Next Sunday Service: Sept 24 at 10:30 am – Rev. Doug Norris Preaching.
‘Thirsty As Grasses’ September 24, 2017 Doug Norris
In every version of every faith, there is a test that must be met. Is there a being, is there a presence, is there an energy, is there a source in the universe which can be trusted, who can be trusted, to be generous and sustaining? Or are we alone? Will we find what we need to make the journey? read more…
Join us each Sunday morning for our 10:30 service – followed by hot coffee and warm conversation. In addition to peaceful sanctuary and thoughtful teachings, our Sunday service feature the fine voices of the Rosedale United choir.
New for the Fall, beginning September 29th, each Friday morning at 7:30 am, we offer a simple gathering for some song, prayer, and Communion. Geared for those with busy weekends ahead, our Friday morning chapel service is a time and space for peace and contemplation.
September 17, 2017 , Rev. Karen Bowles Exodus 14:19-31, Matthew18:21-35 (click to hear audio of sermon) Georgia Berk and Nina McQuillen also spoke, of their summer canoe trip, part of a reconciliation journey with aboriginal youth, click to hear them (text below)
What a power of a story. The Red Sea parting at the outstretched arm of Moses held up by God! God in a pillar of cloud commanding nature to act and using man as his agent. Enemy tossed and drowned and entirely wiped out in God’s righteous anger. Stories like this have informed and inpsired and sometimes infuriated as long as we have been telling stories. read more…
You are welcome here!
We are a dynamic and Affirming congregation of the United Church of Canada, with a tradition of strong preaching, fine music, and compassionate outreach.
There is a welcome here for people of all sexual orientations and gender identities, racial and ethnic backgrounds, family configurations, abilities, and economic status to attend, join, celebrate life passages, and participate with us in the call to learn, grow and serve as disciples of Christ.
Listen to the choir
September in our Art Gallery
The Artists’ Network features some eight artists whose works acknowledge Canada’s 150th year, each reflecting on the spirit of Canada. Of past, present and future, of myth and reality, their images interpret the perceptions and dreams of the earliest ancient inhabitants through to the multi-ethnic mosaic of today’s city-dwellers.