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1050 Danforth Ave
Toronto, ON, M4J 1M2

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Current Sunday Sermon Series

What is the work of the Holy Spirit? What does He do that is distinctive from that of the Father and the Son? What kinds of work is He seeking to do in our lives? How do we listen, obey, cooperate and rejoice fully in the Holy Spirit? How can we walk in the maximum blessings of God? 

We can define His work like this: The work of the Holy Spirit is to manifest the presence of God in the world, and especially the Church (Wayne Grudem, Systematic Theology)He works to complete and sustain what the Father has planned, and what the Son has begun and made possible by His sacrificial work. Because God is good, He wants to bless. This means the Holy Spirit seeks to make the presence of God manifest to us, among us, through us. And true biblical blessing is always attached to - yes, inseparable from - the presence of God! 

In this October sermon series we'll explore all this and especially these four aspects of His work, even while we break in the middle on the 15th to celebrate His faithfulness to us for the past 95 years: 

  • Oct. 1 - The Holy Spirit: He Empowers  (Communion on the 1st Sunday of each month!) 
  • Oct. 8 - The Holy Spirit: He Purifies
  • Oct. 15 - Celebrating DCC's 95th Anniversary with special guest speaker Rev. David Wells, PAOC General Superintendent!       NOTE that our Anniversary Service begins at 10:00 am (instead of 10:30 am). 
  • Oct. 22 - The Holy Spirit: He Reveals 
  • Oct. 29 - The Holy Spirit: He Unifies

Join us on this faith journey in Jesus at 10:00 for coffee/tea and worship starting at 10:30 each Sunday! 


Sunday Service begins at 10:30a.m.

Nursery & Children's Church (ages 3-12) available. 

 

We take the Bible as its all-sufficient source of faith and practice, and subscribe to the historic creeds of the universal Church. In common with historical, evangelical Christianity, we emphasize Christ as Saviour and coming King. We also present Christ as Healer and the Pentecostal position that His promised baptism in the Holy Spirit is needed for full Spirit-empowered life today.