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Hi Everyone!


James Wheeler is back to share with us again this weekend. Here is a teaser about his message:


Romans is perhaps the greatest book in Bible history. It has set off revolutions in spirituality and theology since it was first read in the ancient city of Rome in 57 a.d.. It was originally written by theological workhorse Paul the apostle, re-appropriated by Martin Luther as a significant impetus for the reformation, and then, in the 20th century, the great Swiss thinker Karl Barth's commentary on Romans blew a giant hole in the academic and church world.


Romans 5 takes us into the heart of God and in the heart of God is where the enemies of God become his friends. But there is even more. In the heart of God, we undergo a process Paul calls reconciliation. This is a huge idea, a place to roam and pray, it is a truth that God wants to use to change us and indeed to change the world.

How to Join Us on Sunday at 10:30 am

  1. In-Person: All are welcome to join us at 333 Midpark Way in a full-sized school gym.

  2. On Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85230037928

  3. By Phone: 1 587 328 1099 - Meeting ID: 852 3003 7928

  4. Check out our Sunday Program with more important info for the service:

https://www.canyoncreek.ca/sundayprogram


In-person Sunday School!


We have in-person Sunday School, for kids aged 4-12, with our teacher, Jomar Payoyo. Sunday School is held after our worship time.


This Sunday, we will be learning about the following line of the Lord's Prayer: "May your will be done on earth, as it is in Heaven." We will be learning about God's will for us and for all of creation, and how we can fill our role as stewards of the earth and of each other.


If you have any questions, or if there is any way that Jomar can support your family in discipling your children at home, please contact him at canyoncreek.churchoffice@gmail.com.

God bless,


Gwynne




















































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