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Meeting times:

July-August    Sunday 10:30am – fellowship

11am- worship service


September-June Tuesday 7pm – fellowship/bible study


Location: 4702 56th Ave. Lloydminster, AB 

Phone Number:  780-875-4056



About us

The Lloydminster church of Christ is a group of followers of Jesus the Christ. We do our best to glorify God in all we do locally and as part of the larger community of believers. We desire that each person who enters our community experience the love of Jesus.


Here are the values that empower and guide our ministry to our communities:

Community: We desire to share and experience the grace and love of God through Christ-centered community. (Acts 2:42-47)

Prayer: We rely on the Holy Spirit through prayer, both individually and as a congregation to support us as we plan ministry’s and activities within this church and community. (Matthew 6:9-13)

Biblical teaching: We strive to humbly and graciously teach God’s authoritative Word with integrity so that seekers find Jesus and we ourselves grow and mature in Him. (2 Timothy 3:16)

Gifts-based ministry: We seek to equip and empower those in our spiritual family to discover and use their divinely-given gifts to the glory of God. (Ephesians 4:11-13)

Discipling: We hold the conviction that God uses intentional, grace-filled, Christ-centered relationships to help us joyfully thrive and grow in Him. (Hebrews 10:24)

Mission: We actively embrace the Great Commission: Jesus’ charge to make disciples of all nations, baptize them in the name of the Father, Son, and Spirit, and teach them to obey all his commands. (Matthew 28:16-20)


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The Lloydminster Church of Christ is an extension of a movement that started 2000 years ago, in Jerusalem, with those who were disciples and those who became followers of Christ.

Our congregation stands in the tradition of the Stone-Campbell Movement, an attempt begun in the early 19th century in Europe and North America to seek the spirit of New Testament Christianity. From its beginning, this movement practiced local autonomy for its churches.

We are congregational and independent, with no national or provincial denominational organization. There may be things that we practise which other congregations within this fellowship do not, and things which other congregations may practise that we do not.

This local congregation was established in the 1960’s with a group that built the building we worship in.Through the years there has been bible camps, tent meetings, VBS and other activities in the community.

We are a group of loving people sharing together on a journey of faith. Together, we are seeking to know God and grow in our relationship with Him. We are journeying together through the trials of life, with no less than our very most, to eternity!