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Clean Feet and a Pure Heart
Encountering Jesus
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March 23/24, 2019

Speaker: Pastor Ian Trigg

Scripture: John 13:1-17

Servanthood. Not too difficult to spell but much more complicated to live out.

Our journey through John’s gospels and the encounters with Jesus that follow brings us to what we call “The Upper Room Discourse.” It’s a teaching time between Jesus and his disciples: his final words to them and prayer for them. As significant and impactful as the words must have been (and still are for us) – I’m prepared to guess it was the encounter with the towel and basin that made the greatest immediate impact upon the disciples. 

This is one of the most powerful and poignant moment between Saviour and disciple that both instructs and inspires us in the life Jesus is calling us to embrace today. It will be such a special time in God’s word, along with worship and child dedications. Looking forward to being together!

Grace and peace to you!

A Miracle in Cana

Jan 12/13

Speaker: Ian Trigg

Scripture: John 2:1-12

Every single time we say yes to something, we are also indirectly saying no to something else!  Choose to stay later at work?  You’re saying no to your family.  Choose to say yes to Big Macs with any degree of frequency, you’re saying no to a healthy heart!  Choose to say yes to your iPhone instead of doing your Math homework, you might just be saying no to post-secondary education!  Every choice carries a consequence and the choices we make around our relationship with Jesus especially impact our lives. 

This weekend, we’ll dive into the encounter between Jesus and some servants at a wedding in Cana and the myriad of implications that followed. We’ll look at the wonder of this first miracle and how it came to be and what it all meant.  If you want to be amazed at the wonder of who Jesus is and why He came - say yes to joining us in church this weekend! If you can’t physically be here, join us online via livestream!

Have a blessed weekend!