Grant is taking a break from his ongoing series in the Gospel of John with a series that focus on the Advent Season.
Most people have a love/hate relationship with Christmas music. Opinions differ on when to start playing it, and what exactly constitutes Christmas Music. Some of the silliest songs ever written and performed are Christmas songs. Some of the most profound theology can be found in the traditional Christmas Carols.
Christmas itself is a time of darkness and light, of longing and expectations, of memories and fear. In this series, Grant will skip over Santa Dog and Santa Baby and go back to the first Christmas Songs recorded in the gospels that will speak of Faith, Peace, Trust, and Hope.
“For we do not preach ourselves, but Jesus Christ as Lord, and ourselves as your servants for Jesus’ sake.”
(2 Corinthians 4:5, NIV)
Every Wednesday we get together to pray and study God’s Word.
We begin with our study at 6:30 pm. This is a time of informal, relational study together. We have a lot of laughs and lots of serious discussions as we seek to understand and apply God’s Word to our lives.
Then at 8:00 pm a group of dedicated people lifts the ministries and concerns of the congregation and community to the Lord. If you have a concern you would like prayed for, or if you would like to be present to be prayed for, you can email Grant.
Would you like to meet some new friends and practice your spoken English Skills? With current COVID restrictions and we are unable to provide Conversational English Classes, but if there is enough interests we will start up a new Conversational English Class when things open up. If you are interested in attending a class please call 416-767-8911 or email [email protected]