Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time

Another Sunday. Another parable from Jesus about a crazy farmer. But this Sunday it’s that seed that catches our attention. That seed that produces a beautiful and bountiful harvest without any human assistance. It might defy logic or stretch credulity. But maybe it’s also the source of the deepest hope we could know.

Today’s worship service will be live-streamed on our YouTube channel at 10:30 am. Join us live, or watch the video here at a later time.

The bulletin for the service can be downloaded here.

Vacation Bible School 2024

Together with our partners at St. Laurence Anglican Church we are again offering Vacation Bible School this summer mornings from August 12 – 16. Our program is called “Heroes Hotline”.

Kids (called Heroes) will explore stories of Bible heroes from the Old and New Testament, discovering how we too can answer God’s call to be everyday heroes by working for peace, building each other up, and sharing God’s love with others and with the world. Through music, drama and storytelling, games, science, arts and crafts, and even snacks, we’ll learn how Heroes are called to Follow Jesus, Help Others, Work Together, Listen to God, and Show Grace!

We welcome all kids from age 4 to 11. Please register early here, or by clicking the button below:

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And if you are interested in volunteering for the week please don’t hesitate to contact the church office.

Sip with the Spirit

Join us on Wednesday, June 19 at Tinhouse Brewing in Port Coquitlam for an evening of fellowship and faith conversation . We’ll gather around 7 pm, grab a beverage (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) and chat. This is not a Bible study, but an opportunity to explore faith topics and questions and their connection to contemporary life.

Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Family and Church. Two of the most precious and beautiful gifts we have in our life. And gifts that help to form our identity and nurture our spirits. So why is Jesus messing with both of them in our gospel today? And what is it about these gifts that he’s so eager to warn us about? We join Jesus today as he goes home for some family time. Only to find himself in more than one family fight.

Today’s worship service will be live-streamed on our YouTube channel at 10:30 am. Join us live, or watch the video here at a later time.

The bulletin for the service can be downloaded here.

Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Sabbath is one of the most ancient and foundational faith practices of both Christians and Jews. And it has resonance beyond religious community, impacting even modern work culture. But how deeply do we ever think about Sabbath? What its for and how its practiced? Our readings today push us to ask those questions and explore their implications for daily life.

Today’s worship service will be live-streamed on our YouTube channel at 10:30 am. Join us live, or watch the video here at a later time.

The bulletin for the service can be downloaded here.

Holy Trinity Sunday

Who of us ever enjoys disruptions in life? Most of us much prefer for things to go smoothly and orderly and according to our expectations. That’s not what happens when Nicodemus visits Jesus in our gospel today. In fact, he ends up in a conversation that makes his head spin. But there’s good news in this story of a disruptive conversation. Just as there is in the Holy Spirit’s disruptions in our life.

Today’s worship service will be live-streamed on our YouTube channel at 10:30 am. Join us live, or watch the video here at a later time.

The bulletin for the service can be downloaded here.

Pentecost Sunday

When you have a youth ministry with a name like “IgnYte”, how can you not let them lead worship on Pentecost Sunday? And so we will. We will give the Holy Spirit some room to blow through the gifts and creativity of our youth. And we’ll reflect both on the story of Pentecost and some stories of contemporary experiences of the Spirit’s work. All are welcome to join us. But hold onto your hats!

Today’s worship service will be live-streamed on our YouTube channel at 10:30 am. Join us live, or watch the video here at a later time.

The bulletin for the service can be downloaded here.

Ascension Day – Seventh Sunday in Easter

This past Thursday was Ascension Day. The day the church commemorates Jesus’ return to heaven after his resurrection. It’s probably the least celebrated church festival on the calendar. After all, it’s hard to say goodbye. But even this day has its joy. So on this Seventh Sunday of Easter we’ll look back to give this feast it’s due.

Today’s worship service will be live-streamed on our YouTube channel at 10:30 am. Join us live, or watch the video here at a later time.

The bulletin for the service can be downloaded here.

Sixth Sunday in Easter

Today Jesus speaks more to his disciples and us about abiding. And specifically about bearing fruit. And the favourite fruit that he focusses on is love. But not just love for God. Love for one another. So do we struggle to see the connection? What exactly does loving God and Jesus have to do with loving our neighbour?

Today’s worship service will be live-streamed on our YouTube channel at 10:30 am. Join us live, or watch the video here at a later time.

The bulletin for the service can be downloaded here.

Fifth Sunday in Easter

“Abide” is one of those beautiful words we read in scripture and sing in hymns. Maybe its even a word with which we have a deep emotional and spiritual resonance. But what does it really mean to abide? Especially to abide in Christ? Well, maybe the story of a marginalized Ethiopian convert can teach us a thing or two. Let us listen in on this Fifth Sunday of Easter.

Today’s worship service will be live-streamed on our YouTube channel at 10:30 am. Join us live, or watch the video here at a later time.

The bulletin for the service can be downloaded here.