It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery.
Garry Castle talks about being free in Christ this Sunday, November 9, 2014. Hope you can join us, 10:16am at 89 Colby!
David Lyon talks about our identity as co-heirs with Christ this upcoming Sunday. Join us for the 6th week of our series “Who Am I: Finding Identity in the Great I Am”. Here are some of the verses you can read to get the mental juices flowing: Roms 8:17, Gal 3:29, Titus 3:7, Heb 6:17, James 2:5, Gal 4:4-7
See you this Sunday, October 26th, 10:18:27am @ 89 Colborne Street!
We’re embracing the fall with a new series!
This Sunday, October 5th, is week 3 in our “Who am I” journey. Thomas Peters reminds us of our identity as BELOVED CHILDREN. Come hear all about it, 10:13am at 89 Colborne St.
Come this Sunday to hear Brenda Melles speak on Acts 17:16-32 (Debating for the Cause of Jesus).
See you 10:11am at 89 Colborne St. Bring a friend, or a foe, or just someone you happen to know.
Steve Lapp on Acts 16:6-40 this Sunday. “Obeying the Spirit and ending up in Phillipi with a beating and a short stay in prison”. Curious? Come join us, 10:13am at 89 Colborne St.
The cross and resurrection of Jesus Christ is more important than cultural constructs.
This Sunday, August 24th, Josh Lyon speaks on Acts 10:1-48. The Church crosses racial divide in bringing the good news to earth. Is this something we are called to do in this modern age? Do we sacrifice our comfort and identity for the sake of the Gospel?
Come reflect on these questions with us! See you, 10:15am at 89 Colborne St.
On the third Sunday of August, we continue with our “Act Out” series… outdoors-style!
We’ll begin by gathering at 10:10am at Next Church to sing some tunes, and listen to a short vignette that summarizes our learning to date in Acts. After that, we will head to Skeleton Park (aka McBurney Park) for our potluck picnic including… “acting out” in the neighbourhood by cleaning up the streets on our way to the park, bringing sidewalk chalk etc. to the park to share with our neighbours. Bring lots of food to share – preferably salads and snacky finger foods! Out of our grateful hearts, we share what we have (food and stories) to all.
Remember to be weather-prepared and bring your own plates, blankets, cutlery, serving utensils and cups/water bottles for the potluck. It will be goooood.
Steve Lapp talks about Paul redemption (rather than conversion) in Acts 9:1-25 this Sunday, August 10th. Come hear about how just like Paul, we are saved into a mission to bring good news to people who haven’t heard.
Steve Lapp on Acts 8:26-40 this Sunday, August 3rd as we continue our Act Out series.
In Luke 24:13-35, Philip’s sharing of the good news looks an awful lot like Jesus meeting the disciples on the road to Emmaus. By writing this parallel, does Luke have a message for us? Do we respond to the Spirit’s urgings to share the good news of Christ’s death and resurrection?
We are still in the middle of our series, “Act Out: Lessons from the Early Church”. This Sunday, July 27th, Thomas Peters will speak on Acts 8:4-25. What does sharing the gospel with people with whom we are uncomfortable look like? How is the church empowered to do just that? Hope you can join us in this journey.