Category Archives: Church

Sunday January 10th, 2021 New Year Message from Reverend(s) Glenn and Heather

Hello Folks! Its a brand New Year! World wide, people are having hope for a better year for all aspects of their lives, for themselves and our world. Positive, positive, positive, think positive for all aspects of your life. Your Physical, Spiritual, and Emotional. Remember positive thoughts are hundreds of times stronger than negative ones. Ask Spirit to have your positive thoughts be incredibly stronger and your negative thoughts to be weaker. It works when you set your mind to it.

Both of us are looking forward to the time we are able to meet in our Church, and resume our classes. Social distancing and masks will be a way of life for awhile yet. To see your wonderful faces will be so uplifting for us and others. Vaccines are on their way! So much to look forward to in 2021.

Remember as well, (204) 390-6609 and (204) 338-5505 will get us hopping like crazy to answer your calls. We will be calling as well, as we have been doing all along. God Bless you all for a great start to a New Year and may 2021-be so much fun….for all of us!

Sunday December 20th, 2020 Christmas Message from Reverend(s) Glenn and Heather

Hello Folks and Merry Christmas! This week may not seem much like Christmas, the Christmases we are used to, that’s for sure. Many are coming into Christmas week with loneliness and heartache this year. There are no easy answers sometimes. A New Year dawns on us tho’. Full of hope and promise for deliverance from the pandemic that has touched all our lives this year.


Keep in mind, you are not alone. There are many folks who are just a phone call away. Even Glenn said he would give up one of his “Sporty Days” for you! This is something big I can tell you. So people, inundate Glenn with your calls and I will be here for you folks as well. Our Board of Directors are more than happy to help you as well. They are caring, compassionate folks too!


Spiritualism is the Science, Religion and Philosophy of Continuous Life. Jesus of Nazareth was born, lived and died proving this to us, indeed! He proved there was life after life. That our culture has a holiday set aside for this, may not mark the exact date of his birth; there is no mistaking the love and caring he showed.

When our daughter came home last year, she was surprised to see how many Christmas and holiday cards we had. We told her, to get ‘em you gotta send ‘em. This also rings true with telephone calls, letters, e-mails, text messages, FaceTime and Skype. If you are lonely this holiday season, just reach out. You will be surprised at how many folks would love to hear from you. All the very best to you and yours this week and know this is sent to you with love. Health, Wealth and Happiness to you all! God Bless!

Sunday December 13th, 2020 – Message from Reverend(s) Glenn and Heather

Hello Folks! Well sometimes we take a long look at what’s happening around us and we see how crazy life can be. At times we find ourselves laughing at the absurdity of it all. So wipe your tears and have a laugh with us.

We thought we would pass on a tongue-in-cheek message we received from a friend, and just maybe we all can have a chuckle. We like to call it the difference between last year and how we live in the year of 2020.

  • 2019: Stay away from negative people. 2020: Stay away from positive people.
  • The world has turned upside down. Old folks are sneaking out of the house, and their kids are yelling at them to stay indoors!
  • Do not call the police on suspicious people in your neighbourhood! Those are your neighbours without makeup and hair extensions.
  • Long days at home, and the dog is looking at me like, “See? This is why I chew the furniture!”
  • Me: Alexa what’s the weather this weekend? Alexa: “It doesn’t matter-you’re not going anywhere.”
  • I never thought the comment “I wouldn’t touch him/her with a 6-foot pole” would become national policy, but here we are!
  • This virus has done what no woman has been able to do….cancel all sports, shut down all bars, and keep men at home!
  •  Quarantine has turned us into dogs. We roam the house all day looking for food. We are told “no” if we get too close to strangers, and we get really excited about car rides.
  • Can everyone please follows the instructions so we can knock out this virus and be done? I feel like a kindergartener who keeps loosing more recess time because one or two kids can’t follow directions!” (aaarrrggghhh)

So folks! Don’t ever give up moving forward. Drive forward though all of life’s difficulties and know there is always a light at the end of the dark tunnel. Remember we are just a phone call away! Talk to you next week.

