Grace’s Sunday School students are participating in an exciting new challenge. They’re collecting an offering to support farming families in the western highlands of Guatemala through Presbyterian World Service & Development. Details about the project are on the poster below!
Grace has had a lot of change, and it can be difficult to know who to talk to. So, to reduce the potential for frustration, Grace has put together this list to help you identify who you should connect with about what, with the hope that you will be able to connect with the best support sooner.
This Ash Wednesday, February 14th, 2018, from 12:30 to 1:15 pm, ministry staff at Grace Presbyterian Church will be outside offering prayer and Ashes to Go to our Beltline neighbours. Everyone who follows the teachings of Jesus Christ as well as those who strive to – regardless of denomination – will be welcomed to receive […]
On the evening of January 14, 2018, Elders, the Board of Managers and the Women’s Fellowship gathered together to be recognised and celebrated for their dedicated service. We enjoyed a delicious meal catered by culinary students from SAIT. Our keynote speaker, Patty Farris, spoke about Continuing our Call. Additional speakers included: The Rev. Dr. Jean […]
Exciting days at Grace Presbyterian Church! On January 7, 2018, we were delighted to witness and celebrate the baptism of 15 members of the Anyuak community within Grace’s Church Family. Photos thanks to Doug Fee.
Advent 2017 begins on December 3, and a lot is going on at Grace. Click here to find out when the different services and events are happening.
On Sunday, November 12, the Lead Minister Search Committee distributed the name and biography of the lead minister candidate: Rev. Harry Currie. There will be a chance to meet Rev. Currie at Grace on Saturday, November 25, and on the following day, Sunday, November 26, he will be preaching for a call. On Sunday, December […]
In response to tragedy, the Japanese art of Kintsukuroi can tell us something about restoration, redemption, and repairing brokenness.
A look back at Martin Luther’s protest 500 years ago, and a brief exploration of the Reformation and what it means for the church today.
Cake Bake through the eyes of Someone who doesn’t like Christmas Cake When I first arrived at Grace, back in January, I heard whispers about a thing called Cake Bake: a strange week when the Grace kitchen (and truthfully, the entire dining hall) is transformed into a Christmas Cake factory. “It’s the best Christmas cake […]