Holy Week, Good Friday & Easter

Sometimes Easter seems to sneak up on a person. To help slow down and journey into the themes of Easter, The Commons will be meeting every day over Holy Week (that is the week before Easter). Most nights we will be reading from the book: “Common Prayer: A liturgy for Ordinary Radicals.” If you own a copy bring it with you, if not we have some extra copies.

Here is  schedule of what & where things will be happening:

  • Palm Sunday Gathering – April 9th, 6pm
    Hooper Law Building – 128 Hughson St. N. (across from the Spice Factory)
    Randy will be talking about the drawings he has been doing over Lent.
  • Monday Prayer Liturgy – April 10th, 8:30pm
    Danielle’s Apartment – 181 John St N, Apt 902
    At John & Cannon (call # 902 at the front door to be let in)
  • Tuesday Prayer Liturgy – April 11th, 8:30pm
    Fort Elgin – 55 Elgin St.(beside Beasley Park)
  • Wednesday Prayer Liturgy – April 12th, 8:30pm
    Neudorfs’ House – 97 Case St. (Just North of Barton & Lotridge)
  • Maundy Thursday, Communion Supper & Foot Washing – April 13th, 6pm
    Neudorfs’ House – 97 Case St. (Just North of Barton & Lotridge)
  • Everyday Cross Good Friday Gathering with GreenHouse – April 14th, 10am
    Hooper Law Building – 128 Hughson St. N. (across from the Spice Factory)
    More Info on Facebook Event Page.
  • Saturday Prayer Liturgy – April 15th, 8:30pm
    Fort Elgin – 55 Elgin St.(beside Beasley Park)
  • Easter Sunday Potluck – April 16th, 6pm
    Hooper Law Building – 128 Hughson St. N. (across from the Spice Factory)
    More Info on Facebook Event Page.

For More info please contact Randy from The Commons.
Call or Text: 905-379-3717
email: thecommonschurch@gmail.com

Good Friday Gathering – 10am

You are invited to join GreenHouse & The Commons for “EVERYDAY CROSS” our Good Friday Gathering, 10am on April 14th at 128 Hughson St. N.

We will seek to be INTERACTIVE, INTROSPECTIVE, and INTERGENERATIONAL as we creatively reflect on Jesus’ words recorded in the book of Luke:

“If anyone wants to come with me, they must forget themselves, take up their cross everyday, and follow me.” (Luke 9:23)

We will be imagining what these strange words might have sounded like to the people that witnessed Jesus’ death on the cross.

CHILDREN:
Much of the gathering is designed to be intergenerational but during our Story Telling segment we well also be running a Stations of the Cross activity geared towards kids. Some childeren might want to hear the stories others might not. Parrents and Kids are welcome to choose what parts of the Gathering work for their dynamic.

EASTER SUNDAY:
Feel free to come back on Sunday at 6pm for a potluck supper.