Being There for Others
The God of the burning bush sees the plight of Israel as slaves in Egypt. He liberates and saves them. The burning bush signifies the ever-present and empowering saving God. This God of the burning bush is ever-present in our lives too, saving us and empowering us. He also calls us to bless others just as Israel is called to bless the families of the world (Genesis 12:3). He calls us to be “missional”; to be there for others.
Join us at 10:30 am each Sunday for our Worship Gathering. More details on the series are here.
During the summer months, the children & youth will be worshipping alongside the adults in our main service. (Our Kidz Church & CHAOS Ministries will be kicking off again in the fall). To help involve the kids, we’ll be providing worship bags full of activities. You can pick one up from the Greeters’ Centre when you arrive at church. We also encourage parents to engage with their kids during worship time.