Still Kickin'

On the fourth Monday of each month the parish offers a morning of Trivia followed by a complimentary hot lunch. There is a lot of chatter, laughter and smiles. Come and See!

Trinity Sunday

Sunday, May 27th was Trinity Sunday. Rev'd Bahman did an amazing job explaining the Trinity to us in an easy to understand way. Following the healing service we were blessed to have 15 year old Madeline DeBoer with us. Madeline explained that her optimism for the future is based on her faith in Jesus. She was an amazing speaker.

Happy 90th Birthday Mary Bliss

On Wednesday, May 23rd we celebrated the upcoming birthday of long time member Mary Bliss following our midweek service. We all love you Mary!!

Happy Birthday Church!!

What a wonderful day of celebration! Today our parish celebrated the Day of Pentecost in a very special way. The readings for the day took a totally different form with everyone, men, women, young people and children having speaking parts. At one point the children of the Sunday School said, "Praise the Lord" each in a different language. Following the dramatic reading the Sunday School children handed out coins with John 3:16 on them to everyone in attendance. Birthday cake and ice cream topped off the celebration at coffee hour. Come and See!

The Jacob Narrative

The Jacob Narrative (Gen. 25:19 – 36:43)A redeeming story, I believe, possesses different layers of meaning. The Jacob narrative, as a redeeming story, displays both challenges within an individual and challenges between an individual and other individuals or a community. The Jacob narrative has occupied a very significant place in the middle of the book of Genesis. I believe that the character of Jacob symbolizes the human’s problems with regards to salvation, meaning, and liberation. This narrative portrays Jacob and Esau within every human being. But, the conflict between Jacob and Esau is not limited to the internal realm; it goes beyond individual and manifest itself in social realm as

Meet Karen our very own Bowling Star!!

Karen Lampman is not only an Order of Niagara recipient but is also our very own bowling star. The large trophy that she is holding is awarded annually to the bowler who displays good sportsmanship which they keep for a year . The smaller one is for the 3rd place team . It should also be noted that every bowler gets a trophy and each recipient thinks they are a star!

Music from the 60's Pub Night

On Friday, May 11th The Church of Our Saviour The Redeemer held a very successful fundraiser with Music from the 60's The evening began with bbq hamburgs, hot dogs, potato salad, apple pie and icecream followed by entertainment by our amazing in house entertainers. These fundraisers are very successful, this time the tickets went on sale on Wednesday and all were sold by the following Sunday. It is a lot of fun, hard work and community building. Another musical event is being planned for September.

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