Thursday, June 28, 2007


It's time for a pool party! Note: this is not THE pool party, just A pool party. THE pool party is yet to come ... stay tuned.

This week you'll find us all at Gary's pool at 389 Cosburn Crescent.

We're going to throw caution to the wind - for one week only, the Quarry meal calendar is going to be abandoned - it's a potluck free-for-all! Bring your favourite meal contribution (that doesn't have onions (or meat?) in it).

To get to Gary's:
Take New Street towards Appleby
Turn right onto Breckonwood (two streets before Appleby)
Turn Left onto Cosburn Crescent.
Stop at #389. Jump in pool.

Don't forget your bathing suit.

Tuesday, June 26, 2007


Here's the link to our 'homework assignment' ...

The message title is: "What does it mean to be forgiving"

Give it a listen. This all seems very technological, but I'm sure you'll figure out how it works ...

Saturday, June 23, 2007


say, i have an idea.
let's get together on monday.... gather, eat, worship, hang out, discuss, learn...
whatdya think?

6:30 dinner
7:30 'gathering' of sorts...

Rob & Lisa's house (see side bar for address, info, and food calender)

Sunday, June 17, 2007


hola amigos!(i'm practicing my spanish!)

just a reminder - quarry will be at the irish homestead again. we'll be following up on last week's discussion... you won't want to miss it!

see you tonight!

Wednesday, June 13, 2007


I finally know my answer to the question du jour ...

Monday, June 11, 2007

tonight at the irish's!

Let's enjoy some good eats, good weather, and good company together at the Irish homestead.
(note: not the Reynolds like we talked about)

See you at 6:30 for din din, 7:30 for teaching, gathering, worship, etc

Wednesday, June 06, 2007


I read it and I hear about obedience. God says "go to Nineveh" and Jonah goes.
Another reads it and hears about trust and perspective. Jonah worries about the plant and doesn't see the city.
Yet another reads and hears about relationship wth God. Jonah wasn't exactly 'in-line' with God, and yet was still hearing God.

From just one story, God speaks to us in such different ways.

So often, I read a passage of scripture and I decide what it must be about. And I assume that it must be about the same thing for everyone else. However, when I stop and really listen for God as I read, it is remarkable what emerges. God uses the story to speak to each of us, to encourage and affirm, and to teach and challenge us.

From really listening to the others in my group, I also hear God speaking to me. Although I may not have heard it directly in the story, after someone shares beside me I begin to think about what has been said. About what really prevents me from hearing God. What are my barriers, or are they merely excuses?

When I must only listen - to God and to others - I am always surprised, and challenged, by what I hear.

Saturday, June 02, 2007