Congregational Study and Reflection

Congregational Study and Reflection

Led by Pastor Rick on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 pm a discussion group has been meeting to talk over issues arising out of two publications by Kelly Fryer with titles: Reclaiming the “L” Word, and Reclaiming the “C” Word. Kelly Fryer aims to remind Lutherans of...
CLAY

CLAY

You can’t be a Christian alone. Young Christians from across Canada gathered in Thunder Bay for an experience called “threads”. The organizer, CLAY, has been bringing together Lutheran and Anglican Youth for many years. Matthew and Jakob Eberley and Katherine Phoenix...
Wednesday Bible Study

Wednesday Bible Study

God speaks to us in many ways and guides our journey through life and in ministry. The primary way that God speaks to us is through the Scriptures. On Wednesday mornings, for 90 minutes, between 5 to 8 people gather to talk with each other, but to also listen. We...
Congregational Study and Reflection

Congregational Study and Reflection

“On Christ, the solid rock, I stand; all other ground is sinking sand, all other ground is sinking sand.” There are many hymns that speak of our need to ground our faith and actions in Christ. Christ is the foundation upon which the Church is built. A good foundation...
Conversations with Martin Luther’s small catechism

Conversations with Martin Luther’s small catechism

During Lent 2018, a group of 10-12 determined Lutherans gathered to have adult conversations about Luther’s Small Catechism. Fifty or sixty years of life’s experiences provide a different perspective than when you were 14 years old. The questions are harder and, in...
Provoke Each Other to Acts of Love

Provoke Each Other to Acts of Love

Grace was blessed by a visit by Bishop Pryse on Sunday, Nov 18.  Bishop Pryse reminded us that members of a church should motivate (provoke) each other to acts of love and good works.  Imagine a church where we challenge one another to find ways to love others! ...

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