Vincent van Gogh, Iris, 1889 – National Gallery of Art, Ottawa

Celebrating the Sacred.

This is the theme we will be exploring over these last three weeks of summer. And we will be doing so through the work of the artist Vincent Van Gogh, whose paintings were infused with the Christian spirituality of his life and faith.

This sermon will look at one of the last and one of the first paintings of this artist – Iris and The Potato Eaters – that pick up dimensions of the presence of God both in creation and amongst the humble ones of humanity.

Our worship will include hymns ‘Praise my soul, the king of heaven’ and ‘Joyful, joyful, we adore thee’.

We warmly invite you to join us this Sunday morning 
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NOTE: the Government of Canada is matching donations until end of day Monday August 24 to support the people of Beirut after the terrible harbour explosion they have suffered. If you are able to support this outreach, I encourage you to contribute through Presbyterian World Service and Development …

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