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Being A Good Neighbour Through School Involvement

The local school – In a place we think the Church is being pushed out, the Church is actually being welcomed in. God is writing a story that is beyond our full understanding, and we are invited to actively participate as He grants the Church favour within Hamilton’s school system. Through hearing from 4 different […]

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Arts at the Conference 2009

As in past years we are working to create space for us to experience and appreciate the perspective, beauty and power that the arts provide for us. There are two projects that everyone has the opportunity to participate in at this year’s conference which will take place on February 20-21. Sounds of the City–Coffeehouse -This […]

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TrueCity Together…Together TrueCity

Over the past four years, we have found that each of our churches is better when we are learning from each other and investing in our city together. As we serve in different parts of the city, we do not always have the opportunity to hear from each other the ways in which God is […]

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TrueCity Sermons on the Web

Voices in the city can so easily be drowned out by competing noise and the pace of life.  And yet the city also provides the context where strong voices can connect with and impact large groups of people. The voices blog has provided a context for sharing written perspectives, but there are ways to literally hear […]

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The Emerging Generation Matters

Esther Dillabough Conventional wisdom in church circles tells us that “youth are the future of the church,” but the reality is that youth are already a hugely important part of the present reality of our churches . Over the past few years we have seen a growing number of exciting ways that the youth and […]

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Better than I’d hoped for. Harder than I thought.

Dwayne Cline I’ve had the privilege of living in Hamilton for the 37 years I’ve been alive (yes, it’s hard to believe that I’m almost at my mid-life crisis point). I’ve been a pastor in the city for 14 years now, and I’ve always dreamed about the possibility of churches coming together for the good […]

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