Steven Flippin


Pastor Steve Flippin has served in this role here at Fellowship Baptist since July of 2014 after spending seven years ministering to a congregation in Buffalo Narrows, Saskatchewan. Steve comes from an Evangelical Free Church background and he has a passion for the Word of God and a gifting for teaching. He sees his primary role as an equipper of the saints as he opens and explains the scriptures and models the Christian life for those entrusted to his pastoral care. He believes the church is best served by expository preaching. God's people must be built up by in depth teaching of God's word.

Steve and his wife are blessed to have four wonderful children and seven grandchildren. Steve loves music and plays guitar and enjoys using that talent to worship the Lord.

Dale Tschigerl


Pastor Dale Tschigerl has served in this role here at Fellowship Baptist since September  of 2022. Dale is a graduate of The Master's Seminary in Los Angeles, California. More info to come...

Mark Holmstrom


Upon moving to Saskatoon from a farm my family located a block from the church. The church at that time was Ebenezer Baptist. We attended regularly and I attended the Sunday school programs. At the age of 13 the Lord opened my heart and mind of my own sinfulness and my need for a saviour and was saved and baptized. I continued attending the church through my teen-age and college and career years up until 1987. At that time Sandra and I were married and lived in a different area of the city and attended a church close by to us. In 1990 we moved back to this neighborhood and started attending a college and career bible study on Romans taking place in the basement of the church office. By this time Ebenezer had built a new church and sold this building and facilities to Fellowship Baptist. The study was very in depth and Sandra and I had our 1st introduction to the biblical doctrine of grace. Because of this and the teaching on Sundays and Wednesday Evenings we stayed and begin to serve in various areas eventually becoming members and after many years I was brought into leadership of the church as a deacon in 2003. The leadership structure of the church at that time had a Pastor with the occasional assistant pastor and a group of deacons who did a combination of deacon and elder duties. I served in this role up until 2015. In 2015 as we aligned the church leadership structure to more reflect the NT church with a plurality of elders I was appointed as an Elder and affirmed by the membership into that position and have served in that positions as well as many other areas of the church since. It has been an incredible blessing to watch how the Lord has been growing this church with young and older families, couples and singles from many nations all over the world desiring to know the word of God, desiring to be members and wanting to serve the Lord where each one has been gifted. Sandra and I have one daughter Lena who is married to Ben. Sandra and I have been blessed to have so many years of excellent biblical teaching from this local assembly and look forward to what the Lord may have in His great plan for His church now and eternally. Phil. 3:20 But our citizenship is in heaven, and from it we await a saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ

Shawn Loeppky


My wife Karen and I have been attending FBC since May 2017. We are blessed to have one child, our son Evan. We did not take long to settle in and make this church our home. It has been a privilege to serve as an Elder since Oct 2018. I have a passion for God’s Word and enjoy preaching and teaching. I believe that God’s Word is sufficient and inerrant. We value building relationships and love to have people in our home. I am both humbled and excited to be a part of what God is doing in and through Christ’s church. Soli Deo Gloria!

Romans 5:6-11 “For while we were weak, at the right time Christ died for the ungodly. For one will scarcely die for a righteous person- though perhaps for a good person one would dare even to die- but God shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us. Since, therefore, we have now been justified by his blood, much more shall we be saved by him from the wrath of God. For if while we were enemies we were reconciled to God by the death of his Son, much more, now that we are reconciled, shall we be saved by his life. More than that, we also rejoice in God through our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom we have now received reconciliation.”

Kyle Peters


I and my family (wife Christine, children Bryce, Caleb, and Olivia) have been attending Fellowship Baptist Church since 2017. The Lord, having placed me in a Christian home where I could hear of the saving life, death, and resurrection of Jesus, drew me to himself during my pre-teen years and from there I was baptized at age 16. This privilege has led me on the path to grow in my understanding of who God is and what He has done. I have had opportunities previously to serve in an Inner-School Christian Fellowship group, as Sunday School Superintendent and now at FBC as Elder. God has given me the desire to serve Christ and teach others and we are very grateful to serve alongside like-minded believers in the church. I enjoy the Saturday men’s studies, especially when there’s breakfast, and the fellowship we have together. I enjoy hosting bible study at our place, spending time with family, discussing theology, and camping to name a few. I strongly believe that the visible church needs a reformation regarding Reformed theology (doctrines of grace, 5 solas) and scriptural sufficiency. One of my favourite passages is 1 Peter 5:6-11 where God works through our struggles to produce strength of character.