Welcome to Sherwood Park Alliance. We're looking forward to meeting you! Whoever you are, wherever you're coming from, and whatever your faith journey looks like - we're confident that Sherwood Park Alliance could be your home church.
We have something for all walks of life where you are invited into a place of deep community, where you can be known, loved, and encouraged to grow in your walk with Jesus.
We believe that actively serving not only brings us closer to God but reminds us to love others as he does. Through serving, you'll use the unique ways that God has gifted you to help create welcoming environments where he can change lives.
At Sherwood Park Alliance, we want to make it easy for you to learn and grown in your understanding of Jesus.
June 2023 - August 2023
This summer, we bridge the distant ‘back then’ with the not-so-sacred ‘now’ through a study of some of the Bible’s bit players – seemingly insignificant men and women who really aren’t so different from us.
These obscure characters confront, comfort, and inspire.
One of the lesser-known Judas' provides a lesson for us on the power of faithfulness.
A young king reminds us of the potential of the next generation and leads us to reflect on the influential nature of our own actions.
A pagan seer for hire, a terrified king, and a talking donkey all point toward God’s promises being fulfilled. When God promises blessings, He always follows through.
The seemingly small Kingdom contributions can sometimes make the biggest difference.
The people who missed Tabitha when she died say a lot about how she lived…a life of service to the poor.
Lydia is one of several ‘nobodies’ who encounter Jesus in Acts 16. Their stories remind us that the gospel of Jesus brings people together who otherwise would never be brought together.
A dad’s heart breaks for his dying little girl. Jesus responds with reassurance: ‘Don’t be afraid; just believe.’ Might you need assurance like that?
The infrastructure within many societies has not been good at supporting or empowering women. When change happens, it’s often the result of women's hard work and courage to make things right.
Join us online in person Saturdays at 6 pm and Sundays at 10 am. Or worship live with us online at 10 am.