Worship at Holyrood Community Church

Welcome. Serve. Celebrate.

Holyrood Community Church; near Bonnie Doon, Edmonton.  Church of God.  Worship with us.

Join us Sunday for Worship @ 11:00

Our Story

Holyrood Community Church started in the fall of 2021 as the newest chapter in the story of First Church of God Edmonton.  As a new church, we are committed to finding ways to nourish, bless and serve Holyrood community and  the City of Edmonton. We would love for you to join us in this mission and look forward to getting to know you.

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Prayer Group

 Our Vision

To be a welcoming community that desires to know and share the love of Jesus.

Sunday Worship

Join us at 11:00 am on Sunday for our weekly worship gathering.

Services are currently being held in-person and over zoom.  We have plenty of space so pre-registration is not required. To join the zoom link click here.

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Core Values

Welcome: We are called to welcome both the friend and the stranger.  We believe hospitality is not only a command but an expression of God's love.

Serve: We believe we are called to serve each other and our communities, just as Christ served.

Celebrate: We believe the joy of the Lord leads to celebration.  We seek opportunities to celebrate as a community.

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We are part of the Church of God Holiness movement that began with a desire for Christians to come together in unity as one church.

The name "Church of God" was selected because of its common use in the Bible about the church. It started in the USA in the 1880's and has since spread around the world. Church of God groups around the world associate with one another for the common purposes of mission, theological dialogue, and ecumenical initiatives. (chog.ca)

To learn more about Church of God ministries North America click here or in Canada click here.


Contact Us

9224 82 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6C 2X3, Canada

(780) 469-2404


They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.

Acts 2:42