Posts from September 2016

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When You Are Walled In, Look for the Way Out

by Cherie Inksetter

We continue our exploration of “The Story”… There’s a wall in front of you. Behind you is a past you are running from. Beyond the wall awaits the promise of a new life. But you’re not moving because there is this “wall.” You feel trapped. No way out. This is just the sort of situation […]

October 30, 2016

by Cherie Inksetter

THE STORY – WEEK 9 Scripture:  Ruth 1:6-18   John 9:1-3 Message:  The Faith of a Foreign Woman Theme:  The things we do for love!

October 16, 2016

by Cherie Inksetter

THE STORY – WEEK 7 Scripture:  Joshua 1:1-9    Luke 12:27-34 Message:  The Battle Begins Theme:  You’re going into battle.  You are vastly outnumbered.  They are better fortified than you are.  Don’t worry.

Sunday Oct. 16, 2016

by Cherie Inksetter

GUEST SPEAKER –  Reverend George Vais, a former moderator of the General Assembly and minister of St.  Andrews Presbyterian Church in Toronto will be joining us.

Sunday Oct. 23, 2016

by Cherie Inksetter

THE STORY – WEEK 8 Scripture:  Judges 4:4-9   Luke 8:1-3 Message:  A Few Good Men … and Women Theme:  God uses us in amazing ways … not always the way we would like it, but amazing none the less.

Anniversary Dinner Sat. Oct. 15, 2016

by Cherie Inksetter

Roast Beef Dinner & Entertainment Sat. Oct. 15th @ 6:00 pm Come & enjoy a roast beef dinner with potatoes, vegetables dessert, tea & coffee for $17.50 a person on Sat. Oct. 15th @ 6:00 pm at St. Giles Church.  Entertainment is by Robert Delgaty, an Elvis impersonator.  Contact 905-934-1901 or stgiles1954@gmail.com with any questions.  Take-out is […]

October 9, 2016

by Cherie Inksetter

THE STORY – WEEK 6 Scripture:  Numbers 11:1-15;  John 6:30-35 Message:  Wandering Theme:  Are we there yet?  Complaining about the journey is as natural as we are … but how often would we like that complaint-free trip?

October 2, 2016

by Cherie Inksetter

THE STORY – WEEK 5 Scripture:  Exodus 19:1-8 Message:  New Commands and a New Covenant Theme:  Living by the rules, so tough to do, but ultimately for our own good?

Trading in Your Dreams for Another’s

by Cherie Inksetter

People nearing mid-life often crash into some startling and unexpected observations. For instance, we all dreamed big dreams when we were younger.  But as we move at a break-neck pace through our twenties, thirties, and forties, we eventually slam head on into the realization that some of our dreams will never be realized. That observation […]