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What’s a Good Bible Reading Plan?

If you have ever thought about reading your Bible, you’ve probably discovered the YouVersion Bible App for your phone. It’s a fantastic resource. However, once people find it, two of the most common questions I get are: I want to read the Bible but where do I start? I found the reading plans on YouVersion,…

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You love our music? So do your guests!

Here’s something almost every guest we meet at Connexus says about their first visit – “I loved the music!” Music is key to our vision of creating churches that unchurched people love to attend. Scripture says that “God inhabits the praises of His people”. After launching 11 years ago, we have some key equipment and…

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2 fun ways to be FOR your neighbours this week!

Sometimes, getting to know our neighbours or inviting our friends to Connexus can seem daunting. We’re here to help! This week marks 2 easy ways that you could leverage Halloween to start relationships with people around you who need to know that God is FOR them.   Sit at the end of your driveway on…

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Authentic Friendships :: A GroupLink Story

Vanessa and her husband Kyle are core volunteers at Connexus. In addition to leading a group, Kyle serves on the production team and Vanessa serves on the Next Steps team. Together they host and lead a group of other young families who attend the Orillia Campus. I’ll never forget walking into GroupLink to meet our…

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FORtheCity Devotion Day 9 – The Power Of Hope And A Hug

By Jeff Brodie, Lead Pastor at Connexus Church READ Luke 15:11-32 REFLECT The Prodigal Son is one of the most powerful parables that Jesus tells, and I love looking at the story from multiple angles. Most of the time, you likely picture yourself as the Prodigal Son. You see yourself receiving the forgiveness and grace of…

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FORtheCity Devotion Day 8 – Is God’s love in you?

By Jeff Brodie, Lead Pastor at Connexus Church READ 1 John 3:16-18 REFLECT I’ve had the privilege of serving on the streets, in shelters, in kitchens, and in drop in centres in different cities in Canada. So often those experiences have impacted me because of the compassion people have for one another under difficult circumstances. •…

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