The biggest concern for any organization should be when their most passionate people become quiet.
All three stories today look at the problem of who’s good enough to be in the circle of God’s love and approval. First, God gets Nathan to show David he’s being an outrageously arrogant, entitled jerk, a murderer and adulterer. Continue reading Homily for June 12, 2016→
We had a lovely time welcoming people from Toronto, Bahamas, Iceland and Lansing, Michigan to name a few places.
Ian Grundy and Sherman Hesselgrave played the organ, Michael Shapcott played his concertina and the Pethalia Singers performed a mini concert of East Coast Kitchen Music. You can catch their whole performance this Sunday. Visit their website for details.
Thanks to Ken West, Bob Smyth, Jim Houston, Malcolm & Stella Savage, Lucas Oxby and Jonathan Robart there were friendly faces to welcome our guests, answer questions and generally be hospitable. It was good to be open in the Heart of the City!
Proverbs 8:1-4, 22-31 Psalm 8 Romans 5:1-5 John 16:12-15
The Journey to God in Three Persons
Homily for Trinity Sunday, May 22, 2016 by Sherman Hesselgrave
Today is Trinity Sunday, our Feast of Title, and I am inviting you to join me for an abbreviated recap of the journey to God in Three Persons, with a couple excursions to hear how the Trinity has entered into the creative imaginations of a few literary and musical geniuses. Continue reading The Journey to God in Three Persons→
Drop by any time on Saturday May 27th from 11 AM to 3 PM or Sunday, May 28th noon to 3 PM.
Experience the grandeur of our space. Listen to our instruments. Learn about our history and our present with displays of stories and pictures. Take time for a tour or scavenger hunt.
On Saturday from noon to 2 PM Ian Grundy, music director and some students he works with will play both the organ and new Steinway piano.
At 2:00 PM hear the Penthelia Singers perform a 30 minute Concert. Penthelia Singers is a Toronto-based women’s chamber choir performing culturally diverse and musically sophisticated repertoire. Their performance at Doors Open will include music selections from their upcoming concert, “In the Kitchen”, including the toe-tapping folk music of Eastern Canada and much more. www.penthelia.com
We recently received new hooks forged by a son of the parish, Constable Joel Houston. Did we mention that Constable Houston is part of the mounted unit for the Toronto Police Service? Deluxe delivery service as well as manufacturing the hooks.
Have a look at the process from horseshoe to door below:
Constable Joel Houston hands over hooks to Margot Linken, administrator and Ryan Poole, caretaker installs them.