Spiritual Growth

A collection of thoughtful content offered by Rev Gordon Taylor & Rev Ha Na Park

Not Suitable for All Readers

April 12/17 | by Rev Gordon Taylor What follows are some very painful stories of students victimizing other students.  These reports are not suitable for all ages of readers. However, these narratives from survivors are part of the truth of ...
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Not the Running Children Prefer

April 11/17 | by Rev Gordon Taylor The energy of children is legendary.  I have heard it said that Olympic decathletes cannot replicate the activity of 5 year-olds for more than half a day; they run out of energy by ...
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Holy Week Faces the Un-Holy

April 10/17 | by Rev Gordon Taylor Holy Week is about facing what is hard to face. This week, the truths excerpted from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) Report for our meditation are hard to face. I pray we ...
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The Move to Innocence – Aren’t we All Métis?

April 8/17 | by Rev Gordon Taylor As I have been reading for this series of reflections, I discovered "Métis" is a lot more complicated than I thought.  And I discovered that I had not thought about "Métis" much, other ...
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It’s Off To Work We Go

April 7/17 | by Rev Gordon Taylor What do we expect a childhood should look like?  What do we want our children and grand-children to experience at school?  Let's pause for a moment and develop a mental image of the ...
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And the People Said

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Join us for Worship every Sunday at 10:30. Communion Sundays are the first Sunday of every month. View the weekly bulletin and announcements.

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Rev. Ha Na explores the issue of diversity on Sunday June 18 beginning at 10:30 a.m.

Our Every-Sunday After-Worship Absolute-Potluck continues – after this Sunday’s Congregational meeting. Bring one food item to share with four people and visit away!

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