Sunday, June 23, 2024

The Importance and Danger of Moderation: We are told that moderation is a virtue, but it is easy to call for moderation when you are in a place of comfort and privilege. This week we will look at a number of passages of scripture and consider how they could be used to both help and to harm and discern together what it means to listen to the Spirit as a community. 

Sunday, June 16, 2024

This Sunday we open up our nine-part series on one of the most difficult books of the Old Testament. Devon explores how the uncomfortable and abstract nature of Ecclesiastes is intentionally present, and also an essential aspect of the teaching of this book. 

Sunday, June 09, 2024

We invite you to join us for an interactive Service & Learning Reflection morning this Sunday! We’ll be gathering at 22 Willow for our usual worship and announcements (some might now know this as the Half-time Show). Then, instead of sending the kids off to KidsQuest, we will ALL be participating in various reflective activities around the church!

Come prepared to engage in painting, planting, and a mindful prayer walk as part of our worship together. Additionally, we’re conducting a collection for the Food Bank of Waterloo Region. If you’re able, please bring some of their top-requested items, such as canned fruits, vegetables, meats, and fish; rice; or individually wrapped snacks.

Sunday, June 2, 2024

The Youth are taking over our regular gathering!

They will be commandeering over the welcome and greetings, worship, communion, announcements, kids dismissal, and teaching. Tessa and Parker will be speaking about Jesus as the embodiment of God living a life to the fullest through humility and surrender, capturing the essence of Philippians 2:5-11. 

Join us as we celebrate together and huge thanks to the regular KidsQuest volunteers who will still be caring for the younger members of our community during this special service.

Sunday, May 26, 2024

This Sunday, we’re continuing our 2-week ‘Church as a Common Collective’ series with a look at how God can bring beauty out of brokenness. Join us as Mel, Shane, and Sophie each share their own story about God’s providence in times of despair.