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The Village Church is built on the foundation of valuing people, celebrating life together, and learning principles that will enable us to face life’s challenges. Our vision is to be a community of faith that is dedicated to knowing Jesus Christ, serving others in His name and making Him known throughout our home community. Our church exists beyond the walls of just Sunday morning. We’re glad to be investing in Thorold and surrounding communities! We want to make a good city great!
 
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Zechariah and Mary were both foretold of their child’s birth. Zechariah of his son, John the Baptist, and Mary of her son, Jesus. But Zechariah and Mary had very different responses after hearing the news. They both had questions - but their questions were different. Join us as we dive in and learn from them as we walk through Advent, anticipating …
 
There is a set of subversive expectations that we are steeped in when it comes to Christmas. Books, movies, and the lore of the holidays promise all things can be made right and complete through the magic of the season. Our human hearts are desperate for this relief and it is found in Jesus Christ, our Prince of Peace. The Advent of peace is now. W…
 
The gospel of Jesus can feel quaint and outdated in today’s fast-paced, sensory-driven world. With so many things vying for our attention, we should find ways to cultivate moments of meaning, hope, and rest. Our faith lives on patience. Patience is willing to endure. Endurance is sustained by the promise of beauty. Beauty is the object of our hope.…
 
We all feel a sense of worthlessness or contempt in our hearts. We try to combat it with self-righteousness and self-loathing. When we realize that although we can’t save ourselves but Christ’s desire is to do that very thing, it produces in us a humble self-forgetfulness. Our reward is justification, atonement, and looking away from ourselves to g…
 
This week, we are concluding our emphasis for this fall entitled "Rooted." The reality of your life is that you are rooted in something, and the roots of your life are inextricably linked to the fruits of your life. If you are rooted in the chaos and constant change of your circumstances, your life will reflect that. If you are rooted in the timele…
 
Following Jesus was never intended to be an individual exercise. It's deeply personal, but it's not private, it's not done alone. The imagery in the New Testament for the church is one of a body, all of the members playing their part in the functioning of the body. Just like your thumb can't choose to take a day off from being your thumb without it…
 
It is our hope and prayer that we will have planted and revitalized 30 healthy, gospel-centered, multiplying churches by the year 2030. And God has already begun this work. As a church, our work is to collectively affirm what God is doing and commit to support the work of advancing the Kingdom of God through the sent ones. It is our honor to commis…
 
One of the hardest things to do when it comes to our Christian faith is to share our faith with other people. We fear rejection, we fear that we won't have the right words to say or the right answers to all the questions. Sometimes we hide the fact that we're followers of Jesus because we're afraid that our lives don't match up with our values. How…
 
There is an innate hunger for abundant life hidden in the heart of people, and the vast majority don’t yet know the beauty, truth, and relevance of Jesus. Before He ascended into the heavens, Jesus made a promise to His followers that we would receive power when the Holy Spirit comes. Therefore, we shouldn’t stare up at the heavens until He returns…
 
Jesus taught more on the topic of money than almost any other topic: prayer, faith, heaven and hell, sex, you name it, Jesus didn't talk about it as much as he talked about money. Why is that? Because Jesus knew the power that money can have in our lives, and he also knew the potential for good that money can unlock in the world when used for the s…
 
The Pharisees and Scribes grumbled as Jesus dined with the unwelcome and uninvited. In a series of three parables, Jesus responds to their complaints with the message that the Kingdom is for all people. It is for the saint and the sinner. The banquet table is set by a compassionate Father. For those of us who were far off, come home. For those who …
 
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