Christian Labour 2017 09 03

September 3, 2017 Christian Labour Story: The Giant Hyssop One of the flowers we have in our garden is Giant Hyssop.  It starts blooming in May and blooms until September, producing thin spikes of flowers loved by bees and butterflies as it produces lots of nectar. ...
More canoe ventures planned

More canoe ventures planned

By Jim Kenney Our trip down the Bow River on August 19 was very enjoyable with only one major glitch. We made a poor choice and I made a bad move in our approach to the last real set of rapids. Then we went for a swim. The water temperature was about the same as Cabos...

At A Crossroads

Story and Message for Cross Connections 2017 04 06 Cross Connections April 6, 2017 Story:  St. Matthew’s Resurrection Tree During the Christmas break in 2013, the family across the street from the church moved.  They chose to donate their tropical tree to St,...
Oblivion tomorrow

Oblivion tomorrow

Oblivion, a 2 act play about a young man’s struggle between his faith and his personal experience, will be staged at Red Deer Lake United Church at 7:00 pm on Saturday, March 25.  Tickets are $20/person.  This play has been life changing for many...

Responding to Today’s Challenges

We are faced with many challenges as followers of Jesus, beginning with reconciliation with First Nations people.  We need to begin by recognizing that asserting good intentions were part of the development of residential schools is similar to asserting that a man who...
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