Journeying together in Christ

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Journeying together in Christ

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Flower Delivery Ministry

Flowers for Sunday worship are delivered, after the services, to parishioners

Restorative justice: a method used for ages by Aboriginal People

The model most often followed in Canada today is patterned after the healing circles of the North American indigenous people & as well as the Maori of New Zealand. Their system served to protect individuals, ensure social stability and the integrity of the community. Much credit is given to the Mennonite Central Committee & to Howard Zehr in particular, for popularizing the theory & practices of restorative justice & pushing it forward. The Mennonites, as well as the Amish & Quakers are well-known for advocating & supporting restorative justice. They believe that a restorative approach is much more humane than the current punitive criminal justice systems. Howard Zehr’s book “Changing Lenses – A New Focus for Crime and Justice” is credited with presenting this “ground-breaking” theory of looking at & thinking about, a new way of viewing the criminal justice system. Well, it’s a new way to non-indigenous people at least.

Craft Group

All are welcome. Please contact Aldwyth Chisholm for details by calling the church: (613) 548-7254


Muffins for the Wednesday breakfasts

If you would kindly agree to make or buy some muffins, please bring them to the church and deposit them in to the freezer in the kitchen area.

Sound System Update

Tune in to the service by means of your iPod or smartphone. The smart phone must be capable of FM reception.