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Good as New

April 23, 2017 – John 20:19-31 Rev. Kristin Phillipson Just one week after having surgery to repair a broken elbow my surgeon declared me good as new: “Time to take the cast off!” he said, calling a nurse to cut through the

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Sermon : ‘Here. And There.”

An Easter Sermon,  April 16, 2017    Doug Norris Did you notice the quirky thing in the reading just now?  I mean aside from the Jesus coming back to life business, which I’ll get to in a moment.  The angel. 

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Sermon: Love is/is not a Victory March

Palm Sunday, Karen Bowles Matthew 21:1-11 We have heard the reading describing Jesus entry into Jerusalem at the beginning of the Jewish festival of the Passover – the marking of the Jews release and eventual flight from Egypt.  Tensions are

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Sermon : ‘Aching Love Rolls On’

  April 2, 2017        Doug Norris   (see reading below)   I came across an old photo this week, from five or six years ago, at the end of my last sabbatical, I was on a hike

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Artist of the Month: Kate Taylor

Kate Taylor is an abstract artist born in Cambridge, England, grew up in Oakville, Ontario and now works out of her studio in Toronto, Ontario. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Western University where she was taught painting by the internationally-renowned artist, Paterson Ewen.

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