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Exploring Faith and Building Relationships with God, People, and the Earth

Sunday services start at 10:30am.

Special children’s activities and nursery care provided

As part of worship we acknowledge Indigenous Peoples, the original nations of the land on which this church is built and who continue to cry out for justice.

 

Sunday October 22,    Who is part of BUC?

children@buc   CLEAN-UP!

 

Upcoming Events

Sunday October 29, 10.30 am  Reformation 500  Worship leader Jim McKibbin

 

 

 

 

 

 

Christmas Marketplace  Saturday Nov 18, 10 am -2pm   Marketplace ~ please click here for more details

 

 Music series for the 2017/8 season

Jam Nite ~ please click for more details

Jazz & Reflection ~ please click for more details

Organ Stops ~ please click for more details

Sound Wave Café ~ please click for more details

 

 

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Beach United Church
140 Wineva Avenue
Toronto, ON M4E 2T4
416-691-8082
office@beachuc.com
Office hours 9 am – 1 pm. Monday -Friday

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Beach United Church is a congregation of the United Church of Canada, located in the Beaches neighbourhood of Toronto. Our Sunday services start at 10:30am and there are lots of other things happening throughout the week. All are welcome. We strive to be a community where people of all ages and circumstances can enrich their spiritual lives.
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Beach United Church shared their event.Saturday, October 21st, 2017 at 5:23am
Mark your calendars. There will be lots of treats and treasures and tasty bits.
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Beach United ChurchSaturday, October 21st, 2017 at 2:00am
Here's an excerpt from Karen's eSpirit message this week:
It seems to me that it is less important to fret about the changes that happen in our lives but rather to focus on where we choose to put energy, as we decide how we are going to live in the midst of change. What values are going to shape us? Are we willing to try and make space for encounters with the holy?

Here are some more wonderful images from Wendy Fletcher-March in her poem “Quilt Beyond the Frame” -

I expected the pattern of these years would fit
the frame built by my own design.
In the living I saw that the pieces didn't fit
nor match, nor form the pattern of my mind.

Instead I saw the colours spilling over the edges
running into corners, and leaping over.
The design woven in the spilling formed more
living than the frame of my imagination.

[photo: Pixabay - Creative Commons]
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Beach United Church shared Fred Victor - Helping People Find Place & Purpose's post.Tuesday, October 17th, 2017 at 5:30am
Some familiar Beach United faces in this group who participated in Fred's Walk on Sunday morning. We think they're amazing too!
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Beach United Church added an event.Sunday, October 15th, 2017 at 8:08am
Join friends and neighbours at the annual Christmas Marketplace at Beach United Church. Free admission, and there's something for everyone:
* One-of-a-kind gift ideas - local artisans and vendors, arts & crafts, homemade preserves, home-baked goods featuring our famous meat pies
* Live muisc & fun activities for all ages
* Delicious food
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Beach United ChurchSaturday, October 14th, 2017 at 2:00am
From Karen's eSpirit message this week: On Sunday we will consider the question, Where have we come from? It will be an opportunity to think about the things that we do together in community that create openings in our lives where the presence of God might be known. Such activities are known as “practices.”

Practices help to shape the formation of identity. For us that would be the exploration of our Christian identity, recognising we live in a world where there are many pathways to God. Christian practices are actions carried out in response to the life and teaching of Jesus; they focus on such things as “love your neighbour” & justice for all. They bridge the gap between thinking and doing, and show how much each is related to the other.

How does this idea of “practices” help us think about ‒ and live ‒ the Christian life? Marcus Borg answers this question in a simple yet profound way:
~ practice is paying attention to God
~ practice is not simply something we do; rather it nourishes us

So I invite you to think about the things that nourish you and reflect upon how God might be present in those activities.

[Photo: Sebastian Unrau]
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