Transit (gr. 6 - 8): Chilliwack Corn Maze
Oct
19
6:00 PM18:00

Transit (gr. 6 - 8): Chilliwack Corn Maze

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!

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I Do!
Oct
21
10:00 AM10:00

I Do!

The idea of autonomy is attractive. One of the biggest barriers to belief in God is that we don't want to need anyone. But what if the idea of autonomy is really the illusion of autonomy?

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Eyes on the Road
Oct
28
10:00 AM10:00

Eyes on the Road

People who were not like Jesus liked Jesus, and he liked them back. Since the church is the body of Christ, people should be drawn to Jesus followers. Even if they don’t agree with the message of the church, they should like the church. So, why isn’t that true?

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Dare to Dream - Women's Christmas event
Nov
25
7:00 PM19:00

Dare to Dream - Women's Christmas event

  • 7640 240 Street Langley, BC, V1M 3P9 Canada (map)
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Save the date for our second women's Christmas event on Sunday, Nov. 25.

Hosted at the home of Liz Nielsen, this event will be just what you need to get you into the Christmas spirit! Marites Kliem will be speaking. Invite your friends and family, but do register early as there are limited spots.

Registration will open on Nov. 4. Tickets are $10.

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I Owe Who
Oct
7
10:00 AM10:00

I Owe Who

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!

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I Do
Sep
23
10:00 AM10:00

I Do

The idea of autonomy is attractive. One of the biggest barriers to belief in God is that we don't want to need anyone. But what if the idea of autonomy is really the illusion of autonomy?

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Gods of the No Testament
Sep
16
10:00 AM10:00

Gods of the No Testament

Do you have religious doubts? When your prayers go unanswered, do you wonder if God exists? Does science make God seem unnecessary?

Before you abandon your faith, consider this: What if the god you’re walking away from never existed to begin with?

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For You - Volunteer Training Event
Sep
8
9:30 AM09:30

For You - Volunteer Training Event

  • Fort Langley Evangelical Free Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

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! 

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In the Meantime: Comfort Zone
Aug
26
10:00 AM10:00

In the Meantime: Comfort Zone

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.

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In the Meantime: Believe it or Not
Aug
19
10:00 AM10:00

In the Meantime: Believe it or Not

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.

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Aug
18
9:00 AM09:00

Transit (gr. 6-8): Paintball event

Join us for a fun day of paintball at Delta Force Paintball (14448 224 St., Maple Ridge)! Invite your friends, bring your parents, everyone is welcome! 

Cost is $12.50! Please bring exact change. (The normal admission fee was waived, so the only cost is for coveralls, goggles and 100 paintballs! More paintballs can be purchased.)

RSVP to Janelle Thiessen. Bring a bag lunch & a signed consent form (available on the website).

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In the Meantime: Yes You Can
Aug
12
10:00 AM10:00

In the Meantime: Yes You Can

What do you do when there’s nothing you can do? Relationally, financially, professionally, physically, or academically, It just is what it is. There’s nothing you can do to change your situation. Challenging circumstances can make you jealous or resentful. They can make you angry with God. They can breed discontentment. But the problem with discontentment is that it can drive you in self-destructive directions that will eventually leave you with regret. So, what is the secret of finding contentment even when times are tough?

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In the Meantime: A Purpose and a Promise
Aug
5
10:00 AM10:00

In the Meantime: A Purpose and a Promise

Every once in a while, we run into people stuck in unchangeable, unalterable, in-the-meantime circumstances who get to the place where they’re able and willing to receive their circumstances, their afflictions, their illnesses, their losses, and their disabilities as coming from the hand of their heavenly Father. How do these people maintain extraordinary faith despite extraordinarily difficult circumstances? Where do they find the peace that characterizes their lives

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Transit (gr. 6-8): Lake day!
Jul
29
12:30 PM12:30

Transit (gr. 6-8): Lake day!

If you're going into grades 6 - 8, this fall, come join us on Sunday for an afternoon at Cultus Lake!  Please send towels, SUNSCREEN, hats, a water bottle and a snack or two. 

We'll meet at the Fraser Point Church parking lot at 12:30 and return by 6 p.m.

If you need ride please email Connor (connor@fraserpoint.org).  If you are a parent and are able to drive a car load, let Connor know that as well. 

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In the Meantime: A New Normal
Jul
29
10:00 AM10:00

In the Meantime: A New Normal

What do we do when our circumstances are so challenging there’s no way forward and no way out? We have problems for which there seem to be no solutions. We have questions without answers. During times like these, we’re tempted to run or give up. We’re tempted to give in to jealousy, resentment, and anger . . . especially anger toward God. That’s because when life gets hard, it feels like God is absent, apathetic, or angry. But what if he isn’t? Is it possible to hang on to joy, hope, and patience in the meantime?

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Prepared: Good God?
Jul
22
10:00 AM10:00

Prepared: Good God?

There’s one question about God that elicits the most emotion, but has no emotionally satisfying answer. If God is good, why is there so much suffering in the world? If God were all-powerful, he could eliminate suffering. If God was loving, he would eliminate suffering. So, is he unable or unwilling?

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Prepared: Reliable Witness
Jul
15
10:00 AM10:00

Prepared: Reliable Witness

If you’re a Christian, be prepared to defend your decision to follow Christ. Be prepared to defend your hope or confidence in Christ. You believe that Jesus died for your sins and rose from the grave. That’s amazing! But you don’t have to believe it because the Bible says so. It’s better than that . . . .

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Prepared: Hope on the Ropes
Jul
8
10:00 AM10:00

Prepared: Hope on the Ropes

One of the most frustrating things about being a Christian is when someone asks you a question about what you believe. If you had fifteen minutes of undivided attention, you could answer. But what are you supposed to say in just a few seconds? How do you defend your faith without losing your mind?

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Doubt Not - The N Commandments
Jun
24
10:00 AM10:00

Doubt Not - The N Commandments

Wouldn’t it be great to have a faith with no doubts? But most believers wrestle with doubt at some level. We face circumstances that don’t add up. We see suffering and injustice in the world. Doubt grabs our minds and emotions. We wonder if we’re just making excuses for a God who isn’t really there . . . or isn’t there in the way we assumed.

Jesus commanded: “Doubt not.” But when he said that, he didn’t mean for us to quit feeling doubtful. His command was more practical and life-changing.

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Judge Not - The N Commandments
Jun
17
10:00 AM10:00

Judge Not - The N Commandments

After Jesus’ death and resurrection, his followers couldn’t re-embrace a temple religion. They were left with Jesus’ odd assortment of commandments—impossible to imagine before the resurrection but made possible by the resurrection. These commandments would fuel a movement that changed the world. 

Perhaps the most popular commandment among those who don’t follow Jesus is “judge not.” It’s the one Christians are most often accused of violating. It’s also one of the most misunderstood of Jesus’ commands.

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 Worry Not - The N Commandments
Jun
10
10:00 AM10:00

Worry Not - The N Commandments

The early Christian church was a “resurrection religion”—it was motivated less by a set of rules than by the event of Jesus’ death and resurrection. During his earthly ministry Jesus initiated a New Covenant based on love instead of rules. But that doesn’t mean he threw out the rules. In fact, he passed along an odd assortment of new commandments that sounded unreasonable . . . until he initiated and punctuated this New Covenant by dying on a cross and then rising from dead.

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