Jul
31
Aug 4

Choose Your Own Adventure Summer Camp

At this summer's camp we will talk about how each child attending is the main character in the adventure and story of their own lives. We will look at a new bible story every day where the main characters made choices that either went well or not so well for them.

As a take away each bible story, treasure verse, craft, object lesson, and game along with all the fun with new and old fiends will lead to knowledge that a relationship with God will help us make choices that God wants us to make. 

The reward is that we can learn ho to make these choices that lead to pleasing actions and the best outcome for our lives in relationship with God.


Jul
23
10:00 am10:00

Worship Service - Guest Speaker Debora Rolls

Lumps, Bumps and Jumps: How God Builds character. Scripture Reading: 2 Samuel 12:13-20; Daniel 4: 28-34

Questions for Reflection

  • Have you every considered the difference between punishment and discipline?
  • When you are going rhrough a trial have you prayed and asked God to reveal his purpose in the pain?
  • Looking back at the painful or challenging circumstances in your life - did they teach you something useful, or prepare you for increasing responsibility?

 

Jul
16
10:00 am10:00

Worship Service

"Answer me O Lord, answer me, so that this people may know that you, O Lord, are God and that you have turned their heart back" - 1 Kings 18:37

"Answer me O Lord, answer me, so that this people may know that you, O Lord, are God and that you have turned their heart back" - 1 Kings 18:37

Come to the Mountain - Proof That The Lord is God. Scripture reading 1 Kings 18: 20-39.

Ideas to Ponder

Who do you relate to? Do you feel like the people of Israel, busy, distracted, and drifting. Do you feel like the prophets of Baal, looking for solutions in all the wrong places? Do you feel like Elijah, strong today and struggling tomorrow? Wherever we are, God loves us and wants to restore us.

Jul
2
10:00 am10:00

Worship Service

Come To The Mountain: What's In A Name? 

Scripture Matthew 17: 1-8; Exodus 3: 1-14

Questions for Reflection

1. What is the meaning or story behind your personal name?

2. What is the meaning and significance of the name that God gives to Moses? Why would this be important to Moses and also for the people of Israel at the time it was given?

3. What is the meaning and significance of the name of Jesus? Whay does this mean for you on a daily basis?

Jun
25
10:00 am10:00

Worship Service with Baptism

Abraham called the name of the place "the Lord will provide" - Genesis 22:14

Abraham called the name of the place "the Lord will provide" - Genesis 22:14

Message: Come To The Mountain - Testing and Trusting. Scripture - Genesis 22: 1-14; Romans 4: 16-18

Questions For Reflection:

1. When has your faith been tested? How did you respond?

2. God never asked this test of anyone else except Abraham. Never, except one day when God did not provide a lamb, but was the lamb - for us. How can we respond to such grace?

Jun
15
Jun 17

Camping Anyone

Pam and Wayne are arranging a camping adventure for people at Glenbrook. Here are the details….

Location: Point Farms Provincial Park

Age: Open to all who are 19 and over. Seniors welcome!

Time: Saturday night group PotLuck. Sunday Night Dinner Out 

Come for the whole weekend or come for a day.

Inexperienced campers welcome. Not a camper? There are other accommodation options in the area including - Colbourne Bed and Breakfast

Contact:
Pam or Wayne 

May
28
10:00 am10:00

Joint Service with Glenbrook and St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Churches

The whole congregation is invited on a visit to St. Andrew’s Presbyterian in Streetsville at 295 Queen Street.  Both congregations have been hearing about the Reluctant Prophet Jonah through the recent sermons by Pastor Pye Chew and Pastor Ian.  To mark the end of this joint sermon series the 2 churches will worship together in Streetsville and have a potluck sandwich lunch afterwards.

Please see the Potluck Lunch Sign Up.  We need enough sandwiches, desserts, veggie trays and fruit trays to feed our own congregation.  The Streetsville congregation will look after all of the drinks for us.

Also see the Car Pool Sign-up in our lobby this Sunday if you wish to share a ride that morning.  We could meet in the Glenbrook parking lot at 10:00 and then travel to St. Andrew’s for the 10:30 service.

There is an elevator closest to the back entrance of St. Andrew’s Presbyterian just off the back parking area to make getting to the sanctuary easier.

This should be a fun fieldtrip and rewarding time of sharing so please join us!

May
21
7:00 pm19:00

Board Games & Fireworks!

Have Games Will Travel - Everyone is invited to an evening of board games and socializing on Sunday May 21st at 7pm.

It is the long weekend and we should have some fun!  I suggest that you choose a favorite game or two from home and pick up a favorite type of snack and bring them to share with all of us.  The church will provide drinks for this evening of Socializing, cards, board games, and ping pong. We will also have a short Fireworks display to round out our fun night if as long as weather permits.

  

 

May
21
10:00 am10:00

Family Service

no Sunday School Programming but instead Activity Boxes for children to use while in service with their families.

May
14
10:00 am10:00

Mother's Day Service with Communion

A Mother, A Son and A Saviour - Luke 7:11-17

Questions for Reflection

Compassion is a dangerous virtue to cultivate. Why is that? What is the cost of compassion? What is the reward of compassion?

Can you be a true disciple and be dispassionate toward people in need? Why or why not?

How can a sense of compassion help you to pray effectively?

May
7
10:00 am10:00

Worship Service

The Reluctant Prophet: When God Changed His Mind. Scripture Jonah 3:1-10; John 3:1-10

Questions for Reflection;

  • Have you ever changed your mind about something or someone? What was it that caused you do do this?
  • The prophet Jonah was given a second chance by God to bring a warning to the people of Nineveh? How do they respond? Why does God change his mind about their future?
Mar
26
10:00 am10:00

William Min, Pastoral Student

Sermon - What is in Your Hand - scripture Romans 12: 1-8; Exodus 4 1-5

Questions for Reflection:

  1. What are some quirks, oddities, weakness that you possess. How can they be turned into a blessing to people around you
  2. How can you use not only your talents and gifts, but even the things that you have seen as disadvantages to glorify God.