Friday, 26 April 2019
Recently, some members from URCNA churches have left for Eastern Orthodox churches. Our classis formed a committee to study the allure of these churches and formulate a Reformed response. Learn more and read the report.
Thursday, 4 January 2018
Pastor Morrison gave a series of talks in October on some of the most important but often un-taught aspects of Christianity. Learn more and listen to the talks online.
Wednesday, 2 October 2013
You can now download a printable sermon notes sheet from the Education page.
Thursday, 13 September 2012
Learn about Mnemosyne, a free computer program that can help you and your kids study the catechism.
Sunday, 11 March 2012
Often we think of sermons as lectures on biblical and theological facts, or as moral lessons. Actually, sermons are neither. Rather they are proclamations of what God has done for His people in Christ. In a sermon, the congregation should hear about God’s work for His people throughout the unfolding of biblical history. Adults and children alike should be able to answer the following questions after listening to a sermon:
- What was the point of the sermon?
- What did you hear about your sin?
- What did you hear about the Gospel?
- What has Christ done for you?
Parents should encourage children to listen closely so children can answer these questions.
Sunday, 21 May 2006