​In this series Pastor Brandon teaches on the seven letters found in Revelation 2 and 3, where Jesus gives John a message for seven churches in Asia Minor (Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamos, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia, and Laodicea). John was instructed to write out the messages and send them as a letter. These seven letters were given to strengthen the churches in John’s day and throughout church history.

“Take care of your Mother…”

​Two men, who had succumbed to their own sinful desires, presented me with that final emotional statement prior to their departure from my life. The first time it occurred at age 7, the other time I was well into adulthood. Each time it deeply hurt. Who tells a 7 year old boy, to “take care of your Mother”? I didn’t understand what it meant. My Mother and Father were supposed to take care of me. During the second occurrence I empathized with the concept of, “take care of your Mother”. I had a family of my own, but the painful... Read more

Machine Shop Men’s Event April 24

​Friday April 24, head out to Peregrine Manufacturing for a gathering of the men of Canyon Creek Church. We’ll get to watch and play with some industrial manufacturing machines, Ozzie Navarro will share his story, and everyone will walk away with no missing digits, we promise.

TIME: 6pm to 9pm


19504 24th Ave W

Lynnwood, WA 98036

Happy Easter

​Thank you for celebrating the Resurrection of Jesus Christ with us.

If this is your first time visiting, please feel free to browse our website and/or contact a member of our staff if you have any questions.

We would love to get to know you and we hope to see you again soon!

A Parent’s Guide to Discussing Easter

​“When you teach a child writing, you hold its hand while it forms the letters: that is, it forms the letters because you are forming them. We love and reason because God loves and reasons and holds our hand while we do it.” (Mere Christianity, C.S. Lewis)

Drive-by parenting can be a remarkable tactic. Life is busy and families move fast. At what seems as the most inconvenient time, we see an opening to ask our child a question, whether sitting at the breakfast table or digging through the laundry. If you have... Read more

Easter Services

Canyon Creek’s Easter services 2015 from Canyon Creek Church on Vimeo.

Easter Sunday is April 5th. Canyon Creek Church will have a variety different services the week leading up Easter. Here is a breakdown of Easter Week. We will also be starting a great new sermon series about marriage and relationships: Married Up.


One Voice - Journey to the Cross - 7pm - Everett Campus

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Egg Hunt 2015 - April 4th!

​Last year we had over 2500 people come out to Bob’s Corn and Pumpkin Farm for our massively awesome Easter Egg Hunt. This year, our Egg Hunt is Saturday April 4th from 10 am to 12pm. Bring your kids to join us out at the farm and get some candy! The address of Bob’s Corn and Pumpkin Farm:

10917 Elliott Rd

Snohomish, WA 98296

and a link to google maps here.

Find some eggs eat... Read more

Are you still trying to change on your own?

“9 But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly of my weaknesses, so that the power of Christ may rest upon me.” 2 Corinthians 12:9

This time of year brings a flurry of new aspirations and New Year resolutions. Thoughts drift to creating a better you, a slimmer body, or new lease on life that will catapult you into the coming months. Possibly you’re desired transformation is from a dark place and comes with a higher cost. Perhaps... Read more

Acts 15- What must we do to be saved?

“16 For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek” (Romans 1:16)

What is the final destiny of life and how are we “saved” to receive that destiny? These could be the greatest questions that everyone needs to answer. The end of this life will find each and every one of us. There is no avoiding it. Individuals attempt to create an answer to what happens after this life ends. Culture also speaks strongly as to how or... Read more

A Parents’ Guide to Discussing Christmas

​ “The best thing of all is God is with us. (John Wesley, Theologian. 1703-1791)

As the days drew closer to Christmas, the anticipation increased. The brightly decorated tree had presents surrounding the base and Christmas music played on the television in the living room. The smell of freshly baked holiday treats lingered in the air. The atmosphere was filled with joy and full of hope. However, it was full of hope that “it” would not happen again. Hope that the drinking would not start. Hope that the shouts of rage and anger would not be directed at... Read more

Happy Thanksgiving!

