We learn in the church and even sing in the church that “we are the church”. The church is not the building. And it’s true. But the church, that is the people, also need a place to call “home.” For 12 years KesPres had a home at the Georgina Ice Palace. For 12 years we
It’s that time of the year. We call it Holy Week in the church because we have been on a journey, the Lenten Journey for some time – nearly 40 days. Some of us have given up “something” like coffee or chocolate to remind ourselves that Jesus gave up everything for us. Others of us
It is with deep sadness that KesPres gathers to remember and celebrate the life of Rob Donovan on Sunday, October 1 at 2 pm at Keswick Presbyterian. Visitation with the family will take place at 1 pm and a light lunch will be served following the worship service. We pray for those closest to Rob
Parent’s call it the “most wonderful time of the year” while some churches call it “Back to Church Sunday.” Either way it’s an invitation, following the summer, to get back to what is best for us – for our children it’s school and for the believer it’s church. So on Sunday, September 17th we’re celebrating
Keswick Presbyterian Church is pleased to host a FREE Celtic evening of songs and stories with worship leader, song writer and recording artist Andy Rogers, who comes to us all the way from Ireland. Andy is presently in Canada and will be at KesPres on Sunday, June 11 at 6:30pm. Come enjoy a great evening
Please listen again to the sermon of April 23, re-read Romans 8:13-27 and on your own, or better still, join with one of our small groups during the week and consider these questions, as together we dig deeper. When Paul speaks of “sonship” (vs. 14) or “adoption” (vs. 23) what is he speaking about?
Please listen again to the sermon of March 12th, re-read Romans 6:1-14 and on your own, or better still, join with one of our small groups during the week and consider these questions, as together we dig deeper. What do you think might have been happening in Rome for Paul to begin with the
“Come join us as we observe the Season of Lent” typically gets three responses from those at our church. Lent? People who ask this question know very little about the church and even less about the seasons of the church year. So they sincerely ask questions about what we do and why we do it.
Please listen again to the sermon of Feb 19th, re-read Romans 4:1-25 and on your own or better still join with one of our small groups during the week and consider these questions as together we dig deeper. Put the meaning of the term “credit” in your own words. What images come to mind?
Please listen again to the sermon of Feb 5th, re-read Romans 3:9-20 and on your own or better still join with one of our small groups during the week and consider these questions as together we dig deeper. Paul says that every person is “under sin” (vs 9) What does that mean? How