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Seven reasons you should not become a Christian

Seven reasons you should not become a Christian (and one that you should) By John Bowen  8 January 2019, The Institute of Evangelism. (Used with permission from The Institute) The world divides into two categories: those who divide the world into two categories and those who don’t. I’m one of the first. So the people reading this…

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The song — Twelve Days of Christmas

“Twelve Days of Christmas” — the song Recent urban legends about this song not accurate Christmas actually begins on The Feast of the Nativity — 25 December. The period prior to Christmas is known as Advent which precedes Christmas by four weeks. From 25 December until 5 January marks the Twelve Days of Christmas. That…

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The Story of Christmas — Pageant

The Story of Christmas — Pageant on Advent III On Sunday 16 December, young folks and not-so-young share in telling the Story of Christmas Our younger folks had been practising diligently for the previous few weeks to tell once again the Story of Christmas. The Three Kings only had one practice — and one of them…

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Yes, Virginia, St Luke’s puts Christmas into action

Yes, Virginia, St Luke’s is still here to care The people of St Luke’s reach out to connect with those in need in local community Now, here’s something nice to see hear: Armour Heights School tweets about Christmas hampers. Thanks to Susan and Helen H for creating the hampers from the many items given by parishioners.…

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Archbishop reflects on gifts

Christmas Message — Archbishop reflects on gifts The Most Rev’d Colin Johnson shares thoughts on gifts,  Christmas and looking ahead “It is a privilege and an honour to have served this great diocese for 41 years, and also to have served as the Bishop of Moosonee and Metropolitan of the province,” Archbishop Colin Johnson said at…

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East City Lessons & Carols

Lessons and Carols for the churches of East City A number of people also came along with friends from other churches beyond East City On the Second Sunday of Advent, parishioners from Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church and St Luke’s along with a number of members from Mark Street  United Church gathered at St Luke’s for…

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Advent explained in two minutes

Advent explained in two minutes A great video from ‘Busted Halo’ For many Christians unfamiliar with the liturgical year, there may be some confusion surrounding the meaning of the Advent season. Some people may know that the Advent season focuses on expectation and think that it serves as an anticipation of Christ’s birth in the…

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Advent and Christmas at St Luke’s – update

There’s something for everyone at St Luke’s Check out Advent and Christmas at St Luke’s. Great for family and friends. Why not come by to get in touch with Christmas. Sing favourite carols and get in the spirit.Please note updated info below in text for 23 December Please note updated info for 23 December below… Our…

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CoGS may discuss amendment this month, Hiltz says

House of Bishops seeks compromise Anglicans may have a better idea of what sort of amendment, if any, is likely to be proposed to a resolution on same-sex marriage in less than two weeks, says Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada.Anglican Journal — TALI FOLKINS, WITH FILES FROM JOELLE KIDD November…

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Neighbours and parishioners toll bell on Centenary of Armistice

At sunset on Sunday, 11 November bell tolls 100 times Neighbourhood families gather with parishioners to toll church bell 100 times marking each year since end of World War 1 Neighbourhood families and parishioners gathered before sunset on Sunday 11 November to share in tolling St Luke’s church bell to mark the Centenary of the end of…

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