The Meeting House

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How Jesus shows us the love of God even in the wilderness.
Today we begin “God Only Knows", our wide-open opportunity for pastors at The Meeting House to share what God is saying to them these days. Today, part 1, Bruxy is talking on the topic of real righteousness.
Only Jesus knows where we are heading, so Christian mission is a journey of Holy Spirit empowerment to live the future life today.
Jesus repeatedly told his followers what the Kingdom of Heaven was like and yet we sometimes feel confused about what it is exactly. The Kingdom of Heaven is all around us when we embody the practices Jesus outlined for his disciples: radical f
Looking back at the birth of the church as multi-national movement through Pentecost, we see that inciting event as our DNA as Jesus-followers and how we are empowered through the Spirit to live out God’s message of healing today.
As our partner communities with World Vision begin their transition from our support, we reflect on the intersections of poverty and Jesus' ministry and the role we can play to end poverty.
The identity and essence of Jesus in his own words.
Today we are asking: WHY did Jesus die? The Hebrew Bible claimed that one day, God would change the way God and people related to one another. This “new covenant” would be more intimate, and more relational – a covenant of love instead of law.
What did Jesus teach? In Mark’s Gospel, we read about an occasion when a religious leader asked Jesus about the greatest command we should live by.
The love story that is our origin story.
By his name, billions of people curse. And in his name, billions of people pray. What makes Jesus so interesting, so offensive, and/or so attractive to so many?
This Easter we reflect on Jesus as the ‘Son of God’, who saves us both from sin and death, but also to something; Jesus saves us today to have abundant life, to live in the light and to be a community of love.
It is COVID one year later, and we are taking the time to reflect on a season of uncertainty, finding hope, not in ourselves or even our circumstances, but in God, and his purposes for us.
Jesus shows us how to love God by loving one another.
It is COVID one year later, and we are taking the time to reflect on a season of uncertainty, finding hope, not in ourselves or even our circumstances, but in God, and his purposes for us.
Finding hope in a season of uncertainty.
We’re learning from Jesus how to celebrate the diversity of the Kingdom as we hear from people with disabilities and learn from the Scriptures how to make our hearts and churches more accessible and welcoming.
We’re learning from Jesus how to celebrate the diversity of the Kingdom as we hear from people with disabilities and learn from the Scriptures how to make our hearts and churches more accessible and welcoming.
We’re learning from Jesus how to celebrate the diversity of the Kingdom as we hear from people with disabilities and learn from the Scriptures how to make our hearts and churches more accessible and welcoming.
We’re learning from Jesus how to celebrate the diversity of the Kingdom as we hear from people with disabilities and learn from the Scriptures how to make our hearts and churches more accessible and welcoming.
Each of our Meeting House sites get to hear from their own local pastors from their parishes as we wrap up our final week in this series. Listen in on our Oakville Parish Pastors Karmyn and Kate as they share about our call to freedom in Christ
We cultivate peace and gratitude as our normative way of being Christian in this world.
Love is our choice. The Father is our source. Jesus is our model. The Spirit is our energizer.
We’re starting the new year with a renewed focus on Jesus.
We’re starting the new year with a renewed focus on Jesus.
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