Monthly Archives: June 2017

Pathways – What makes for a good church?

What makes for a good church?  We may answer that question any number of ways, “A healthy children’s program” or “Bible based preaching” or “A keen sense of mission”.  All those are important, but Scripture clearly tells us that one of the marks of a good church is unity.  The book of Ephesians speaks of…

Pathways – The greatest miracle of them all

Before we go much further into the book of Jonah I feel we need to address the elephant in the room, or in this case the fish.  There may be some people who are unable to hear the great message of Jonah because they cannot believe the miracle that is at the heart of the…

Pathways – Redeemed for a reason.

It has been said that when God redeems he redeems us from something, to something and for something.  This is what happened when God redeemed the people of Israel.  He delivered them from slavery in Egypt.  Then he delivered them to himself in the promised land.  And finally, he delivered them for a reason –…

Ushers needed for English Worship Service

Criteria are a sincere smile and a caring heart. Anyone with these qualities please consider joining us to make SCBC a church that welcomes all into God’s kingdom. Would you like to be an Ambassador for English Worship service? Ushers/greeters urgently needed. Please contact Daisy Li at dais363@aol.com or 416-449-4657.

Pathways – Go!

My brother-in-law is an avid sailor.  I mean capital “A” avid.  He reads about sailing, talks about sailing and as soon as the good weather arrives he can be found sailing his lovely boat on lake Ontario.  Now you can imagine that it would be absurd for me to suggest that he never take his…

Pathways – We must go to the world or God will make us go

As we begin mission month this week our partner in mission, Elie Haddad, has chosen to speak from Acts 1:1-8. This is fitting, as verse 8 gives us our Lord’s master plan for evangelism. He says, “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in…