A thought popped in my mind last night as I began to reflect on Thanksgiving and all of the many blessings I am thankful for.

I realized my thanks isn’t only for the blessings I’ve actually received but for the One who has given me these blessings.

I began to think that instead of just making my list of “things I’m thankful for” I should actually get down on my knees and say “Thank You” to God and “I Praise YOU, Lord for ...”

I (we) really should make a point... Read more

Acts 10 - God shows no partiality

​“19 Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” (Matthew 28:19-20)

Who are “all nations”? This direct command from Jesus to his disciples obviously outlines what they are to do, but does not clearly state to whom they are to do it too. Teaching and proclaiming Christ’s resurrection must have been difficult in the first century. Especially... Read more

Acts 7-9 - #for2me

For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain. - Philippians 1:21

It’s quoted often. This verse is packed with and surrounded by a ton of meaning. Drill into these beautiful words and you’ll probably gravitate toward the second refrain without giving thought to the first three words:

“For to me...”

Paul is, of course, the me. The author of around 13 books of the Bible. Systematic. Very direct. Sometimes (even according to Peter) tough to understand. But with these words we’re brought in close to his chest. Paul... Read more

The Baptism of the Holy Spirit

The Baptism of the Holy Spirit

I think a few things should be stated at the beginning of any remarks on the Baptism of the Holy Spirit. First, this is an unresolved topic and we should have room for differences of opinion. It is nevertheless, the firm belief of the leadership of Canyon Creek Church that there is another baptism of the Holy Spirit for the empowering of Christians that is different than the initial indwelling of the Holy Spirit that attends every salvation. Second, a great portion of this discussion is often really just arguing about definitions, the... Read more

A Parent’s Guide to Discussing Halloween

“The test of the morality of a society is what it does for its children.” (Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Pastor, Theologian. 1906-1945)

It was a cool, dark Halloween evening in that small town in northern California. The group of friends accompanied by one parent was lagging far behind. At nine years old, I was in the lead, a few houses ahead of the others. There a house was set off from the street, beyond the vacant lot and nearly covered by bushes and shrubs. I knew there was a prize to be had at the end of that long... Read more

Worship Blog - Luc McLeod

This is a really quick and raw video blog, this is my first one and I didn’t edit it for very long because i just wanted to get one up here!

Acts 4 - Whom you would change, you must first love.

​What situations, events, or brokenness in this world would you change? Whom would you like to be changed? Change, defined by our current culture is progressive and normally moving forward to some other loosely defined reality. Little consideration is given if the outcome will be positive or negative. Could change be reflecting on tradition or events in the past that modified the course of history? Change often comes from an unexpected place, with unintended results. Peter and John were the voice of change. They appealed to everyone to remember of an event that changed the course of history, the... Read more

​Acts 3 - The Unnamed Beggar

Have you witnessed a miracle? Maybe standing bedside at the birth of your kids, you took in the moment and called it what it was: a miracle. Perhaps an unexpected gift—a tipping point toward financial breakthrough ended in a “whoa-I-never-saw-that-coming”. You can’t write it off as circumstantial or explain it away as coincidence. It’s simply miraculous.

Miracles are extraordinary acts amidst ordinary circumstances. Such is the case for the unnamed beggar introduced in Acts 3 who was crippled—literally, “from his mother’s womb”.

Just so you know, he wasn’t faking it.... Read more

Acts 2 - The Holy Spirit

Acts Chap. 2: the outpouring of the Holy Spirit.

Let’s try to quickly handle three items about this portion of Scripture:

Who is the Holy Spirit? What happened in Acts chapter 2? What does it means for us?


This is admittedly where things get mentally rigorous right off the bat, so I will keep my language as plain as possible. Even though this takes some mental wrestling, it is worth really understanding and will simply grow your love and adoration of our amazing God.

The Holy Spirit... Read more

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