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Contact Council: If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to email the council at [email protected]

1Life online conversation series: 1Life, your new bi-classical learning collective is launching itself with a five-part monthly lecture series in partnership with The Kings University. The second lecture is Monday, February 8, 7 pm - 8:30 pm Topic: Gender and Sexuality – Disgust and the Ethics of Empathy. The series will be hosted by Pastor Joel Ringma (Terrace CRC). To register for this event or all 5 see Eventbrite 

Book Discussion: READING WHILE BLACK - Join CRC campus ministers Rick Mast (University of Alberta in Edmonton) and Mike Wagenman (Western University in Ontario) for a discussion of Esau McCaulley’s new book, Reading While Black: African-American Biblical Interpretation as an Exercise in Hope. We will meet on Sunday, January 24 at 5 pm PST via Zoom. You can register at Reading While Black book discussion

Fireside Chat: Christian Stewardship Services (CSS) is excited to host another "Fireside Chat", January 20th at 8:00 PM EST. Have your questions about wills and charitable giving answered! Explore tax-effective charitable giving, how to leave behind a positive legacy for those you love, and get past roadblocks holding you back! It's a fun evening of discussion and learning. Register for at our Events page here OR Click here to find out more about CSS.

Stob Lecture Colloquium - Calvin Theological Seminary invites you to the Stob Lecture Colloquium 2021 on Monday, January 18th at 4pm. This event will be live streamed and can be watched at This year's featured guest is Jemar Tisby, author, speaker, and president of The Witness: A Black Christian Collective. The colloquium is an in-depth conversation on his text Color of Compromise, moderated by Denise Posie and Dave Beelen, Calvin Seminary's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Discipleship Coaches. For more information, visit

Calvin University January Series: Each year Calvin University provides a publicly accessible series of speakers on various topics related to the Christian life and worldview. This year the January Series runs from January 6 - 26, 2021, and because of COVID-19 is offered to us in the safety and comfort of our homes. They are offering an impressive lineup of speakers and topics. The series is free of charge, but you need to register to watch it. More information on the content, speakers list, and REGISTRATION details can be found at

The Worship Symposium is online this year!  Engage in online learning experiences around key topics and themes in worship and the Christian life at the Calvin Symposium on Worship: January 6-26, 2021. The online Symposium features flexible learning options available to all people regardless of their location.s putting on a number of online events to help us journey through Advent this year.  Take a look here. 

GROUNDWORK: WORSHIP - What makes worship a spiritual discipline? Study 1 Chronicles 15:16-22, Hebrews 10:19-25, Ephesians 5:15-20, and Isaiah 6:1-7 with Groundwork to learn why our pattern of worship matters and how habitually engaging in thoughtful, intentional, and Trinitarian worship is profoundly formative for our faith and life. Listen now at and subscribe to Groundwork’s weekly emails for future episodes.

Today: The new Today booklets are available at the church! 

The Banner: The January/February edition of the Banner is available at the church! You can also access a copy online at The Banner. The annual Banner donation appeal was disrupted by COVID and may have been missed altogether. To keep the Banner community conversation going, give online now at