Community News


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Our monthly newsletter will keep you up to date on all our special events, and the many ways we can serve God and our neighbors as we journey through this life together. If you would like more information about any of these opportunities, please contact the church office.   




Holy Week Schedule

The season of Lent is almost finished and soon we will celebrate the victory of the Resurrection. Holy Week begins with Palm Sunday on April 2.  Following our worship service that day, all families with children are invited to Gwynne Vaughan Park on Fairfield Island for Kids' Club in the Park. There will be a hot dog lunch, games, crafts, an Easter lesson ... and an Easter egg hunt!  

On Maundy (Holy) Thursday, April 6 we will have a Communion Service and on Good Friday, April 7 we will gather for a traditional Service of Darkness at 7:00 pm.  Easter Sunday will begin with a breakfast, by donation, at 9:00 am followed by our worship celebration at 10:00 am. 

GriefShare - Tuesdays at 6:30 pm

It may be hard for you to feel optimistic about the future right now. If you’ve lost a spouse, child, family member, or friend, you’ve probably found there are not many people who understand the deep hurt you feel. This can be a confusing time when you feel isolated and have many questions about things you’ve never faced before.

A GriefShare group provides support for this journey through a 13-week seminar. All sessions are "self contained" so you can begin attending a GriefShare group at any time. If you are dealing with grief in your life please reach out to us at or by phoning Wayne or Cindy at 604-795-1956.

We invite you to also click on the GriefShare picture to the left and hear more about this program from someone who benefitted from the information and support provided by Grief Share. This program is open to all members of the community. You are not alone.    

Support for Ukraine

There are several ways to support the people of Ukraine during this difficult and dangerous time. First, and most important, is prayer. Then we are called on to provide practical help as we are able. 

Lutheran Church-Canada has established a fund to assist the Pastors and People of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Ukraine. You can learn more about this fund, including how to donate online at this link.

 Also, Canadian Lutheran World Relief has established an emergency fund to meet the physical needs of those being displaced by the invasion. You can support this effort at this link:!/donation/checkout

Thank you for your financial support

These are financially challenging times for many individuals and organizations, including churches. We have appreciated all those who have continued to support the work of this congregation through difficult times. There are several ways to contribute:

  • Etransfer your gift to  You may designate some of your offering for special projects by indicating your wishes in the Message section of the transfer screen. We are set up for auto deposit so you will not need to provide us with a password. If this is your first gift to us, and you would like a charitable receipt, please include your full name and mailing address in the Message section of the transfer.
  • Mail cheques to the church at 8871 School St. Chilliwack, BC  V2P 4L5. Please do not send cash through the mail. 
  • Put your cash or cheques in an envelope and put through the mail slot at the front door of the church. The gates are open so you may access the building from 10 am-2 pm Tuesday to Thursday. Please include your full name, and your mailing address if this is your first gift to us.


Please pray for ... 

  • Lutheran Bible Translators Mike and Kara Kuhn and their children in the mission field in Cameroon.
  • Pastors, missionaries and teachers who are still working tirelessly to bring the Word of God to a world that is broken and afraid.
  • The end to violence and war in Ukraine