• Transforming Lives
    Restoring Hope
    Transforming Lives. Jesus tells us in John 17:17 that God’s truth leads to transformation. His Word
    that leads us through the process of sanctification, which is a fancy, theological word for being made
    more like Jesus. Sanctification is change. Lasting change. Let God's word transform your heart.
  • Put Your Faith
    Into Action
    Put your faith into action today and let your actions be fueled by your faith. Some people may well think that being a Christian just means professing a faith in Jesus,but Jesus clearly said
    'Follow me'. Sometimes, that means literally dropping everything like those first disciples, and doing what we feel called by God to do. It can feel risky, but often exciting and God sustains
    us through the changes that are necessary.
  • total surrender
    to God
    The first step in overcoming any kind of situation that holds me in bondage in my thoughts,
    mind, body and spirit is to surrender it to God


Transforming Lives, Restoring Hope • The time is now!

November 5, 2017 8:00 pm

About The Church

Our Community

The Christian journey is about more than simply worship or serving others – it’s about growing in our relationship with Christ and with each other. We laugh, we learn, we live in community as a people of faith; and there is always an opportunity for you to strengthen your faith and commitment to Jesus Christ. Here on this website you will find links to activities throughout the week to help you get connected to the faith community, and to God..

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Church Mission

This will be the mission statement of Pine Avenue United Church.

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Participate With Us

Come join us here at Pine Avenue Unted Church. Come hear God's word. You'll be glad you came.      

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How God Communicates Truth

When we first become Christians, the biggest question is, now what? What should I expect? Where should I go? Who do I ask? What should I believe? What do I do? Who do I trust? Who has the final say? We look for sources of authority to guide and direct our lives, and we have all kinds of options (Moms and Dads, if you will). And you know what? These options will not always agree. So where do you go for authority in your Christian walk?

As a Christian disciple, you must build a respect for all the authorities that God has given. Yes, God is the ultimate authority in your life, but the ultimate way in which God has chosen to communicate this authority is through the Scriptures. This is why as a Christian you must read, meditate on, and study the Bible as often as you are able (more on this later). It is indispensable for Christian discipleship.