Albright Church

Service Time

Sundays In-Person

and Live Stream: 10:00am

Service Information

Begin, Belong, Become

Phone: 204-334-5873    Email:

415 Maxwell King Drive, East St. Paul, MB - View Map

Sermon Extras

  Access Attitude
  Don't Try This Alone

Sermon Notes 

June 26 - Changed By The Spirit

June 19 - Taught By The Spirit

June 12 - Propelled By The Spirit

June 5 - Glory To Jesus

May 29 - Live By The Spirit

May 22 - Know The Spirit

May 15 - Alive By The Spirit

  Unlikely Disciple

Sermon Notes

May 8 - New Peter

May 1 - A New Start

April 24 - This Same Jesus

Easter Sunday, April 17 - When God Speaks Your Name

Good Friday, April 15 - Run To The Cross

April 10 - Blind Spot

March 27 - Fear of Missing Out

March 20 - Unlimited Forgiveness

March 13 - Freedom To Submit

March 6 - Taste of Heaven

February 27 - Why The Cross? (no sermon notes)

February 20 -  Blocking Jesus

February 13 - A Fragile Stone

February 6 - Walking on Water

January 30 - Miracle Worker

January 23 - The Call

January 16 - God Sees You

  Community Gathering Celebration

 April 3 - One Church

  Take The Next Step

January 9, 2022

Vision Sunday

Message Notes

  God With Us

Sermon Notes

December 19 - God Identifying With Us

December 12 - God Suffering With Us

December 5 - God Miraculously With Us

November 28 - God Living With Us


Sermon Notes

November 21 - In The World

November 14 - Under The Word

October 24 - Reset Service

October 17 - Reset Mission

October 10 - Reset Habits

October 3 - Reset Relationships

September 26 - Reset Faith

September 19 - Reset Hope

September 12 - Reset Worship

  Live The Truth

Sermon Notes

May 30 - Truth and the Pressure to Fit In

May 23 - Truth and the Search to Be Me

May 16 - Truth and the Quest for Freedom

May 9 - Truth in a World of Racial Discrimination: Conversation & Communion (no handout)

May 2 - Truth in a World of Racial Discrimination

April 25 - Truth in a World of Human Rights

April 18 - Truth in an Age of Self-Help

April 11 - Truth in a Culture of Cofusion

  40 Days of Prayer

The 40 days leading up to Easter is traditionally a time of reflection, self-sacrifice and prayer. In the coming weeks you and your family are encouraged to use this calendar to engage in conversation and prayer for each other, your family, neighbours, our city, nation and beyond.

Click here to download the PDF of the calendar.

  The Gift - Season 2

Sermon Notes

March 21 - The Gift of Victory

March 14 - The Gift of Liberation

March 7 - The Gift of Indwelling

February 28 - Jesus' Triumph
(Communion Devotional, no notes)

February 21 - The Gift of Struggle

February 14 - The Gift of Union

February 7 - The Gift of Holiness

January 31 - The Gift of Freedom

January 24 - The Gift of Life

January 17 - The Gift of Peace

  Sacred Spaces

Vision Sunday

January 10, 2021 - Sacred Spaces

  Invite to Handel’s Messiah Performance

Handel’s Messiah is an incredible orchestral composition which tells the journey in song and music of Jesus Messiah. The journey takes you through scripture from the Old and New Testaments.

It was first performed in 1742 and has become a Christmas tradition throughout the world. With current Pandemic restrictions in place you may like to watch it this year from the comfort of your own home.

Click on the link below and you will be transported to Sydney Opera House in Australia where you can attend last year’s performance! If this is you first time to listen to a full performance here are some helpful tips:

1. Consider watching it ‘live’ online with others.

2. Steam the performance on your TV, maybe adding external speakers.

3. Let the words and the music sweep over you soul.

4. Take the journey with Jesus and consider how He felt.

5. Worship God for who He is and what He has done for us.

6. Stand for the Hallelujah Chorus!

7. Take an intermission break or breaks!

8. Share with others what stood out for you.


  Jesus Messiah

Sermon Notes

December 20 - God's Sacrifice Made

December 13 - God's Rest Offered

December 6 - God's Son Given

Novmber 29 - God's Glory Revealed

  Living Generously

Sermon Notes

November 22 - God's Generosity

November 15 - Generous Together

November 8 - Openhanded

November 1 - Trust Is An Adventure

October 25 - Matter Of The Heart

October 18 - Listening To God

October 11 - God Is the Source

  The Houses Around My House

Sermon Notes

October 4 - The Houses Around My House

  Spiritual Passion

Sermon Notes

September 20, 2020 - All or Nothing

September 13, 2020 - Dancing With Joy

September 6, 2020 -  Audience of One

  The Gift - Recommended Resources

Book: 'Romans - Righteousness from Heaven' by R. Kent Hughes

Rightnow Media - 'How To Read Romans, Part 1 & 2" by Tim Mackie

  Introduction to Romans

Series: The Gift

Albright Church 2020

The letter of the Apostle Paul to the Romans is considered one of the most powerful letters ever written. It is Paul’s ‘magnum opus’ written between AD 55 and AD 58 on his third missionary trip, probably, from Corinth. Paul was shaped by three worlds: Greco-Roman, Jewish and Christian but his miraculous conversion had the greatest life transformation.

In turn, many throughout church history, have been impacted by this letter such as: Augustine, Martin Luther, John Bunyan and John Wesley. One night while reading Luther’s commentary on Romans 1:17, Wesley wrote, “My heart was strangely warmed. I felt I did trust Christ; Christ alone for my salvation.” The result was an assurance of faith that had long eluded him.

The recipients of this letter included both Jewish and Gentile Christians. The Church in Rome was most likely founded by Roman Jews who were converted in Jerusalem on the Day of Pentecost. The fact that Paul, Peter or another apostle were not originally involved serves to show that we are all called to reach out and be used by God to see His kingdom built!

Somewhere between AD 30 -55, Christianity became established in Rome with believers meeting in homes and rented properties. There was a tense relationship between Jews and Jewish Christians and between Jewish Christians and Gentile Christians. This probably led to Jewish expulsion from Rome by Claudius in AD 49. Some, including Priscilla and Aquila were allowed to return after the Emperor’s death in AD 54.

The main theme of the letter is largely considered to be found in Romans 1:16-17: The good news of salvation through faith in the righteousness of Christ. Paul’s argument is that salvation is not found in keeping the works of the law but by grace, through faith in Jesus Christ alone. It is the greatest gift ever given.

Paul defends the Gospel of God’s grace by showing that it is rooted in the Old Testament. Many Jewish Christians thought Paul was giving away too much of the old traditions and many Gentile Christians thought he was still too Jewish. His appeal is for unity in Christ. In that sense, Romans is both a letter of the heart and a treatise of the faith. Paul’s longing is that all would come to recognize, receive and be remade by the gifts which God freely gives through faith in Christ.

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