As we reimagine the church as the new humanity animated by the Spirit of Jesus, let us turn the narrative of fear and anxiety in our world toward hope. Let us push back against our human tendency to exclude and excoriate those who think differently than we do, and instead allow the strong, courageous, and tenacious love of God to unite all of us in Christ.
We continue to joyfully gather in-person and online for worship services to help us stay connected in community even amidst this disruptive season. For the health and safety of all, we encourage our Tenth family to follow the COVID-19 orders and guidelines set out by our provincial government and have implemented the following protocols across all sites for our worship services as per Provincial Health Orders and infection prevention & control best practices:
We’ve all been impacted by the COVID pandemic socially, psychologically, physically, or economically. If you need support and/or someone to talk to contact your site pastor or consider mental health resources such as the Sanctuary Course.