Welcome

Dawson Creek Alliance Church

Our Vision

"To establish a vibrant and caring community of Christ-followers who love God and each other."

What to Expect on a Sunday Morning Service

Our In-Person Services are on hiatus due to the new province-wide order given by our Provincial Health Officer (Nov 19-Dec 7, 2020).

Our Sunday morning worship services include times of worship through music and teaching, albeit in a different fashion since COVID -19 changed our lives. Music is played for meditation and worship to God during our 9 AM service, with live music and singing (with masks) part of our 11 AM service time.

We are now offering our children's program called Kids Zone during our late service at 11 am. This will take place downstairs in our classrooms. We can have two separate groups of 50 in the church, as long as groups do not commingle within the church. As such, we will have separate entrances/exits for each group, those attending the service upstairs and those going downstairs,  and will require that all observe these requirements to maintain these separate zones - upstairs and downstairs. 

As per the guideline from our provincial health officer, we are limited to 50 people for each service and zone. We ask that you register for the services to assist us with maintaining the number limit and also to keep in our records for contact tracing.  Please click HERE to sign up for this coming Sunday. See you then!


9:00 am  Early Service

11:00 am  Late Service

11:00 am  Kids Zone and Jr Youth - downstairs only

What to expect as a member

Members of DCAC seek first to glorify God. We strive to glorify God by being united, obedient and loving; doing good to everyone, especially to those who are of the household of faith. Members share the responsibility of the church, serve in the church, and submit to the leadership of the church.


If you wish to make Dawson Creek Alliance Church your local family we would love to meet with you and welcome you!

Our Mission

"To teach, share, pray, and care. These are the legs we want to set our table on."