Whether you’re looking for a church to visit for a week-end, or are seeking a permanent church family, we’re really glad you’re here. I’ll try answer any questions you have.

To help you get to know us, here are a few of our foundational beliefs and values.

Our vision is to be upward focused, growing in our relationship with God and outward focused, serving our neighbours and demonstrating Jesus’ love. (If you’d like know more about our vision for the next few years, you can read about it here.)

Yeah, that means that we’re all about Jesus Christ. We believe that Jesus is the Son of God, that he lived here on earth and died for our sins. We believe he rose from the dead, and that his resurrection is what gives us hope for eternity. We hope that you’ll get to know Jesus as we do, and that he’ll transform your life! Jesus Christ is the ultimate source of hope and the solution to the world’s problems. (It sounds trite, I know, but we really believe that!)

Every person who walks through our doors is important to God, and so they’re important to us as well. When you come visit you’re never a number. If you ever feel like you are, we’re clearly doing something wrong and you have my permission to tell me about it. I promise I’ll correct it! You’re an individual who’s loved by God and we’ll do all we can to help you feel that. 

We also really care about family. (Sometimes we call this community.) Of course family means, parents and kids and grandparents, but even more than our individual families, we want you to feel like a part of our church family. We don’t have papers you need to sign, or hoops you need to jump through before you’re allowed to feel at home. We want you to be fed spiritually and we’d like to try to help you in any other way we can as well.

And that’s just about it. (Of course I could go on and on, but I won’t.)

If you’re willing to connect more closely with us, fill out this connection card. You can also use it send me your questions and I’ll do my best to answer.

Fill out a Connection Card!

Mike Enns
Pastor of Communication & Administration



God is the creator and ruler of the universe. He has eternally existed in three persons – the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. These three are co-equal and are one God. God demonstrated His power, wisdom, and goodness by creating the world and everything in it. Through His divine power and providence, God continues to sustain His creation, operating within history to fulfill His redemptive purposes.
Genesis 1:1, 26, 27; 3:22; Psalm 90:2; Matthew 28:19; 1 Peter 1:2; 2; 1 Corinthians 13:14

Jesus Christ

Jesus Christ, the eternal second person of the Trinity, was fully united with a human nature by a miraculous conception and virgin birth. He lived in perfect obedience to the Father, voluntarily paid the price for the sins of all people by dying on the cross as their substitute, and satisfied divine justice, bringing salvation to all who trust in Him alone. After His physical death, Jesus Christ rose from the dead and ascended into heaven to sit at the right hand of the Father as the only intercessor between God and humans. He promises to return to earth, personally and visibly, to fulfill history and the eternal plan of God
Matthew 1:22, 23; Isaiah 9:6; John 1:1-5, 14:10-30; Hebrews 4:14, 15; 1 Corinthians 15:3, 4; Romans 1:3, 4; Acts 1:9-11; 1 Timothy 6:14, 15; Titus 2:13


Humans are made in the spiritual image of God, to be like him in character. They are the supreme object of God’s creation. Although humans have tremendous potential for good, they are marred by an attitude of disobedience toward God called “sin.” This attitude separates human beings from God.
Genesis 1:27; Psalm 8:3-6; Isaiah 53:6a; Romans 3:23; Isaiah 59:1,2

Human Destiny

Death seals the eternal destiny of each person. All humanity will experience a bodily resurrection and a judgment that will determine the fate of each individual. Having rejected God, unbelievers will suffer eternal condemnation apart from Him. Believers will be received into eternal communion with God and will be rewarded for works done in this life.
Hebrews 9:27-28; Matthew 10:28; 25:31-46


The central purpose of God’s revelation in Scripture is to call people into fellowship with Him. Originally created to be in relationship with God, humans defied Him by going their own independent way, resulting in alienation from Him and the innate inability to please God. This fall took place at the beginning of human history; since then all people have suffered these consequences and are in need of the saving grace of God.
The salvation of humanity is completely a work of God’s free grace; it is not in any way the result of human works or goodness. Man can never make up for his sin by self-improvement or good works – only by trusting in Jesus Christ as God’s offer of forgiveness can man be saved from sin’s penalty. Each person can receive salvation by repentance and faith. Eternal life begins the moment one receives Jesus Christ into his life by faith.
Romans 6:23; Ephesians 2:8, 9; John 14:6, 1:12; Titus 3:5; Galatians 3:26; Romans 5:1

The Holy Spirit and Christian Living

The Holy Spirit is equal with the Father and the Son as God. He is present in the world to make men aware of their need for Jesus Christ. He applies Christ’s saving work by enlightening the minds of sinners to their need to be saved. He also renews and lives in every Christian from the moment of salvation becoming their source of assurance, strength, wisdom, and gifting for building up the church. He provides the Christian with power for living, understanding of spiritual truth (the Bible), and guidance in doing what is right. Appropriated by faith, His power and control empower believers to lead a life of Christ-like character and bear fruit for the Father’s glory. The Christian seeks to live under his control daily.
2 Corinthians 3:17; John 16:7-13, 14:16, 17; Acts 1:8; 1 Corinthians 2:12, 3:16; Ephesians 1:13; Galatians 5:25; Ephesians 5:1

