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SAVE THE DATE! TrueCity Conference 2018

Copy of TC Conf 2

  Please Save the Date and join us for the 2018 TrueCity Conference… Hamilton, You’ve Changed: Churches Together for a City in Transition March 2nd & 3rd, 2018 at Philpott Memorial Church We can see it in the streets and the farmlands, in the skyline and on the waterfronts, in our neighbours and our neighbourhoods: […]

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Congregationally Based


At the heart of our movement are our church congregations; brought together by the Holy Spirit to grow in our faith as we engage in mission.                     There are currently sixteen core churches involved with the TrueCity movement. They are: Bethany Gospel Chapel The Commons Eucharist […]

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Neighbourhood Engaged


The focus of our mission as TrueCity is how our congregations can contribute meaningfully to the neighbourhoods that God has placed us in. Two of our annual collaborative events that help churches connect to their neighbourhoods are Start2Finish Backpacks and our Christmas Hampers. Start2Finish Backpacks: August 2017 At the start of each school year our congregations […]

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Active Cooperation


Congregations working together is God’s idea for how the Church can truly be the body of Christ.  It is a powerful witness to our city of God’s reality. We aim to move beyond theoretical unity to relationships of trust and tangible cooperation; working and learning together, unity within diversity.             […]

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The Feet of Those Who Bring Good News


Every picture tells a story. This might look like an ordinary living room. In many ways it is- and yet it is so much more.  This is a space that has been prepared in advance for a ‘stranger’- a young Iraqi woman who has known violence and persecution. These are the feet of Hannah- one […]

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The Table


It was the moment I had been looking forward to the entire conference. I told my husband I was expecting it. I shared with our conference planning team that I was excited for it.  Still, I knew there was a chance that it might not happen. I could not really be sure.  I waited and […]

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