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1050 Danforth Ave
Toronto, ON, M4J 1M2
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Events

The God Questions: Is God Real?
Apr
28
10:30 AM10:30

The God Questions: Is God Real?

Everyone has questions about God. Even those who don’t believe. (e.g. “How can you believe that?!)

The question is, how do we find not just opinions, but reliable answers to these questions?

Would you like a video preview of this Sunday’s question? Click HERE!

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a home made bite to enjoy with fellowship before service downstairs. Worship starts upstairs at 10:30. Hope to see you this Sunday! You are invited!

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The God Questions: Is the Bible True?
May
5
10:30 AM10:30

The God Questions: Is the Bible True?

Everyone has questions about God. Even those who don’t believe. (e.g. “How can you believe that?!)

The question is, how do we find not just opinions, but reliable answers to these questions?

Would you like a video preview of this Sunday’s question? Click HERE!

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a home made bite to enjoy with fellowship before service downstairs. Worship starts upstairs at 10:30. Hope to see you this Sunday! You are invited!

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The God Questions: If God is Good, Why Is There So Much Suffering?
May
19
10:30 AM10:30

The God Questions: If God is Good, Why Is There So Much Suffering?

Everyone has questions about God. Even those who don’t believe. (e.g. “How can you believe that?!)

The question is, how do we find not just opinions, but reliable answers to these questions?

Would you like a video preview of this Sunday’s question? Click HERE!

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a home made bite to enjoy with fellowship before service downstairs. Worship starts upstairs at 10:30. Hope to see you this Sunday! You are invited!

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The God Question: Is There Really Only One Way To Heaven?
May
26
10:30 AM10:30

The God Question: Is There Really Only One Way To Heaven?

Everyone has questions about God. Even those who don’t believe. (e.g. “How can you believe that?!)

The question is, how do we find not just opinions, but reliable answers to these questions?

Would you like a video preview of this Sunday’s question? Click HERE!

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a home made bite to enjoy with fellowship before service downstairs. Worship starts upstairs at 10:30. Hope to see you this Sunday! You are invited!

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The God Questions: What Happens When I Die?
Jun
9
10:30 AM10:30

The God Questions: What Happens When I Die?

Everyone has questions about God. Even those who don’t believe. (e.g. “How can you believe that?!)

The question is, how do we find not just opinions, but reliable answers to these questions?

Would you like a video preview of this Sunday’s question? Click HERE!

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a home made bite to enjoy with fellowship before service downstairs. Worship starts upstairs at 10:30. Hope to see you this Sunday! You are invited!

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The God Questions: Evolution or Creation - Which is Correct?
Jun
16
10:30 AM10:30

The God Questions: Evolution or Creation - Which is Correct?

Everyone has questions about God. Even those who don’t believe. (e.g. “How can you believe that?!)

The question is, how do we find not just opinions, but reliable answers to these questions?

Would you like a video preview of this Sunday’s question? Click HERE!

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a home made bite to enjoy with fellowship before service downstairs. Worship starts upstairs at 10:30. Hope to see you this Sunday! You are invited!

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Why is His Resurrection A Big Deal for You?
Apr
21
10:30 AM10:30

Why is His Resurrection A Big Deal for You?

It was a joyous occasion. A beautiful sunny day. People were shouting and waving palm branches. Children were overcome with joy as their parents and other adults left their work and responsibilities to join in the festive atmosphere. Dust was in the air from so many feet. Some heard others, and took up the chant welcoming a victor, and new king: Hosanna!

He came. Riding on a donkey. The symbol of a peaceful victor. Not one to be feared, but one in whom our fears were relieved. Fear of a foreign oppressor dispelled in the hope placed in him: He will free us from soldiers, from taxation, from occupation. He will liberate us. We’ll have our own good king again. Not the half-breed kings, lackeys of the Romans, getting rich off our backs. He’ll set us free.

He rode. He smiled. He enjoyed. It was a gentle smile. It was a mild joy. Like he knew something the crowd didn’t. He saw their hopes, their dreams. He felt their anticipation and desire. They’d been hoping. They’d been waiting. For so long they’d been waiting.

This is a taste, a teaser, for our Easter sermon series, The Real Stories of Easter:

·         April 14 (Palm Sunday) “Why did the crowd go wild?”

·         April 18 (Good Friday) “Why did they want to kill him?”

·         April 21 (Easter Sunday) “Why is His resurrection a big deal for you?”

Each will be presented as a story, and each is built around a question. This sermon series is both for you, believer, and for your not-yet-believing friends and family, too.

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Why Did They Want to Kill Him?
Apr
19
10:30 AM10:30

Why Did They Want to Kill Him?

It was a joyous occasion. A beautiful sunny day. People were shouting and waving palm branches. Children were overcome with joy as their parents and other adults left their work and responsibilities to join in the festive atmosphere. Dust was in the air from so many feet. Some heard others, and took up the chant welcoming a victor, and new king: Hosanna!

He came. Riding on a donkey. The symbol of a peaceful victor. Not one to be feared, but one in whom our fears were relieved. Fear of a foreign oppressor dispelled in the hope placed in him: He will free us from soldiers, from taxation, from occupation. He will liberate us. We’ll have our own good king again. Not the half-breed kings, lackeys of the Romans, getting rich off our backs. He’ll set us free.

He rode. He smiled. He enjoyed. It was a gentle smile. It was a mild joy. Like he knew something the crowd didn’t. He saw their hopes, their dreams. He felt their anticipation and desire. They’d been hoping. They’d been waiting. For so long they’d been waiting.

