YPBC News and Events

January 2022

Women of the Word
January 3, 2022, 11:20am
We will be studying the attributes of God each Monday from Sept 13th to Christmas, followed by a Bible study of the Gospel of Matthew until next June. The format includes the answering of prepared homework questions. From 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM is spent answering those questions with discussion and review, followed by at least 30 minutes or more for conversation, mentioning of prayer needs followed by a collective prayer time. Classmates are welcome to stay on the Zoom link for pastoral time and personal prayer. We take our study of God's Word seriously, yet we have time to get to know one another and have fun as a group. The group is mainly made up of more mature Christian women but we sincerely welcome seekers and new believers. We learn from one another about our awesome God and encourage each other in our walk of faith in God's Son, Jesus, the Saviour of all who believe in him. Led by: Suzanne Wilkinson
Bay St. Life Group
January 7, 2022, 6:00pm
Online via Zoom. Young and international professionals learning God's words on faith and work. Our fellowship studied the books from the Bible and selected topics to examine Biblical perspectives on societal and relationship and spiritual issues. Led by: Mary and Nikhil
Singing Praises Life Group
January 8, 2022, 5:00pm
Online via Zoom, At Belmont 6:30-7:30 pm on the third Saturday God does not owe us anything. How can we not sing praises to Him always? We remind seniors with dementia with songs of praises at Belmont House once a month. We have weekly singing fellowship (practice with joy) in between Belmont visits. Can't sing, no worries, you only need to come with a desire to praise Him. We need story and scripture readers and many other tasks. Led by: Mary & Nikhil
Berean Bible Study
January 9, 2022, 9:30am
The Berean Class has been meeting at the church in the Red Board Room for over 30 years. The Class is interactive. Because so much of church life has been stopped because of the pandemic, the Berean class has been functioning throughout the summer of this year using zoom. The average class attendance is 18. It is our hope that we will at some time in the near future meet again at the Church. Also, it is our hope that in the future those who cannot physically attend, will be able to participate in the class by linking into ‘zoom'. Led by: Peter Ferguson
Women of the Word
January 10, 2022, 11:20am
We will be studying the attributes of God each Monday from Sept 13th to Christmas, followed by a Bible study of the Gospel of Matthew until next June. The format includes the answering of prepared homework questions. From 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM is spent answering those questions with discussion and review, followed by at least 30 minutes or more for conversation, mentioning of prayer needs followed by a collective prayer time. Classmates are welcome to stay on the Zoom link for pastoral time and personal prayer. We take our study of God's Word seriously, yet we have time to get to know one another and have fun as a group. The group is mainly made up of more mature Christian women but we sincerely welcome seekers and new believers. We learn from one another about our awesome God and encourage each other in our walk of faith in God's Son, Jesus, the Saviour of all who believe in him. Led by: Suzanne Wilkinson
Bible Study - Lost in Translation
January 12, 2022, 7:00pm
Lost in Translation, our evening Bible Study for 2021/22, features various leaders from the YP family who will take turns leading us in a study of Biblical phrases that are commonly used in our English language. We will explore not only their popular usage but also their Biblical origins and seek to identify that meaning at the heart of it all. Leader: Mary Han Theme: Multiple Witness
Bay St. Life Group
January 14, 2022, 6:00pm
Online via Zoom. Young and international professionals learning God's words on faith and work. Our fellowship studied the books from the Bible and selected topics to examine Biblical perspectives on societal and relationship and spiritual issues. Led by: Mary and Nikhil
Yorkminster Park Speakers Series
January 14, 2022, 7:00pm
Presenter; Dr. Patricia Brubaker One hundred years ago, Frederick Banting, MD had an idea in the middle of the night that culminated in the discovery of insulin, a ‘cure’ for certain death in patients with Type 1 diabetes. In this lecture Professor Patricia Brubaker will trace the origins of this discovery, covering not only the science and the individuals involved in this ground-breaking discovery, but also the process that led to the commercialization of insulin, enabling worldwide access to this lifesaving treatment. Biography Dr. Patricia Brubaker obtained her PhD at McGill University followed by post-doctoral studies at the University of Toronto, where she is currently Professor in the Departments of Physiology and Medicine. Since 1985, she has been actively involved in studies on the regulation and functions of several intestinal hormones, most notably glucagon-like peptide-1, used in the treatment of patients with type 2 diabetes and obesity, and glucagon-like peptide-2, recently approved for patients with short bowel syndrome. Dr. Brubaker has published over 200 papers and trained over more than 200 students and fellows during her career. She has been supported by a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Vascular and Metabolic Biology since 2001, was inducted as a Fellow into the Royal Society of Canada in 2016, and received the Diabetes Canada Lifetime Achievement Award in 2020.
