Surely we should not be satisfied with anything less than the Christianity of the New Testament
Welcome to our website.
For many years, the large old farm house on McKenzie Road has been a base for Christian ministry. Today it's home for Fred and Sheila Tomlinson.
A group of friends regularly gather there to worship the Lord and enjoy fellowship together. They also support and benefit from Fred’s teaching ministry. In earlier years, he traveled quite widely preaching and teaching, but more recently, the Lord has opened doors for his ministry to be available on several internet platforms.
A relatively recent development is a weekly Zoom meeting. Each Sunday at 10-30am a growing number gather to be part of a simple, but precious, hour of fellowship and ministry. The company includes folk from a variety of far away places.
If you are interested in joining us, simply add your name and e-mail address in the space provided at the bottom of this site and a Zoom invitation will be emailed to you. We would love to see you.
Issues we consider to be important
The Christian life is not merely a lifestyle we are left to imitate--it is the actual life of Jesus-received and expressed through the ministry of the Holy Spirit,
2 Corinthians 4:10
The Gospel, ministered in the power of the Holy Ghost, will always carry a razor sharp cutting edge that will penetrate deep into the epicentre of a man's heart and conscience.
To avoid offending the unconverted, many teachers filter the message of the Cross, But it is offensive only to those who are perishing--to those being saved it is the power of God.
1 Corinthians 1:18
The natural man will always shun the idea of living a life of constant obedience to God. But to the true child of God, it is the key to true freedom and a life of joyful purpose.
This section has been created as an increasing number of folk have expressed desire to provide financial support for the ministry.
A PayPal account in the name of The Fraser Valley Christian Fellowship (known affectionately as McKenzie Fellowship) has been established to receive these gifts.
The FVCF was registered in 1990 as a Christian charity and may issue tax receipts.
We are very grateful to all who have expressed a desire to financially support the work.
If you have any questions please contact Peter Boyle by using the message box at the end of this page.