This Weekend @ Connexus | January 10, 2010

So how are those New Year's Resolutions coming along?  It's only been a bit more than a week, but the ‘normal' of life threatens to swallow you whole (watch this if it is). Don't miss this weekend. 180º is in full swing in Barrie and Orillia and we're talking about how people change and which changes can have exceptional impact not just on your spiritual life, but in every aspect of your life.

This is a great series to bring a friend to!  It's also a great year to make sure your kids grow spiritually – bring them out to Waumba Land, Upstreet, Xtreme or Inside Out. 2010 could pack more potential than we may have imagined.

Here's the run down:


180 | Part Two: Suspicion to Trust

Remember when you were a kid and trusted at a level that seemed, well, childlike? But our trust gets broken. Over time, we become suspicious of people, organizations and even God. What happens to us when that becomes our dominant view? Join us this week as we look at suspicion and what can happen to your faith and relationships when you begin to trust again.

Service Times: 8:30-9:40 am & 10:00-11:10 am | Galaxy Theaters Barrie 72 Commerce Park Dr.


180 | Part One: Best of Intentions

Every year, we become more of who we already are.  What if you're not sure about who you're becoming?  Most of would love to change parts of who we are, but year after year, we make little progress. This week, we'll look at how people who want to change actually find transformation.

Service Times: 8:30-9:40 am & 10:00-11:10 am | Galaxy Theaters Orillia 865 West Ridge Blvd.

See you Sunday!




  1. SHAUNA says, January 9, 2010 at 10:59 pm

    This our first visit to Connexus, we have just relocated and were invited by another family. Our old church was Faith Baptist in Huntsville. We have two daugthers are striving for a “Connection”. I pray this is what we are looking for.
    See you tomorrow.

  2. carey says, January 10, 2010 at 6:55 am

    Hi Shauna. So glad you are coming today. I hope it’s a great experience. Our children and student ministry team really does a great job. I hope it becomes a wonderful place of belonging for your family and daughters.


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