Singing Praises Life Group
January 15, 2022, 5:00pm
Online via Zoom, At Belmont 6:30-7:30 pm on the third Saturday God does not owe us anything. How can we not sing praises to Him always? We remind seniors with dementia with songs of praises at Belmont House once a month. We have weekly singing fellowship (practice with joy) in between Belmont visits. Can't sing, no worries, you only need to come with a desire to praise Him. We need story and scripture readers and many other tasks. Led by: Mary & Nikhil
Berean Bible Study
January 16, 2022, 9:30am
The Berean Class has been meeting at the church in the Red Board Room for over 30 years. The Class is interactive. Because so much of church life has been stopped because of the pandemic, the Berean class has been functioning throughout the summer of this year using zoom. The average class attendance is 18. It is our hope that we will at some time in the near future meet again at the Church. Also, it is our hope that in the future those who cannot physically attend, will be able to participate in the class by linking into ‘zoom'. Led by: Peter Ferguson
Women of the Word
January 17, 2022, 11:20am
We will be studying the attributes of God each Monday from Sept 13th to Christmas, followed by a Bible study of the Gospel of Matthew until next June. The format includes the answering of prepared homework questions. From 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM is spent answering those questions with discussion and review, followed by at least 30 minutes or more for conversation, mentioning of prayer needs followed by a collective prayer time. Classmates are welcome to stay on the Zoom link for pastoral time and personal prayer. We take our study of God's Word seriously, yet we have time to get to know one another and have fun as a group. The group is mainly made up of more mature Christian women but we sincerely welcome seekers and new believers. We learn from one another about our awesome God and encourage each other in our walk of faith in God's Son, Jesus, the Saviour of all who believe in him. Led by: Suzanne Wilkinson
Book Club
January 18, 2022, 7:00pm
Memoir: the bright side, twelve months, three heartbreaks, and one (maybe) miracle by Cathrin Bradbury The hilarious story of how a modern woman's life can change utterly in a single year. Bradbury's life imploded in the space of a few months. Her beloved parents died, her marriage limped to an end after twenty-five years, her heavily mortgaged house turned against her, and a promising new romance ended in crushing disappointment. But somewhere in that year, a new path, or three or four, began to open up. As Bradbury navigates the setbacks, her troubled brother makes an astounding recovery to health and sobriety. She is reunited with her closest childhood friend after a long absence. She and her four siblings feel their way to becoming a new kind of family without their parents. And her adult children emerge into sharper focus, each gloriously and uniquely themselves. Slowly, she discovers that the path is steep, the view obscured, but there's light ahead. When: Third Tuesday of each month from September to June (no December meeting) Where: TBD (Either the Friendship room and/or by Zoom) Time: 7:00 – 8:30pm
Bible Study - Lost in Translation
January 19, 2022, 7:00pm
Lost in Translation, our evening Bible Study for 2021/22, features various leaders from the YP family who will take turns leading us in a study of Biblical phrases that are commonly used in our English language. We will explore not only their popular usage but also their Biblical origins and seek to identify that meaning at the heart of it all. Leader: Katherine Laundy Theme: More Gospel Writers
Bay St. Life Group
January 21, 2022, 6:00pm
Online via Zoom. Young and international professionals learning God's words on faith and work. Our fellowship studied the books from the Bible and selected topics to examine Biblical perspectives on societal and relationship and spiritual issues. Led by: Mary and Nikhil
Berean Bible Study
January 23, 2022, 9:30am
The Berean Class has been meeting at the church in the Red Board Room for over 30 years. The Class is interactive. Because so much of church life has been stopped because of the pandemic, the Berean class has been functioning throughout the summer of this year using zoom. The average class attendance is 18. It is our hope that we will at some time in the near future meet again at the Church. Also, it is our hope that in the future those who cannot physically attend, will be able to participate in the class by linking into ‘zoom'. Led by: Peter Ferguson
Women of the Word
January 24, 2022, 11:20am
We will be studying the attributes of God each Monday from Sept 13th to Christmas, followed by a Bible study of the Gospel of Matthew until next June. The format includes the answering of prepared homework questions. From 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM is spent answering those questions with discussion and review, followed by at least 30 minutes or more for conversation, mentioning of prayer needs followed by a collective prayer time. Classmates are welcome to stay on the Zoom link for pastoral time and personal prayer. We take our study of God's Word seriously, yet we have time to get to know one another and have fun as a group. The group is mainly made up of more mature Christian women but we sincerely welcome seekers and new believers. We learn from one another about our awesome God and encourage each other in our walk of faith in God's Son, Jesus, the Saviour of all who believe in him. Led by: Suzanne Wilkinson
Bible Study - Lost in Translation
January 26, 2022, 7:00pm
Lost in Translation, our evening Bible Study for 2021/22, features various leaders from the YP family who will take turns leading us in a study of Biblical phrases that are commonly used in our English language. We will explore not only their popular usage but also their Biblical origins and seek to identify that meaning at the heart of it all. Leader: Esther Barnes Theme: Thanks to Paul
Bay St. Life Group
January 28, 2022, 6:00pm
Online via Zoom. Young and international professionals learning God's words on faith and work. Our fellowship studied the books from the Bible and selected topics to examine Biblical perspectives on societal and relationship and spiritual issues. Led by: Mary and Nikhil
Singing Praises Life Group
January 29, 2022, 5:00pm
Online via Zoom, At Belmont 6:30-7:30 pm on the third Saturday God does not owe us anything. How can we not sing praises to Him always? We remind seniors with dementia with songs of praises at Belmont House once a month. We have weekly singing fellowship (practice with joy) in between Belmont visits. Can't sing, no worries, you only need to come with a desire to praise Him. We need story and scripture readers and many other tasks. Led by: Mary & Nikhil
Berean Bible Study
January 30, 2022, 9:30am
The Berean Class has been meeting at the church in the Red Board Room for over 30 years. The Class is interactive. Because so much of church life has been stopped because of the pandemic, the Berean class has been functioning throughout the summer of this year using zoom. The average class attendance is 18. It is our hope that we will at some time in the near future meet again at the Church. Also, it is our hope that in the future those who cannot physically attend, will be able to participate in the class by linking into ‘zoom'. Led by: Peter Ferguson
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