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George Sweeting, in his book The No-Guilt Guide to Witnessing, tells of a man by the name of John Currier who, in 1949, was found guilty of murder and sentenced to life in prison. Later, he was transferred and paroled to work on a farm near Nashville, Tennessee. In 1968, Currier’s sentence was terminated and a letter bearing the good news was sent to him. But John never saw the letter, nor was he told anything about it. Life on the farm was hard, and without promise for the future. Yet, John kept doing what he was told even after the farmer for whom he worked had died. Ten years went by. Then a state parole officer learned about Currier’s plight, found him, and told him that his sentence had been terminated. He had been a free man all those years.

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But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts: and be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear.  -1 Peter 3:15.

Jeremiah is the pastor of Cambrian Heights Baptist Church. He graduated from the Canadian Southern Baptist Seminary with a Master’s in Divinity. Though his roots are in the southern United States, he and his family have been delighted to call Alberta home for the past 10 years. During that time, he attended seminary and pastored a congregation for seven years in Northern Alberta. Jeremiah has been blessed to call Mindy his wife for the past 15 years and has been gifted with three wonderful children, Sydnee 19, Abigale 14, and Tanner 12. Jeremiah enjoy playing sports, board games, watching the Green Bay Packers, reading, and just hanging out with family and friends.

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My journey in Christian ministry began full time in 2012. However, I began my journey into youth ministry eight months ago. God is using this time in my life to help me lead young followers of Christ in their journeys. Along the way, God is using them to speak profound, yet simple, truths into my life! There are a multitude of things that go into youth ministry that seminary or growing up in a youth group never prepare you for.

One of those tasks that you never think of is that of choosing material in which to study for small group or for the Bible study on Sunday morning. After completing a small video series, I asked the college/young adult class what they wanted to study moving into the future. The inevitable group response……Revelation.

Our Values

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Cambrian Heights Baptist Church desires to see lives Transformed through Jesus Christ by being a community that:
- Seeks Jesus wholeheartedly
- Walks through the ups and downs of life together
- Server sacrificially others around us.

Our Beliefs

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Being a part of the Canadian National Baptist Convention (CNBC), Cambrian Heights Baptist Church is in full agreement with the beliefs of the CNBC.
- God
- Human Condition
- Jesus
- Salvation
- The Church
- Holy Spirit
- The Bible

Our History

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Cambrian Heights Baptist Church was first conceived by members of Westbourne Baptist Church, a Regular Baptist Affiliate, located near the Stampede Grounds because the members were investigating a new and different way to promote Missions. They considered how other churches supported Missionaries and were interested in the Southern Baptist Convention that used the Cooperative Program as its outreach.

Service Times

  • Life Groups - Sunday 9:30 AM
  • Worship Service - Sunday 10:45 AM
  • Midweek Activities - Wednesday 7:00 PM
  • Youth Small Group - Friday 7:00 PM

Our Location

  • 240 Cardiff Dr NW, Calgary, AB
  • P: (403) 289-9861
  • E: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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