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  • Understanding Lent

    The season of Lent starts Wednesday, March 6. Lent is not a biblical tradition, but it is observed as a way to prepare for and remember Easter — when Jesus died on the cross for our sins and then rose from the dead three days later. read more
  • The Place

    There are few more powerful verses in the Bible than John 14:1-3. Jesus speaks to each of us - individuals who know Him & believe in His work on the cross. Letting us most assuredly understand He is working on our behalf in getting a place ready in Heaven, with Him - ever with Him. A place which will, based on our uniqueness as well as His vast, intimate & complete knowledge of us, FIT just right. read more
  • The Bible's Thanksgiving Celebration

    In our Canadian culture, fall is the season where we take time to be thankful by celebrating Thanksgiving. God had the same idea long before we did, when He asked His people to celebrate Sukkot (pronounced Sue-COAT). Sukkot (also known as the Feast of Tabernacles or the Feast of Booths) is a week-long, joyful harvest holiday in which God’s people celebrate His provision in their lives. read more
  • Are You a Rester?

    Definition of resting: cease work or movement in order to relax, refresh oneself, or recover strength. So as part of following Jesus, I am called to pay special attention to pieces of my life in certain ways, which includes amongst other things – rest. Rest is that wonderfully hard-to-identify thing that God took after creating … well … everything, & not because He needed physical rest. So one might be inclined to ask – what is resting? How does one rest? How does one rest well? And why is it important? read more
  • 2018 January Congregation Meeting

    In case you missed the meeting, I want to update you on some great things we heard and learned from our time together on January 24th. read more