photo by Hazel Hogarth
In our humanness and frailty, we seek to embody the presence of God through celebration and sharing our experience of loving community.
Through commitment and faith, we will live in the struggle to restore right relationships in the whole of creation, moving towards a city and a world that reflects the justice of God, the compassion of Christ, and the freedom and peace of the Holy Spirit. (1991)
Worship, community, lay participation, diversity, social justice, integrity (Envisioning Day 1998)
Open and Affirming:
We believe that all persons are created in the image of God and that in Christ human barriers such as gender, race, culture sexuality or different ability are no longer valid. We want to celebrate this diversity. We endeavour to use inclusive language and symbols in our worship services. (1993)