Welcome to Sherwood Park Alliance. We're looking forward to meeting you! Whoever you are, wherever you're coming from, and whatever your faith journey looks like - we're confident that Sherwood Park Alliance could be your home church.
We have something for all walks of life where you are invited into a place of deep community, where you can be known, loved, and encouraged to grow in your walk with Jesus.
We believe that actively serving not only brings us closer to God but reminds us to love others as he does. Through serving, you'll use the unique ways that God has gifted you to help create welcoming environments where he can change lives.
At Sherwood Park Alliance, we want to make it easy for you to learn and grown in your understanding of Jesus.
It’s common to wonder whether prayer makes any difference or is even worth the effort but people who have a meaningful connection with God through prayer would respond…Yes, it absolutely makes a difference…it’s my lifeline. Learning to prayer is so worth the effort!
So you’re ready to pray but not exactly sure what to do or what should happen. You want to pray but you feel a bit tongue-tied and uncertain. Here’s a simple tool that’s been helpful to many in learning to connect with God in prayer.
To move forward in prayer the question of right and wrong isn’t nearly as helpful as asking ----what will move me towards the goal of meaningful connection with God? There’s lots of helpful answers to that question.
Prayer is an incredible gift! It’s mind-blowing that we’re invited to spend time with the God of the universe. He loves to hear our voice as we pray to Him and He longs to share His heart with us. He promises to give us wisdom and show us good paths leading to the kind of life we’re looking for but a life of meaningful interaction with God takes intention.
Depending on where you are in your journey, here are a variety of resources for you where you can learn more about prayer.
Beginning the year with a week of prayer is really a primer for the pattern we want to dedicate ourselves to for the whole year, being people who intentionally and regularly make space in our lives to meet with God in prayer.
How can we pray for you or celebrate with you this season?