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July 21, 2019

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A Faith Story – Part Three Samantha and Tamara sat across from one another, hands locked together as they reached across the table in the hospital cafeteria. Sahara was sitting with her five year old daughter, Faith, in Faith’s hospital room while Sahara’s mother, Samantha, was catching up with her own older sister, Tamara, who was Faith’s doctor at the Hospital for sick children in Toronto. The two sisters had not seen each other for over thirty-five years after Samantha had left their London, Ontario home to live on the streets after having been abused by her aunt’s husband as a young...

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July 14, 2019 sermon

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A Faith Story – Part Two It was Easter Sunday, 2018, when Tamara watched her sister being killed. At least that’s what the records showed. But Samantha had died many times long before that fateful day. Tamara and Samantha were born in the late 1960’s in London, England to parents from a multi-racial lineage. Tamara was two years older than Samantha and had a dark complexion with an oval face framed by dark, curly hair. Samantha had a narrower face with high cheekbones and straight, blonde hair that was of a fine texture. In the early 1970’s, the family immigrated to Canada and settled in the...

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July 2019 – ‘From the Pastor’s Desk’

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Please click link below to read the newsletter From the Pastor July 2019

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July 7, 2019 sermon

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A Faith Story – Part One It was Easter Sunday, 2018, when Tamara watched her sister being killed. At least that’s what the records showed. But Samantha had died many times long before that fateful day. Tamara and Samantha were born in the early 1960’s in London, England to parents from a multi-racial lineage. Tamara was two years older than Samantha and had a dark complexion with an oval face framed by dark, curly hair. Samantha had a narrower face with high cheekbones and straight, blonde hair that was of a fine texture. In the mid 1960’s, the family immigrated to Canada and settled in the...

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From the Pastor’s Desk – June 2019

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From the Pastor June 2019

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