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These videos were created by us here at KGF and incorporated into our services.  May they continue to have impact through the medium of the internet.


Sunday, 30 August 2015 20:05

"Be Still" Worship Dance @ KGF

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Mackenzie Denis and Connor Murdock share a powerful and moving reflective piece entitled "Be Still". Music and Lyrics by The Fray. 

Be still and know that I'm with you

Be still and know that I am here

Be still and know that I'm with you

Be still, be still, and know

When darkness comes upon you

And covers you with fear and shame

Be still and know that I'm with you

And I will say your name

More about "The Fray" here - 

What's the difference between an engagement and a wedding? One is usually very private and the other is usually very public. When you get engaged, you make a decision to share your life with another person. Weddings invite others in on that decision.

In a lot of ways, Baptism is the wedding celebration for our spiritual life. It's the opportunity for us to invite our family and friends to gather round as we go public with our faith.

In this 2 minute video, Pastor Mike invites those of you who have yet to be baptized to consider doing so on the last Sunday of summer, September 20, in Okanagan Lake at City Park. Interested? Email

Have you ever had God point out something in your life that you know He wants you to give attention to? For Pastor Mike, it's the area of prayer. And it spills over into the whole KGF Church Family. Here's how things are going to be shifting starting in September, and how you can get on board.  Join us Wednesday August 19th, 7pm in the HUB to find out how you can be a part.   You can also email to be included in these next steps.  

We wanted to share the story of our friends Maura & Joey Mask because it is another picture of God's amazing provision and leading. We know you will love them as much as we do! Be encouraged. God is on the move, and inviting you with Him!

"I was in church when the earthquake happened.  Without warning the buildings started shaking.  It was very scary.  It became a dominating reality for months afterwards.  It gave me more of an understanding of mortality, that I was going to die one day." 

In this 4 minute video, Katrina Labun​ shares some of her experiences serving these past 10 months with Mennonite Central Committee Nepal​, including how the earthquake changed her.

Facing the prospect of being a single mom with 4 kids was incredibly overwhelming for Desiree. But after being introduced to the people at the Okanagan Valley Pregnancy Care Centre, she realized she wasn't going to have to go it alone. Pastor Mike takes a few minutes to hear Desiree's story, and encourage you to be part of supporting this great work through the Baby Bottle Campaign. 

Thursday, 13 August 2015 15:05

What's Up With KGF's Parking Lot?

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As you probably know, our parking lot is a very busy place on Sunday morning, with hundreds of people and vehicles coming and going.  We want to make this important piece of pavement safer on many levels. I encourage you to watch this 4 minute video update with myself and our Board Trustee (the guy who oversees our facility) Bob Harkness. In it we explain the new strategy for our parking lot to maximize safety, efficiency, and space. We know you’ll love it, and can see the plan for yourself in the HUB.  

Wonder what difference your contribution to the Okanagan Valley Pregnancy Care Centre makes? Pastor Mike shares this beautiful story of how God can impact whole generations through the faithfulness of His children.

You can be part of this Baby Bottle Campaign by filling a bottle with coins / cash / checks and returning to KGF by Sunday August 30. More online,

Have you ever wondered how people are able to ski fast through trees or bike down mountains without hitting anything? Pastor Mike reminds us that it matters where your eyes are. And there is a spiritual principle within that truth that we all need to come to grips with. Part of a larger message, "Open Our Eyes", available online here - 

What's the best way to head into a battle?  Pastor Mike suggests it might be singing.  What would happen if we let worship lead us?  This 60 second clip is part of the larger message "What To Do When You Don't Know What To Do", available online here -