2019 Summer Worship
Due to the re-imagining Grey Street Project this summer, Grey St. will be closed July and August.
We encourage our GSUC family to visit our TBJIGGN neighbourhood churches.
The Worship Team is currently working on the possibility of meeting at additional venues.
2019 Summer Worship Calendar Under Construction!
Keep watching this page for updates
Pentecost marks the end of the Easter Season and this year starts on June 9th (50 days after Easter Sunday).
Pentecost comes from the Greek word “pentekoste” which means “50th day”. It is a reference to the Jewish Festival of Shavuot (Festival of Weeks), which is held on the 50th day after the second day of Passover.
In Acts 2, it is said that the disciples had gathered on the day of Pentecost ()on the day of the Festival of Shavuot). That is when the wind and the fire and the Spirit came!
The liturgical colour for Pentecost is red. Red is a primary colour and also a warm colour. It symbolizes fire, spirit, energy, passion, strength, power, courage and determination. It draws to mind, the flames dancing over the disciples and friends of Jesus who were gathered in the upper room on the day of Pentecost.
We look forward to you joining us!