New Winter Series – Calgary Church

New Winter Series – Calgary Church

Our new Winter series begins in two weeks at our next gathering at the History Firehall in Kensington. Join us as we worship together. 10:45AM February 15th, 2015. 2nd Floor 1111 Memorial Dr NW. Original heart image courtesy of...
The Big Bang Theory and Community

The Big Bang Theory and Community

There’s something about the popular TV show ‘The Big Bang Theory’ that many have noticed. They eat together all the time. Although Penny lives across the hall, the rest of the gang don’t, yet they’re always over at Sheldon’s for...
Faithful Measure – On Purpose

Faithful Measure – On Purpose

In this previous post a question was posed, “what are we being called to be?” There are some very clear pieces found in a chapter of the New Testament called Ephesians. Ephesians 4 declares the what we are being called to live faithfully towards. Bear with...
The Rich Get Richer

The Rich Get Richer

There’s a story in the New Testament that Jesus shares with his disciples. Matthew 25:12-30 is the parable of the talents. The story goes: a rich owner/employer prepares to go off on a lengthy leave and summons three slaves. To each of the slaves he gives a...
Repairer and Restorer of the Streets

Repairer and Restorer of the Streets

It’s curious that religious activities are routinely not merely ignored, but condemned, in the stories of the Bible. Isaiah 58 is one such story calling out false vs. true worship. Or to put another way, what you do vs. what you say you’ll do. It seems no...

Special Guest November 16th – Dr. Kenzo

We are very excited to announce that on November 16th our worship service will include Dr. Kenzo. The former professor of systematic theology at Ambrose Seminary is currently the President of Evangelical Community of the Alliance in Congo, a church community of about...
Missing the Mark

Missing the Mark

There are certain words that have lost cultural meaning. ‘Sin’ is one where outside of the church walls you can find people who’ve never heard of it. Within church culture ‘sin’ is understood as doing ‘bad things’ against God....