This Sunday we will continue looking at the parables. Matthew 20:1-16 will be our focus. Here we see the power of grace and the upside-down nature of the kingdom of God. Jesus says: “the last will be first, and the first will be last”, and He means it. This passage reminds us that when we…

Read more

This Sunday is the first Sunday in the season of Lent. Lent is the 40 days leading up to Good Friday and finds its completion on Easter Day. We will be looking at the Parable of the Lost Coin from Luke 15: 8-10. Here we see (similar to the Prodigal Son) that God is forever…

Read more

On a day we celebrate love in the secular calendar – Valentine’s Day – we will be looking at a great act of love in the scriptures. The Good Samaritan (Luke 10: 25-37) still speaks to us today about who our neighbour is, and who are we called to love. The answer of course is…

Read more

This week we will be looking at the Parable of the Prodigal Son from Luke 15:11-32. This Parable is the Gospel in a nutshell. It reminds us that God loves us no matter what, and that God is forever waiting for us to return home to Him. God always has His arms open wide awaiting…

Read more

This week we will be looking at the Parable of the Sower found in Luke 8: 4-15. We are all likely a little bit of each of the 4 kinds of soil from the parable. The key is to never stop working at having a heart that is “good soil”; soil that hears, accepts, and…

Read more

This Sunday we will be looking at John 1:43-51 and Jesus calling disciples. Nathaniel shows us a powerful example of experiencing a change of heart.  In one moment he wonders if anything good can come from Nazareth (where Jesus is from) and in the next he is calling Jesus the Son of God and King of…

Read more

This Sunday we will be looking at Jesus’ Baptism. Next week we will look at Jesus calling His disciples (John 1: 43-51) followed by Jesus’ Parables beginning on the 24th. For Sunday, Mark 1:4-11 paints a powerful picture of when Jesus was baptised. At Jesus’ baptism the Holy Spirit descends, and God speaks. We are…

Read more

Happy New Year!  We wish each and everyone of you a happy and healthy 2021! Thank you for joining us!  We are happy to have Carolyn Morris returning this week with a look at Ephesians 4:32.  Jesus is looking for our personal involvement in caring for one another but sometimes we have excuses. Join us…

Read more

Merry Christmas!  Glory to the new born King! Real Peace.  The kind of peace that makes you breathe a sigh of relief.  The kind of peace the reminds us that we are never alone.  And the kind of peace to be celebrated and shared. This week Carolyn Morris will be taking a look at John…

Read more