Welcome to Skyview Community Church
At Skyview you will find that friendship with God and others matters most. We are profoundly shaped by the gracious love of God and view ourselves as partners with God in experiencing His love and sharing it with others. Read more »
Skyivew is building! Read more about our
Building Campaign on www.ourskyviewhome.ca
Volunteers needed to help us with landscaping at the property
Work will include laying down sod and mulch. No experience needed! We plan to be doing this work the last week of June and the first week of July. Work can be done during the day as well as in the early evening and on weekends. If you are interested, please sign up at the info table or speak to Hubert Howe!
We also need volunteers to help us move moving furniture from the office & storage space into the facility on Thursday, June 26th, pending approval from our inspector. If you can help, please sign up at the info table and we will confirm with you directly!
Please join us on June 24, 2018 as we celebrate our high school graduates
We will have a time of blessing and celebration at 1pm in the hall at Westbourne Place (877 – 64th Avenue NW). A light potluck lunch will be shared. People with last names beginning with the letters A thru M please bring sandwiches; people with last names beginning with the letters N thru Z please bring a fruit or vegetable tray. Everyone is invited to come, fellowship and honor these young people at this very exciting milestone in their lives.
SKYVIEW PICNIC IN THE PARK
On Sunday morning July 1st, we will be gathering for a picnic in the park during our normal meeting time. Weather permitting this gathering will take place starting at 11:00 AM at Shouldice Park located at 4900 Monserrat Dr. N.W. Calgary.
We will be providing hotdogs. Please bring along chips, fruit or veggie trays, and/or desserts to share! Also bring along camp chairs!
The park has numerous features we can make use of including a fire pit, tennis courts, a basketball court, a playground, sports fields and washroom facilities. The day will include food, fun activities for children, and opportunities to build friendships. Parents please note: The park is located right next to the Bow River. Please keep a close eye on your little ones!
Please note that no offering will be taken at the park on this Sunday.
Donation Collection and Prayer for Cuban Plane Crash -
This past Thursday a commercial flight went down shortly following takeoff in Cuba. Over 100 people, including ten Nazarene pastors and their spouses from the Cuban east district, lost their lives. Their deaths have left many children orphaned and several churches without pastoral leadership. I invite all who call Skyview home to continue to pray for all the family members of the deceased (listed below). In addition to prayer our national office is raising funds to support those children and churches during this very difficult time. You can donate to this fundraising effort by designating your financial gift as "Cuba Disaster Fund" during our regular tithes and offerings this coming Sunday. If your preference is to give online, you can do so by visiting www.nazarene.ca. Donations can also be made online at www.ncmcanada.ca - under "Donate" and "disaster response." Designate "Cuba Disaster Fund."
Please pray for the families of the deceased listed below:
Mirza Rodríguez Rondón & Juan Luis Vega Velázquez
Luis Manuel Rojas Pérez & Maricela Peña
Norma Suárez Niles & Jesús Manuel García Oberto
María Virgen Filandez Rojas & Rafael Vega Velázquez
Ronni Alain Pupo Pupo & Yurisel Milagros Miranda Mulet (NMI president)
Eloy Ortiz Abad & Elva María Mosqueda Legrá
Juan Carlos Nogueras Leyva & Noelbis Hernández Guerrero
Gelover Martín Pérez Avalo & Yoneisi Cordovez Rodríguez (pastor and district treasurer)
Manuel David Aguilar Saavedra & María Salomé Sánchez Arévalo (district secretary)
Grisell Filandes Clark & Lorenzo Boch Bring
Visit our facebook page for updated video tours of our interior! A few clips are below! Painting has begun and volunteers have begun work on the sanctuary stage! Things are moving along quickly!
(Back of foyer; nursery door ahead and santuary door to the left) (Facing back of Sanctuary)
(Office, facing Pastor's office door) (Basement, rear windows in open fellowship area)
missional community at Skyview
The vision behind missional community is inspired by Jesus’ lifestyle and the ways that Jesus’ closest followers sought to imitate his lifestyle together. In the Church’s efforts to make Christ-like disciples, we see three core elements in Jesus’ example:
1) Up – Communion with God
2) In – Fellowship with one another
3) Out – Hospitality, Service, and witness to God’s love beyond the Church
Missional community seeks to embody these three aspects of Jesus’ life in its gatherings. Skyview is seeking to follow this three-fold pattern in its response to God’s call for us to help people come to know Jesus and to grow into mature followers.
Autumn of 2017 gave us a season of praying and discerning God’s calling for us together. I am very thankful for the time that people invested praying, reading, and discerning together how Missional Communities might take shape in our church.
In the Winter and Spring of 2018 we are looking forward to the doors that God will open for us to serve those outside of our church, to grow together in community as we serve, and to grow in our relationship with God all the while. We’re looking to expand Skyview’s value of Generous Hospitality beyond our members and walls as we seek Communion with God and give thanks for God’s blessings.
Three or four ideas for missional community are being discussed, and we’re determining how the vision for missional community fits with our existing ministries – if you are interested in being involved in a gathering that seeks together deeper relationships with God, with each other, and with those outside our community, please contact Ryan Herbert: firstname.lastname@example.org.
 This example is borrowed from 3D Movements, described in Building a Discipling Culture by Mike Breen.
Did you know?
Here at Skyview we regularly support missions both right here in Calgary and world wide through our district and denomination, which you can learn more about at Nazarene Missions International, as well as through partnership with two specific ministries:
Seed of Hope
The Seed of Hope is a community development ministry in the rural outskirts of Durban, South Africa, that supports the community through programs focused on education and care. Learn more about who they are and how you can get involved here. Visit our missions page for more updates!
Youth unlimited calgary
Youth Unlimited is a community organzation that focuses on the support of young people through programs that assist them with all needs, from physical and emotional health and well being, spiritual support, employment support, and support of the whole family through times of difficulty. Learn more about this organization here, or take a look at their latest newsletter.
Skyview Home Pledges