• Joy Best

    We are sad to share this news. Joy Best suffered a brain aneurysm on March 20 and passed shortly after. We will share more info here as we receive it. Our hearts are with Gary and the family as they mourn this great loss.

  • Upcoming Events

    1. Victoria Street Community Garden

      April 30
    2. 2nd Breakfast

      May 12 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
    3. Community Food Smart

      May 15
    4. Broader Community

      May 15 @ 12:00 am - June 5 @ 11:59 pm
  • Breaking Mythologies of Injustice (March 19, 2012)

    Peter Fitch shares pictures and stories from the recent study tour that he and Mary Ellen led to Egypt, Jordan and Israel. Then Peter shares from his heart about the difficulties associated with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and some of the improper ways that our society has viewed this problem. He longs for a middle way that sees prophecy fulfilled as Jews are regathered to their historic homeland but also longs for the other part of the prophecies: a sense of righteousness that has sometimes been missing over the last generations. At the end of this talk Brenda Landry, lead intercessor for SCV, shared a word that she heard in prayer before the service began. It seemed to confirm the general direction of this talk in a close to miraculous way. Click here to read that.

    The Early (Celtic) Service Readings for the day can be found here.

    Listen to the talk here


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    The Joy of Rejoicing (February 26, 2012)

    Will Bernard gives a wonderful talk to demonstrate the superiority of a positive attitude as he teaches about ‘rejoicing in all circumstances’ from Philippians 4. Here is a link to Will’s keynote presentation and here is a link to the Ted talk by Shawn Achor. 

    The Early (Celtic) Service Readings for the day can be found here

     

    Listen to the talk here

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    A Message to Shock the World (February 19, 2012)

    David Moore gives an amazing message about forgiveness and reconciliation that grows out of an appreciation of the difference between the forgiveness of Joseph for his brothers and the forgiveness of Jesus for his executioners. This talk challenges individuals, churches, and societies toward solidarity with both victims and perpetrators in order to participate in God’s work of reconciliation.

    The Early (Celtic) Service Readings for the day can be found here

     

    Listen to the talk here

      View the Powerpoint presentation here | Free PowerPoint Viewer