The promise given in the book of Jeremiah 31:31-34 is that God will one day communicate with people directly: "I will put my Law in their minds and on their hearts. I will be their God, and they will be my people. No longer will they need to teach one another or remind one another to listen to God, for all of them, high and low, will listen to me."

What does that mean and when will/did that change happen? In other words, is this the last sermon you'll ever need?

Read "Living a New Covenant" from Joe Heikman or listen below

None of us enjoys darkness in our lives but sometimes we find ourselves going into it anyway. Lent provides an opportunity to reflect on our dark places with an invitation to find healing and hope. Come, acknowledge the darkness and walk in the light.

Read "Me & You & Darkness In View" from Audrey Mierau Bechtel or listen below

At RJC, staff and students endeavour to take to heart Stanley Hauerwas' claim that the primary guide to a Christian's behaviour is a community shaped by engagement with God's story.  This perspective, which can be found in the story of Jesus' healing of the paralytic, informs the way in which RJC students participate in community oriented service and in the instructional decisions of the school's new initiatives.

We were pleased to have Richard Janzen and the Rosthern Junior College Chorale lead our service. Read RJC Chorale Deputation from RJC teacher David Epp or listen below

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Worship: 10:45 a.m.

Adult Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Family Singing Time 10:15 a.m.
Junior Sunday School and Nursery during the morning worship.


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Pastor Joe Heikman
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