Thursday, February 07, 2019

Sunday Morning Preview - February 10, 2019

This Saturday our “Read Through the New Testament in a Day” is taking place at 230 Provencher beginning at 7am. In order to facilitate focus and cut down on distractions, the event is open to readers only. 

On Sunday morning we will share Communion together and conclude our message from Matthew 4 on the temptation in the wilderness. 

I hope you will all join me!

Pastor Dan Cormie

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Sunday Morning Preview - February 3, 2019

I trust everyone is bundling up and taking time to get outside to enjoy the harsh bite and stunning beauty of this Winnipeg winter! (#testyourmettle) While you are out and about, allow me to encourage you to take in some (or all) of the exhibits and plenary sessions being offered at Missionfest this year.  
The 2019 Missionfest Schedule is available here:

At DCC on Sunday morning I will be continuing in Matthew 4 with more on the temptation of Jesus. Hope to see you all. 

Pastor Dan Cormie

Thursday, January 24, 2019

Sunday Morning Preview - January 27, 2019

Please join us this Sunday morning for our annual business meeting chaired by Board Treasurer Brad Lutz. We will review the financial report for 2018 and discuss the proposed 2019 budget, followed by questions and answers.  The business meeting is usually fairly short, leaving us with plenty of time to continue our sermon series in the Gospel of Matthew:

Immediately after His identification with us in baptism, Jesus is led by the Holy Spirit into the wilderness to be exposed to Satan's temptations.  Where Adam failed, Jesus must now succeed!

In a message entitled 40 Days & Nights, we will examine the reality of the spiritual realm, the war that rages within it, and the peril faced by those who ignore it.

Pastor Dan Cormie

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Sunday Morning Preview - January 20, 2019

Please join us at DCC this Sunday morning for what is sure to be a wonderful time in fellowship and in the Word of God.

The morning gets underway at 9:45 with pre-service prayer and then coffee time.

The service begins at 10:30 with our usual time of worship and fellowship, and then Pastor Dan van de Laar will be continuing his current sermon series entitled; A Study Through the Epistle of Hebrews.

If you’ve missed any of the earlier messages in the series they are available on our website at

Hope to see you all there! 

Thursday, December 27, 2018

Sunday Morning Preview - December 30, 2018

In 1 Peter 4-5 the apostle is writing to young believers who are struggling as they face harsh persecution. Along with a call for humility, submission, and sober-mindedness Peter cautions them that their “adversary the devil prowls around like a roaring lion, seeking someone to devour”.

Most of us might prefer to file this admonition under “superstitions from a bygone age” - the unfortunate reality we soon discover, however, is that the world, the flesh, and [yes] the devil, repeatedly and too often successfully conspire to frustrate our every advancement in faith.

Please join me this Sunday morning for insight on this topic from Ezra chapter 4 in a message entitled “Enemy Strategies”. 

Pastor Dan C.

Sunday, December 23, 2018

Christmas Eve Reminder 2018

Merry Christmas All,

Just a quick note to remind everyone about our Christmas Eve Service.

We will share Communion, sing some Carols, feed on the Word and enjoy some Seasonal Goodies and sweet fellowship.

 Service will begin at 5:30pm - 230 Provencher Blvd. 

Thursday, December 20, 2018

Sunday Morning Preview - December 23, 2018

This Sunday is the last one before the big event. The great celebration of the newborn King is at hand. The One who is our hope fulfilled, the One whose punishment buys our peace, the King whose joy is our strength; we mark the advent … His coming… soon.

During this season we try to put ourselves into the shoes of those on the other side, before  Christianity, before the life, death, and resurrection of our Lord. The idea is to keep what God did, this event of bursting into humanity to rescue us, to keep that from becoming something less, something routine, something boring, something to be … endured? May it never be.

Please join me this Sunday morning for “Glory to the New Born King”.

Pastor Dan C.