Online Church! Join in – Sunday, March 22

Online Church!  Join in – Sunday, March 22

Hello folks As we are all very well aware, no public meetings and “stay home” advisories, mean no gathering for church.  Hard as that is, we are thankful for technology, and for those willing to do the upload (thanks Steven) and a pastor who is willing to talk to a camera instead of his people.  We are blessed.    So, at this link you will find a time of worship music following by Dwight’s message for March 22, 2020.   Blessings all Long Creek Baptist Church – March 22, 2020

Upcoming Events for our CBAC (Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada)

Check out the link at the bottom of the page to see more details about these events.  This list includes opportunities coming up in the next months in which you can be involved, hosted by our Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada.  You’ll find lots of resources are available with occasions to connect with other Christians involved in similar ministries as you are.  Jump in! These events include: NEXT Conference – inspiring leaders in children’s ministry Fresh Expression Vision Days – exploring new forms of mission-shaped church interMission –  an ABW (Atlantic Baptist Women) event interacting with CBM (Canadian Baptist Ministries)...

CBAC appoints new Associate Director of Youth & Family

This info just announced by CBAC (Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada): It is with great joy that we announce today that Joel Murphy will be joining our staff in May as our half-time Associate Director of Youth and Family.  Click here to read the full report.  It is our hope that our youth and those who care for youth will become well acquainted with Joel.

Camp Seggie Registration is OPEN

Winter & Summer Registration OPEN! What better way to kick of March Break this year than at Camp Seggies Annual Winter BLAST Camp! March 15-17 for grades 4-6, and cost is $75. Register at and while you’re there make sure to check out our Summer Camp dates and registration as well!

“Our Kay”, Inducted into the PEI Business Hall of Fame

“Our Kay”, Inducted into the PEI Business Hall of Fame

We are so proud of our local crusader for literacy, Kay MacPhee.  She has developed several programs that have helped children and adults learn to read, as well as techniques to help deaf children learn how to speak and read. That’s really very understated as you will gather as you read on. This past Tuesday, the Junior Achievement of Prince Edward Island has named her one of the inductees into the PEI Business Hall of Fame.  Congratulations, Kay!  We’re so very proud of you. The link to the following article from the Globe & Mail (April 2016) highlights what a...

Worship in Our Words

Worship in Our Words

“My words and thoughts in every walk of life can express worship for God.  Words of hope, love, optimism, encouragement, and truth are such an important aspect of my obedient worship to the God who is all worthy, that they literally have the power to transform my life and the lives of others.  We shouldn’t be surprised.  Worship changes everything.”  Darlene Zschech



We are not called to be “all”, or to know everything.  We are not perfect.   We won’t always get it right. We are, however, called to trust God.

What do you think of God?

What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us. Among the sins to which the human heart is prone, hardly any other is more hateful to God than idolatry, for idolatry is at bottom a libel on His character. The idolatrous heart assumes that God is other than He is – in itself a monstrous sin – and substitutes for the true God one made after its own likeness. Worship is pure or base as the worshiper entertains high or low thoughts of God. For this reason, the gravest question before the...

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