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  • Rosedale Presbyterian Church
    m at RPC Everyone is invited All are welcome Young and old adults and children and grandparents Come as families friends partners or come on your own If you are a child you ll need to bring an adult with you Messy Church is a hands on workshop experience open to all ages in a welcoming and energetic environment Messy Church begins with a welcome crafts activities and games then

    Original URL path: http://www.rpcc.ca/135-messy-church.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Rosedale Presbyterian Church
    raise the deadly creature as a means to cope with her loss she adopted Mabel and turned to the guidance of The Once and Future King author T H White s chronicle The Goshawk to begin her challenging endeavor Projecting herself in the hawk s wild mind to tame her tested the limits of Macdonald s humanity and changed her life Heart wrenching and humorous this book is an unflinching

    Original URL path: http://www.rpcc.ca/129bookclub.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Rosedale Presbyterian Church
    from home mission We are in need of a variety of items including hats gloves and scarves to assist Toronto s homeless population in keeping warm during the winter Knitters at Work To join the Rosedale Knitters or to find out more please contact Dorothy Roberts or call the church office at 416 921 1931 Outreach Home Page Boarding Homes Ministry Canadian Foodgrains Bank Dress Your Best Evangel Hall Portland

    Original URL path: http://www.rpcc.ca/165rosedaleknitters.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Rosedale Presbyterian Church
    It is a marvelous community of 65 people of all ages living in a modern 6 story building in downtown Toronto The residents are on social assistance so the members of RPC become involved mainly at Christmas providing each resident with at least one gift To become involved with our annual gift drive or to find out more about how you can share your time and experience with residents at

    Original URL path: http://www.rpcc.ca/165portlandplace.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Rosedale Presbyterian Church
    The RPC team visits the Kennedy Residence on alternate Saturdays for a few hours in the afternoon Friendships grow with each visit and we are often surprised by moments of grace and peace in our times together To become involved or to find out more please contact Julie or David or call the church office at 416 921 1931 Video Interview David Alderson and Ruth Brunzema discuss RPC s Boarding

    Original URL path: http://www.rpcc.ca/165boardinghomes.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Rosedale Presbyterian Church
    the writers of the Gospels Matthew Mark Luke and John are preached from a first person perspective as if the Gospel writer himself was telling his own story and how he came to be a witness of the life and

    Original URL path: http://www.rpcc.ca/145-four-gospels-series-2016.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Rosedale Presbyterian Church
    Credo the more dramatic and longer sections of the Mass Proper The Messe Basse is one of Faure s most enduring choral works and the Kyrie Eleison is representative of the serene and understated sacred music of the great French composer Barry Smith 1939 is the Director of Music at St George s Cathedral Cape Town South Africa He composed My Spirit Longs for Thee in 1982 to the two

    Original URL path: http://www.rpcc.ca/130-music-notes.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Rosedale Presbyterian Church
    also has one of the highest rates of post secondary education Most immigrants to Canada have achieved a high level of education but their degrees are often not recognized Over the past four years a small group of lay people from a number of churches in the area have been meeting and working in St James Town This group includes 5 churches representing 5 denominations as well as 3 non profit organizations They are currently running have run or are supporting initiatives like a daily afterschool program for grades 1 8 a twice weekly homework program and basketball camp for high school students a community kitchen a youth choir the local food bank and much more The group operates through consensus and has no budget of its own Instead all funding is channelled through its members and raised internally and externally After working together on an ad hoc basis the St James Town Ecumenical Coalition decided it needed to formalize its structure for two reasons Our founders are slowly beginning to pull back from their involvement and we want the Coalition to outlive their initial enthusiasm and vision Secondly our monetary needs for our growing programs demands that we move on to larger funders which require something more formal in terms of structure As a result on Tuesday January 19 2010 four of the original founding churches and the 3 non profits came together to sign a memo of understanding that lays out who we are what we do and how we do it The fifth congregation was unable to get approval to sign the memo but they continue to be involved and we are committed to have them sign the document in the future The memo was signed during the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity as a symbol

    Original URL path: http://www.rpcc.ca/165stjamestowncoalition-p1.htm (2016-02-13)
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