Men’s Breakfast

Meet up with some guys for breakfast on the first Saturday of each month at 8:30am in the gym at St. Paul’s Leaskdale.  Great food, and good to connect!  Our next breakfast is Saturday, February 7th.  Everyone is welcome.



When someone you love dies the loss can be overwhelming. There is hope.  We offer you comfort and encouragement in a caring and safe setting. Griefshare starts on February 19th and meets weekly at Uxbridge Baptist Church at 1pm.  You can join anytime. Contact Helen Snell 905-852-5921


Sermon, Sunday January 25, 2015

John writes a lot about Jesus and water in his gospel. Jesus turns water into wine, He speaks of being born by “water and Spirit”, His disciples baptize in water, He heals a man by a pool of water, and He walks on water. In our chapter today, […]

Cuban flag

Supplies for Cuba

Meg Patterson, our intern is going to visit a seminary in Matanzas, Cuba from February 13th to 20th. We have an opportunity help them with supplies for use in their ministry. Medical Supplies: multivitamins, Ibuprofen, sterile strips General Items: pens, pencils, whiteboard markers, scotch tape and guitar strings. […]


If you are new or would like to learn more about St. Paul’s Leaskdale, come to the next Connection Café  on February 8th, in the Fireside Room between services.

fully alive

Sermon, Sunday January 18, 2015

The Bible says that God is pursuing everyone but each in unique ways.  Zaccheus is up a tree, there’s a woman carrying a bucket going to a well, a man is fishing with his friends and still another has a sick girl. Each are unique but all are […]

The Glory of God

Sermon, Sunday January 11, 2015

When I look back over my life, I marvel at how often God chose to use the unlikely to show His glory. I chased championships, MVP honors and the company of the powerful and prosperous, but it was little old ladies (and men!), losses, broke couples, failures and […]


Sermon, Sunday January 4th, 2015

“Do not despair, thinking that you cannot change yourself after so many years. Simply enter into the presence of Jesus as you are and ask him to give you a fearless heart where he can be with you. You cannot make yourself different.  Jesus came to give you a new heart, […]


Sermon, Sunday December 28, 2014

“Do not despair, thinking that you cannot change yourself after so many years. Simply enter into the presence of Jesus as you are and ask him to give you a fearless heart where he can be with you.  You cannot make yourself different.   Jesus came to give you a new […]


Sermon, Sunday December 21, 2014

I’m liking the sound of, “good news of great joy” these days. We have a knack for finding and reporting bad news and we’re not so alert to good news.  Bad news generates fear;  fear that the virus will spread to us, fear that our neighbour is constructing […]


Teacher Mentors Abroad

Are you interested in sharing best teaching practices and mentoring educators in the Dominican Republic?  Two teams from Teacher Mentors Abroad are planning to travel in July 2015. Applications are open until December 31, 2014. Click here –> Teacher Mentors Aboard for details or email for more information.

Christmas tree

Sermon, Sunday December 14, 2014

I think the hardest Christmas I remember was our first Christmas together as a married couple. It was most difficult because Colleen’s mom had just passed away. We drove East to be with her father. One memory I have is the three of us trudging through the snow, […]

fork in the road

Sermon, Sunday December 7th, 2014

Have you ever wanted something really badly for a really long time, and then suddenly it was promised to you? Was it hard to believe? Or perhaps you received it without any warning. Was it everything you imagined? Today we will explore the story of Zechariah and Elizabeth, […]

First Sunday of Advent Hope

Sermon, Sunday November 30, 2014

It’s here!  The countdown begins this morning as we turn towards Christmas.  We will light the candle of Hope and listen to scripture, and we will sing a lot!  All in the hope of getting ready to remember that we are part of a great story that began […]


Sermon, Sunday November 23, 2014

“I learned to fear my instability.  For I did not know in what way I shall fall.  I would have liked to have known that, with due fear, of course. But I got no answer….But this I did learn, both when we fall and when we get up again, we are […]