Special Notice

Worship During The Pandemic

Power of Love Ministry continues to support the provincial fight against COVID-19. In an effort to maintain limited attendance numbers, a number of worship options are now possible, including drive in and online services. Please scroll down for details on each of these, and to complete our in person screening questionnaire.

We urge you to remain steadfast in your personal efforts to slow the spread of the virus. Self-isolate if you feel ill, and at all times use enhanced hygiene practices. While we adapt to this new phase in our lives with the coronavirus as an ever-present threat, please continue to pray for the health and safety of your loved ones, your extended church family and the rest of the world.

May the Lord bless you and cover you with His Precious Blood.

With love,

Bishop Dr. Daphne Shand

New Ways To Worship

Tap each of the boxes to read the details on its flipside.

In Person

Services at 11am & 2pm. Masks required, max of 10 guests.

Please attend indoor service wearing your own mask.  Disposable masks are available for a small donation of $1. Children may not attend at this time.

Drive In

Enjoy service from the comfort of your vehicle at 11am & 2pm.

If you'd like to attend service in person but we've already reached our permitted limit, we invite you to worship with us via Drive In service in our parking lot.


Our services are live streamed at 12:00pm and 2:00pm.

Can't be with us in person? Worship with us online via Facebook Live each Sunday at 12pm and 2pm.

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Joining Us In Person?

If you’re interested in attending indoor service, please complete the screening questionnaire below. Please note; a maximum of 10 guests is permitted. Should we reach our allotted number of attendees, we’ll notify you so that you might be able to take advantage of our other Worship options that Sunday. In addition, when you arrive, please expect to be screened once more in order to be permitted inside the church.

Did You Answer Yes?

• If you're feeling unwell, stay at home, conduct a self-assessment for COVID-19, and get tested.
• Contact us via email or phone so that we may support you further.