The Bible

The Bible is God’s word to all men. It was written by human authors, under the supernatural guidance of the Holy Spirit, therefore, it originates in its entirety with God. Scripture speaks with the authority of God while simultaneously reflecting the backgrounds, styles, and vocabularies of the human authors. The Bible – the 66 books of the Old and New Testaments – is the supreme source of truth for Christian beliefs and living. We hold that the Scriptures, in their original manuscripts, are infallible and inerrant; they are the unique, full, and final authority on all matters of faith and practice. There are no other writings similarly inspired by God.
2 Timothy 3:16; 2 Peter 1:20, 21; 2 Timothy 1:13; Psalm 119:105,160, 12:6; Proverbs 30:5


Baptism by immersion symbolizes the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus and is your public declaration that you have accepted Jesus Christ as your personal Saviour. Baptism does not save you, but shows the world that you have already been saved. And while baptism is not required for salvation, it is a biblical command and demonstrates your love and obedience to Christ.
Colossians 2:12; Acts 2:41; Ephesians 2: 8-9; Matthew 28:19-20


Communion, or the Lord’s Supper, is an ordinance given to all believers by Jesus Christ to remember his sacrifice for us and to symbolize the new covenant. The elements of bread and wine or juice are symbols of Christ’s broken body and shed blood. Communion is not a means of salvation. Rather, it is a testament of a believer’s faith in the atoning work of the cross.
Matthew 26:26-30; Mark 14:22-26; Luke 22:19,20; 1 Corinthians 11:23-29

The Church

All who acknowledge Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord are united with Him as members of His body, the one true church. Scripture commands believers to gather for worship, prayer, fellowship, and the teaching of the Word; to observe Baptism and Communion as established by Jesus Christ; to offer service to the body through development and use of talents and gifts and outreach to the world. The local expression of the church is wherever God’s people meet regularly in obedience to this command. Cared for and led by Elders and leaders, church members are to work together in love and unity for the ultimate purpose of glorifying Christ.
Hebrews 10:23-25; 1 Corinthians 12; Romans 12:3-8; Ephesians 4:11-13


Uplifting Worship

We want to celebrate Jesus in a vibrant manner that inspires worship, promotes growth and moves people to take action for Him.

Faithful Proclamation

We are committed to a growing culture of evangelism,  to demonstrating  Christ’s love to others around us.

Compassionate Congregational Care

We intend to take care of one another without drawing lines in the sand.

Responsible Stewardship

We desire to care for and use all the resources and gifts God places at our disposal and endows us with, in ways that honour Him and advance His kingdom throughout the world

Intentional Discipleship

We want to grow in our commitment to Christ and Christian living.

Incarnational Activity

We want to be the hands and feet of Jesus embodying the love God has for our neighbours.

If you’d like to know more about our vision for the next few years, you can read about it here : Vision.


Hudson Taylor Wells

Hudson Taylor Wells

Community Pastor

Kevin Smith

Kevin Smith

Associate Pastor of Children, Youth and Young Adults

Mike Enns

Mike Enns

Pastor of Communication and Administration


Cathy Little

Cathy Little

Leadership Team Member

Michael Drew

Michael Drew


David Kelly

David Kelly

Leadership Team Member

Paul McLean

Paul McLean

Leadership Team Member

What denomination is HCC?

We get that question a lot!  That is understandable – familiar labels are reassuring.  In many respects typical church labels don’t fit HCC well. The best way to find out about us is to come and see.  We believe that you’ll find a multi-generational, multi-cultural group of people who laugh a lot, care deeply for each other and want to learn more about how to show God’s love in a very real way to others.  The majority of the 300+ people who call HCC their church home live in the neighbourhoods that surround the church.  Some people notice that we have solid Bible teaching, some that we have vibrant worship, community service aspects, or our outstanding programs for children and young people.  We think you will care more about how friendly and welcoming we are, than you will about trying to define us with a word or two.

How is HCC governed and managed?

HCC is an independant local church that is governed by the Leadership Team who lead with the trust and confidence of the congregation.  The Leadership Team are experienced leaders who are affirmed annually by members at our Annual General Meeting.  The Leadership Team and Pastors help shape the scope and the environment of the ministry.  The Pastors, Ministry Administrator  and our incredibly gifted team of volunteer leaders make almost all of the decisions in the day to day operation of the church.

How can I get involved at HCC?

We love this question!  Some people go to a church because they want the church to meet their needs.  Do we want people’s needs to be met at HCC?  Yes, but we’re all about serving others and not as much about figuring out what “the church can do for me”.  We place an extremely high value on serving others and on involvement in the community, and the world around us.   We would even say that if a person’s primary reason for coming to HCC is to “be served” he/she may be disappointed.  We believe that we are blessed, stretched and developed in our faith as we serve others.   Our example is Jesus Christ who said that He did not come to be served but to serve.

Involvement at HCC means service…We think that people get energized when they serve in areas that are aligned with their gifts and their interests.  There are lots of opportunities.  We invite you to contact any of our Pastors, our Leadership Team or talk to someone at our Welcome Centre desk in the foyer, or speak to any of our volunteer leaders.