Interested in joining us, or looking for more information? Get in touch with Josh Bondoc, our pastoral intern who is leading Young Adults this year: [email protected]
"Young Adults" are what we call our Grade 7-12s. We want to encourage them to rise above a culture of low expectations and… Read More
The word “gospel” means “good news.” Here at EBC, we delight to know and share this best news in the world, a message which can be understood in four parts:
The gospel—the good news—begins with the message that God is our creator and has made everything, including us, for His glory.
You and I have chosen to sin against God by rebelling against Him and worshipping the things God has made more than God Himself. Our sin has earned God’s judgement. We experience God’s judgement in so much of the brokenness and dysfunction we experience in our world today, and, apart from God’s mercy, we will experience His wrath fully when Jesus returns to judge the living and the dead.
God is full of love, and He has provided a way for His justice to be satisfied and for His mercy to flow to us. He sent His only son, Jesus Christ, who lived a perfect life and died on the cross in our place. In His death, Jesus took the punishment of our sins upon Himself and satisfied God’s justice fully. Three days later, He rose from the dead, conquering death itself, securing for us the reality of eternal life, and ruling as king over all things.
There is nothing we can do to earn this salvation. Jesus earned it for us, freely paying for it all in our place, and God offers it to us as a free gift. All we “do” is let go of our idols and treasured sins, and reach up to receive this gift with empty hands, trusting in Jesus and all that He has done. The Bible calls this response “repentance” and “faith,” and it is a work of God in our hearts. Because Jesus is king, and because He sends His Holy Spirit to fill and empower His people, trusting in Him will always result in a transformed life.
If you have never trusted Jesus,… Read More
"Be watchful, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong."(1 Corinthians 16:13)
As men at EBC, we are always looking for ways to help each other be the kind of men that God calls us to be. One way we do this is Men's Breakfasts. On the first Saturday of each month,… Read More
Our new online giving system lets you use your credit card to make recurring or one-time gifts. Click here to give now.
Other ways to give: Text a dollar amount to 84321 (there will be a simple registration process the first time you use this). Send… Read More
Emmanuel Baptist Church is a family, a family that's active every day all over the town of Nipawin- meeting together, praying for each other, studying the Bible together, encouraging and serving one another. You can find out information about some of our specific gatherings and programs here: Sunday Mornings Small Groups Awana Kids Club Men's… Read More
Welcome to Emmanuel Baptist Church! We're located in Nipawin, SK, at Tyndall Ave & 3rd St N. Our Sunday morning service starts at 10:30 am, but you can come any time after 9:30 for a warm cup of coffee and some good conversation. "Emmanuel" means "God with us," and we really believe that this is… Read More
We believe in… 1. THE WORD OF GODWe believe that the Bible is the Word of God, fully inspired and without doctrinal, historical, or factual error in the original manuscripts, written under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, and that it has supreme authority in all matters of faith and conduct. 2. THE TRINITYWe believe…
Pastor Chris Hutchison moved to Nipawin with his wife and kids in the fall of 2017. Before coming to EBC, he had served in a number of ministries, including five years as an associate pastor. To connect with Pastor Chris, you can call the church office Tuesday-Thursday, or send him a note anytime at [email protected]… Read More
Our Awana clubs are for kids from Kindergarten to Grade 6. We enjoy games, Bible memorization, Bible stories & songs, awards, dress-up nights, and lots of opportunities to have fun, all with the big goal of discipling children to Jesus Christ. This year, our K-Gr. 2 group (Sparks) will meet on Tuesdays from 6:30-8:00, and the… Read More
COVID-19 Updates Click here to see what looks different (and what's the same) with our Sunday mornings these days. Our main gathering as a church family happens each Sunday morning, and you're invited to join us. Our worship service begins at 10:30 am, and includes singing, prayer, and a message from God's word. [su_button url="https://ebcnipawin.ca/sermons/" style="flat"… Read More
“And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near.” (Hebrews 10:24-25)
Church is so much more than a Sunday morning… Read More