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Welcome to Grace Communion International - Canada

Grace Communion International Canada is a member of the Grace Communion International (GCI) denomination.

For more information and resource material about GCI and our beliefs, visit our international denominational


Welcome to the Grace Communion International Canada website. We invite you to explore who we are as a Christian fellowship following the lead of the Holy Spirit. 

The resources and links on this website are designed to tell the story about our journey with Jesus. As a church we encourage our members to be his hands and feet in the communities where we live. You are also welcome to visit any of the congregations listed under the congregation tab at the top of this page. 


Saskatoon Office Hours:

9AM - 4PM Tuesday-Thursday Saskatchewan Time


Coronavirus Update

Because of the Coronavirus, all church services of Grace Communion International Canada have been cancelled until further notice, starting Sunday March 15, 2020

Those wishing to donate to their local congregations during this quarantine period can simply mail in their donations to our national office (you can print out and mail this form)  call our office with your credit card information, or use the DONATE button in the right hand corner of this page. The address and phone number are listed below. 

Bill Hall

Canadian Director

To Our Valued Donors 

From time to time we solicit donations for a specific project, such as our International Missions fund. All donations collected for these special fund (or restricted) accounts will first be spent for that purpose. However, if we receive donations in excess of the need of that project, we will use excess donations to pay the general expenses of the church.

Important Notice To Refugee Claimants:

For Sponsorship Information with Grace Communion International Canada congregations, please send all requests to the following email:


GCI News


September-October 2020 Letter from Bill Hall


September-October 2020 Dear Brothers and Sisters in Jesus, It is hard to believe as we enter the fall season that it has been 6 months since we moved regular in-person church services to an online platform. I don’t know about you, but I am …


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One to One



October 2, 2020

Tell me the old, old stories

 Psalms were the backbone of the Old Testament hymnal, sung, written and preserved by great family guilds of temple musicians. The ancestor of one such family guild was “Asaph,” son of the Levite Berachiah, and a lead singer in King David’s court. It was descendants of this Asaph who sang (and maybe wrote) several Psalms, including Psalm 78, which probably took a long time to sing and memorize, because in our Bibles it has seventy-two verses.







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Online Sermon

Due to the Coronavirus Crisis, Grace Communion International has hosted some live on-line National Sunday Service. 

Here are the recordings of these services:

March 22, 2020 Sermon Bill Hall

March 28, 2020 Sermon Bill Rabey

April 5, 2020 Sermon Fraser Henderson

April 19, 2020 Sermon Frank Gough

April 26, 2020 Sermon Alvaro Palacio

May 5, 2020 Sermon Kathleen Horwood

May 10, 2020 Sermon Trevor Cherry

May 17, 2020 Sermon Craig Minke

May 24, 2020 Sermon Bob Millman

May 31, 2020 Pentecost Sermon Bill Hall

June 7, 2020 Trinity Sunday Sermon Colin Lauchlin

June 14, 2020 David Sheridan

June 21, 2020 Leo Van Pelt

June 28, 2020 Stephen Posiak

August 23, 2020 Greg Williams

November 29, 2020 Michael Rasmussen

February 28, 2021 Bill Hall

May 2, 2021 Robert McKinney



List of Sermons

Sermon Videos

Here is a selection of online video sermons on YouTube

GCI Montreal (English)

Grace Christian Fellowship

Moncton Grace Communion International

Harvest Christian Fellowship

New Life Christian Fellowship

Pathway Community Church Regina



Northern Light Digest

Northern Light Digest

LATEST NORTHERN LIGHT DIGEST: March 2020: Grief and Resurrection

On the same day I started
writing this article I
received news that my
brother-in-law had six to
eight weeks to live. He’s
57 and dying from cancer-
laden brain tumours.
A half century ago I was
racing him around in a
wheelbarrow, and he
was putting ice down my
back when I was asleep
on his parents’ couch. He
was the little brother I
never had, a kindred
spirit, full of mischief and


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