Fellowship Groups

Men’s Breakfast Group

Meets every second Saturday at 8:30 am at Houston Pizza, 1126 Albert St. for food, fun and fellowship. Conversation includes faith, sports and what’s happening in our community and the world at large.   All men are welcome.

Silver Threads

A 50 + group that meets the third Saturday of the month (September to June). Gatherings take place at the church or within Regina.

Different activities are planned for each month and include lunch ( ie Classic Buffet), tours (ie Regina Floral Conservatory, Government House, videos and presentations.

Joy Circle

The JOY Circle meets together for Bible study and fellowship in each other’s home on a monthly basis. We participate in the prayer ministry of CLC and we continue the Nursery Roll ministry. The parents of every infant received into Holy Baptism at CLC receives four letters that over 3-4 years acknowledge the sacrament, encourage the parents to celebrate the child's baptismal birthday, bring the child to church / Sunday School, pray for the child and grow in faith as a family.  Each older individual who is received into Holy Baptism receives a letter acknowledging the sacrament and encouraging growth in faith.

Education Opportunities

Bible Study

Participants do daily readings and reflection with guidance from the course (ie Disciple Bible Study, Covenant Bible Study) workbook. The group meets weekly to discuss the week’s readings and how the messages contained within pertain to their lives as Christians. Groups are held on Wednesday mornings and Thursday evenings and are led by one of the pastors.

Enlighten Time

Educational sessions held between services (10:10 am to 10:50 am) in the Fellowship Hall from September through to May. Sessions cover a vast array of topics including theology, health, computers, religion, astronomy and more. Presentations are given by Pastor Dennis, parishioners, health care professionals, professors and other members in the community.

Intergenerational Events

Activities that encourage the participation of people of a variety of ages from grandchildren to parents and grandparents as well as singles and married couples. The activities take place two or three times a year with each event being different. They are a great opportunity for people of all ages to gather together for fun and fellowship. Past activities have included bowling and visiting the Last Mountain Lake Bird Observatory.