Bible Study

It is the understanding of the congregation and staff team at Rosedale United that the Scriptures (The Old and New Testaments of the Bible) are a foundational text for our life as a community of faith.  They are not the only texts, and we will often look to other literature and sources of wisdom, but these texts are our starting point.

Our principal opportunities for study of the Bible are Sunday morning readings and sermons, and occasional evening study sessions.

Most often our readings are drawn from the Lectionary, an ecumenical, three year cycle of weekly readings.  Occasionally the preacher for that week will select different readings.

If you have specific questions and would like a conversation with one of our clergy, always pleased to respond, please contact Doug Norris, Karen Bowles, or Kristin Philipson.

 

 


Welcome!

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.

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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