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January 1, 2019

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Polar Dip to Stop Human Trafficking

January 1, 2019

We're dipping into frigid Calgary waters to help the SA Foundation end human trafficking in Canada & around the world! Click to learn more.

New City Lunches - January 6

September 30, 2018

Join us for our community lunches monthly! Next one happens on January 6.

What's Your Story?

September 4, 2018

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Featured Talks

Gospel Freedom - Galatians 5:1-15
Set Free
January 13, 2019

Why do ex-convicts struggle with being free & yearn for their predictable confines. Why do we crave freedom and yet struggle with it?

The Meaning of Life - Genesis 4:2-17
December 30, 2018

Is there any meaning in life? Do we just make up our own meaning? There is a clue to the answer of this question found in how we live.

Mothers of Jesus: Mary - Luke 1:46-55
Mothers of Jesus
December 23, 2018

What can we learn about how to respond to the Christmas story from Mary's song? Listen in and hear what it means to be a Christian.

The Mothers of Jesus: Ruth - Ruth 3:1-18, 4:18-22
The Mothers of Jesus
December 9, 2018

The story of Ruth invites us to see how God was advancing his rescue plan for the world through a refugee woman and landowner in Bethlehem.

The Mothers of Jesus: Rahab - Joshua 2:1-24, 6:21-25
The Mothers of Jesus
December 2, 2018

We tend to either vilify or sanctify people - Rahab is no exception. Let's see her as she is while focusing on Jesus, her descendant.

The Gospel and Shame - Galatians 4:21-31
Set Free
November 18, 2018

Paul uses the story of a domestic dispute to show the Galatians (& us) how we try to cover our own shame rather than let Jesus do it for us.