On May 7, after worship we will share a potluck lunch (cold, finger food only!) and spend time learning about and voting on four remits. Remits are important part of improving how we do God’s work. It is important we add our voice and vote on these important questions. As you have time, please prepare for … More Remits

Discussion: The Shack

Some read the book. Some saw the movie. Some did both. We had a great group gather to discuss “The Shack.” And the conversation was definitely enhanced with a pot of tea and blueberry muffins! Thanks Diane and Linda. Here are the questions we used to evoke conversation: Discussion Questions for The Shack: Which part … More Discussion: The Shack

Christmas Communion

Sunday, December 18 at 11am. We celebrate by unwrapping the Advent Gift of Love. Special Music by our expanded choir with the direction of Emily Logan. A Celebration of Communion. We come to the Table for our refreshment as we come close to the Mystery of Christmas. You are welcome.

When Christmas Doesn’t Seem Like Christmas …

“Christmas won’t seem like Christmas at all.” The reasons vary: Children have grown older and the magic of opening presents just is not what it used to be; young adults have left home and won’t be here this Christmas; Unemployment, underemployment, or retirement have put a dent in normal celebrations. A marriage is on the rocks; health concerns … More When Christmas Doesn’t Seem Like Christmas …

All About Remits

What is a Remit? A remit is a vote that gives permission to change the Basis of Union. When the United Church of Canada wants to make a change to the Basis of Union (the church constitution) they must consult the wider church. Eight remits were approved by the 42nd General Council 2015 held in … More All About Remits