The Visitation team ministers especially to those who are unable to attend worship services at Chilliwack Alliance. A visit may include most aspects of our worship services: songs or hymns, scripture reading, and prayer.  A word of encouragement and prayer may be offered by a pastor.


In the Spring and Fall on a weekday afternoon our Ministry Team brings those we visit to the church for a time of fellowship, food, music and communion at our Annual Easter and Remembrance Day Teas.


We’ve begun a monthly soup & bun lunch in the coffee connection for those who might enjoy the opportunity to mix & mingle. This is also a place to invite a friend or neighbor for a time of games, socialization and a bowl of soup in Christ’s name.


There’s also a Care Chain where we regularly call those who are homebound or alone to keep them connected and feeling loved.


Many within the congregation attend the 55+ Ministry; keeping connected with this group is vital to Senior’s Care.


Losing a family member can be one of the most difficult and painful experiences a person will go through. It is important to have a solid support system of friends and other family members during such devastating times. Bereavement ministry performs a number of tasks and hold various responsibilities vital to helping bereaved church members deal with their loss while they pass through the stages of grief.


If you are interested in serving with our team, please contact Julia Brotherston.