15 results for tag: United Church of Canada


A Response to “The Nashville Statement”

On August 29th, The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood released "The Nashville Statement" - a manifesto written by a coalition of conservative evangelical leaders. Living Presence Ministry does not agree with their statements.


Welcome! with Barry “Bazza” Hayward

Lots of noise was made indoors with our drumming circle and we also shared our music with a walk to the front of the church to entertain the cars passing by.


Life in Boxes

Seeking to simultaneously hold the excitement of a new journey is compatible with feeling sadness and grief over what was left behind.


A Reflection on Canada 150 – Part 1: Don’t Drink the Water

How is it that we can live in an area — in a country — where one group of people is so highly prioritized over another?


WITH YOU I WILL GO: THE GREAT COMMISSION

A commission has the same directive as a commandment, but also provides the person being commissioned with the tools and resources they need to succeed.


IN THE NEWS: Living Presence Ministry welcomes you

If you were wondering what you can do in East Gwillimbury this summer, Living Presence Ministry is offering events on Saturdays throughout the summer.


WELCOME: WEEK ONE

We couldn’t have asked for a more glorious day to kick off our first “Welcome to the Neighbourhood” event at Queensville-Holland Landing United Church.


AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT

Reflecting on The Road to Emmaus: Jesus chose to be with and among his people when they extended the offer of hospitality to a stranger.


VIDEO: WE SING OF JESUS (part 1)

Jesus was a Jew, born to a woman in poverty, in a time of social upheaval and political oppression. This video is intended to be the first in a series of videos exploring the words of A Song of Faith alongside contemporary images.


WHAT HAPPENS WHEN 55000 NEW NEIGHBOURS MOVE IN DOWN THE STREET?

Jesus is giving his people a means of reclaiming their power and agency. Something that is given cannot be taken. Loving those who hate you turns the shame back onto the aggressor.