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WEEK 36 UPDATE - November 15 - 22

Members and Friends of The Spring Community Church

Our weekly online activities are as follows:

A SPECIAL MESSAGE FROM -  PASTOR PRINGLE " My Beloved church Families Please, please follow the public health advisory and stay home as much as possible for the next 3 weeks.  Join us online for services." Love and Blessings! Pastor S. Pringle

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2020 10:30 am


followed by AGM – Annual General Meeting and BUSINESS MEETING.

Members received zoom info by email.



Bishop Junior Stewart, Malton COGOP On the Prayer Conference Phone Line

We continue to provide Sunday Morning Service at 10:30 am on our YouTube Channel. Simply search for The Spring Community Church and hit subscribe

We will continue to implement the health standards and protocols required for social distancing and safety at The Spring Community Church.

Monday, November 16, 2020

PRAYER MEETING at 8 pm with Deacon Howell


Prayer Conference phone #: 647 360 4694 ~~ Access number 239933326#

Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Women's Day Morning Prayer

We are ON THE RISE at 6 am for Prayer – "Intercessory Prayer"

Call prayer conference phone #: 647 360 4694 ~~ Access number 239933326#

**FOOD BANK – closed**



BIBLE STUDY with Rev. Patricia Simmons, Teacher, Spring Training Institute

Week 9 Topic: A Resounding Victory Read: Esther 9

Haman, the enemy of the Jews, was hung upon the gallows he intended for his enemy Mordecai. But Esther 8 showed us that this was a bittersweet victory. Esther informed Ahasuerus of the relationship between herself and Mordecai, Ahasuerus promoted him, and he was placed over the house and position of Haman. In the midst of this, Esther became overcome with grief. Despite Haman's demise, his plans were still in effect to destroy the Jewish people. She once again pleaded with the king to do something about it, but his law couldn't be revoked. Instead, he suggested that Esther and Mordecai write another law in the king's name that would help the Jews, and so they did, authorizing the Jews to defend themselves against the attack of those who allied with Haman in his hatred of them. This all truly was a reversal of fortune, and Mordecai was lifted up in the sight of the people. There was joy, gladness, and celebration among the Jews for probably the first time since their Babylonian captivity. Even many Persians converted to Judaism, at least superficially, because of this.

So, the author of Esther left us in suspense. Would this plan work out? Would the Jews survive the date chosen by lot, the thirteenth day of the month of Adar? The story quickly turns to the resolution of this problem in today's study of Esther 9:1-19. In our final lesson (Lesson 10), we will see how the Feast of Purim was officially established and how things turned out for the heroes of our story.

Guided Question:

1. There is no question that in the Book of Esther we see God's hand of providence at work like nowhere else in the Bible. How does v.1 all the more confirm this?

2. What capped the Jews' victory, and what did they not do although the King's edict allowed it (vv. 7-10, see Esther 8:11)?

3. This victory brought rest at last for the Jews after such turmoil. We too have been given rest in Jesus Christ, freed from our enemy! Read Galatians 3:11—14 and record how the way was made for us to also enter into His rest.

Thursday, November 19, 2020 at 1pm

Women on the Rise Ministries presents


Invited Guest:   Rev. Joanne Crosdale, Hamilton

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2020 10:30 am

Morning Worship

NO Sunday Evening Service

*Here's what's coming to TSCC –
The first of our 5th Sunday evening Musical and Inspirational Readings
launches on November 29th at 6 pm ~~ The THRONE ROOM

PARENTS: Weekly Resources & Downloads are available for your child/ children - visit


Have you ever thought about everything God has done for you? He made a way to rescue you through Jesus' death and resurrection. When you remember that, you can be thankful—always.


Week Three Nov 15

ElementaryJesus Heals 10 Men — Luke 17:11-19

BOTTOM LINE: Say thank you.

PreteensJesus Heals 10 Men — Luke 17:11-19

KEY QUESTION: Why do people forget to say thank you?

"Give thanks to the Lord, because he is good. His faithful love continues forever." Psalm 136:1, NIrV

Preschool/Toddler: Please visit the Parent Cue Youtube channel for Sunday at home videos.  Every Sunday there will be new Bible stories/lessons for your little ones.

November 2020 Theme: Thankful Tree

When we say thank You to God, we are acknowledging all the good and perfect gifts He has given us. Food, family, the people who help us—these are all daily reminders of our good, good, God.


Week Three Nov 15: Aaron Helps Moses — Exodus 17:8-13

BOTTOM LINE: GOD IS GOOD. "Give thanks to the Lord for he is good." Psalm 107:1, NIV


Thank You for Your GIFT

Giving is an important part of our worship. Owing to several requests to give we are providing the following options:

1:  Please contact Treasurer, Deacon Gray at cell # 647-290-8643 

2: You may e-transfer your tithes, offerings and "Other" special donation to    In the MESSAGE area please specify if it is your Tithe, Offering, or to donate to a Ministry such as Children, Missions (Home/Foreign) Music, Pastoral Team (Love Offering), Pointmen Ministries, Women on the RiseYouthYour contact:  Finance Office Coordinator - Karon Cross  ph: 416-604-3447 ext 221.

3:  Credit/Visa Debit  - Give via Credit Card/ Visa Debit on the website by filling out the form provided.  

4:  Please mail your cheques to The Spring Community Church, 2431 St Clair Avenue West, Toronto M6N 1K9.

5:   You may also, request having stamped address envelopes sent to you. This envelope will have 3 stamped address envelopes enclosed for the mailing of your tithes. Your current mailing address must be confirmed with Administration.

Thank YOU, Father, for accepting these tithes and offerings today. We love you, Lord!


FOOD BANK DRIVE NOW ON  The Food Bank is now preparing for its Annual Community Christmas Food Distribution Programme on Sunday, December 13th. Nonperishable food items are requested and/or cash donations.  Please drop off at the church. The deadline date for the collection of all food items and/ or cash donations: Sunday, November 29th.  Thank you for your support.

For URGENT Food Bank needs please contact your Food Bank Directors:

Minister Morgan at 416-271-9109 and /or Deacon Richard Smith 416 998 9535.


Let's stay focus "God is in the midst of us and we are reminded to FEAR not." 

Please stay safe and healthy.

Pastoral Team

Rev. Dr. Sophia Pringle, Lead Pastor; Rev. Audley Lawrence, Associate Pastor;

Rev. Eunice Griffiths, Associate Pastor; Rev. Sean Fraser, Associate Pastor

Administration Department

New Email Address:


Zoom Information

1. See Zoom invitation details below. Use Link and Password below on computer, IPad or smartphone.

2. For those who choose to use Zoom AUDIO alone, CALL IN VIA ZOOM on cell phone or landline.

Dial  647 374 4685 OR 647 558 0588   (Canadian numbers)

Then enter: Meeting ID: 829 5428 2943

Password: 392061

 Please save this information. This information is needed for all Zoom login at The Spring Community Church.

Rev. Dr. Sophia Pringle is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: BIBLE STUDY        Time: 7:30 pm

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 829 5428 2943

Password: 392061

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