In order to do our part to protect the community from the spread of COVID-19, we are moving our worship service from our public space to a FACEBOOK LIVE event at our regular time (Sundays 11:00 am). Click Here to access our live feed.
It probably should have happened a long time ago, but Keele now has a Twitter account.
The reason why we have finally left the tree and soared off into the Twitterverse is to aid in connecting us while we have to livestream our services as a result of COVID-19. It is our hope that the congregation can interact with the service and send prayer requests, questions, and just encouragement that you are out there and we are still together.
It is time for you to get your own twitter account. Just go to Twitter and sign up for your free account, then follow us @ChurchKeele. If you already have an account, you know what to do!
Have you ever been in an earthquake? I have. A few minor ones here in Toronto. That strange, oscillating, movement of a foundation that is usually solid and dependable, messes with you. It makes your body betray you. It radiates a signal that sends your nervous system into a panic.
Have you ever seen a tornado, up close and personal? I have. I was in a security trailer, at Sheppard and Weston, as I watched a tornado rip a bus shelter out of its concrete anchors (I never did see where it deposited it). I saw it rip the roof off a factory building directly across from me, like it was the perforated cardboard top off a Kleenex box. All this happened as close as 50 metres from my not-so-secure location.
Some things we experience make our legs feel wobbly and our world feel wobblier still. Like, for example, mountains quaking and falling into the heart of the sea and the tsunami that follows. (Psalm 46:2-3).
not the stuff we normally experience. This isn’t the kind of thing we have reference
points for that help us file our experiences under the “Not to worry, I’ve seen
this before!” category.
wouldn’t surprise me if we all had wobbly legs right now. I know that I, at
least, do. It all boils down to not having a category to file all the rapid-fire,
shifting, quaking flood of changes and information that both surrounds and isolates
us. It is all a bit overwhelming, isn’t
Dear Attenders at Keele: We have some good news and some bad news. The good news is that we have finished paying off our loan for the new roof on our addition. The bad news is that we have to finally, after over 100 years, replace the slate roof on the original building. Unfortunately the slate has become a danger and we can no longer repair it.
As a result we asked for quotes from various roofers and have been in talks with the city since the building is listed as a heritage property, this past Sunday (June 21) we made our decision and we are going to have the same steel roof installed that we used on the addition. In order to do that, we are going to have the slate removed. The cost is going to be close to $50,000. We know this is a large expense, but it is also an inescapable expense. Please be praying about how you can support this new project and help keep the property both safe and in good repair.
As of the end of May we have raised $23,320.00! Praise the Lord and everyone who has been so generous!
This Wednesday (April 12) our Bible Study Group (and whoever else wants to come) will be going to see “The Case for Christ” movie. The buzz is good, and for those who have read many of Lee Strobel’s books and who know his story, this should be a “must-see” movie. Come for a fun night and at meet us at the movies!
3555 Highway 7 West (@ Hwy 400)
Wed. 6:55 pm showing
Calling All Youth!:
Friday March 17th we will be having a Combined Youth Group.
Beginning at 6:00 pm. This is a special opportunity to connect with youth from Sherwood Oaks Christian Church in Bloomington, Illinois.
Worship, Testimonies, Games, Pizza
NOTE: OCC has been cancelled this year due to DC3’s facilities being no longer available as the venue.
This year’s Ontario Christian Conference promises to build on last years’ success with fantastic speakers, great workshops and lots of opportunity for fellowship and connecting.
Click here to register online.
Youth Event: Friday April 29
Conference: Saturday April 30
Main Speaker: Gene Appel