This is a taste, a teaser, for our Easter sermon series, The Real Stories of Easter:

·         April 14 (Palm Sunday) “Why did the crowd go wild?”

·         April 18 (Good Friday) “Why did they want to kill him?”

·         April 21 (Easter Sunday) “Why is His resurrection a big deal for you?”

Each will be presented as a story, and each is built around a question. This sermon series is both for you, believer, and for your not-yet-believing friends and family, too.

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Why Did The Crowd Go Wild?
Apr
14
10:30 AM10:30

Why Did The Crowd Go Wild?

It was a joyous occasion. A beautiful sunny day. People were shouting and waving palm branches. Children were overcome with joy as their parents and other adults left their work and responsibilities to join in the festive atmosphere. Dust was in the air from so many feet. Some heard others, and took up the chant welcoming a victor, and new king: Hosanna!

He came. Riding on a donkey. The symbol of a peaceful victor. Not one to be feared, but one in whom our fears were relieved. Fear of a foreign oppressor dispelled in the hope placed in him: He will free us from soldiers, from taxation, from occupation. He will liberate us. We’ll have our own good king again. Not the half-breed kings, lackeys of the Romans, getting rich off our backs. He’ll set us free.

He rode. He smiled. He enjoyed. It was a gentle smile. It was a mild joy. Like he knew something the crowd didn’t. He saw their hopes, their dreams. He felt their anticipation and desire. They’d been hoping. They’d been waiting. For so long they’d been waiting.

This is a taste, a teaser, for our Easter sermon series, The Real Stories of Easter:

·         April 14 (Palm Sunday) “Why did the crowd go wild?”

·         April 18 (Good Friday) “Why did they want to kill him?”

·         April 21 (Easter Sunday) “Why is His resurrection a big deal for you?”

Each will be presented as a story, and each is built around a question. This sermon series is both for you, believer, and for your not-yet-believing friends and family, too.

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Philippians: Joy No Matter What! #Contentment
Apr
7
10:30 AM10:30

Philippians: Joy No Matter What! #Contentment

#NoMatterWhat. That’s right: No matter what, you can have JOY.

Philippians is the Spirit’s letter by Paul to the believers at Philippi in what was then Macedonia, today Northern Greece. Written some 2,000 years ago, it’s still relevant to us today. How?

Life is filled with challenges. It always is. Yet God both gives and communicates to us what we need to know and practice, ensuring our joy in all of life’s ups and downs, especially in this letter that’s filled with joy despite difficulties. Happiness is circumstantial; joy is drawn from a different - and deep - well!

This series we’ll journey together to discover joy in all these areas:

  • March 3 - Circumstances, Philippians 1:1-30

  • March 10 - Attitudes, Philippians 2:1-18

  • March 17 - Relationships, Philippians 2:19-30 & 4:2-3

  • March 24 - Efforts, Philippians 3:1-21

  • March 31 - Pursuits, Philippians 4:1-9

  • April 07 - Contentment, Philippians 4:10-23

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a bite to enjoy with fellowship before service downstairs. Worship starts upstairs at 10:30. Hope to see you this Sunday! You are invited!

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Philippians: Joy No Matter What! #Pursuits
Mar
31
10:30 AM10:30

Philippians: Joy No Matter What! #Pursuits

#NoMatterWhat. That’s right: No matter what, you can have JOY.

Philippians is the Spirit’s letter by Paul to the believers at Philippi in what was then Macedonia, today Northern Greece. Written some 2,000 years ago, it’s still relevant to us today. How?

Life is filled with challenges. It always is. Yet God both gives and communicates to us what we need to know and practice, ensuring our joy in all of life’s ups and downs, especially in this letter that’s filled with joy despite difficulties. Happiness is circumstantial; joy is drawn from a different - and deep - well!

This series we’ll journey together to discover joy in all these areas:

  • March 3 - Circumstances, Philippians 1:1-30

  • March 10 - Attitudes, Philippians 2:1-18

  • March 17 - Relationships, Philippians 2:19-30 & 4:2-3

  • March 24 - Efforts, Philippians 3:1-21

  • March 31 - Pursuits, Philippians 4:1-9

  • April 07 - Contentment, Philippians 4:10-23

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a bite to enjoy with fellowship before service downstairs. Worship starts upstairs at 10:30. Hope to see you this Sunday! You are invited!

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Philippians: Joy No Matter What! #Efforts
Mar
24
10:30 AM10:30

Philippians: Joy No Matter What! #Efforts

#NoMatterWhat. That’s right: No matter what, you can have JOY.

Philippians is the Spirit’s letter by Paul to the believers at Philippi in what was then Macedonia, today Northern Greece. Written some 2,000 years ago, it’s still relevant to us today. How?

Life is filled with challenges. It always is. Yet God both gives and communicates to us what we need to know and practice, ensuring our joy in all of life’s ups and downs, especially in this letter that’s filled with joy despite difficulties. Happiness is circumstantial; joy is drawn from a different - and deep - well!

This series we’ll journey together to discover joy in all these areas:

  • March 3 - Circumstances, Philippians 1:1-30

  • March 10 - Attitudes, Philippians 2:1-18

  • March 17 - Relationships, Philippians 2:19-30 & 4:2-3

  • March 24 - Efforts, Philippians 3:1-21

  • March 31 - Pursuits, Philippians 4:1-9

  • April 07 - Contentment, Philippians 4:10-23

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a bite to enjoy with fellowship before service downstairs. Worship starts upstairs at 10:30. Hope to see you this Sunday! You are invited!

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