Serving One Another
As needs arise within our church, we will communicate opportunities to serve one another through prayer and helping hands. Thanks for being the body of Christ!
- Please pray for Kim Cadeau. Praise: Kim is feeling much better! Request: Please continue to pray for full recovery and for the procedure to be effective against her cancer. She has a CT scan and followup appointment this month.
- Please pray for Karen Walton as she continues to recover. The latest update: “Karen will be having weekly dilations (every Thursday) for 6 weeks. Please pray that these treatments will be successful in widening the passageway so that she can swallow food.”
- Please pray for Ryan Nicholas’ father. Please continue to pray for Ryan’s dad’s health–for the long road to recovery and ensuing surgery. Thanks for your prayers.
- Please pray for Angelina So’s travel and father’s health. Angelina’s father is battling cancer. From Angelina: “The first round of chemo is not working very well. The cancer has spread to the vertebrate. In the next doctor appointment, we will find out what the next plan of treatment is going to be.” Please pray for her time in Hong Kong with her father and for opportunities to share the gospel.
- Please pray for Grace Kim’s travel and father’s health. Please pray for Grace Kim’s travel and father’s health. Grace is traveling to Korea tomorrow to be with her father. He was recently diagnosed with cancer in his leg. The doctors have given an initial prognosis of 2 months. Her father is a believer. Please pray for healing, if possible, and for the family to continue to place their faith in Christ for courage and comfort. And please pray for safe travels.
- Please pray for Joanne Baik’s health. Please pray for Joanne Baik’s health. She sustained a grade 2/3 ankle sprain this past weekend. She would appreciate prayers for quick recovery to minimize disruption to life.
Other News and Notes
- Save the Date: Good Friday Morning Communion Service. Fri Apr 19, 9:30.
Volunteer Opportunity: We are looking for new volunteers to help with the church’s weekly waste management. Here are the specifics:
- What: 1. Collect the recycling, gargbage, and compost into the larger blue, black, and green bins on Tuesday evenings and place the bins at the Eglinton curbside infront of the church building and 2. Return the bins to the side of the church building.
- When: Bins need to be placed at the curbside by Tuesdays 8:50 pm. After the waste is collected by the trucks, bins can be returned that Tuesday evening or Wednesday, the next day.
- We are ideally looking for several people to be a part of a rotation and spread the work load.
- Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or text 416-669-8788 if interested. Thanks.
Save the Date: Duke of Kent Social! The next one is on Friday, April 12. Click here for more info.
- Save the Date! Lunch Laugh Learn: The next one is on Sunday, April 14. Please bring a dish/dessert to share, if you are able. We will present the 2019 budget.
- Ladies, Save the Date! Women’s New Community Breakfast: Saturday, May 11, 2019, 9:15-11:30 am.
- Easter is right around the corner! Let’s be praying for our friends and family who are not connected to church. Let’s pray for opportunities to invite them out to service at a time when people who usually don’t go to church are open to visiting.
- Young Adults, Save the Date! Young Adults Retreat June 7-9, Fri-Sun. Registration details coming soon.
- Sunday Worship Volunteers: Can’t make a confirmed volunteering slot? Learn the Convenience of Replacing or Swapping Yourself by clicking here.
- ESL occurs every Sunday evening, 6:30-8:30 pm. If you would like to help out ESL, contact Colin Brewster by clicking here. Or check out the ESL webpage for more info by clicking here.
- Be Glad! Join us for Saturday Morning Prayer (Saturdays, 9 am, 826 Eglinton Ave E, upper room) and Morning Communion (1st and 3rd Sundays, 9:30 am, 826 Eglinton Ave E).
- Words to Hide in Your Heart. If you don’t have a Scripture reading and meditating plan, why not start with these weekly words to hide in your heart below? Or consider following the New City Catechism (our church is following it each week for a year). Check it out by clicking here.
“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but in order that the world might be saved through him. Whoever believes in him is not condemned, but whoever does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only Son of God…Whoever believes in the Son has eternal life; whoever does not obey the Son shall not see life, but the wrath of God remains on him.” John 3:16-18, 36
“For in him all the fullness of God was pleased to dwell, and through him to reconcile to himself all things, whether on earth or in heaven, making peace by the blood of his cross.” Colossians 1:19-20