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Summer 2018 services

July 1 Canada Day: Faith, in Canada (Luke 13:29) Canada is rich in diversity. This is certainly true when with views on faith and religion. There is a vast diversity of choice, yet one of the fastest growing groups are those who embrace no religion. In such a context, how do we declare and demonstrate the person and message of Christ. How to we navigate our present to help shape our country’s future?

July 8: The Right Judge (Nahum 1:2-10) The world doesn’t seem right; it feels like there’s so much injustice. In the midst of that, God is faithful to judge rightly. (with Rev. Alvin Lau)

July 15: Judging Rightly (Nahum 1:11-3:19) As we continue with Nahum, we see God’s seemingly severe judgement on Assyria. Sometimes we feel like we want to be vindicated in the same way. Yet there’s another side of the coin to consider, just as Nahum’s people did at that time. (with Rev. Alvin Lau)

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July 22: Hope for the Bully(ed) (Nahum 3:18-19) In our world right now, bullying is a significant issue, for both the bullied and the bully. Our service will include an extended time of prayer for the oppressed and their oppressors. (with Rev. Alvin Lau)

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July 29: Blessed (Psalm 1) This first of the Psalms points to the path of blessing. You are invited to be like a tree planted by streams of water and yielding much fruit. What path are you on?

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August 5: Reaching out in hospitality (Hebrews 13:2) We cannot underestimate the positive impact of the ministry of hospitality. “Do not forget to show hospitality to strangers, for by so doing some people have shown hospitality to angels without knowing it“. Hospitality was a vital ministry of Christ and the early church. It is an important ministry of our Church in this community. We have a team of people dedicated to this vital ministry. We will consider the possibilities of both being a guest and being a host.

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August 12: Chosen Priests (Leviticus 9:1-24) Every Christian has a position of the chosen priests in the world, so we should listen to God’s words and obey God, so that our worship will glorify God and bless people. (with Peter Qi)

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August 19: Can it be? (Acts 9:20-31) When Paul (Saul) began his public ministry, as a new Christian, people were astonished at the change in him. This coming week we will hold our Holiday Club and consider the unimaginable, yet wonderful things that God can do. With a solid hope, we dare to dream and to do what Christ makes possible.

August 26: Unimaginable Events (Ephesians 3:20-21) This service follows our Holiday Club and takes us into the lessons shared with the community. 

September 2: (with Rev. Alvin Lau) The Rhythm of Life (TBA) Summer is almost over (unofficially). Hopefully you’ve had some moments to rest, moments to work and moments to be with God. As the kids join us in our worship service, let’s discover together what God has for us this morning through our worship, our prayers and his worship.