As I was leaving the church today and walking home, I thought about another image for our need to regularly engage in the spiritual disciplines of prayer and scripture reading.
List of your Council members and Council Bylaws.
We are called to use all of who we are to be the light of Christ in the world and not for our own ambitions.
Moving our in-person Christmas Eve worship to an online worship due to recent rise in COVID-19 cases.
The Advent calendar of Wonders!
During Pastor Rick’s parental leave from Dec 26 through Jan 23, Grace joins in the online worship services offered by St Philip’s Lutheran Church in Etobicoke.
“Is this ever going to end?” During the past nearly two years we have individually and collectively said these words as we talked about the pandemic.
The call to rejoice is about a kind of joy that lasts beyond the unwrapping of the presents of December 25.
Repentance is about movement, letting yourself be grasped by God, getting new bearings, and relying on God for directions.
Christmas is about giving and there is much need in our local community. As such, Council is asking you to support a clothing drive for SafetyNet.
Actually, the liturgical New Year does begin with a tide of hope. But it is hope for which we have to dig.
What are you passionate about, and where does your energy lie? These are questions we were asked to think about at the member meeting on Nov. 14.
Pastor Marni Nancekivell led us in worship. In her sermon, which you can read inside, , she said: “Then, at the end of the whole Gospel he says: ‘Lo, I am with you to the end of the age’”.
Pastor Nancekivell said” The Gospel passage today is also a wake-up call. It comes from the chapter of Mark that has come to be known as “the little apocalypse.”
Pastor Marni Nancekivell led us in worship as we remembered those members who have died in the past year. Members also lighted candles in memory of loved ones who have died.
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