Sunday, June 4, 2023

This Sunday, we will turn our attention to the ancient practice of baptism. Why do we do it and what meaning does it carry for us as individuals and as a community? We will explore three main aspects of baptism.

Sunday, May 28, 2023

It’s Pentecost Sunday. It’s the birth of the Church and the end of the Easter season. We’ll be wrapping up this Tabled series by pulling together some developing themes around the Eucharist table. If God is the host, then the table is not ours; it is Christ’s. And if the character of God is one of generosity and an open embrace, then everyone is invited to come and eat. Stemming from this, we’ll consider the question, ‘what actually happens at the table?’ What is this communion meal about, and how can we open ourselves up to receive more than bread and wine?

Sunday, May 21, 2023

We continue in our series called Tabled. This week we turn our focus to the peacemaking power of food. At the centre of this idea is sharing food together, and yet, we can broadly sketch out a great number of injustices – historical and present day – that surround and surface from food.

This Sunday we will map out some of the ways justice is lacking when it comes to food before we pivot toward peacemaking.

Sunday, May 14, 2023

This Sunday we are participating in Service & Learning.

This means that we will have no service at 9 a.m. Details regarding your options for participation and registration can be accessed here.

Sunday, May 07, 2023

This coming Sunday we will be continuing our Tabled series by taking some time to explore the meaning and significance found when we gather around the Eucharist Table. What does this invitation to come, receive and remember mean for us today? In what ways does our approach to the Eucharist table reflect our calling to follow Christ in extending an open table to all? 
Our kids will be staying with us for the service and so our shortened sermon around this theme will be crafted with them in mind as well. Kids of all ages will also be invited to receive and participate in communion together with the adults. If children and/or their parents or guardians do not feel ready to participate in this way, there is no pressure at all – but rather an open invitation.