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Directions: proceed on Highway 840 through Rosebud until you get to the 4 way stop in middle of hamlet: turn West until outskirts of town and turn right off road up the hill and left into parking lot.
mailing Address: P.O. Box 663,
Street Address: #100, 404 Martin Ave W
Rosebud, AB T0J 2T0
Interim Pastor: Rob Goertz
Phone: (403) 677-2244
Fax: (403) 677-2254
picture courtesy of Victor Sloboda
Worship Service times -
Sundays at 10:30 am
Tuesdays: Congregational Prayer at 7:30 pm: Location: Church
Soup Sundays: Last Sunday of the month following the morning service. Excluding January, July, August, September.
This community church includes friends from the areas surrounding Rosebud, staff, students and families of Rosebud Centre of the Arts, as well as our many guests. Attendees come from a wide variety of Christian faith traditions, and include all who are wanting to explore their spiritual life more fully.
Worship teams with diverse backgrounds and styles alternate in leading the Sunday morning service.
HISTORICAL NOTE from LaVerne Erickson: The facility displayed below has a rich brief history.
The property on which it sits once belonged to the Rosebud Fellowship. It was given to the church when the
former church site had to be abandoned due to the construction of a new bridge across the Rosebud River.
Dale Krabsen was the main facility Designer, Roger Peters was the Architect, and Bill Baldwin and Don Thiessen
of Bildon Construction the Contractors who coordinated employee and volunteer labour. Don Glazebrooke
did much of the interior finish work, Winston Sproule and Harry Christensen the kitchen cabinetry.
As a point of interest, all of the doors in the sanctuary were from Jimmy Jack, an ardent supporter of
the Rosebud Theatre. So many doors were donated that Bill Baldwin turned many of them into tables and doors
for the Mercantile dining room. The site of the sanctuary is also the site of the first 1883 log pioneer church
(Anglican) in the community. A commemorative "ebenezer" with a brass plaque is situated on the east of the property.
This stone used to be a buffalo rubbing stone.