November 16, 2020 – Message from Reverend(s) Glenn and Heather

Hello Folks! Much caring and love being sent your way today and always. As you come across our minds, and we see you individually, we send this caring and love. What is so interesting is when either of us has someone enter our thoughts, the other person has just been thinking of them. Dr. Carl Jung called that “synchronicity.” So just know as our days and weeks go forward, you all will be thought of with love and blessings.

Just as you start to feel powerless in life, it is time to “remember to remember.” All of your power is in your awareness of that power and through holding that power with every fibre of your being! Don’t let your mind be like a runaway train as it can take your off to the negative aspects of life.

Remember “thoughts are things” and those out-of-control thoughts are creating as well. Stop those thoughts by asking yourself what you are thinking about right at that moment. What are you feeling right now? When you do that you become aware of where you are in the here and now. You have brought your mind back to the present.

This is where you make the choice to remember what you do have in life and to be grateful for it. As you become aware of your thought process, you can start to bring positive thoughts to the forefront. Remember good habits are just as hard to break as bad habits. Think well of yourself. Experience love of self, because to attract the things we love we must also transmit love. The first and most important person to love is yourself.

Take time today, to bring about the highest frequency of love, starting first with yourself. Focus on new dimensions of you. It is so important. The both of us see what is so great about you. We want you to see it to! Start the week by looking at the perfect God-Spark within, your perfect Spirit and know the body around it can only be nothing but perfection! God Bless!

November 1, 2020 – Message from Reverend(s) Glenn and Heather

Hello Folks! Well here we are at another Code Red and its time to hunker down and wait out this situation. Since you folks are inundated with news and anything regarding Covid-19. We will now focus on another day instead. Remembrance Day.


Our Dad, in the Spring of 1941, lied about his age to join the war effort against Nazi Germany. He was 17. For four years he fought in the front lines, was wounded twice, in France and Germany. He was a very young soldier who was part of the first wave of the liberation forces in Europe. Landing on the bloody beaches of Normandy, liberating France, Holland and eventually Germany from the tyrant Hitler and his henchmen.


When he returned, it was considered a miracle he survived! And survive he did, outliving the battles that killed his best friend, who died in his arms, friends and comrades and even the Commanding Officer of his battalion. It indeed changed his life forever, seeing the worst of what humanity can do to their fellow man.


What makes his life even more incredible is the fact that he lived to a ripe old age, had children and grandchildren, and he never spoke of the war until was in his 80’s. He said unless you were there, you could never grasp what happened and never understand the ferocity of living those times on the front lines. His strong faith in God, and St. Andrew who was the head of the Queens Own Cameron Highlanders, he felt, saved him. Did you know that World War 1, called the “war to end all wars” killed 17,000,000 people world wide? World War 2 was worse, killing 73,000,000 people world wide. Albert Einstein was asked how World War 3 was going to be fought and he said, “with sticks and stones.”


Now we would like to bring you back to present day. It is for these reasons we remember. The massive amount of humanity that was lost, and wars are still happening today around the world. Mans inhumanity to man. Those brave men and women who gave their today, for our tomorrows. Our own remembering about our lives and how we came to this very day, may bring our own sorrows to the forefront. Remember….scars show you where you’ve been, but don’t dictate where you go.


Do not dwell too long on your past, and the trauma you may have experienced. Give it a moment, and let it go.
For your sake, and for the people who gave their all, so we can have a future…..be grateful for their sacrifice. To honour them, be thankful you have eyes to read this and a life…..to make it what you want, whatever you want. Live each day fully and in doing this, you will honour them and the sacrifices they made. God Bless!

“Thanksgiving Message” Reverend(s) Glenn and Heather

Hello Folks and Happy Thanksgiving! We realize this greeting, which intends to bring you joy, may not feel like it if you have had a weary 2020 due to the Pandemic and all it brought to your life.

Spirit, when you ask for the highest and the best, will always bring you unconditional love. Where can you look for something to be thankful for? Start with the God-Spark within. It is no mistake you are on the Earth Plane. There will be other things to be thankful for if you just look around.

