What Faith Means for Me ...
This fall, the Bathurst community continues its search for a new minister. At the same time, through the '2020 Project', we are seeking to understand the changing nature of church in the 21st century, and how we are called to serve our broader community.
In the light of the changes underway, our fall series will focus on what faith means to us as members of a spiritual community, with reflections from members and also from outside voices involved in our changing neighbourhood.
Services are held Sunday mornings at 10:30, in the chapel at Trinity St. Paul's Centre, 427 Bloor St. W.
The next service in this series is:
Sunday, November 25
On the Ground in Palestine
Previous services in this series included:
Sunday, November 17
What Faith Means to Me
Sunday, November 11, Remembrance Day
War and Peace
Reg McQuaid offers a reflection titled ""The Red Poppy and the White Poppy"
Sunday, November 4
"Being a Community of Faith"
A Reflection by our Volunteer Pastoral Associate, Frances Combs
Sunday, October 14
What Faith Means to Me ...
Members of the Bathurst community
Sunday, October 21
Faith in the life of the Pontes de Graça Community