16 Baby Point Road Toronto ON M6S 2E9
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Sunday Services 10:20 am
Mon, May 22nd - 7:30am
Book Discussion
Tue, May 23rd - 7:00pm
Church Council Meeting
Sun, May 28th - 10:20am
Sunday Worship
Wed, May 31st - 7:30pm
Cadence in Concert
Fri, Jun 2nd - 10:00am
"Just for Men"
Sun, Jun 4th - 10:20am
Sunday Worship
Sun, Jun 11th - 10:20am
Sunday Worship
Fri, Jun 16th - 10:00am
"Just for Men"
Sun, Jun 18th - 10:20am
Sunday Worship
Sun, Jun 25th - 10:20am
Sunday Worship

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HumbercrestUC @RevMatthaios Agreed. And emphasizes how important it is to create safe spaces and relationship that isn't totally social media based.
HumbercrestUC @RevMatthaios Will be discussing it in the youth group, ongoing I think. And looking to do an adult small group too.
HumbercrestUC Going to make time to watch "13 Reasons Why" on Netflix because so many of our youth are watching it. Important for dialogue and sharing.
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The Easter Season

No matter how you embrace the story of Easter morning, whether it be as a literal reminder of God’s work in our lives, or as a truth-filled metaphor of the cycle of struggle and rebirth that we each experience at many different points in our life, there is place for you in our celebration and our joy this Easter season. 

 I look forward to celebrating this special time in our church year with you, and experiencing with you the joy of God’s transformative work in our lives and our community, as we continue to travel together through the coming year.  As we live amidst the tensions of our world, may we help to reflect and nurture new life and hope.

 

Through our fear,
through our doubt,
through our confusion
may we continue Jesus’ work
as we travel many roads,
liberated and united
by the love of the resurrected one.
 
Blessings,
Rev. Jessica

 

 

Mission Statement

A welcoming and inclusive church; we walk with Christ through changing times with faith and hope.