Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love. Make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace. Ephesians 4:2-3
Join us and learn how the love of Jesus Christ can make a difference in your life. We’re a dedicated group of Christians who believe in equality, justice and acceptance of all people. We praise God through worship, prayer and outreach.
As members of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, we believe and follow the teachings of The Bible and try to live our lives according to the lessons taught to us by Jesus Christ through scripture. We’re here to serve others by working within the community and globally sharing the word of God and offering service to those in need.
We offer a peaceful place of refuge from the hustle and bustle of everyday life for worship, meditation and learning for all people regardless of race, age or gender.
Did You Know . . .
From June to August 2017, we donated 5 bags and 1 large box of clothing and bedding to Eva Rothwell Centre. And we donated 9 boxes of food and a large bag of rice to Neighbour to Neighbour (N2N).
In October 2017, we donated 9 bags of clothing and 5 bags of bedding to The Good Shepherd Centre and 4 boxes of food and an additional very large box in December to N2N.
In November and December 2017, we donated 4 boxes of food to N2N and 10 bags of clothes, mitts, hats, scarves, coats, new underwear, socks, and bedding to The Good Shepherd Centre and to Eva Rothwell Centre.
Our Community Projects
Neighbour to Neighbour needs food donations all year including this winter:
Canned meat and fish, pasta, rice, pasta sauce, oatmeal, cereals, canned vegetables, toilet tissue, kleenex, deodorant.
Remember baby food, formula and diapers are always needed.
Eva Rothwell Centre needs clothing donations including warm coats, blankets, and:
Heavy plastic bags, cloth bags, and plasticized cloth bags for people picking up clothing and food.
With the change of seasons comes an excellent opportunity to go through your things to see what is in good condition and find clothes that you did not wear last year (and probably will not wear this year either). Someone else would welcome your no longer needed treasures.
And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.”