Eugene Huo shares the story of Elijah versus the prophets of Baal, and looks at what we can do about truth in our world today.
4th Annual Community Christmas Party - is an opportunity to get to know our community. Please invite family, friends and neighbours and come with them on Saturday Dec 10, 2016 from 11 am - 2:00 pm. We are also looking for volunteers on that day to help with games, arts and crafts, face painting, etc. All supplies will be provided. If interested in helping, please contact Steve Kwong.
Christmas is around the corner! We look forward to celebrating the birth of our Saviour with you at our annual Christmas Eve Service! Please join us for a delicious roast beef dinner, prepared by loving hands, at 5:30pm on December 24th in the gym. Tickets are $10 each in advance and $15 at door, children age 10 and under are free. Space is limited. Tickets are on sale today until Dec. 18th at the back of the gym. Following the dinner there will be Christmas Eve Service at 7pm. Service will be followed by light refreshments. If you would like to contribute a food item, we welcome any of the following: Rice Krispie squares, jelly rolls or chips... we will take care of the rest! Please bring them to Room 102 before service. Thank you!
Christmas Service will be held on Sunday December 25th at 11AM as usual.
Blue Christmas Service
For Those Who Find Rejoicing Hard Work
The Christmas season can be difficult for many reasons: grief, separation, illness, uncertainty... In this service of light, come to find hope and healing, to honour a loved one's memory, or to support someone else.
7:00-8:00 PM Sunday Dec 11th
CPC Sanctuary 177 Beverly St (Baldwin Street entrance)
Downtown Toronto 2 blocks north of the AGO
This gentle, contemplative service is for those who may not feel particularly “merry” or “bright.” Christmas can be a difficult time of year for many reasons. The memory of a loved one no longer with us, the weariness of ill health, the anguish of broken relationships, the insecurity of unemployment, the pain of isolation—all these can make us feel very alone in the midst of those joyfully celebrating.
Through songs, readings, prayers and candle lighting, this service offers sacred space to acknowledge and honour our feelings and to know that we are not alone in them. Come for yourself or invite someone else who may need encouragement.
The Story launches today. For the next year we will be going through the bible week by week in service, small groups, and sunday school.
Come and join us on an epic adventure through the greatest narrative ever.
Part 1: Creation: The Beginning of Life as We Know It