• Lest We Forget

    Join us on November 11th at 10:30am at the Aylmer Cenotaph

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  • Youth Sports Night

    Saturdays @ 7:00pm École Trois Portages

  • October 1st - November 12th

    Please bring in your completed shoeboxes no later than Sunday, November 12th.

Sunday Service @ 10:00am

 Our Sunday service is the cornerstone of our ministry.

It is lively, relevant, worshipful, and challenging. It provides a regular weekly opportunity to deepen our relationship with Jesus and each other as we come together as a church family for a time of encouragement, empowering, teaching, prayer and worship.

Sunday School @ 10:00am

There is no such thing as an accidentally healthy, thriving Children's Church. Our children's program for ages 3-7 and 8-12 year olds encourage children to focus on the most important thing in life: a growing relationship with Jesus. We focus on strong Biblical teachings and the fact that we believe that "stronger families make strnger churches".

Bible Study Wednesday's @ 7:00pm

Our mid-week Christian education time aims to equip us as individuals to understand, practice and spread the Word of God. When we ask people to accept Jesus as their Saviour, we need to teach them what it means to be a disciple, follower of Christ.

Returning Wednesday, December 6, 2017

We are currently in a new series on the Book of Romans.

Remembrance Week 2017

The Potter’s Wheel Christian Fellowship

Nov 1, 2017
November 5-11, 2017
Join us at 10:30am on November 11th at the Aylmer Cenotaph

Each year, from November 5 to 11, Canadians join together to celebrate Veterans’ Week - this year is no different. During this week, hundreds of commemorative ceremonies and events will take place across the country to recognize the achievements of our Veterans and honour those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Passchendaele. The service and sacrifice of the Canadians who fought there will never be forgotten.

This Veterans’ Week, take the remembrance challenge. Your challenge is to make remembrance more than something you feel, make it something you do. There are many ways to show that you remember and honour our Veterans:

  • Pin a poppy above your heart.
  • Attend the local Remembrance Day ceremony.
  • Talk to a friend or relative who has just returned home from Afghanistan or who served in other areas of conflict.
  • Listen to Veterans talk about their experiences.
  • Create a mashup and share it on the YouTube Channel.
  • Visit the Veterans Affairs Canada Facebook fan page, write on our wall and share how you remember.
  • Follow Veterans Affairs Canada on Twitter and tweet about how you remember
  • Change your Facebook profile picture to a poppy.
  • Blog, tweet or update your Facebook status about the importance of remembrance.

Above all, we must vow never to forget. However you choose to remember, be sure you tell a friend, a family member or a colleague. Together, it is our duty to pass on the legacy and keep the memories of our Canadian Veterans alive.

This Veterans' Week, how will you remember?

Join Us!!

Mid-Week Bible Study

Mid-week Christian education

Youth Sports Night

Available during the school year (September to June)

Vacation Bible School

Join us during March break and throughout the summer.

Outreaches, Collaborations and Missions

Important aspects of our ministry