We currently share a facility with Central Lutheran Church. The building was constructed in 1928 and features several large, beautiful stained-glass windows.
Overall, the facility is warm and inviting. We enter the facility each week just as the congregation of Central Lutheran is finishing their coffee time. This allows for great fellowship between both groups. The building itself is wheelchair accessible, with a slight ramp leading to the front door. Parking is available at the rear of the building, accessible through the back lane. There is also plenty of street parking on Hochelaga St. W. Although these are metered spaces, the city of Moose Jaw does not require that parking be paid for on Sundays.
The sanctuary is large and inviting. There are no kneelers but the pews are padded. Ample seating is available. There are eight steps up to the chapel. For those with accessibility concerns, an elevator is available. There are two washrooms — one on the main floor and another in the basement.
The kitchen is large and features two ovens and an industrial dish washer. After each service we gather for coffee and conversation in the large hall. On special occasions we have lunch. Many of our parishioners enjoy this aspect of parish life. The hall also allows our younger parishioners to partake in a Sunday School service. The kids enjoy lessons and crafts. As well, there is a play room just off the chapel that is perfect for parents to sit with fussy children. Feel free to bring your young ones with you to a service!
Central Lutheran is located at 27 Hochelaga St. W. We hope to see you there and look forward to worshiping with you!