We are a thoughtful caring community with a life-changing message of hope and reconciliation. Our worship and teaching are geared towards helping people grow in their relationship with God and with others. It's our desire to be an expression of what God wants humanity to look like - a community that cares for one another and for the world around them. Hope you'll check us out!
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BELLS OF PEACE - November 11 @ 4:56 pm
We are honoured to support the Royal Canadian Legion in their "Bells of Peace" initiative; a national bell ringing moment to coincide with sunset in each Canadian time zone to mark November 11th and the centennial of the end of the First World War. We will be serving hot beverages between 4:30 and 5:15 for people who want to be a part of it.
Our Christmas luncheon will be on December 9 following the morning service. This is always a wonderful time of celebration with great food and conversation. The cost is just $20 for those 13 and older; $15 for ages 6-12 and FREE for those 5 and under. To get your ticket either sign up at the church or email us at email@example.com
THE BIG GOD STORY
This is a journey our church family will take together to understand God's relationship with humanity and the invitation to be part of God's big story.
Week of Oct 21/18
Connect as a family
One evening, after dinner, bring your family together and read Acts 8:26–40. Verse 29 tells us “the Spirit told Philip.” Share with your children that the Holy Spirit also speaks to us in the natural moments of our everyday lives. Ask your children if they’ve ever felt led or nudged by the Holy Spirit. Then share a time in your life when you felt God’s Spirit leading you. Explain to your children that they can ask God to lead them through His Spirit, who uni es us as members of God’s family.
After reading the Scripture passage, discuss these questions together:
• What did God’s Spirit tell Philip to do, and how did Philip respond?
• How have you seen God’s Spirit bring people together in your faith community?
• What do you enjoy doing with your faith community?
These questions can easily extend into the rest of the week. Look for opportunities to bring conversations about how God’s Spirit unifies into your everyday life as a family.
In the home stretch ...
We're in a series called, "Finding Our Way on Route 316" using the great 3:16's of the Bible to tell story.