The more we eat together, together, together, the more we eat together… Join us on Sunday, April 17, 2016 @ 12pm after service for our monthly community potluck. All welcome.
Look forward to a Good Friday service, labyrinth walk (throughout the weekend), sunrise service, community breakfast and Sunday morning celebration.
If you can help volunteer with any of these events, particularly Saturday for the labyrinth, email Josh Lyon by clicking here.
More details to come! Follow along on Facebook and twitter: #Easter2016
What do the Scriptures really say? Weren’t they put together by a bunch of political elites thousands of years ago? Is the Bible relevant for society or is it relative to the whims of the one reading it?
These are some of the questions we hope to unpack as we learn to unlock the Bible together on Sunday mornings. Join us! 10:10am – 89 Colborne St.
This Sunday starts our new season (kinda like “new years” without the cold)! We will be spending the next two sundays re-connecting with our vision for “seeing what God is doing and joining in however we can” – hope you can join us. 89 Colborne St – 10:10am.
This Sunday, August 9th, our service will be about an hour and be for all ages. Children and adults can worship upstairs together. We also plan to end earlier than normal (which should give time for those interested to attend Rustle for the next sermon on Boundaries with Anna Paolucci).
- August 2nd – Service at 10:10am
- August 4th – Prayer(ogies) at 7:00am
This Sunday (June 24, 2015) join us for service and lunch at Echo Lake at 10:30am. As part of our -usually- annual retreat, the space is a beautiful setting to consider how we can grow in our understanding of love for God and each other.
If you’d like to come but require a ride, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or text 613-483-2811.
Directions can be found here or posted on the church door over the weekend. We hope you can make it!
Our summer sermon series (which started last week) has a new name! Come along with us in this “Ordinary Time” as we hear “Stories from One and Two Samuel” in the order of the Revised Common Lectionary.
Want to read the Scriptures which underscore our teachings in this season? Click here for a weekly Old Testament, Pslam, Gospel, Epistle reading.
As a helpful hint: think of the Old Testament readings as God revealing himself to humanity; with the teachings and example of Jesus and our ability to live life in the power of the Spirit being found in the New Testament readings; and the Psalms as a form of a prayer.
Sunday services are at 10:10am. Hope to see you there!
Follow along with our summer sermon series on Samuel by reading the Scriptures listed below and on this Lectionary website (that includes the weekly Psalm, Gospel and Epistle). To God be the glory!