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24/7 PRAYER ROOM: MARCH 1 – 13!

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 Each year, coinciding with the TrueCity Conference, GOHOP (Greater Ontario House of Prayer) runs a 24/7 prayer room to facilitate shared prayer for our city between churches. Stations are set up to cultivate all kinds of prayer expressions, from contemplative to charismatic, with instruments for worship and art installations to help focus our prayers on […]

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TrueCity Storytelling Project


Good stories connect and move us. One of the most powerful ways the TrueCity movement has fostered collaboration is by creatively telling the stories of how God is moving in our congregations as we engage mission. Through interactive workshops and creative use of media, this project aims to see us become better story-tellers.  As our […]

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Photo Testimony Art Project


The TrueCity Creative Team needs your help! The theme for this years conference is “A Tale of Two Kingdoms.” We are exploring the ways that the Kingdom of God is breaking into the world around us. We want to illustrate this by taking pictures of where we see God at work in Hamilton, and project […]

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Art, Justice, and Hearing God’s Call


Meghan Hers is an artist and a member of Eucharist Church.  She now lives and works in Hamilton.  She graciously shared with us the story of her call to Hamilton. My Hamilton adventure began at the 2012 TrueCity conference.  I was in the midst of discerning what God was calling me to after I graduated. […]

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Flagship: A Semaphore Fellowship Gallery


  Flagship Gallery is a new cooperative gallery at 237 James Street North for artists dedicated to stewarding their talents for Christ and restoring the role of the art and the artist in the church. It was opened by the Semaphore Fellowship, a group of Christian visual artists who believe that art has an important […]

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On Friday, March 2nd at 7:00 PM we will come together for this year’s TrueCity InConcert gathering at the Perkins Centre (1429 Main St. E–just east of Kennilworth).  It is a great opportunity to enjoy music, readings, refreshments, and relationships with friends and new acquaintances from across the city. InConcert is free for those who attend the […]

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