Current Sunday Sermon Series
Cornerstones. Nowadays we see them mostly as big decorative plaques on the prominent corners of buildings. I chuckle when I see them, for they're not like real cornerstones at all. When buildings were built with stone foundations and walls, they were set according to the cornerstones: Massive anchors and guides for setting the true outlines from which rose walls of impressive height and strength.
You and I need cornerstones in our lives: Large, grounding and orienting truths that give the walls and courses of our lives direction, shape and meaning. Philosopher Zygmunt Baumann talks about our "liquid modern world" in which nothing is set, all things are fluid, in motion and undergoing constant change. For some and for a time, this all seems quite dynamic and exciting. After a time, however, we grow weary and even beat up with the never ending waves of change...especially when they crash unwelcome onto the deck of our lives making a mess of everything. Such fluidity is not longer fun as we long for the stability of solid rock beneath our feet.
Jesus and the Scriptures are called The Rock. What are the four cornerstones they set out as the perimeters of our lives? How do they protect and guide? How do they create the safe space for healthy life and growth?
Join us for these foundational studies discovering again the solid truths which ground, guide and even liberate us:
- Sunday, Mar. 26 - Cornerstone #2: Saving Faith
- Sunday, Apr. 02 - Cornerstone #3: Sanctifying Faith
- Sunday, Apr. 09 - Cornerstone #4: Serving Faith
- Good Friday, April 14 - Cornerstone #1: Sacrificing Faith
Then, on Easter Sunday, April 16, join us as Jews for Jesus Canada come to share a special service looking at Jesus' life, death and resurrection from a Messianic perspective!
This is your invitation to join us on this journey.
Sunday Service begins at 10:30a.m.
Children and Junior Church 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.