This week: “In his letter to the Romans, Paul offers us a wide angle view of how things really are, providing us with with a landscape view of God’s plan, and Christian life in a fallen world. This week, Rev Jim opens the book to final verses of Romans chapter 8 to find four assurances … Read more2020-08-02 Sunday Worship: “Assurance”
We have made worshiping throughout the week easier for you. Below is the Liturgy of Morning prayer (short version), and the Family Liturgy with prayers throughout the day. Please feel free to download and print them for worship at home. For Morning Prayer click HERE. For Family Prayer click HERE.
What does it mean that the Spirit intercedes for us in our weakness? Does it mean we don’t have to pray? Does it mean that God will give us the words when we are speechless? This week, Rev Jim opens the Scriptures to Romans 8.26-29 and explains that the Spirit’s intercession has a deeper meaning … Read more2020-07-26 Sunday Worship “Sovereignty”
There is not shortage of suffering in this world. We need look no further than our own families or neighbourhoods to see it. What does it mean to have hope in our suffering? What should we look for in the middle of our own pain? What “keeps us going”? Our series on Romans, Newness of … Read more2020-07-19 Sunday Worship “Future Glory”
Have you ever set your mind to a task and become completely absorbed by it? Sometimes we can be obsessed with the wrong things… things that harmful to us and to someone else. As we continue our series on Romans: Newness of Life, Postulant and GSC Bible Teacher, Mathew Seeram, invites us to set our … Read more2020-07-12 Sunday Worship: “Spirit and Flesh”
We are happy to report that we will return to church beginning July 19, 2020 @ 9am for Morning Prayer together, and alternating every other Sunday after that! We’d love to see you back. Safe measures are in place. Click here to view, download or print our “Best Practices Policy” for regathering.
If we are “free from the law of sin”, then why is it that we still struggle with sin? What can we do when we are faced with the urge to do what we know we shouldn’t do? We continue our series on Romans as Rev Jim unpacks the Apostle Paul’s struggle, and how the … Read more2020 07 05 Sunday Worship “Spirit”
What does it mean to have “newness” of life? How, if at all, can someone achieve it? What does it look like? This week, Rev. Jim opens the Word to Romans 6, and answers these questions, drawing out for us the main theme of this sermon series.
In the second half of Romans 5, Paul answers some of life’s deepest questions about evil and sin: Where does it come from? What does it do? And what’s the answer to sin? As we continue our Lectionary Series, Rev. Jim takes us on a bird’s eye view of sin, death and Jesus from Romans … Read more2020 06 21 Sunday Worship “Life and Death”
It’s easy to see the fragile nature of world peace between nations, or even peace within a culture, or even within a family. It’s not perfect. This week we begin our Lectionary Series on Romans called “Newness of Life” with a word study through the opening verses of Romans chapter 5. Discover how Jesus offers … Read more2020 06 14 Sunday Worship “Peace”