Worship for Sunday, April 18, 2021

Join us at 10:45 am for worship for Earth Day Sunday. Marion McKay preaches and Martin Robson is our soloist.  

Congregational Email April 15, 2021

Dear Congregants, I love snow. It brightens and refreshes. Snow storms invite comfy cocooning with a good book. And so, when I saw the forecast, I thought that I would enjoy cocooning with my computer and phone. But when I awoke to a foot of snow, my spirits were not very bright or refreshed. Although …Read more

Doubting Thomas Curriculum April 18

Curriculum April 14.21

How Fear & Doubt can Deepen our Faith                       April 11, 2021

Loraine MacKenzie Shepherd                                                         John 20:19-31 May the words of my mouth and the meditations of all of our hearts be acceptable to you, our God. This familiar passage …Read more

Worship for April 11, 2021

This is a an edited version of this Sunday’s service which was interrupted by a network problem. Loraine preaches on How Fear and Doubt Can Deepen Our Faith. Keely McPeek is our soloist.

April 8 Sunday School Story, “The Great Commission”

 

Congregational Email April 8, 2021

Dear Congregants, As we move into our season of Easter, we may remember the risen Christ appearing to two of his disciples as they were walking on the road to Emmaus. Jesus listened to them as they talked about all of the things that their rabbi, Jesus had done while he was still alive. When …Read more

Easter Sunday Worship

Easter Banner

Our Easter Sunday service included confirmation of 6 of our youth. This is an edited version of the livestream which raises some sound levels which were too low in the live version.

Easter – Seeking the Risen Christ                              April 4, 2021

Isaiah 25:6-9; Mark 16:1-8 Loraine MacKenzie Shepherd May the words of my mouth and the meditations of all our hearts be acceptable to you, our God. We are living in an extended, liminal time, on the threshold between what was and what will be. For the second year in a row, we find ourselves in …Read more

Take Ten – Day 40 by Rev. Barb jardine