Unfortunately, due to yesterday’s heavy rain and today’s inclement weather, it has been decided to cancel the church picnic. It will be rescheduled, so check back here later, or call the church office for the new date.   ~


Our New Lead Minister

On Sunday afternoon, May 27th, the Presbytery of Westminster inducted Reverend Paddy Eastwood as our new full time lead minister. We rejoice in how God has led both the congregation and Paddy to this point! Prior to receiving the invitation to preach for the Call, Paddy had requested and was granted study leave from May 28 to June 3 at Presbyterian…


Study Groups for You

We currently have four study opportunities running at HPC. One is a Bible Study, one is a ‘Stewards by Design’ class, the third is called Theology Café and the fourth is a Book Club. The Wednesday Afternoon Bible Study gathers each week at 1:00 p.m. to focus on learning what God wants us to be and do in our world, but…


Lent & Easter 2018

Celebrating Lent and Easter 2018 at Haney Presbyterian Church Lent is one of the most special seasons of the church year.  We have anticipated and celebrated the birth of Jesus in Advent and Christmas and declared God’s love for the whole world in Epiphany.  Now during Lent we will journey through Jesus’ adult life as…

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What’s Next?

June 30th marked the beginning of a transitional period for our congregation. It was the official last day of the Rev. Dr. Gerard Booy’s ministry in Haney Church. What’s next for him? He is stepping away from congregational ministry to begin, in his words, “a practice as Spiritual Director through which I hope to provide spiritual guidance for individuals,…


We Journey Through Holy Week

We have now travelled beyond Palm Sunday and we continue on a path through Holy Week. All during Lent we have been moving hesitantly toward this time when we will come face to face with the One who willingly gave up his life for us. Jesus the Christ, the sacrificed Lamb of God, was brutally crucified in our place. He saved us! What…


Looking Towards Easter

Melting piles of slush and errant flurries may have us thinking we’re a long way from springtime, but there are Snowdrops blooming in the garden. This resurgence of life reminds us that spring will officially arrive in a month, followed by Easter, just a month later. This present interval is our time to turn towards God — a…


Lent Devotional 2017

A Lent Daily Devotional has been created by the faculty, students and friends of Presbyterian College, Montreal. Click [here] to access the devotional in various formats. It offers scripture readings, prayers and reflections daily, beginning on Ash Wednesday, March 1, 2017. “In using it, we encourage you to set aside a specific time and place each day…


Christmas Pageant Photos

The Christmas Pageant presented to the congregation on December 11th was entitled, “A Child Shall Lead Them: Now Museum, Now You Don’t” with children, youth and young adults participating. While we don’t like to feature individuals on the website without permission, here are a few group photos and a video to share highlights of this very special program. The…


Moving Towards Christmas

No matter how much we might sometimes wish otherwise, time steadily moves into the future. We can’t slow it down, speed it up, or make it go backwards, although it has an uncanny way of seeming to drag when we’re anticipating an event, and dash when we’re dreading one. That’s why it’s important to take…