Where Have We Come From? 

In September 1960, Kamloops Full Gospel Tabernacle was birthed. A few families, united by a belief in the unfailing Grace of God and in the evidence of the Pentecostal experience, began to pray together in homes until God proved Himself faithful. Miracles began to happen and growth came. A vibrant ministry to children quickly developed, becoming the largest part of this early church. Following shortly behind, an active youth ministry emerged along with ministry to families. 

Ever since those initial days in 1960, we've always placed emphasis on the Word of God and to prayer, praise & worship, team ministry and the equipping of the church. 

Today we continue to be a Church Family that believes in the presence and power of our Lord Jesus Christ. 

How Do We Grow Together? 

Kamloops Full Gospel is a Spirit-filled, community-based church with a wonderfully unique blend of people from every walk of life. Through biblical instruction and lifestyles we strive to: 

  • Communicate God's love and acceptance
  • Demonstrate practical avenues of evangelistic outreach
  • Model scriptural standards of pastoral provision and care
  • Provide prophetic insight into the church's destiny
  • Enable teaching within the local church to empower all the saints for the work of ministry

How Do We Worship?

Praise and worship is a big part of the life of Kamloops Full Gospel. We are a church committed to showing our passion for Jesus Christ through exuberant praise and musical talents. We are a people called together to worship in Spirit and Truth. Our motto in worship is, "We are a people who love Jesus!"

We believe in leading people of all ages into the divine presence of God through praise, thanksgiving and worship where they may experience His miracle working power and His everlasting love. 

Our weekly Family Worship Services range from joyful times of celebration to intimate moments of Christ-centered worship. Incorporating modern, contemporary songs with familiar hymns and choruses of the past enable us to blend the youthful with the elder, bridging the generation gap so prevalent in our world and the church today.