Jesus Prays
For All Believers

I pray also for those who will believe in me through their message, that all of them may be one, Father, just as you are in me and I am in you. May they also be in us so that the world may believe that you have sent me. I have given them the glory that you

Jesus Prays
For All Believers

gave me, that they may be one as we are one – I in them and you in me – so that they may be brought to complete unity. Then the world will know that you sent me and have loved them even as you have loved me.

– John 17:20-23


Jesus Prays
For All Believers

I pray also for those who will believe in me through their message, that all of them may be one, Father, just as you are in me and I am in you. May they also be in us so that the world may believe that you have sent me. I have given them the glory that you gave me, that they may be one as we are one – I in them and you in me – so that they may be brought to complete unity. Then the world will know that you sent me and have loved them even as you have loved me.

– John 17:20-23


Teaching Series

Last summer we came together for our Make Us One series, looking at the reality of systemic injustice, racism, and the Gospel. We were reminded that Jesus prays for unity within the body, and that it is a process of learning what that means for each generation of believers.

Make Us One Update

Jesus calls us to a unity that is a prophetic witness to the world around us. We are committed to creating an inclusive and healthy church family that reflects the very diversity that is The Peoples Church. On January 31, Pastor Brett shared an update about our continued commitment and effort in this aspect of community life.

Make Us One Update

Jesus calls us to a unity that is a prophetic witness to the world around us. We are committed to creating an inclusive and healthy church family that reflects the very diversity that is The Peoples Church. On January 31, Pastor Brett shared an update about our continued commitment and effort in this aspect of community life.

RISING ABOVE THE STORM

February is
Black History Month
In North America.

It is a time when we come together to celebrate the ways Black people have contributed to the development of culture and community throughout our nation and our world. Celebrating Black History gives

us the opportunity to reflect and learn, as we increase our understanding of the parts of our history that are often neglected or unknown. It is a way of celebrating the beautiful tapestry our God is creating through His Church – a kingdom that includes every nation, tribe, people, and language.

This year’s theme is Rising Above the Storm.

February is
Black History Month
In North America.

It is a time when we come together to celebrate the ways Black people have contributed to the development of culture and community throughout our nation and our world. Celebrating Black History gives us the opportunity to reflect and learn, as we increase our understanding of the parts of our history that are often neglected or unknown. It is a way of celebrating the beautiful tapestry our God is creating through His Church – a kingdom that includes every nation, tribe, people, and language.

This year’s theme is Rising Above the Storm.


Black History Month Celebration

Saturday, February 27 | 7:00 PM | YouTube

Our Peoples Caribbean Fellowship will be hosting our 12th annual Black History Celebration online this year! The celebration will include singing, prayer, poetry, and historical highlights. We’ll also be hearing from leaders in our community and our special guest speaker, Pastor McCair Tulloch.

SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER

Pastor McCair Tulloch


As the leader of Plugged In Youth and Young Adults at Rhema Christian Ministries, Pastor McCair Tulloch is a communicator who is passionate about bridging the gap between traditional and contemporary; creatively engaging young and old with the timeless biblical teachings in relevant and innovative ways. He is also the founder of StayLitMovement, a social platform encouraging and inspiring Millennials and Generation Z to embrace the uniqueness of who they are and grow to become who God is calling them to be. Pastor McCair is currently pursuing his Masters of Divinity degree at Tyndale Seminary and plans to prepare for a future committed to faithfully serving Jesus, the church, and others.

Join us for the event on our YouTube channel on Saturday, February 27 at 7:00 PM. Mark your calendar and invite your family and friends!

We Pray

As we continue to live into the prayer of Christ, join us on YouTube every Tuesday and Thursday. We’ll be celebrating and growing in our understanding of Black History together through stories, prayer, and Scripture.

When we admire
God’s handiwork,

when we see the birds and the flowers in all their different colours, they create a symphony of beauty. It ought to be the same when we look at each other.

– Norman Musewe, Make Us One Advisory Member


Make Us One Advisory

Our Advisory continues to lead us forward in the long-term work necessary to ensure that we as a church community address areas that need to be realigned and sincerely embrace the diversity that is The Peoples Church. Through regular prayer meetings with our prayer supporters, and active engagement with wise counsel, our advisory will be guiding us as we move forward in this important journey together.

Steevens Audigé

Steevens Audigé

Nelson Chang

Nelson Chang

Andre Lewis

Andre Lewis

Davina Japaul

Davina Japaul

Fanta Lewis

Fanta Lewis

Sandra Ryan

Sandra Ryan

Norman Musewe

Norman Musewe

Brett McBride

Brett McBride

Andrea Chang

Andrea Chang

We look forward to
what God is doing

and we are trusting that He will lead us into a deeper understanding of what He wants to do in us. Your prayers for leadership would be greatly appreciated as we continue to live into the prayer of Christ to Make Us One.

We look forward
to what God
is doing

and we are trusting that He will lead us into a deeper understanding of what He wants to do in us. Your prayers for leadership would be greatly appreciated as we continue to live into the prayer of Christ to Make Us One.