So much of what we love about our church is the fellowship and nurturing of our community that takes place around the food that is prepared in our kitchen and served with love. Thanks to perseverance, tenacity and hard work of many, our new, safe and efficient kitchen is now a reality.
When Church Council and Trustees gave their blessing to proceed with the project, $390,000 of the $455,000 budget had already been raised, and a promise was made to hold a fundraiser upon completion to raise the remaining $65,000. We ask for your support of this effort, if you are able.
Your Hospitality Team looks forward to showing you the actual kitchen as soon as it is safe to gather. In the meantime, we have a video tour that we hope you will enjoy.
The Hospitality Team has lived out Islington’s five core values — caring, stewardship, Christ-centred, discipleship and hospitality — from the home base of the Stewart East Hall kitchen built in 1962.
In the touching song “Thankful,” the words repeat: “There’s so much to be thankful for.”
Experts tell us that, when you are looking at improving your home, the smartest place to put your hard-earned money is in the kitchen.
Each Sunday, whether we are present physically or virtually in our sanctuary, we see the beautiful stained glass window depicting the Emmaus Road story.
Our scripture this week from Brian McLaren’s book We Make the Road by Walking is from Matthew 22:36-39: “Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?”
Find out what Peter Conforzi’s wish is . . .
Join Jack Grady, Peter Conforzi, and Jo and Don Cook for a tour of the new kitchen
Isla Grady and Meredith Whipp provide a look back on how our old kitchen sustained us, and how we moved forward to make a new, safe and modern kitchen a reality
Join Chris Henderson, project advisor for the kitchen renovation, as he shares some of the highlights of the new kitchen
Catherine Locke and Val Greenfield talk about their personal experiences with the old kitchen and their anticipation for what will be possible in the new one.
Three generations of the Allen family share what they love about being part of the Islington community and the fellowship that starts in the kitchen.