Toronto Church

Sabbath, December 03, 2022



Through centuries of persecution, conflict, and darkness, God has sustained His church. Not one cloud has fallen upon it that He has not prepared for; not one opposing force has risen to counterwork His work, that He has not foreseen. All has taken place as He predicted. He has not left His church forsaken, but has traced in prophetic declarations what would occur, and that which His Spirit inspired the prophets to foretell has been brought about. All His purposes will be fulfilled. His law is linked with His throne, and no power of evil can destroy it. Truth is inspired and guarded by God; and it will triumph over all opposition. During ages of spiritual darkness the church of God has been as a city set on a hill. From age to age, through successive generations, the pure doctrines of heaven have been unfolding within its borders. Enfeebled and defective as it may appear, the church is the one object upon which God bestows in a special sense His supreme regard. It is the theater of His grace, in which He delights to reveal His power to transform hearts.....From the beginning God has wrought through His people to bring blessing to the world. To the ancient Egyptian nation God made Joseph a fountain of life. Through the integrity of Joseph the life of that whole people was preserved. Through Daniel God saved the life of all the wise men of Babylon. And these deliverances are as object lessons; they illustrate the spiritual blessings offered to the world through connection with the God whom Joseph and Daniel worshiped. Everyone in whose heart Christ abides, everyone who will show forth His love to the world, is a worker together with God for the blessing of humanity. As he receives from the Saviour grace to impart to others, from his whole being flows forth the tide of spiritual life. -- Acts of the Apostles pp. 11-13




The Church at Study - Sabbath School




Jaromir Hanuska


Opening Hymn

#526- The Church Has One Foundation


Lesson Review

“Offerings of Gratitude and Care for the Poor” (by Susan Poznic)


New Lesson

“God's Storehouse: His Church” E1: Marian Sirbu; E2: Tim Poznic; Y: Ina Lukic


Closing Hymn

#480-Bring Them in, to Jesus


Closing Prayer



The Church at Worship - Divine Service




Dalibor Hanuska


Opening Hymn

#591-Just Over the Mountains


Key Text

Luke 21:28


Opening Prayer

Dalibor Hanuska



“The End Times” (by Walter Lukic)


Closing Hymn

#400- I Will Never, Never Leave Thee


Closing Prayer

Walter Lukic



Fellowship Lunch: Please join us for fellowship lunch in the basement after the Divine Service

Lord's Supper: Communion will be held this afternoon after lunch

Welfare Department Collection for Homeless Youth: Donations will be accepted at church until December 17. Please consult the lists sent by e-mail for items that can be donated.

Week of Prayer Schedule: Friday, December 02, at 7 p.m. (Tim Poznic, Marian Sirbu)

Sabbath, December 03, at 11 a.m. (Walter Lukic, Dalibor Hanuska)

Sunday, December 04, at 6 p.m. (Dorica Oprisan, Tyrone Pedro)

Wednesday, December 07, at 7 p.m. (Jaromir Hanuska, Jim Gray)

Friday, December 09, at 7 p.m. (Orville Barham, Dalibor Poznic)

Sabbath, December 10, at 11 a.m. (Alex Villalabos, Marian Sirbu)

Sunday, December 11, at 10 a..m. (Dorin Burca, Walter Lukic)






Prayer Requests


  1. For our brethren in Russia and in the Ukraine
  2. For all the members and friends of our church who are ill
  3. For our young people, children, and visitors.
  4. For the Holy Spirit to revive us, perfect us, and seal us.
  5. For the winds of strife to be held that God's work in this world may be accomplished, and for the grace, wisdom, and willingness to do His work.
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