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In a tradition going back to 1932, Rosedale Presbyterian Church and Rosedale United Church will be sharing worship in July and August. August services will be at Rosedale Presbyterian Church on Sundays, August 7, 14, 21 and 28.

This Sunday (August 28) our the Reverend Wes Denyer will be preaching a sermon entitled "Learning to See Again." A night out for dinner in Lyon, France, a delayed airline flight, the story of an Old Testament prophet protected by an army of angels, and Jesus healing two blind men in the city of Jericho - what does all that have to do with living the Christian life in 2016? Actually, quite a lot!

Music during the service will include "O Rest in the Lord" by Felix Mendelssohn and "Deep River," a tradional spiritual aranged by Harry Burleigh. Our soloist will be Anna Theodosakis and our organist will be James Wevers who is filling in for Director of Music Allan Bevan. The Order of Service including announcements has been posted here.

Affirming Voices. A special event at Rosedale Presbyterian Church on September 23 honouring Marilyn Elphick, past director of campus ministry at St. Michael's University College with the ECUT Legacy in Campus Ministry Award. Learn more here.


Rosedale seeks to be a vital, growing community of faith, with a glad and generous heart, that shares the blessings of the Christian life.

We witness to Christ in our spiritual vitality and in our social involvement by nurturing all in the Christian life, communicating the gospel to our community, inspiring faithful devotion and service.


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Movie Discussion Group: Please meet in the church lounge on Friday, September 30th at 6:30 pm to discuss the film "The Good Lie." Details here.

The latest edition of RPC's Newsletter Dates & Updates is now online.

In this series of four sermons, the Reverend Wes Denyer preaches as if he were a Gospel writer telling his own story. Listen here.

Exploring Sacred Scripture
A series of four sermons that the Rev. Wes Denyer gave during Epiphany 2015, when he invited us to consider a journey of discovery in search of truth: exploring scripture in the context of our own lives and culture in a meaningful way. You can listen to the sermons here.

The Book Club will meet on Wednesday, September 21st at 7:00 pm in the lounge. We will be discussing "The Republic of Love" by Carol Shields and "The Rainbow Comes and Goes" by Anderson Cooper and Gloria Vanderbilt. Please see Irene King to borrow a copy of one of these books.

On Wednesday, August 31, the Reverend Wes Denyer was invited to be interviewed on CBC radio's Metro Morning to discuss the latest information that has received from the government regarding our refugee family. Listen here.

Our thanks to Pat and Tony Keith for sponsoring an afternoon of lively music and fellowship in support of RPC's refugee family here at Rosedale Presbyterian Church on Sunday March 13, 2016. Listen here.

On December 20. 2015, under the direction of Dr. Allan Bevan, the RPC Choir and harpist Kristan Toczko performed the Cantata A Ceremony of Carols Op. 28 by Benjamin Britten. Listen here.