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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

November 13, 2016: Rup Sidhu

Posted on Nov 13, 2016
Rup Sidhu is an interdisciplinary artist, musician, composer, and facilitator currently residing on unceded Coast Salish Territories, Vancouver BC. Rup’s work meets at the intersection of social justice and the arts. For the past 13 years he has been growing his understanding of anti-oppression
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November 6, 2016: The Rev. Dr. Rita Nakashima Brock

Posted on Nov 06, 2016
Rev. Dr. Brock is the Research Professor of Theology and Culture and Director of the Soul Repair Center at Brite Divinity School, as well as the first Asian American woman to earn a doctorate in theology. A noted theologian, she has lectured all over the world. As Co-Founder of the Soul Repair
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October 30, 2016: How to be a Saint by Rev. Beth Hayward (Luke 6: 20-31)

Posted on Oct 30, 2016
At the risk of sounding like an old curmudgeon I just need to ask: what in the world has happened with Halloween? When I was a kid, Halloween consisted of pulling together a costume from dad’s collection of out-dated clothes an hour before hitting the streets with my pillowcase in hand.
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October 23, 2016: Prayer, what is it good for? by Rev. Beth Hayward (Luke 18:1-8)

Posted on Oct 23, 2016
There’s a sermon I preach sometimes at funerals. I only use it on rare occasions. I only pull it out when the circumstances are just right. This sermon is only used on an occasion when the loved one we are remembering has died too young. The heart of its message goes like this: There are many
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October 16, 2016: Be…by Rev. Beth Hayward (Psalm 46)

Posted on Oct 16, 2016
When I was fourteen I participated in a six week Confirmation class at my church. That was the year the minister decided to take a break from leading confirmation. No doubt it had something to do with the fact that the class was filled with unenthused teens, there because their parents insisted
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