“… I trust in thy word”. Psalm 119:42

Just in proportion in which we believe that God will do just what He has said, is our faith strong or weak. Faith has nothing to do with feelings, or with impressions, with improbabilities, or with outward appearances. If we desire to couple them with faith, then we are no longer resting on the Word of God because faith needs nothing of the kind. Faith rests on the naked Word of God. When we take Him at His Word, the heart is at peace.

God delights to exercise faith, first for blessing in our own souls, then for blessing in the Church at large, and also for those without. But this exercise we shrink from instead of welcoming. When trials come, we should say: “My Heavenly Father puts this cup of trial into my hands, that I may have something sweet afterwards.”

Trials are the food of faith. Oh, let us leave ourselves in the hands of our Heavenly Father! It is the joy of His heart to do good to all His children.

But trials and difficulties are not the only means by which faith is exercised and thereby increased. There is the reading of the Scriptures, that we may by them acquaint ourselves with God as He has revealed Himself in His Word.

Are you able to say, from the acquaintance you have made with God, that He is a lovely Being? If not, let me affectionately entreat you to ask God to bring you to this, that you may admire His gentleness and kindness, that you may be able to say how good He is, and what a delight it is to the heart of God to do good to His children.

Now the nearer we come to this in our inmost souls, the more ready we are to leave ourselves in His hands, satisfied with all His dealings with us. And when trial comes, we shall say:

“I will wait and see what good God will do to me by it, assured He will do it.” Thus we shall bear an honorable testimony before the world, and thus we shall strengthen the hands of others. —George Mueller

The Lord's Day Services

Sunday, April 19, 2020

11:00 a.m. Morning Service – Dr. Saunders (live via webcast only, click here)

5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. – Special Congregational Prayer time. (via Zoom)

6:30 p.m. Evening Service – Dr. Saunders (live via webcast only, click here)

Denominational Day of Prayer - April 19, 2020

This Lord’s Day, April 19, 2020, has been set aside as a day of prayer by the Executive Committee of the Presbytery.
It is the desire of the EC that as many people from each congregation as possible, be involved in this effort through whatever means each session will designate. The goal is to humbly and earnestly call upon God in this time of COVID -19 trouble, promote unity in prayer across our denomination, and pray for a gracious reviving among all God’s people.

“Therefore also now, saith the LORD, turn ye even to me with all your heart, and with fasting, and with weeping, and with mourning: And rend your heart, and not your garments, and turn unto the LORD your God: for he is gracious and merciful, slow to anger, and of great kindness, and repenteth him of the evil.” Joel 2:12-13

At TFPC, we want to meet corporately from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. via Zoom, while encouraging all the congregation to set aside the day for personal and family prayer.

Weekly Announcements

Wednesday, April 22nd

7:30 p.m. Bible study and Prayer meeting via Zoom. Guest speaker – Rev. Ian Goligher, Cloverdale FPC.

A Zoom invitation will be emailed each week containing a new Meeting  ID and Password for the up coming meeting.

Deepest Sympathy

We extend to Joaquim, Sabina, Exalta and Emmanuel Rodrigues our sincere condolences in the passing of Joaquim’s father, Mr. Francis Rodrigues.
Brother Francis went to be with his Lord and Saviour on Friday evening, April 17, 2020 in his native land of India.
We very much enjoyed having Francis in our congregation during the short time he lived in Canada a few years ago. We are thankful to have publicly heard his testimony of the Lord’s saving grace in his life at the time of his baptism in January 2017.
Francis Rodrigues
The funeral will be held on Sunday, April 19, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. in India. Please remember Joaquim and his family in your prayers at this time of sadness.


Heritage FPC, Prince George, BC

 Rev. Andrew Simpson

“The earth shall be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the LORD.” Habakkuk 2:14

  • For the church to grow spiritually & numerically
  • For help in the preaching of the Word
  • For God to give power for evangelistic efforts


This ministry depends on the faithful giving of God’s people and we ask you to consider some ways you can continue to donate:

  1. CHEQUE. Write a cheque and mail to: TFPC 1600 Neilson Road, Scarborough, Ontario, M1X 1S3 Attn: George Robinson.
  2. E-TRANSFER. Give directly from your bank account through e-transfer using this email address:
  3. CREDIT CARD. Please contact Mr. George Robinson at 905-995-4476 to make credit card arrangements.

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