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Sermon, Sunday, August 28, 2016

“God can pour on the blessings in astonishing ways so that you’re ready for anything and everything, more than just ready to do what needs to be done. As one psalmist puts it, He throws caution to the winds, giving to the needy in reckless abandon. His right-living, […]


Sermon, August 21, 2016

When we were kids our folks drove us to Vancouver every second year. That’s a long car ride. One summer my mom decided the trip was a great venue to listen to Zig Ziglar the positive thinking motivation speaker. He was funny to listen to but truth is […]

Announcement- Spanish Cafe

Spanish Cafe

Come learn basic conversational Spanish in a fun and friendly environment.  Learners of all levels and ages welcome.  Sundays at SPL, starting Aug. 21, 10:15-11 am in Room 2.


Sermon, August 14, 2016

It feels like we’re an unsettled bunch. My observation is that people in our times routinely carry a boatload of stress, pressure and chaos. When you live in the redzone, near crisis constantly, it doesn’t take much to shove you over the edge. Not surprisingly this is an affront to […]

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2016 Fall Ladies Retreat

God often uses our circumstances to soften us. Join us for a weekend away with amazing women sharing their “stories of softening”. Each speaker will bring their own unique story to share their journey.  


Sermon, August 7, 2016

When I was a teenager I ran track and field.  My favourite races were the 400m and 800m runs.  They were fast and tough—no room for error. My sister also ran. Don’t tell her, but she was always better than me! I remember a conversation I had with […]


Sermon, Sunday July 24, 2016

“The kingdom, Jesus tells us, is in our very midst, in the mystery of our relationships with each other. We are within its gates when we draw close to one another with the love that is fired by the Spirit. We are already on sacred ground when we […]

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Sermon, Sunday July 17, 2016

“Albert Einstein called our feelings of separateness ‘a kind of optical delusion of consciousness’ by which we think we can function apart from the embrace of another.” We need each other! And in the book of Philippians, Paul argues not only that community helps us, but it is […]

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GriefShare is a ministry of St. Paul’s Leaskdale and is a support group for those grieving the loss of someone close. It is led by people who have experienced grief. We offer comfort and encouragement in  a caring and safe setting during this difficult time. Meets Wednesdays 2-4 pm, September 14-December 7, 2016 at Uxbridge Baptist Church, 231 Brock Street West, Uxbridge, ON for more information contact: Judy Atkins,


We would like to invite ALL campers and their families to our Open House BBQ and Camp Closing Celebration on Friday July 8! Bring a lawn chair! 5:30pm Open House & BBQ 7:00pm Camp Closing Presentation All food will be provided; monetary donations will be accepted, cheques can be made […]


Sermon, Sunday July 10, 2016

With billions of people in the world, someone should be able to figure out a system where no one is lonely. What do you suggest? Bulletin July 10, 2016 Sermon Study Questions: Philippians 2:1-11 Describe (no names!) a relationship that disintegrated on you. What happened? Paul says that […]

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We are so glad you are visiting our site This is the place to find out what is going on at St. Paul’s Leaskdale.  We are located in the hamlet of Leaskdale, about 10 km north of Uxbridge, Ontario.  You can click here for a map.  We hope […]

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Sermon, Sunday July 3, 2016

There are a few things that can get human beings riled up. Snakes, rodents and spiders for starters. In-your-face opposition, people who go out of their way to make your life miserable and the threat of death could fill out the list! These can spin people into human tornadoes! […]

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Sermon, Sunday June 26, 2016

“If there is anywhere on earth a lover of God who is always kept safe, I know nothing of it, for it was not shown to me. But this was shown: that in falling and rising again we are always kept in that same precious love.” ― Julian of […]

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Sermon, Sunday June 19, 2016

On Sunday, June 19th we start a brand new sermon series on the book of Philippians. In chapter one Paul and Timothy write, “I thank my God every time I remember you. In all my prayers for all of you, I always pray with joy because of your […]