Season will follow Season and a call to Prayer and Fasting

“Then Noah built an altar to the Lord and, taking some of all the clean animals and clean birds, he sacrificed burnt offerings on it. The Lord smelled the pleasing aroma and said in his heart: “Never again will I curse the ground because of humans, even though every inclination of the human heart isContinue reading “Season will follow Season and a call to Prayer and Fasting”

What to do this Sunday? Me and my media…

Hi church family! I’m listening with one ear to our first Calvary Youth Zoom meeting while I’m writing this post. I’m encouraged by our Youth Steward and leaders who are embracing social media to keep meeting (virtually). What can we do? Well I’m hoping to incorporate some audio and video into this encouraging site. StayContinue reading “What to do this Sunday? Me and my media…”

Encouragement in Flattening the Curve and Prayer

I regret to inform you that our services will continue to be suspended/cancelled until further notice. We are hoping to be back to worshiping in our sanctuary by Sunday, April 6th, but that is to be determined. Here is the encouraging note…because we (and our governments) are taking such a hard-line, radical approach to slowingContinue reading “Encouragement in Flattening the Curve and Prayer”

State of Emergency – Now what?

In the past 48 hours we have heard from our Premier Doug Ford that we are now in a state of emergency. This seems so uncanny and even frightening, but there are emerging plans in place to keep our church people connected during this state of emergency. Mel Coker released a prayer chain message thatContinue reading “State of Emergency – Now what?”

Keep Calm and Carry on

Do you remember those T-shirts, bumper stickers and banners from a few years ago that stated the phrase, “Keep Calm and Carry On?” According to it originated from the British Government in 1939 in preparation for World War II. The purpose of the poster was intended to raise the morale of the British public.Continue reading “Keep Calm and Carry on”