JANUARY 6, 2019: God desires that as we journey through life we would be 'transformed into his image with ever-increasing glory.’ On this first Sunday of the new year we are going to spend some time reflecting on this idea and how it relates to our mission as a church and how it can shape our Deep Hope for 2019.

JANUARY 13, 2019: Does it sometimes seem like the world is full of bad news?  Have we lost sight of what good news even looks like? This week we will be reading from the first verses of the Gospel of Mark, "The beginning of the good news about Jesus Christ.”  Join us! 

JANUARY 20, 2019: Join us this Sunday as Doug Wilbee preaches on Mark 2 : 13-17. The main emphasis in Doug’s message is that Jesus purposely chose to cross a boundary by not only talking to, but also eating with the most despised/ostracized group of people as determined by the Jewish religous leaders.

Doug will speak about some of the lessons he’s learned from delivering Cobbs Bread, but also hopes to remind everyone that we all have different gifts and help to make up the different parts of the same church body.

The message will challenge us to think about our gifts and how we are using them to "Love God" and "Love our neighbor as ourselves," and to reach out to the people around us both outside (and inside) the church.

JANUARY 27, 2019: This week we continue our journey through the Gospel of Mark by looking at the Parable of the Sower. What is Jesus talking about when he shares this parable?  What does it mean to develop “good soil” in our heart, in our church, and in our neighbourhood?