Encouragement

In this season when we are unable to meet physically, we wanted to help foster community through the sharing of songs, prayers or reflections. 

wednesday, July 29

Anonymous


Wednesday, July 22

CCC Worship Team

We look forward to sharing worship and communion together via Zoom this Sunday at 10 AM. There is room at the table for everyone!


Table Blessing by Jan Richardson

To your table

you bid us come.

You have set the places,

you have poured the wine,

and there is always room,

you say,

for one more.

And so we come.

From the streets

and from the alleys

we come.

From the deserts

and from the hills

we come.

From the ravages of poverty

and from the palaces of privilege

we come.

Running,

limping,

carried,

we come.

We are bloodied with our wars,

we are wearied with our wounds,

we carry our dead within us,

and we reckon with their ghosts.

We hold the seeds of healing,

we dream of a new creation,

we know the things

that make for peace,

and we struggle to give them wings.

And yet, to your table

we come.

Hungering for your bread,

we come;

thirsting for your wine,

we come;

singing your song

in every language,

speaking your name

in every tongue,

in conflict and in communion,

in discord and in desire,

we come,

O God of Wisdom,

we come


Monday, July 13

Anonymous


Wednesday, July 8

Maxine O.


Saturday, July 4

Anonymous


Thursday, July 2

Carol S.

This is a rather meaningful lead in to our national anthem. Happy Canada Day!


Tuesday, June 30

Bob O.

One of my favourite hymns is “At Calvary.” It tells about how I was without Jesus and how Calvary gives us all a different way of living. Hallelujah!

Years I spend in vanity and pride; Caring not my Lord was crucified

Knowing not it was for me He died on Calvary

Mercy there was great and grace was free Pardon there was multiplied to me

There my burdened soul found liberty at Calvary

By Gods words at last my sin I learned; Then I tremble at the law I'd spurned

Till my guilty soul imploring turned to Calvary

O the love that drew salvation's plan; O the grace that brought it down to man

O the mighty gulf that God did span at Calvary

Mercy there was great and grace was free; Pardon there was multiplied to me

There my burdened soul found liberty at Calvary

Oh and now I've given to Jesus everything; Now I gladly own Him as my King

Now my raptured soul can only sing of Calvary

Mercy there was great and grace was free; Pardon there was multiplied to me

There my burdened soul found liberty at Calvary