sunday services

9:30am - Coffee is on!

9:45am - Children and Adult Worship

7:00pm - Youth


380 King Street N., Unit 5  Waterloo, ON

Phone/Text: 226.339.2204


Our Vision & Mission

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3rd Sun. of each month - 630pm @ 380 King st N. Waterloo ON

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Shane & Bren Pickel

Lead Pastor


Meet Our Teams

We desire LifeSpring to be a healthy community that thrives spiritually, relationally, and financially. We desire to be a blessing to everyone we encounter, making a lasting Kingdom impact in many lives, sharing the hope of Jesus. We are all designed to play a role in God’s kingdom story. What is yours?

Not sure?  Thats ok, in fact its normal.  Let’s work this out together.

VISION: Loving people one story at a time.

To do life with people you actually have to consider them and allow them to share their story.  We believe God's story interacts with all our stories.


Connect - sharing our stories. 

Grow - living and growing our stories together

Release - empowering each other in God's story

“Ultimately, each church will be evaluated by only one thing—its disciples. Your church is only as good as her disciples. It does not matter how good your praise, preaching, programs or property are; if your disciples are passive, needy, consumeristic, and not [moving in the direction of radical obedience,] your church is not good.” 
― J.R. Woodward, Creating a Missional Culture: Equipping the Church for the Sake of the World

WEEK / current teaching

Ministry Leaders (scheme team) 
Our Ministry leaders focus is to bring action to our Vision (which is Mission) in their specific ministries. Their over-arching goal is to make each of their environments irresistible to whom ever comes to view or engage.

Our Elders team is a competent group of spiritual leaders whose main focus is to oversee and gate-keep the Vision and Culture of LifeSpring Christian Fellowship. 


David & Thelma Wilkinson

Worship Pastor

sponsor a child with us 

from Nueva Frontera, Honduras


~ Hurricane Mitch killed about 5,600 people and caused $2 billion in damage across the country in 1998

~ Gang membership is estimated in the tens of thousands and threats of violence are used to control poorer districts

~ About 50% of Hondurans are under the age of 19

~The main exports - bananas and coffee - make the economy vulnerable to shifts in commodity prices

Join us as we endevour to build a relationship with many families in Nueva Frontera.  This isn't just about sending money and it is definitely not about feeling good about ourselves ... this is about building lasting relationships and helping in the restoration of children's futures.