Do you have eyes to see, ears to hear, a mouth to speak words of encouragement and love to others? How about arms to hug, starting with self and family. We all know Covid-19 brings social distancing, and a big hug to self may be the only one you have….but let us remind you it is the first and most important hug you give.

What is so hard about this weekend is the fact that many families will not be able to have the large dinners that can be so important in family dynamics. We too share disappointment with regards to scaling back and cancelling altogether. How sad, and we feel a loss there. Lets take a moment in our day to reflect back on this year and we are sure you will find, amid the sadness, something, to be thankful for. Give thanks for Life, give thanks for family, give thanks for friends and neighbours who really have your respect and care about you. You do not need to be lonely when you look up at the blue, blue sky, white clouds, sunshine, sunsets, sunrises and even the rain can be refreshing.

It all depends on how you look at things. How do you see life in the day-to-day? So to all you who are reading this message know it is written and sent with peace to all, life to all and love to all. Ask God for your health, wealth and happiness. As you receive the little miracles along life’s way, look up with a wonder and gratitude and give thanks.

To everyone, we have something to be very grateful for this weekend! We have found out we are permitted to have a Church Service next Sunday October 18th, at 10:30 am at Sunova Centre/West St. Paul Centre, 48 Holland Road in West St. Paul. (On the North Perimeter) OurService will be held in the gymnasium as we all need to social distance (the 6 feet-2 m.) Bring your masks as they are mandatory. We have the hand sanitizer, which is also mandatory. You must register for our Service to attend. Limited attendance.

If you would like to attend, please call us at (204) 338-5505, (204) 390-6609, (204) 802-1395 to register your attendance. God Bless, each and every one of you!

September 20, 2020 – Message from Reverend(s) Glenn and Heather

Hello Folks! We are both very excited to start up our Church Services once again on Sunday October 18th, 10:30 am. Reverend Glenn will be doing the first “Talk” and we are so glad! It is sure to be amazing (as per usual). Since we have a few Sundays before our Fall Opening we will be giving Website Messages up until then.

Now down to the Message. Do you feel as if you are heading into a new start with the advent of Fall? Just know we are on board with you in wishing the Covid-19 pandemic would be over and done with. Reality says we are into “new norms” and this may last for awhile, maybe for years.

What concerns us is the propensity for depression and a giving up of self in what seems to be a never ending situation that has crept into our lives. The remedy may be one of starting at square one. What is square one you say? Making the most of the saying “one day at a time” and kicking it into your reality, your daily life.
There is a lot to be said for looking for the positive each and every day. You reading this means you have eyes to see even if you do wear glasses or contacts. There’s a start. While confined to home, we redid the inside and planted a garden. It was good, as well as needed and the time was right. The message here is never, ever give up. No matter what!

Manitoba is fortunate to have services for a variety of situations. Just make sure as the Fall sets in and wWinter comes our way, to ask and look into what is available for you. Whatever it is you need assistance with. You may be surprised at what you find when you seek! You may be amazed to find people so ready to listen to you.

Our Church is a warm and welcoming place where you can find peace and folks willing to lend an ear. (with social distancing and masks of course). So what have you learned about yourself in the past six months? Reverend Glenn will be talking about that very subject on Sunday October 18th. We look forward to seeing you, and know our Services will be held in the gymnasium for the rest of this calendar year. God Bless!

Good News and Bad News!

I’ll give you the bad news first……We are unable to have our first service this Sunday (September 20th)

The Good News is…….

Services will resume on October 18th, 2020 at 10:30 a.m. in the gym at the Sunova Center. We will be social distanced and masks are mandatory.

We will have masks on hand for anybody who doesn’t have one.

Church Services

Hope everyone has had a great summer.

Some news about services:

  • We are unable to open for church services for the first weekend of September.
  • We are hopeful that we will be able to have a service on September 20th.
  • We will put a notice up on the site as soon as we know when our first service is.