Traveling ADVENTures in December

We are canceling our own Sunday Gatherings for all of December to join with a different church each week to give the gift of music. The Commons will supply the band and the hosting church will provide the teaching, hospitality and liturgy. We really want each week to be a merging of our church communities!

Here is where we will be traveling to each week in December:

1.
St. John’s Lutheran Church
Sunday, December 1st at 10am.
104 Hughson St. N.

Street Parking is free on Sundays.
No formal kids program but there will be elements in the service for all ages.
Snacks & Coffee in the Fellowship Hall after the Gathering.

2.
Reunion Hamilton
Sunday, December 8th at 10am
The United Steelworkers Building, 1031 Barton St. E.
(corner of Rosslyn Ave. N.)
Parking Lot entrance located off of Rosslyn Ave. N.
Kids program available!
Community Lunch provided after the gathering.

3.
New Hope Church
Sunday, December 15th at 10:30am
The Perkins Centre, 1429 Main St E
(corner of Kenilworth Ave.)
Small Parking Lot behind the building and lots of free Street Parking.
Kids program available!
Coffee & Refreshments
at 10am.

4.
The Meeting Place
Sunday, December 22nd at 4pm
541 Eatery & Exchange
541 Barton St. E.
(corner of Westinghouse Ave.)
Street Parking is free on Sundays.
No formal kids program but this is a very informal café setting that is welcoming to people of all ages.
Community Supper provided after the gathering.

5.
Fort Elgin
Christmas Eve Gathering & Singalong
Tue. Dec. 24th at 6pm
55 Elgin St.
(the house by Beasley Park nick named Fort Elgin)
Intergenerational event – kids welcome!
Street Parking
available on Elgin St. just North of Cannon St.
Potluck Supper after for anyone wanting to stay.

Click Here for a Printer Friendly PDF of The Commons December Calendar.

Please Note:

  • No Gathering on Sunday December 29th
  • We are back at our regular time on January 5th at 4:30pm for a Potluck Supper and Discussion Time about our Advent Experiences.
    104 Hughson St. N.
    (use the front door on Wilson St.)

Fall 2019 Gatherings

We want to make sure everyone knows where, when and what is happening for our Sunday Gatherings up until December.

Are you hurt, broke, and stressed? So are we, so we are taking some time as a church to read a few Psalms.

Psalms are a collection of old songs & poems found in the bible. Sometimes they were written out of a place of joy but many times they were written out of a place of pain.

We are looking for some company in the shadows as we look for a little light. Feel free to join us.