Rev. Jonathan is off this week for Spring Break, we are very happy to welcome Rev. Keith Boyer who will be bringing us his message based on Mark 2:21-22.  Jesus’ observation in not putting new wine in old wineskins. Carolyn Morris will be filling in at Family Time, you never know what interesting lesson she…

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We continue to celebrate new and everlasting life this Easter season as we look at John 15:1-17. Jesus paints this beautiful picture of a vine and gardener, where God is the loving gardener. Through Lent we had vines in our worship space representing how the concerns of this world often encroach upon us and hold…

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Please be sure to head to our You Tube channel  at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=niuk9VG3jEU  to watch our Good Friday Ecumenical Service streaming now. Hallelujah He is risen! Hallelujah He is risen indeed! This Sunday we celebrate Easter, Communion, and new and everlasting life in Jesus Christ our Lord. Because of Covid we may not have the kind…

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This Sunday we enter into Holy Week with the celebration of Palm Sunday. This is a week like no other.  It is the deepest and richest time of the year. It’s a time to expect the unexpected. Jesus arrives to shouts of “Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!” And he…

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This Sunday we conclude our look at the Parables of Jesus with a consideration of the cost of discipleship. It’s fitting that we look at the cost of discipleship as we prepare to enter into Holy Week next Sunday with Palm Sunday. Jesus was willing to pay it all by going to the cross on…

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This Sunday we will be looking at the Parable of the Talents from Matthew 25: 14-30. God doesn’t ever want us to live from a place of fear. We are to grow all that God blesses us with for benefit of the Kingdom and others. Whether we have lots or little, we are to use…

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The Parable of the Shrewd Manger found in Luke 16 is our focus this Sunday. The word shrewd often has negative connotations, but not here. Jesus seems to be uplifting shrewdness as an admirable quality. Can we be shrewd and caring at the same time? For sure we can, in fact, being caring can be…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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