New to Rhema
What does the word “Rhema” mean?
Answer: The word Rhema is a Greek term taken from the New Testament referring to a word that is spoken in a timely manner which empowers the hearer.
What denomination does Rhema belong to?
Answer: As a non-denominational ministry we do not claim affiliation with any particular denomination. We are evangelical in our theology, contemporary in our worship, and apostolic in our mission. Our accountability stream is realized through the Fellowship of Christian Assemblies (www.fcaoc.org), a Canadian ministerial body through which all of our pastoral leaders are credentialed.
What is appropriate to wear when coming to Rhema?
Answer: Our dress ranges from casual to professional.
What are your worship services like?
Answer: With an exuberant flow of Spirit-filled praise, worship and dance climaxing with a dynamic spoken word all set in a heavenly atmosphere, our weekend and mid-week services are life-changing experiences. Click here for service times & directions.
Do you have activities for my children?
Answer: Yes. Each weekend your children are invited to experience the love of Christ in a wholesome, safe and fun-filled environment called Kids World, a place designed to empower, encourage and educate children ages 2-12.
Can I submit a prayer request?
Answer: Yes! Our team of intercessors is prepared to believe with you for God’s supernatural power to intervene in your situation. Please feel free to submit your prayer request here.
What is the importance of tithing 10% of one’s income?
Answer: We believe in supporting the local church through the act of giving; according to Malachi 3:10 we present the 10th of our increase or income for the work of the ministry, while supporting through first fruit and corporate offerings. We give with joy exhibiting an understanding of the Kingdom principle of sowing and reaping.
Does Rhema believe in women serving in ministry?
Answer: Yes, we believe that ministry is for both males and females. As such we have females serving in a wide range of ministry areas.
How do I volunteer my services?
Answer: If you have a passion for serving, our community includes a wide variety of areas in which you can apply your skills and gifts.