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WORSHIP SERVICES I wonder why all four writers thought this miracle was worth repeat- ing? 1 think it was because of the incal- culable mathematics of grace. Like a good teacher, Jesus offered a pop math quiz. To Philip, Jesus asked, Where can we buy enough bread for all these people to eat?" (v. 5) Philip re- sponded, "We would all have to work a month to buy enough bread for cach person to have only a little piece." (v 7) Mark records the rest of the disciples multiply a gift. Simply put: God can flunking the test, "No one lives in this multiply whatever we have to give. and it is already very late. Send the people away so they can go to the Millgrove If faith were a candle, these fellows were sitting in the dark! While the disciples remained un- aware of Christs catering skills, it was Andrew who took an inventory and found a boy present whose mother had packed for him a lunch which in- cluded two barley loaves and five fish. Although all the disciples deserved a detention, Jesus went on to teach them and us something about his ability to United Church 370 Sth Conc. West, Millgrove Rev. Dr. Robin Wilkie Faith Matters another homeless person pushing her entire belongings in one grocery cart, she decided to make a difference. She painted baby food jars ladybug- red and distributed them to neigh- bours and businesses in order to collect change for the homeless. Eventually, she started the Ladybug Foundation which has raised over S4 million dollars and serves over 65 shel- ters across Canada. Pastor Bill Thornton Presently Millgrove United Church is worshipping via Zoom. We imvite you to join us. The service lasts about 45 minutes Ramborough Baptst Chuch (Starts 10.00 am Sunday morning) and then there Mathematics God can multiply whatever we have to give. So remember to sow seeds of generosity and kindness this winter and wait to see how they grow under the warmth of the Son in the spring. - Bill Thomton is the pustor at Flambor- ough Baptist Church. is a time to visit (you are welcome to stay or you can sign off). of grace If you are interested in joining us, please contact Robin Wilkie at 905-870-0314 or The feeding of the 5,000 is the only countryside and towns around here miracle, apart from the resurrection, recorded in all four Gospels. Hannah Taylor was just five years old when she looked out the window of her Winnipeg home and saw a home- less man eating out of a garbage can. That same year, when she witnessed to buy themselves something to eat." (6:35-36) email wilkierobinehotmail.com and we will send the link. Links are sent out on Fridays. 905-689-7144 www.milloveunitedchurch.com 1432 Centre Rd., Carlisle 905-689-8630 rehoboth Bethel Onel orship With CANADIAN KEFORMED CHURCH Christian Reformed Church To place your ad on the Worship page, please email Fiona Carlisle United Church Worship Services 616 Dundas St. at Kerns Rd. Sundays at 10 am & 3 pm Sunday Worship - Nursery Available - Worshiping at 1219 Dundas St. E., Burlington Pastor: Rev. Clarence VanderVelde www.bethelcrc.ca 905-689-7796 Online service available frudder@starmetrolandmedia.com Minister: Rev. Allison Playlair on the website. Services on our website at www.carlisleduc.ca St. Thomas Parish You are invited to worship with us at Ebenezer FREE REFORMED CHURCH Community YOUR PLACE Sat. 5:00 pm Sun. 9:00 & 11:30 am Belong TO CHURCH 715 Centre Rd., Waterdown stthomaswaterdown.com Thursday 6J0pm Dessert Sunday 10am Free Breakfast 915 &11 am Catherings Community Youth Mid-week 253 Weirs Lane, Dundas ON Community Kids 7pm Cathering Check us Dur t communitychuren ca SUNDAY ERVICES 9:00AM & 2:30PM friends& family GATHER HERE Children's SUNDAY SCHOOL 4:00PM friends&family GATHER HERE Ph: 905-628-8933 & www.sermonaudio com/fredundas Litre to The Banner of Truth Radio Brodct Sundays at 9am CITW-FM 93.7 Sundays at 3pm WDCX-FM 99.5 Worship wich Bishop Susan Bell FoodWithGrace Food with Grace Waterdown Food Bank remains open on Tuesday 2 pm to 6 pm. The building is closed to the public. Food will be available at the door. 157 MII St N, Parking at 182 Main St N. Waterdown Sundays at 10:00 am on facebook at hteps://www.facebook.com/niagaraanglican/ nith Virtual Gatherings on Zoom Grace Meditation with Grace. Saturdays 9:30 - 10:30 am Donations will be received Tuesdays 11 am to 6 pm. or Saturdays 10 to noon. Contact us at foodwgrace@graceanglicanwaterdown.org Thank you to all our Donors and Volunteers. Book Sendy - Jan 6 to March 31 - vG-A - Wednesdays at 7 pm GRACE ANGLICAN CHURCH Rector: Rev. Sue-Ann Ward Grace Sunday Virtual Services on Grace You Tube site Visit our website and facebook page egulary for information and follow us on twitter www.graceangicanwaterdown.org