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Highlights

News or Good News?

July 5th, 2015

By: Laura Marie Piotrowicz

Topic: Everyday Christianity

Imagine if we read as much scripture and/or theology as we did everything else we read?


Leaving on more than a rude gesture: Mark 6:1-13

July 2nd, 2015

By: Dawn Leger

Topic: The Preachers’ Table

How many of us have left a job, a project or, maybe, even a church as a cleric or a layperson and had the temptation to make a rude gesture as we walked out the door? By shaking our feet, we are leaving the dust/dirt/sand that belongs in that place there, taking as little of it with us as possible.


I am re-energised

June 28th, 2015

By: Laura Marie Piotrowicz

Topic: Everyday Christianity

I pray we can all move beyond the tiredness of the world’s negativity and focus on the Good News of God’s love.


I am tired

June 28th, 2015

By: Kyle Norman

Topic: Pop Culture Piety

I am tired of the labels and the constant twisting of such labels – when ‘Evangelical’ means Angry, ‘Conservative’ means Fundamentalist, and ‘Liberal’ means Unintelligent.


Compare and contrast

June 25th, 2015

By: Naomi Miller

Topic: The Preachers’ Table

This week’s pair of stories from the Gospel of Mark beg to be compared and contrasted.


Let’s face it. No one had to show up this morning.

June 24th, 2015

By: The Rev. Monique Stone

Topic: The Common Area

No one had to show up this morning.

Our society does not demand that any of them be here this morning. It doesn’t even demand that you be here this morning. There are lots of other good things to do. There are many other places to be fulfilled; other churches, temples, charity runs and nature walks to name a few. There is sleep. There are yummy eggs benedict and fun purple rubber ducks.


Living baptism

June 24th, 2015

By: Kyle Norman

Topic: Pop Culture Piety

How often do you think of your baptism? Is it just a rite you remember, or is it something you are continually called into?


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