Lament is something that most of us don't do very often.  The word calls up emotions of sadness and regret--not a comfortable space for most of us.  Yet lament can also be a gift, helping us to process our emotions and move towards healing.  The invitation of Lent is to lean in to the awkwardness and vulnerability.

Not sure where to start?  Check out these images and words from our Ash Wednesday service.

The meaning of the Parable of the Talents is clear: God wants us to work hard and invest the gifts that God has given us.  While those values are good, what if there's more going on in this parable from Matthew 25 than we usually see?  Could there be echoes of the Exodus story and radical Sabbath Economics even in this famous "Protestant Work Ethic" text?

Read "Exposed Talents?" from Joe Heikman, or watch the video: https://youtu.be/yI4OgYKxXu4

 

 

Ah, breakfast.  Such a simple meal, a fresh fruit platter and coffee.  Yet this meal connects a man in Saskatoon with people and places around the globe.  What is your breakfast food telling you???

Read "Breakfast at the Parktown" from Bruno Baerg or listen below:

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Adult Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. 
Worship: 10:45 a.m. 

Family Singing Time: 10:15 a.m. 
Junior Sunday School During Worship

 

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