Contact 905-089-6715 x 80 WORSHIP SERVICES I wonder why all four writers thought this miracle was worth repeat- ing? 1 think it was because of the incal- culable mathematics of grace. Like a good teacher, Jesus offered a pop math quiz. To Philip, Jesus asked, Where can we buy enough bread for all these people to eat?" (v. 5) Philip re- sponded, "We would all have to work a month to buy enough bread for cach person to have only a little piece." (v 7) Mark records the rest of the disciples multiply a gift. Simply put: God can flunking the test, "No one lives in this multiply whatever we have to give. and it is already very late. Send the people away so they can go to the Millgrove If faith were a candle, these fellows were sitting in the dark! While the disciples remained un- aware of Christs catering skills, it was Andrew who took an inventory and found a boy present whose mother had packed for him a lunch which in- cluded two barley loaves and five fish. Although all the disciples deserved a detention, Jesus went on to teach them and us something about his ability to United Church 370 Sth Conc. West, Millgrove Rev. Dr. Robin Wilkie Faith Matters another homeless person pushing her entire belongings in one grocery cart, she decided to make a difference. She painted baby food jars ladybug- red and distributed them to neigh- bours and businesses in order to collect change for the homeless. Eventually, she started the Ladybug Foundation which has raised over S4 million dollars and serves over 65 shel- ters across Canada. Pastor Bill Thornton Presently Millgrove United Church is worshipping via Zoom. We imvite you to join us. The service lasts about 45 minutes Ramborough Baptst Chuch (Starts 10.00 am Sunday morning) and then there Mathematics God can multiply whatever we have to give. So remember to sow seeds of generosity and kindness this winter and wait to see how they grow under the warmth of the Son in the spring. - Bill Thomton is the pustor at Flambor- ough Baptist Church. is a time to visit (you are welcome to stay or you can sign off). of grace If you are interested in joining us, please contact Robin Wilkie at 905-870-0314 or The feeding of the 5,000 is the only countryside and towns around here miracle, apart from the resurrection, recorded in all four Gospels. Hannah Taylor was just five years old when she looked out the window of her Winnipeg home and saw a home- less man eating out of a garbage can. That same year, when she witnessed to buy themselves something to eat." (6:35-36) email wilkierobinehotmail.com and we will send the link. Links are sent out on Fridays. 905-689-7144 www.milloveunitedchurch.com 1432 Centre Rd., Carlisle 905-689-8630 rehoboth Bethel Onel orship With CANADIAN KEFORMED CHURCH Christian Reformed Church To place your ad on the Worship page, please email Fiona Carlisle United Church Worship Services 616 Dundas St. at Kerns Rd. Sundays at 10 am & 3 pm Sunday Worship - Nursery Available - Worshiping at 1219 Dundas St. E., Burlington Pastor: Rev. Clarence VanderVelde www.bethelcrc.ca 905-689-7796 Online service available frudder@starmetrolandmedia.com Minister: Rev. Allison Playlair on the website. Services on our website at www.carlisleduc.ca St. Thomas Parish You are invited to worship with us at Ebenezer FREE REFORMED CHURCH Community YOUR PLACE Sat. 5:00 pm Sun. 9:00 & 11:30 am Belong TO CHURCH 715 Centre Rd., Waterdown stthomaswaterdown.com Thursday 6J0pm Dessert Sunday 10am Free Breakfast 915 &11 am Catherings Community Youth Mid-week 253 Weirs Lane, Dundas ON Community Kids 7pm Cathering Check us Dur t communitychuren ca SUNDAY ERVICES 9:00AM & 2:30PM friends& family GATHER HERE Children's SUNDAY SCHOOL 4:00PM friends&family GATHER HERE Ph: 905-628-8933 & www.sermonaudio com/fredundas Litre to The Banner of Truth Radio Brodct Sundays at 9am CITW-FM 93.7 Sundays at 3pm WDCX-FM 99.5 Worship wich Bishop Susan Bell FoodWithGrace Food with Grace Waterdown Food Bank remains open on Tuesday 2 pm to 6 pm. The building is closed to the public. Food will be available at the door. 157 MII St N, Parking at 182 Main St N. Waterdown Sundays at 10:00 am on facebook at hteps://www.facebook.com/niagaraanglican/ nith Virtual Gatherings on Zoom Grace Meditation with Grace. Saturdays 9:30 - 10:30 am Donations will be received Tuesdays 11 am to 6 pm. or Saturdays 10 to noon. Contact us at foodwgrace@graceanglicanwaterdown.org Thank you to all our Donors and Volunteers. Book Sendy - Jan 6 to March 31 - vG-A - Wednesdays at 7 pm GRACE ANGLICAN CHURCH Rector: Rev. Sue-Ann Ward Grace Sunday Virtual Services on Grace You Tube site Visit our website and facebook page egulary for information and follow us on twitter www.graceangicanwaterdown.org Contact 905-089-6715 x 80