February 17, 2019 Worship Service

Centennial Park Baptist Church has been a part of the Grimsby community since 1876 as an active, people oriented, Bible-believing church. It is a member of the Niagara-Hamilton Association of Baptist Churches which is affiliated with the Canadian Baptists of Ontario and Quebec. Goals include teaching, encouraging, discipling and assisting one another. This church aims to promote Christian fellowship, service and growth, all in accordance with the teachings of God's Word, the Bible.

Whatever your age, interest or needs, or whether you are single, a parent or a young person, there is an activity and a group of friendly people who will make you feel welcome.
This church exists to enable everyone to "Know Christ, to Show Christ, and to Serve Christ". The commitment of the Centennial Park Baptist Church family is to boldly reach out in love to our community with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. This is the opening statement of the Vision for this body of believers and it expresses our commitment to God the Father, in Jesus Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit.

Whether you are a neighbour or just visiting the area, we extend a friendly welcome to worship and meet with us.


  • The being and unity of God.
  • The existence of three equal persons in the Godhead.
  • The Divine inspiration of the Scriptures.
  • The need of every human being for Salvation through Jesus Christ.
  • The Divinity of Christ and the all sufficiency of His atonement.
  • The justification by faith alone in righteousness of Christ.
  • The work of the Holy Spirit in conversion and sanctification.
  • The perseverance of the saints.
  • The second and glorious appearance of our Lord and Saviour.
  • The resurrection of the dead.
  • The punishment of the wicked and the blessedness of the righteous.
  • The baptism by immersion of believers in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
  • The Lord's Supper in accordance with His command.
  • The Church as a company of baptized believers voluntarily associated for mutual edification and sympathy.
  • The maintenance and propagation of these doctrines and especially the spreading of the Gospel of Christ in all lands.
  • The assembling of the first day of the week for the ministry of the Word and the observance of the Christian ordinances.
  • The Word of God as a sufficient rule of faith and practice.
  • The observance of the first day of the week as a day of rest and worship.


  • Transitional Pastor: Rev. Stan Grummett
  • Director of Child and Youth Ministries: Andrea Klassen
  • Office Administrator/Custodian: Karen Andress
  • Church Pianist Needed
  • Role: The Church Pianist is involved in an important ministry of supporting our worship teams and/or choir and engaging all of our congregation as we worship God during our services. This vital ministry should always point others to God as we come together in corporate worship and celebrate with our musical gifts. The person chosen for this role must be a Born-Again believer in Jesus Christ who desires to worship God and serve others.
    Job Qualifications:
    • Desire to serve God and minister to others using your gifts and talents
    • A minimum level of grade 8 piano is required with some experience in accompanying choral or instrumental groups preferred.
    • Knowledge of a variety of different church music and styles.
    • Ability to communicate and collaborate well with different types of people and personalities.
    Primary Responsibilities: Church Pianist playing for Sunday morning worship service at 10:30am to 12:00pm. Includes: prelude, praise time, children’s Hymn, offertory and postlude. Solo special performances are welcome. Sunday mornings 9:00am to 12:00pm, present for practice, warm up, and sound check as needed. Accompany Praise Team and /or Choir during the worship service. Thursday evening rehearsal or worship team practice is from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. These practices may be scheduled at a different time when mutually agreed upon by the pianist but availability is specifically made for the choir, small musical groups or worship teams to practice. No rehearsals will be held from mid-June to the beginning of September. This schedule may vary with prearrangement and mutual agreement to accommodate other musical events and holiday time. Other opportunities such as playing for weddings and funerals may occur which will be optional and reimbursed independently by the parties involved.
    Terms of Service: Permanent, part-time position. The Pianist is hired by the music committee. Compensation to the employee will include a wage of:
    • $25 CDN / hour
    • 5 hours per week
    • Unpaid vacation to a maximum of five weeks per year to be prearranged with a minimum 14 day notice to the Music Committee.
    Accountability: This position reports to the pastoral staff and to the music committee.
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