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Joint Mid-Week Worship

Bethesda and St. Paul are making an attempt to start a mid-week worship service starting on Wednesday March 8th.  The services will be held at 8:00 pm.  The services are another opportunity for people to worship, especially for those that could not or cannot attend worship on a Sunday.  This service will be a bit…

Markham-Unionville Ecumenical Lenten Services

The Markham-Unionville Ministerial will once again hold their Ecumenical Lenten services on Sunday evenings at 7:00 pm during the season of Lent.  This year’s services will have the general theme of “The Sola Power of the Christian Faith”.  The theme is tied in to the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.  Some watchwords emerging out of…

German Bible and Hymn Books

Are you interested in owning a German Bible?  A member of the congregation has some bibles and hymn books in the German language.  She wants to make them available to anyone who desires to have them.  If you are interested, or know someone who is, please contact Pastor Roy.

Celebrating 15 Years of Support

  Shown here is the writing of the cheque to the Canadian Foodgrains Bank for the 2016 Sharecropper project of Bethesda Congregation.  Arthur Schickedanz of Galten Farms, Unionville on the left, Lorne Smith, Project Co-ordinator and Glenn Schaeffer, Chairman of the Church Council are preparing a cheque for $35,515.74 that has been sent to CFGB….

Finding God In The Most Unlikely Places

By now Christmas may have already faded from our conversations and has been relegated to the archives of our minds.  However, its message of the Incarnation and its meanings for our lives continue to accompany us every day of the year.  The Incarnation reminds us that the greatest and most valuable things in life can…