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The Spirit of the Lord is upon me;
he has appointed me
to preach Good News to the poor;
he has sent me to heal the brokenhearted
and to announce
that the blind shall see,
that captives shall be released
and the downtrodden shall be freed
from their oppressors.
{Luke 4:18}

Preaching is a central part of sharing the Christian faith. It is not an attempt to convince or force anyone into believing something, it is sharing the rich spiritual tradition and wisdom of Jesus with each other. Christianity is a communal faith – we go beyond our own personal practice and come together to be challenged, enlightened and to deeply question our beliefs.

Sermons at Canadian Memorial will include Scripture, the latest thinking in philosophy and psychology, social justice themes, contemporary issues, myth and personal honesty. Come and be challenged!

Interested in the readings for the week? Click here for the lectionary generally used throughout the year.  The Bible we use is the New Revised Standard Version.

All Sermons

March 19, 2017: Testing Faith, Fighting for Water by the Rev. Dr. Carmen Lansdowne (Exodus 17:1-7)

Posted on Mar 29, 2017
On March 19, 2017, we welcomed Rev. Dr. Carmen Lansdowne, a member of the Heiltsuk First Nation, and an ordained minister in the United Church of Canada. Carmen holds an M.Div and a Th.M from the Vancouver School of Theology, and a Ph.D from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley. She is
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March 12, 2017: The Woman at the Well by Rev. Beth Hayward and Frances Kitson (John 4:5-42)

Posted on Mar 14, 2017
Last Sunday, we enjoyed a dramatic interpretation of the parable of The Woman at the Well by Rev. Beth Hayward and Frances Kitson. Frances is a member of our congregation, a trained actor, and a student at the Vancouver School of Theology.
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March 5, 2017: The Wilderness: A Place of Alternative Facts by Rev. Beth Hayward (Matthew 4: 1-11)

Posted on Mar 05, 2017
I wonder if anyone here has ever been to the wilderness? You know the place where you are so numb you can’t even remember what it feels like to feel? The place where you are so hungry, you are convinced you will never feel satisfied again, so broken you don’t really want to bother dreaming
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February 26, 2017: Moments of Grace by Guest Speaker David Roche (James 2:24,26)

Posted on Feb 28, 2017
Today we welcome David Roche as our guest speaker. David is an inspirational humourist, author, performer and disability activist who has transformed the challenges and gifts of living with a facial difference into a compelling message that uplifts and delights audiences. He has performed his
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February 19, 2017: IMPERFECT. The Character of God’s People by Christine Boyle (Matthew 5: 38-48)

Posted on Feb 19, 2017
I’m taking a preaching course this semester – I’ve done a fair amount of public speaking, but preaching is a distinct art, not just articulating a well reasoned argument on a subject, but discerning and illuminating what that subject might mean for our souls. This course is hopefully one of my
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