Fraser Point's second women's Christmas event is happening on Sunday, Nov. 25.
Hosted at the beautiful home of Liz Nielsen, this event will be just what you need to get you into the Christmas spirit! Our main speaker Marites Kliem will be sharing personal stories and daring us to dream big at this engaging event! Invite your friends and family and register early as there are limited spots.
Tickets are $10 and the money can be paid to Val Thiessen at church.
This Friday night (not Thursday!) event will be at the Chilliwack Corn Maze. Bring your signed consent form (sent from Janelle Thiessen via email) or sign one when you drop your child off.
We will meet in the north east corner of the Colossus Movie Theatre parking lot (20090 91A Ave, Langley, BC). We will have our tall, white InsideOut/Transit flags set up. Please contact Orin if you have any complications: 778-873-2550.
Bring $10 cash and wear boots!
This Sunday is Thanksgiving, and we're pausing our current series, Who Needs God, to hear lead pastor Tyson Kliem's message, I Owe Who.
Tyson will be speaking on gratitude. It's not just an emotion. It's not enough to feel grateful. Gratitude is relational. You have to express it.
You don't want to miss this special service! Join us at 10 a.m., and bring a friend!
It’s a regular Transit night, which means crazy games, loud music, a great talk and small group time. It’s going to be great!
At 8 p.m., we’re inviting parents to join us for a vision cast, to learn what Transit is all about and how YOU can partner with us in making it a success.
Whether you're a long term volunteer, brand new to a service team, or just curious to find out more about Fraser Point, this event will encourage, equip and inspire you.
Join us at 9:30 a.m. for a continental breakfast, a main session with lead pastor, Tyson Kliem, followed by strategic service breakouts. Even if you're not currently serving, we'd still love to have you!
When we’re in the midst of pain and suffering, it can feel like we’ll never be happy again, nothing good can come from our circumstances, and there’s no reason to continue living. But those are lies. God can redeem, use, and work through our pain. And when he does, we eventually have the opportunity to comfort others. There is a “Fellowship of Suffering.” People who’ve suffered are uniquely equipped and qualified to comfort people who are suffering.
Jesus told his followers that unavoidable trials aren’t aberrations; they are expectations. They can actually serve a beneficial purpose. Why? Because God can redeem, use, or work through the undeserved, unavoidable, circumstantial trials in our lives. But in order for that to happen, we have to believe and persevere.