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Vital Signs: The Continuing Story

Here are the worship songs selected by our worship team for this week: Scripture: Acts 1:1-8 Sermon: Sermon Discussion Questions:1. Acts in the ongoing story from the Gospel of Luke, speaking of specifically that it is recording the ongoing and continuous work and teachings of Jesus.Have you ever thought of your life as the ongoing…

Christmas Service 2020

Hi all, Christmas service this week will be through a live online service on Zoom.Recorded sermon will be posted here: Christmas 2020 Sermon Scripture: Luke 2:1-15 Here are some links related to this week’s announcements:• Online Giving Page

Divine Revolution: Choosing Life

Here are the worship songs selected by our worship team for this week: Scripture: Matthew 7:13-27 Sermon: Sermon Discussion Questions:1. Jesus’s examples of 2 different gates, 2 different trees, 2 followers, and 2 types of builders are difficult images, because Jesus presents that there are only two choices, his way or the way of destruction.Do…

Divine Revolution: Treasure and Worry

Here are the worship songs selected by our worship team for this week: Scripture: Matthew 6:19-34 Sermon: Sermon Discussion Questions:1. Our relationship with God can be said to be seen in how we relate with money and possessions. Read Matthew 19:21-23.Would you be able to part with your earthly treasure so that you gain heavenly…

2020 Year End Offering Cutoff

–          Offerings received by Sunday December 20th via e-transfer and mailed cheque will be counted towards 2020 giving. Anything received from Monday December 21st onwards will be counted towards 2021 giving. –          Donation records from January 1st – November 22nd, 2020 will be posted on the church website by offering number for reference, including amounts given in person, e-transfer and mailed…

Divine Revolution: Snapping the Cycle of Evil

Here are the worship songs selected by our worship team for this week: Scripture: Matthew 5:38-42 Sermon: Sermon Discussion Questions:1. Jesus teaches us to not retaliate or seek revenge against an evil person.Is this a difficult command to follow for you?Why or why not? 2. Which of the 4 illustrations Jesus gives shocks you the…