Apr
30
May 6

Hamilton Challenge

What is Hamilton Challenge? 

Hamilton Challenge is an intensive one week evangelistic campaign and evangelism training program geared to helping followers of Jesus Christ develop their skills in sharing the gospel with people of various religions and beliefs in Hamilton.

Each day of the campaign will be dedicated to learning and understanding the beliefs and worldviews of others.

This excellent training in world religions and evangelism will be coupled with practical experience in door-to-door gospel-sharing within the community.

Click Here to learn how you can get involved.  

 

 

Apr
30
6:30 pm18:30

Debate: Can Life have meaning without God?

Hear leading scholars and teachers engage in dialogue on highly topical issues impacting our world and Christian witness.

Sunday, April 30, 6:30 p.mDebate: “Can life have meaning without God?” featuring Andy Bannister (Scotland), Apologist, formerly with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (RZIM) author of "The Atheist Who Didn’t Exist (Or, The Terrible Consequences of Really Bad Arguments)”, and Justin Trottier (founder of the Freethought Association of Canada and one of the primary spokespersons for the 2009 Canadian Atheist Bus Campaign)  in a dialogue on atheism.

 

May
2
6:30 pm18:30

Dialogue & Discussion of Muslim Faith

Tuesday May 2, 6:30 p.m. Dialogue & discussion of Muslim faith with a local Imam, featuring Bechara Karkafi (Montreal), Lebanese church planter for Arabic speaking people in the Middle East and Canada. This evening is an opportunity to hear two faith leaders explain important topics in the spirit of learning to better understand each other’s faith.

May
12
May 14

Oasis Young Adults Retreat

Oasis Young Adults Retreat is coming up May 12-14, 2017 at Fair Havens. 

The purpose is to have a weekend to be refreshed, to connect with other young adults, and to grow closer to God through times of worship and Biblical teaching. If you are 18 to 30ish, this is for you!

Cost:  $110             Featuring:  AGC House Band      Speaker:  Dr. Rev. Laird Crump

Registration information coming at:  https://www.facebook.com/events/268711560220921/

Jun
3
9:30 am09:30

Women's Ministry Brunch

Mark your calendars for the final brunch for this academic year.  Join us as we get to know each other more with the theme "Everybody has a story..." This brunch will be potluck.


Apr
22
3:00 pm15:00

125th Anniversary "Looking Back".....

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Come One, Come All on Saturday, April 22, 2017 to celebrate 125 Years of God's Glory at Philpott Memorial Church.  From 3:00 - 8:00 pm. You will have an opportunity to visit with friends (old and new), listen to guest speakers from Philpott's past, sing God's praises and enjoy a great meal.  This will be the first event for our 125th Anniversary and we can hardly wait to see YOU there!

 

 

 

Apr
16
10:45 am10:45

Easter Sunday

Sunday, April 16th Easter Sunday Service 10:45 a.m.

Nursery & The Hive open.  Activities provided for older children within the worship service. No Sunday School.

Apr
9
7:00 pm19:00

Sleep was Different: Vimy Centennial

Sunday, April 9, 7.00 p.m. in the Atrium. To commemorate the Vimy Centennial, Bryan Wylie will look at how artists & poets chronicled the tragic events of WW1, focusing on the particular role of the Battle of Vimy Ridge in art & poetry.

Registration required. A few seats are still available.  See Bryan in the Atrium Sunday, April 2 following the service or contact by 905-526-9828; or bdwylie@gmail.com

 

 

 

Apr
9
12:30 pm12:30

Footprints

Footprints…- brown bag lunch and sharing of Faith Stories.
Looking for an opportunity to get to know Philpott people a little better or have your unchurched friends learn about the difference following Jesus has made in the lives of his disciples?  Why not join us at “Foot prints.”  We will eat together (bring your own food, and a little extra) right after the service and then hear a story of how God has walked with his faithful in difficult or confusing times.

When: Sunday, Apr 9 from  12:30-2:00 p.m.
Where: the “Upper Room” 

Food: leave your food in the fridge of the Upper Room kitchen before the service (someone will watch it), or go get something at Jackson square  and join us.

For more info. contact Geoff Beatty: geoffsidy@gmail.com  or call: 289-775-1648

Apr
8
9:30 am09:30

Women's Worship Event

Women's Ministries is offering time and space on Saturday, April 8, from 9:30 - 11:00 a.m. to focus on scripture and music, and to participate together in prayer, reflection and sharing. Come at 9:30 for coffee & snacks in the Atrium. Please RSVP to Karen Barker, karenbarker47@live.ca.

Apr
1
7:00 pm19:00

Over18 Documentary Screening

Over18 Documentary - On Saturday, April 1st at 7pm, PMC will host a screening of this documentary made by local Christian filmmakers. Over18 will educate viewers about the pervasiveness of porn, and its many impacts on our culture. The film also offers help and hope for families and those struggling with porn. