Our Story

How it all started...

The seed of Gateway Church began as Randy Bach Ministries/Worship Builders in 1991 and its non-profit status established. The beginning years were times of development and sharing principles of worship with a variety of church ministries throughout the northwest region, co-laboring with wonderful pastors, evangelists, and teachers in the Body of Christ.
In 2002, after two years of weekly prayer meetings in a private home, the foundations of Gateway Church were formed. We were seeking the Lord for direction in establishing a place where the Holy Spirit was welcome, a place where He would be given the freedom to bring people to salvation, restoration, healing and deliverance, a place where people would see, know and experience the reality and true nature of God. The highlights of this season were our monthly nights of worship which were held at Titlow Park.
n October of 2003 we faithfully began holding meetings in Parkland every Monday through Friday. After two years we realized there was a greater need for pastoral covering for those who had been saved in our meetings and had no church home. Gateway Church was officially launched. We spent the next two years renting meeting space in various hotels and banquet rooms. Meeting times would vary based upon the location but this did not impede the continued growth of the church.
We moved to our current location and were given complete ownership of our current facility and grounds on July 1, 2007, in co-operation with the Pentecostal Church of God. Since our beginning, we have been blessed with increase in the presence and moving of God’s Spirit, personal growth and restoration, revival and renewal, a greater awareness of God’s incredible love of humanity, and His willingness to equip us to be effective servants. People have been saved, healed, and restored. We have experienced signs, wonders, and miracles. We now have established a permanent home, from which many ministries will be sent out.

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