Prayer Time: Thankful for Grace

God of grace and God of life, we seek your presence in our lives. We long to know you and walk in your path of righteousness. We recognize that we live in a broken world, full of dangers and temptations. We know that there are many people and organizations who fight...

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Two World Visions

My kids like to eat cereal for breakfast. No real surprise there and as far as they are concerned the more sugar the better. However, they like to eat their cereal dry with a glass of milk on the side. Now my boys are a little competitive and nothing makes me chuckle...

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Primer for Sunday: A Fair Wage

The Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard is a difficult piece of scripture to deal with. Issues of fairness, justice and the value of a days work are all themes that emerge from this reading. However, at its core this is a teaching from Jesus about the Kingdom of...

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Prayer Time: A Prayer for Forgiveness

Over the past few weeks we have been studying about forgiveness as Jesus has presented it in Matthew 18. This week as we pray we focus on forgiveness. Remembering to forgive ourselves as well as others. This prayer is adapted from Worship for an Easter People vol. 3...

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The Discipleship of Forgiveness

As some of you know before I attended Knox College I worked as a financial advisor for one of the banks. One day while working I had a woman in her late sixties come in to see me. It was the first time I had met her and she looked nervous. In her hands she was holding...

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Prayer Time: A Gaelic Poem for Peace

This prayer is taken from the book The Sun Dances: Prayers and Blessings from the Gaelic by Alexander Carmichael (1960). The Peace of God, the peace of men, the peace of Columba kindly, the peace of Mary mild, the loving, the peace of Christ, King of tenderness. The...

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Forgiveness, Grace and Reconciliation

You might find this hard to believe, but every once in a while my kids fight. It usually surrounds a toy and usually ends up with one or both of them in tears. Eventually one of them comes up to me or Kate and says, “Ethan hit me” or “Logan won’t share his toy.” The...

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Upcoming Events in September

It is hard to believe that September is here already. Children have finished their first week of school and the very first leaves have begun to change colour. The upcoming week represents the renewal of many activities at St. Andrew's. If you would like more...

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St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church

St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church

St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Cobourg is part of the Presbyterian Church in Canada. The congregation was established in 1833 and continues to serve the community.

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