For a lot of Christians, Holy Week (which is also known as Easter Week) is a sacred week in the church year. It starts with Palm Sunday when Jesus enters the city of Jerusalem and leads us through the Last Supper, His crucifixion, and ends on Easter Sunday with His resurrection. The week gives us […]
There are 12 days to Christmas, and beyond the festivities, this is a time to reflect on why Christmas is celebrated in the first place: to remember the birth of Jesus. We’ll be sharing a quote daily that captures the essence of the season.
Gifts, Santa Clause, mince pies, and mulled wine are all associated with Christmas but isthis what Christmas is about? As we revisit this well told story, let us examine thehidden nuggets that might have been overlooked by some. By Anne-Marie Francis
As we approach “Christmas”, the season when we celebrate the birth of Jesus, it is time to remember the reason for his birth. What job did Jesus come to accomplish? It is easy to forget as our focus gets lost and our priorities become misaligned. Romans 5:12 – “Therefore, just as sin entered the world […]
Welcome to IGC (the International Gospel Church), we hope that you feel at home whether you’re just visiting or you’re considering being with us more regularly. Our aim is that IGC will prove to be for you an Inclusive Grace-filled Community where you will be encouraged not simply to live gracefully, but to live fully […]
Black History Month originated in 1915, half a century after the Thirteenth Amendment abolished slavery in the United States. It is important to note that whilst this tradition began in America, there exists not a single history for all black people but rather multiple histories. Those who are descendants of slaves share a similar history, […]