Pastor Jeremy 

Pastor Jeremy Langner

Hi! My name is Jeremy, and I am very excited to be your new Shared Ministry Pastor at Abundant Life Lutheran Church and Prince of Peace Lutheran Church. I have been involved in ministry most of my life, including outdoor ministry at Luther Village, youth ministry through Prairie Fire (our Synod Campus and Youth Ministry band), and our national youth gathering, CLAY (Canadian Lutheran and Anglican Youth). I love music, and I enjoy singing, song writing, and playing the piano, guitar, and bass guitar. I also love the outdoors – cycling, camping, canoeing, and skating on the river trail are a few of my favourite pastimes. My wife, Alyssa, teaches Grade One to a group of very lucky young children.

By our nature, human beings are spiritual – we long for meaning, purpose and connection. We ask questions like, “Who am I?” or “What is my purpose?” or “To what (or to whom) do I belong?” Our church doesn’t have all the answers to these questions. But we do strive to be a safe space to explore these questions.

Wherever you find yourself on your life’s journey, you are always welcome here.  


MNO Synod


Evangelical Lutheran 

Church in Canada


Luther Village


The Urban

Diocese of
Rupert's Land

Canadian Lutheran 

World Relief



North End
Sponsorship Team


Fate Communications 


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Our Mission
As people of God, we are called to share the Good News of Jesus Christ so that all may come to know His love, and to experience the Abundant Life He gives.

The life of this community of believers is diverse and rich. 
As we live out our mission we participate in a variety of ministries for all ages including:

  • Worship

  • Learning

  • Service

  • Stewardship

  • Mission

  • Outreach

  • Prayer, support and encouragement

  • Fun and fellowship

We are in full communion with the Anglican Church of Canada (ACC).

We live as a guest on Treaty One Territory, the traditional territory of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation.