Monthly Archives: May 2017

A humble path to unity

Text: John 17:1, 2, 17-21 (“that all may be one”) The Anglican Church of Canada first floated the idea of uniting Canada’s Protestant churches in in 1885. In the decades that followed, five denominations discussed the idea, leading to the … Continue reading

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Hymns to an unknown god

Text: Acts 17:22-31 (“an altar to an unknown god”) Why are there so many different religions? If there is only one God, why are there are so many different paths to the Divine? In today’s reading, Paul tackles the profusion … Continue reading

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First communion

Text: Luke 24:13-35 (the Road to Emmaus) Introductory words to¬†worship service . . .¬† Sometimes church involves strange elements. Today’s service includes two of my favourite things that might seem strange to some: communion, and an anthem the choir will … Continue reading

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