About Us
City Centre is a multi-cultural family of believers from many countries around the world.  Our congregation includes all ages and backgrounds and truly represents the community in which we serve. We have a broad range of programs and there’s definitely something for everyone! No matter what stage you are at in life or on your spiritual journey, you are welcome here!

To be a Spirit-filled and unified church family who are working together to reach others with the Gospel of Jesus Christ and build believers on the foundation of God’s Word.
To make disciples of all nations (Matthew 28:18-20)

20/20 VISION
Our City Centre community is focusing on the BIG 3 in 2020. Join us and live life in Community!
The image to the right is available in a magnet to use as a reminder at home. Drop by the Welcome Centre to pick up one for your home.
Blessings for 2020!
If you would like to hear the full sermon regarding the 20/20 Vision, please see the January 5, 2020 Sermon preached by Pastor Deric.


These are the habits all believers should have in their lives and at City Centre we want to help you develop these habits as you grow in your faith.
God Time:
Time spent daily alone in fellowship with God
Gather Time:
Time spent weekly gathering in worship with my church
Grow Time:
Time spent consistently growing in community with a small group 
Give Time:
Time spent regularly using my gifts to serve others 
Go Time:
Time spent faithfully sharing my hope in Jesus
The Principles that Connect Our Habits:
Christian Living as the Church
Text: 1 Peter 2:9-12
1.   Our Identity: Who we are in Christ
       ~ Chosen
       ~ Royal
       ~ Holy
       ~ Treasured Possessions
      Identity connects our knowing God (God Time) to

      worshiping God (Gather Time)

2.   Our Character: Who we become in Christ
       ~ Abstain
       ~ Wage War
       ~ Our Conduct
       ~ Spoken Against
      Character connects our worshiping (Gather Time) and
      growing (Grow Time)   
3.   Our Relationship: Who we are together
       ~ a Chosen Race
       ~ a Royal Priesthood
       ~ a Holy Nation
       ~ a people of His own Possession
      Relationship connects our growing (Grow Time) to serving

      (Go Time) 

4.   Our Mission: What we do with Christ
       ~ Proclaim
       ~ Sojourners
       ~ Exiles
       ~ See Your Good Deeds
      Mission connects serving to reaching the lost (Go Time)
If you would like to hear the full sermon regarding these  Connectors, please search for “The Principles that Connect our Priorities”. This sermon was preached by Pastor Max as part of the Series “Jesus is Lord of All”.
Are you interested in learning more about the concepts behind the 5 Habits?
Pastor Deric and Pastor Max preached a number of sermons that explain the principles in the 5 Habits chart.
The 2017 sermon series Jesus is Lord of All provides more background that will help fill in some of the details of the chart. The Sermons in that series are as follows:
Following Jesus As Lord-Sep 10
Lord of my Daily Life-Sep 10
The Principles that Connect our Priorities-Oct 1
Gather Time-Oct 8
Grow Time-Oct 15
Building Believers by the Book-Oct 22
Ambassadors of Jesus Christ-Oct 29
Drop by our YouTube Channel and go to our 20/20 Vision Playlist for all of the above videos contained in one simple playlist. Or go to our Sermons Page of the Website please Search for “Jesus is Lord of All” or go to page 11 or more of the Library of Sermons (as of May 2020).


We are affiliated with the Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches in Canada or as it is affectionately known to it’s members “The Fellowship”. We are part of the FEB Central Region. We also are affiliated with the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada (EFC) and are members of the Canadian Council of Christian Charities.


Steve Jones, the President of The Fellowship (of Evangelical Baptist Churches in Canada) has issued this summer’s Religious Freedoms Watch in Canada. This edition provide views on Death, Gender Rights, and Abortion Are Evolving in Canada.
This edition includes looking at  Angus Reid findings on Canadian’s current feelings about social issues and the EFC’s initial findings on recent church adnd faith trends polling in Canada.
Please have a read through this important report and discover the views of leaders within out denomination.


The Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches in Canada have provided its churches with a Halo Impact Report for Autumn 2019.
A Halo Study asks the question “If the Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches ceased to exist, what would it cost Canadian society to replace the programs and services these congregations provide to the wide community?”.
Please have a read through this important report and discover the “halo effect” of a congregation and their value to their local city hall and community.