EVERYTHING SUMMER | ORDINARY TIME 2018
Our first fall in the new building. A new chapter for our community. And the chance to once again see what God is up to.
If you are new to our community, welcome to our "Everything" page. Below you can find out all that is happening in the next few months in our community.
If there are any unanswered questions by the end of this, feel free to email Pastor Jill (firstname.lastname@example.org), Pastor Kevin (email@example.com) or the Elders (firstname.lastname@example.org) and they will make sure to answer your questions!
Our Sunday gatherings are in the afternoon.
2:30 for coffee/tea, 3pm for the service.
Our building is 130 Victoria Ave N, Hamilton Ontario.
There are bike lock stations as well as street parking on Victoria, and all side streets.
Please be respectful to neighbours as you park.
September 16 | Nuance Sermon Series Begins - 3pm start time begins, 2:30 coffee/tea
Each week in our sermon series is a different topic. Please pay attention to each weeks theme and come prepared to engage with the topic through the lens of Jesus.
September 23 | Technology
September 30 | Sex
October 7 | Same Sex Relationships - Monthly potluck to follow
October 14 | Gentrification - Guest preacher Jeff Neven from Indwell
October 21 | Marriage
October 28 | Marijuana
November 4 | Gender - Monthly potluck to follow
November 11 | Money
November 18 | Divorce + Remarriage
November 25 | Undisclosed
Living Rooms (Small Groups at Eucharist)
Our small groups have begun. Click here to see a list of Living Rooms. You can also get a list any Sunday at our gatherings.
We’re stepping into fall with a cozy evening of music, art and local brews.
Featuring Thomas St. Clair Tiger Bomb Joshua Lewis Emma Silverthorne and Friends. Interested in bringing music, art, or poetry to share? Message kevin (at) eucharistchurch.ca
Admission is PWYC ($10 suggested). Tall cans will be on sale, with some light refreshments.
Thursday October 25, 7pm at 130 Victoria Ave N.
Join us for a special Halloween edition of "Film + Theology" as we watch and discuss Jordan Peele's "Get Out" with Dr. Naaman Wood (professor at Redeemer University) and Bernadette Arthur (Race Relations Coordinator for the Canadian CRC church).
The film explores racism through a unique horror lens and will certainly inspire lively conversation. Bring drinks and snacks for yourself or to share (if you're a good person)!
Monday, October 29, 7:30pm at 130 Victoria Ave N.
Thursday 10-4pm the building will be open for anyone who wants to come by and work on their own stuff, pray or read in the sanctuary, or work on a building project.
The door to the office (on Evans Street) will be unlocked. Come hang out in the building.
Every Thursday at noon we are now praying at the building (130 Victoria Ave N)
We'd love to have you join us, and feel free to bring some work and stick around afterwards. The building will be open.
NEW SERMON SERIES | Nuance: Learning to Think Like Jesus
Anyone else feel like our culture is just a little polarized lately? Political fighting, Twitter hot takes, and a general buzz of busyness has made it hard to cut through the noise.
But the way of Jesus calls us to step away from battle lines and worldly allegiances. We are no longer shaped by the patterns of our world (or social media algorithms), but instead we have our mind renewed by the gospel.
So this fall we are embarking on a ten week sermon series looking at the biggest questions facing our modern culture, and asking “What does it look like to think like Jesus about this topic?”
Every Sunday at church we’ll have a voting station out where you can decide which topics you want to run through the lens of Jesus. Topics include money, sex, technology, gentrification, marijuana, divorce and marriage, lgtbq+, gender, and of course, meat sacrificed to idols.
Beyond just a Sunday sermon, we want people in our community to add their voice to the conversation, so make sure to check out the “Speakers Corner” set up in the building, where you can add a few minutes of nuance to any weeks topic.
Together we’ll sharpen our minds and learn to think (and live) a little more like Jesus.