This Sunday (January 15) is the Second Sunday in Epiphany and the Reverend Wes Denyer will begin a mini-series around our relationship to scripture and will be preaching a sermon entitled “How the Bible Came to Be.” The Bible is not a book written by a single author, but a collection of narratives, hymn lyrics, poetry, prophecies and letters written down over a period of several hundred years. People often find the Bible challenging and confusing to read, sometimes with different passages seemingly contradicting one another. This Sunday we will consider some of the ways in which the Bible comes to us in its present form, how we understand it, and, perhaps most significantly, how we might make it a living part of our faith today.
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Worship takes place Sundays at 10:30 a.m. At RPC, worship is vibrant and joyous, welcoming all ages. Singing is led by our senior choir and soloists. Nursery and church school are available. Holy Communion is held on the first Sunday of October, December, March and June, as well as Easter Sunday and Christmas.
The latest edition of RPC's Newsletter Dates & Updates is now online.
The Four Gospels
Exploring Sacred Scripture
REST, RENEW, RELAX! A Retreat for Young Moms: January 14th-15th with speaker Rev. Kristine O'Brien at Crieff Hills Retreat and Conference Centre. Moms of young children are invited to come away for a night at Crieff. This would make a great Christmas gift for mom! Details here.
For more than a year now, Rosedale Presbyterian Church has been preparing to sponsor a Syrian refugee family. We were fortunate to have two co-sponsors working with us: Leaside Presbyterian Church and Morningside-High Park Presbyterian Church, both of which committed contribute both financial and volunteer support. At last, in early December 2016, we were delighted to welcome our refugee family to Canada. Thanks to everyone incvolved in this process.
Our thanks to Pat and Tony Keith for sponsoring an afternoon of lively music and fellowship in support of RPC's refugee family here at Rosedale Presbyterian Church on Sunday March 13, 2016. Listen here.
On December 20. 2015, under the direction of Dr. Allan Bevan, the RPC Choir and harpist Kristan Toczko performed the Cantata A Ceremony of Carols Op. 28 by Benjamin Britten. Listen here.