Preservice Time of Prayer
There will be prayer every Sunday morning at 10 am at GBC - come and learn 18 ways to pray for your church! There will be coffee and donuts. There will also allow for praying online through the following link
Join Zoom Meeting
We’re updating our directory
It’s that time of year again! We’re updating our church directory right now. This resource is used as a tool to connect and also a prayer guide. You can look at your listing on the information table at the back of the auditorium or add yourself in if you’re new to the GBC family. You can also send updates to our church secretary Elaine Finlay at:
We hope to have it done and ready to distribute the beginning of March.
Join us on Sunday in-person or on our livestream as continue our winter series, “Firm Foundations”-a study of the book of Romans
The foundation of a building is critically important for the stability of the structure that sits on it. In many ways our faith and relationship with God needs the same thing. How is your foundation.
This Sunday Pastor Dan will continue to look at the practical outworking of sanctification.
Want to prepare? Read the text for Sunday ahead of time: Romans 6
If you can’t make it you can connect through our website:
www.guelphbiblechapel.ca our YouTube channel as well as Facebook LIVE.
Thought for the Day: Be a loving servant
We’re continuing to look at the character traits of Jesus. Character is what distinguishes, us, its who we are. Pretty straight forward, right? May we look to be like Jesus in this way. Okay, so what do I mean?
Well, he was a servant
Without a doubt, Jesus was the ultimate servant. Although He was praised as a great teacher and even had a decent following, He made sure to teach them to be servants by actually doing it himself. In Mark 10:45, Jesus tells us: “the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve.” Despite having the authority to get anything He wanted, have people praise and pamper him, He did the exact opposite by lowering himself and serving others. What a great example, and challenge for us as we go about our day.
As well, he was loving
Obviously, Jesus had a love for others. If He didn’t, He wouldn’t be compassionate nor a servant. Jesus claimed that there is no greater love than to die for one of your friends—and He did just that. If anyone doubts His love, all they have to do is look upon the cross and see the agony that He bore for our sakes. He experienced that horrible death so that all can be saved. That, very clearly, is true love at its finest. The question I ask myself, then, is who can I love sacrificially? I’d encourage you to do the same thing.
And that is what character looks like!
In His grip,