Sundays in August, while staff members are on vacation, we will not have services, but members are invited to join with the Rosedale Presbyterian Church, 10:30 am, at South Drive and Mt Pleasant.
Our next service here will be Labour Day weekend, Sunday September 4, 10:30am, with Doug Norris preaching, offering Communion. ‘Return For Refund’ (See the readings for that week here)
Sunday School and nursery care are offered each week.
Janet Zenwirt July 10, 2016
This morning, I invite you to join me on a trip down the Jericho Road.
Today’s gospel reading is a familiar one: the parable of the Good Samaritan. It has become part of the cultural lexicon. Stories speak to our souls and Jesus, the teacher, realized this. This is a multi-layered story. Here is one interpretation. Read more ›
Some day, somebody’s going to come in here and call our bluff. Maybe today, maybe one of you. Somebody’s going to stand up in a pew, maybe during the sermon, or a prayer, and say ‘Excuse me! Excuse me! This makes no sense. You want me to follow this Jesus, right ?‘ I’ll say, ‘Yes, that’s right.’ ‘To see him as a companion on my journey, right?‘ And I’ll say ‘Yes, that’s right.’ ‘Well, I can’t see him! He’s not here! Show him to me!‘ And I’ll say ‘I can’t’ Read more ›
Rev. Kristin Philipson June 19, 2016 – Father’s Day Galatians 3:23-29
Shortly after we moved into our house the city planted a maple tree in our front yard and at our next-door neighbour’s. Our yards both face the same direction, the trees were the same variety, and when they were planted they were about the same height, but ten years later our tree is flourishing and shades the front window of our house while our neighbour’s tree has hardly grown at all; you’d think it had just been planted. When my neighbour and I happen to be out front at the same time I always make sure to compliment her on the other parts of her garden, out of a sense of pity – it’s so free of weeds, I might say. I never mention the huge difference in the size of our trees, though maybe I should. Is it better to overlook differences or to name them? Read more ›