This is the website of the Goodlow Evangelical Free Church.
We trust that your visit will be both informative and enjoyable. Should you require additional information please contact Pastor John Marshall.
This Week's Sermon
Christ our HOPE
We offer Sunday school for all ages.
The adult Bible class will be studying the book of Hebrews. This interactive study will be led by two of our elders, Brad Giesbrecht and Craig Luney. Open discussions are encouraged. Your are invited to come and learn along with us. All other classes will follow a Foundations curriculum – examining basic Christian teachings from Creation to Christ.
Statement of Faith
God's gospel originates in and expresses the wondrous perfections of the eternal, triune God.
God's gospel is authoritatively revealed in the Scriptures.
God's gospel alone addresses our deepest need.
God's gospel is made known supremely in the Person of Jesus Christ.
God's gospel is accomplished through the work of Christ.
God's gospel is applied by the power of the Holy Spirit.
God's gospel is now embodied in the new community called the church.
God's gospel compels us to Christ-like living and witness to the world.
God's gospel will be brought to fulfillment by the Lord Himself at the end of this age.
God's gospel requires a response that has eternal consequences.Read More...
Pastor John has served as pastor in several locations across Canada. Prior to coming to Goodlow in 2014, John pastored in 100 Mile House. Between 2004 and 2007, he pastored in Abbotsford, BC (with an addiction recovery ministry). Between 2000 and 2004, John served in Toronto, ON - in a multi-ethnic, inner city church. John and his wife Grace have been happily married for Fifty years. They have three adult children, seven grandchildren and one great-grandson. The Marshalls' proclamation of the Gospel, their discipling and equipping of the body are Christ-centered, spirit-led, passionate and innovative. Their ministry includes preaching and teaching God's word; counseling, Gospel music, puppetry and ventriloquism.