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Upcoming Events in Surrey:

Date/Time Event
17/11/2017 - 19/11/2017
All Day
Living Free Conference
Pacific Community Church, Surrey
9:00 am - 9:00 pm
The Exchange a Young Adult Conference
Calvary Worship Center, Surrey
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Jazz Vespers
Northwood United Church, Surrey
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White Rock + Surrey 2 – snapshots of faith

BY PETER BIGGS [See Other Cities snapshots of faith- incl. SURREY 1]   TABLE of CONTENTS (click below to go to:) THE VILLAGE CHURCH – (includes interview with Lead Pastor Mark Clark) Introduction & background Two cities – one community Penninsular Pastors Network Surrey Pastors Fellowship Going to the Mayor Catholic presence A Rocha Youth […]


The Problem of God: answering skeptics’ challenges to Christianity by Mark Clark

by Dan Rutherford Our increasingly secular culture has moved faith to the margins of life. Mark Clark writes from the context of a very secular part of our culture where the percentage of those who attend church has plummeted and those who declare they have ‘no religion’ has sky-rocketed.   It is in this context […]


Getting free from addiction starts with connection

by Keri Vermeulen background In Surrey’s downtown core, in the Whalley area is a community of people who exist along one block of road, a piece of 135a Street. Most days, the number of residents on the block are just over 100 people, and while their population is small, the attention given them in the […]


Surrey – snapshots of faith 1

by PETER BIGGS  [See Other Cities – snapshots of faith – Incl. SURREY 2] TABLE of CONTENTS (click to go to): • Background     • Whalley’s STRIP     • Refugees     • Cloverdale Pastors Surge     • Church leaders meet Mayor     • Seniors     • Friendship with Sikhs […]


Building community, transforming lives

by Adrian Prasad David Morgan, pastor of the newly founded church plant, Eden Whalley, calls Whalley “Greater Vancouver’s forgotten child.” The City of Surrey has worked hard in the last few years to create a new image for its infamous town center by building the new city hall and beautiful apartments within Whalley’s core. Though […]


Blackwood Brothers coming to Surrey

by Alan Phillips   The Blackwood Brothers 83-year ministry is undoubtedly the greatest example of pioneering Gospel groups and they are certified legendary figures of the historical American fabric. In the midst of the great depression in 1934 the quartet was formed by preacher Roy Blackwood, with brothers Doyle and James, and Roy’s son R.W. […]


A close knit community

by Lilianne Fuller   What began as a simple knitting group among friends has blossomed into something very special with a group of women who are literally knitting themselves into the fabric of their local community, and around the world. The women, some of whom live at The Emerald at Elim Village, gather regularly to […]


Sisters Thrift Boutique

by Keri Vermeulen Sisters Thrift Boutique is celebrating their first anniversary at the new Guildford location this month. The trendy ladies’ fashion store is more than a collection of hip designer clothing at unbeatable prices. The store is also about care and friendship among all women, at different stages in life, coming together in true […]


Getting back to our roots

by Marion Van Driel British Columbians are the healthiest residents in Canada, and rank third in the world. So it seems natural that farmer’s markets abound throughout the province. And summer is the time to visit them, to gather up fresh, fabulous fruits, vegetables and meats for simple meals or gourmet feasts. A few generations […]


Kids take over at The Valley Stream

The DJs at the new Valley Stream online radio station shared the mic with 35 kids over 21 episodes, airing across the music channels from 5 – 7 pm on weekdays throughout the entire month of May. The kids ranged in age from seven years old to 17 years old, from Langley, Aldergrove, Abbotsford, Mission […]