The Good Shepherd

The Good Shepherd

The Good Shepherd We have two well known passages today: Psalm 23 and Jesus' words on being The Good Shepherd from John's gospel. Both passages speak to God's abiding care for creation and us. They also remind us that God's love extends beyond us to all people. This...

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Services – April 18, 2021

Services – April 18, 2021

Services - April 18, 2021 Rev. Ellis is on vacation this week. Below you will find information on a variety of different services from other Presbyterian church's within our Presbytery. I hope that this Sunday you are able to find a service to view or perhaps to spend...

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What Part Will You Play?

What Part Will You Play?

What Part Will You Play? Our passage from John's gospel this week is well known. It features the disciples in the upper room and focuses on the declaration of Thomas after he sees the wounds on Jesus' body. It is also where we get the catch phrase doubting Thomas. ...

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He has Been Raised, He is not Here

He has Been Raised, He is not Here

He is Not Here, He has been Raised! Christ is Risen! He is Risen Indeed! The familar refrain is shouted, today is the day of resurrection. A day of new hope, a day of new possibilities. Christ is risen from the grave, death is defeated.  On Easter morning I am drawn...

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Who Made the Right Choice?

Who Made the Right Choice?

Who Made the Right Choice? We have journeyed through Lent and have arrived in Jerusalem with Jesus. Traditionally on Palm Sunday we read one of the passages that we refer to as the Triumphal Entry, where we find Jesus entering Jerusalem riding on a donkey. The...

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We Would Like to See Jesus

We Would Like to See Jesus

We Would Like to See Jesus The journey to the cross is almost complete. The passage from John's gospel today is the last public appearance of Jesus before the cruicifixion. A group of Greek's are in Jerusalem for the Passover Festival, having heard of Jesus they...

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God’s Love

God’s Love

God's Love God's love is a truely extraordinary thing! It's true expression to creation is difficult to accurately difuse with words. In our passage from John this morning Jesus talks about why he came and what it means. He makes a curious reference to a passage from...

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Reflecting on Rest

Reflecting on Rest

Reflecting on Rest Our passage today doesn't feature Jesus at rest. In fact, it display's the opposite. Jesus is rather busy during his visit to the temple in Jerusalem. In some respects we don't even recognize Jesus, as his behaviour is very aggressive when he sees...

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Something Worth Dying To

Something Worth Dying To

Something Worth Dying To What does it mean to follow Jesus? What does it mean to die, only to be born again? These two questions seem simple on the surface, but they have confounded Christians throughout the years. In scripture Nicodemus has a difficult time...

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Lent Begins in the Wilderness

Lent Begins in the Wilderness

Lent Begins in the Wilderness Welcome to the first Sunday of Lent. Today's service features a communion service. Before you begin the video you may want to prepare a slice of bread or bun along with some juice. Lent is the time before Easter. It is a period of deep...

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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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