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Season of Pentecost: May 14 to June 24

Theme: How have the teachings of Jesus and Paul been changed/limited/co-opted over time? Even before the Christian Scriptures were collated and bound for the first time letters within it disagreed with just how much love and Grace God was offering when Jesus came to Earth. Jesus proclaimed that all were welcome and Paul taught that we have unity in diversity! We are unified in our diversity by a common thread – the golden rule.

June 17, 2018

Pentecost 4

    Scriptures: Romans 14: 1-23 Do not judge another

                       Psalm 15


Let us not be a hindrance or stumbling block!

Paul spent a lot of his ministry reminding people of the new commandment that we are to love one another as I would love you. Jesus served God and not himself. In this passage from Romans, Paul reminds the people who are weak in faith that they are welcome, but not so that they can place their agenda on others. Jesus calls us to advocate and care for those who are oppressed in our midst. We are called to stand with the oppressed, to be their allies, but not in the way that suits our purposes. What does it mean to be an ally?


  • Choir of Robertson-Wesley

After Workship:

All are invited to gather in the Memorial Hall for fellowship and refreshments.

June 24, 2018

Pentecost 5

    Scriptures: Ephesians 4: 1-16 The Gifts of the Spirit

                       Psalm 100


Knit together by our common thread.

We are called by God to share our gifts of the Spirit to build up the body of Christ. Paul explains to the Ephesians that we do this by leading a life worthy of the calling, with humility, gentleness, patience and love, thus bonding us in peace and unifying us in the Spirit. Let us celebrate what we have learned, share are questions, affirm our gifts and witness to the fact that our faith in God is the common thread that causes us to rise all together, growing side by side.


  • Choir of Robertson Wesley

After Workship:

All are invited to gather in the Memorial Hall for fellowship and refreshments.

Sermons - Copies to Hear or Read

The sermons at the Sunday morning worship services are usually recorded and transcribed and available on the R‑W Sermons blog . The audio is often available the same day and the text a few days later. The text is also available in our literature racks along with copies of the worship bulletins for about four weeks. The audio can also be accessed by pod-cast through iTunes.