What is “Come Alive”?

The Come Alive Gospel Fest started with a vision. A vision to bring unity to the people within the Peace Region through gospel music. Our committee wanted to provide a venue for Christian Artists of all musical styles to share their music and bring people together.

Our goal is to make it a family friendly event.


Admittance to the festival is by donation:

We do not charge a ticket price but rely on generosity of attendees. We are thankful for the support received by local businesses, churches, individuals.

There will be a donation box on site which can be used at any time during the festival. Charitable donation receipts can be provided by mail or e-mail for donations of $100 or more. If you would like to receive a receipt please ensure full contact information is included with your donation. Cheques can be made payable to: Peace River Alliance Church. Please mark " Come Alive" Gospel Fest on the memo portion of your cheque. 



Contact your hosts, Chad and Gloria Vion, at Northern Timbers RV Park and Campground to book a camp site. You can reach them at: # 780-219-9500 or

Their rates are as follows:

Dry Camping $19.05 per night, $28.58 for power and water and $38.10 per night for a full service.

Dogs are allowed at the Northern Timbers RV Campground festival site. They must be on a leash at all times and picked up after. Thank you!



Our vendors for this years festival are:

Tammy's Kitchen and Munchie Patrol 

Tammy's Kitchen's menu will include - Hamburgers, Hot Dogs and more.

Munchie Patrol's menu will include - Hot Dogs, Cotton Candy, Ice cream and more.


What to bring:

Lawn chairs, sunscreen, donation and a smile… There will be large tents onsite in case of inclement weather.



We could not host an event like this without all of our wonderful volunteers. If you are available to volunteer again or for the first time this year, even if it is only for a few hours, please contact Sheila Lougheed at or call 780-624-2413.

Shiela will be able to tell you what positions need to be filled and help you find a role that suits you. 


Fund Raising for Charities:


The Peace River Soup Kitchen: is an effective program which helps to reduce poverty in our community. The soup kitchen began as a group effort between the poverty action committee and concerned members of the community in conjunction with several local restaurants, churches, businesses and organizations. Their vision is to see the entire community participate in this initiative.

The "Picnic in the Park” program is one that is unique in that it works alongside the Peace River Soup Kitchen in that it helps to feed the homeless in Peace River with a barbeque in the Twelve Foot Davis Park each Thursday from April – October. Many volunteers give of their time and are committed to making this program a reality in our community.

Riverside Bible Camp: Since 1939, Riverside Bible Camp has been changing lives of not only our youth, but people of all ages, by offering weekend/weeklong, family retreats and children’s camps. The programs are especially geared towards children and endeavour to bring young people an understanding of God, and of His will for men as revealed in the teaching of Jesus.

CIAM Peace Valley Radio 101.7: is a listener supported non-commercial broadcast; one of the few radio stations that does not charge broadcasters for airtime. In 2003, CIAM radio was approved by the CRTC as the first broadcast of its kind in Alberta. It also broadcasts to 22 locations in Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia.


Youth For Christ: YFC has over 800 staff reaching out to nearly 200,000 youth across Canada and by God’s grace continues to grow. It is with great excitement that Youth For Christ welcomes Kahala Enns who will be playing a key role of Affiliate Director for the Peace Country YFC. She will be launching new ministries to reach unchurched youth in our area. The goal is to see transformed youth who transform their communities.