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At King Street Community Church, it is our desire to help everybody feel at home, no matter what stage of life you may find yourself in. Our goal is to support the whole person—body, soul, mind and spirit.
Led by Dan Macaulay, this night of worship is for anyone and everyone. Free to come, we just want to worship with you! All ages. All voices. Songs you know. Glory to God. Who knows what God will do when His people make time and space to love on Him and hear from Him?
We’ll be hearing from Mayor of Oshawa, Dan Carter, on the issue of homelessness in our city.
OASIS (60+) is having a Thanksgiving Luncheon. Cost is $15.00 per person, includes lunch, dessert, coffee/tea and a guest speaker! Bring a friend!
No matter your sphere influence—in your family, school, work or church—you are invited to join an expected 405,000 people for two days of world-class leadership training.
So many people are looking for ways to save money, eliminate financial stress and work toward their goals. This 6-week course based on biblical principles will help equip you to create a budget, pay off debt, live within your means and plan the retirement of your dreams. It's time to revolutionize your finances, bring healing to relationships, and change your life.
Recent Blog Posts
Anxiety and depression are significant challenges for many people in our culture. Most of us know someone who has had a difficult struggle with either of these twin plagues facing our fast-paced, information-saturated, pressure-packed society.
On July 8, 1741 Jonathan Edwards wrote and delivered a sermon that was entitled ‘Sinners in the hands of an ANGRY God.’ It was part of what many have come to call the Great Awakening. The sermon focused on the wrath of God and was a well-intentioned effort to prompt people to enter the Kingdom of God by emphasizing God’s anger at sin, but according to Brian Zahnd—this effort to emphasize God’s anger with sin became God’s anger with the sinner.
In some ways, grappling with teenagers over bedtime has been a perennial rite of passage for parents. It’s developmentally appropriate, after all. Teenagers’ sleep rhythms shift around mid-adolescence and their bodies prefer staying up late and sleeping far into the day. While this adjustment is natural, it presents problems in many households because school still starts early and sleep-deprived teenagers are, well, hard to deal with in the morning.
We all know loneliness isn’t good for you. Sure, of course, there are good things about some alone time or solitude, but when it comes to prolonged isolation or loneliness, it has been shown to be a significant risk factor for various chronic illnesses and even earlier mortality. It’s no wonder why God said, it’s not good for man (or woman) to be alone.
It’s no secret that I love dogs! All I have to do is see a person walking their dog and it makes me smile! I went for a walk earlier this week, and my smile quickly left my face when I saw a dog almost get hit by a car.
This is not about looking for a dark spirit under every rock, or about spiritualizing all of our problems away. The material world needs to be enjoyed and engaged while recognizing things in the material world can be significantly influenced by dynamics in the spiritual dimension of life.
A gift left ‘unopened’ is of no value! Sabbath is a gift and when we fail to ‘keep it’—we neglect the gift that was generously given to us by God himself.
Wounds are real, not imagined. They need to be processed responsibly and not ignored. To be hurt is to be human and to heal requires the help of God and his healing community.
I recently heard a statement that painted a vivid picture of what it can be like when we choose not to forgive. "When we make the decision not to forgive someone, it's like us drinking poison and expecting the one who offended us to die."
It felt impolite, even rude, to tell my friends about Jesus, as if I were breaking some unwritten rule or law. Telling people about Jesus, outside the context of a mission’s trip to a foreign country, had become something only the weird Christians did – and no one wants to be a weird Christian. Sound familiar?