At Cedar Park United, you’ll find a progressive, welcoming community that is truly open to the outside world. We mean it when we say that our doors are open to all ages, races, denominations and sexual orientations. Together, we explore questions of faith and spirituality in and beyond the Christian tradition, and we are spurred on by our life and faith together to act on our shared concerns for social justice and caring for the earth.
We Walk this Road Together: Stranger Wisdom
In this sermon conversation between Rev Elisabeth and Afra Jalabi we will be stepping out beyond our normal boundaries this morning to share with you now two readings, the first will be the Gospel reading from Matthew 15, which set this whole conversation in motion. Afra will then read for us a surah from the Quran, chosen for its parallels to the Gospel text.
Here’s a quick glance at activities taking place under our roof March 19 – 31
On March 5 Vincent Randy facilited a workshop on discovering the practice of Christian meditation. We experienced it, learned about its origins and discovered its relevance as a form of prayer in today’s world.
With the launch of our Caring Community Resource Hub, we will have a new way of matching skill with need, talent with opportunity, and caregiver with care receiver to help us grow more fully as a Caring Community.
This week Douglas Knight presented a cheque of $2,500 from Voices for Hope concerts to Jessica Newey, Events Coordinator, West Island Palliative Care Residence.
We journey through Lent – and life – with some surprising companions who share God’s Dream of a healed and healing world.