Here are a few Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What kind of Church is Living Faith?
Living Faith is local church that welcomes and celebrates Christians from many different traditions and backgrounds. Many of our members are residents of Legacy Retirement Residence, but we welcome Believers of any age to come and worship with us. We are a community of everyday people, called into a fellowship that is designed to promote real and Christ-centered change.
We are "rooted" in ancient truths and we make them "relevant" to today's world. Through worship, we are bridging the experience of ancient peoples with post-modern ones, in hope that we might worship the same God who stands beyond time and space.
Living Faith is an Anglican expression of Christianity, which means that we honor the Holy Scriptures as the Word of God. We also use the sacraments as God's time-honored way of revealing Himself.
Can anyone attend services?
Yes, even though many of our members are residents of Legacy Retirement Residence, we welcome Believers of any age to come and worship with us. We are a community of everyday people, called into a fellowship that is designed to promote real and Christ-centered change.
Do you have communion in your Sunday service?
Yes, we celebrate the Lord's death, burial and resurrection with the sacrament of communion each Sunday. All believers are welcome to participate.
Does the pastor wear robes in your Sunday service?
No, we are not that formal in our service. Although we have Anglican roots, we are a less formal community church. We dress so that everyone is comfortable.
Do you have a huge pipe organ in your Sunday service?
No, we do not. We have a wonderful pianist who accompanies us when we sing. If, however, you really want to hear an amazing pipe organ we can direct you to the largest Wurlitzer pipe organ in the world located in a well-known nearby pizza restaurant.
Do you have Sunday School or a Nursery during your Sunday service?
No, we do not. Children of all ages are welcome in our Sunday service. Many of the residents here at Legacy have children and grandchildren that visit them and occasionally attend the Sunday service, so your children should feel right at home in our service.