Ben and Charity have chosen to be the hands and feet of Christ by fostering. Here is their story.
Because of the freezing rain worship will not be held on Woodbine Ave but on Facebook Live. So you are invited to join us on Sunday, April 15 at 10:30am (ET) for unplugged worship. You can find us here: www.facebook.com/KeswickPresbyterianChurch.
A men’s group in a bar? Seriously? But then again, is this not something Jesus would have done?
Melanie volunteers by making sewn hearts for cardiac patients but in truth she is giving away the heart of God.
Deb is serving at a community meal in Georgina. She is not simply serving meals but is serving Jesus.
Tim volunteers coaching local kids in the community. Tim’s ministry is being the hands and feet of Jesus to these kids and parents at the rink.
An honest and lovely story of one Mom serving other Mom’s in our community and at the same time serving Jesus.
During the season of Lent we are asking those from our church who serve our community and are the presence of Christ to others to tell us there story so that they can inspire us to serve as well. Here is Murray’s story. Murray’s Story of being a Cancer Driver
If you didn’t grow up in the church you might find some things the church does as “odd”. Like, why would anyone smudge ashes on their foreheads? Others of us may have grown up in the church and such an act was for “other” churches and not for me. Still others misunderstand Lent as being
This year, from March 16-29 2018, I have been chosen to go on a missions trip to Hyderabad, India as a part of my school’s short-term missions team. Over the past years of my life, God has been shaping me into who he wants me to be. I believe that God has been calling me