Vision of Salvation Studio House

 "And I, if I be lifted up will draw all men unto me". Jesus Christ ~ John 12:32​

Our desire is to advance Christianity by teaching and preaching the religious tenants, doctrines, and observances associated with the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ, according to the Holy Bible in both the Old and New Testament.​  We believe in the Baptism in the Holy Spirit with the evidence of speaking in tongues and the Gifts of the Holy Spirit to be in operation according to I Corinthians 12. 

As  a new ministry, to establish and maintain a fundamental, non-denominational church with services held in accordance with the Holy Bible.​​ Salvation Studio House is traditional and fundamental in its teaching and belief; it's presentation is uniquely different and non-traditional, using the arts as a means of communication.

​The arts provide a powerful tool in communicating the message of Jesus Christ. Through videography, script writing, drama, acting, music, theatre and illustrated messages, our aspiration is to reach not only the community of Didsbury, but also the County of Mountain View and beyond with the gospel  of Jesus Christ.

We're a  church that will not go in stealth to preach the gospel. We will at all times preach Jesus Christ and Him crucified. Romans 1:16 says; "For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ, for it is the power of God to salvation for everyone who believes". Acts 4:12 also says, "nor is there salvation in any other, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved".

Founders and Pastors Richard and Marjorie McCue

Salvation Studio House was founded in Alberta, Canada in 2015 and is presently based out of our personal residence in Didsbury, Alberta. 

​It is a new church and non-profit ministry with all proceeds directed to its vision. 

Our heritage home was built in 1903 and was part of the early residential development by settlers of the town in 1892. The community was established by a group of Mennonites along the railway, where tracts of land were offered to those who were willing to move west as part of a settlement program promoted by the Government of Canada and endorsed by the Canadian Pacific Railway.   The house survived and was unscathed by two fires in the early years that destroyed many buildings in the core of the town where our home is located.​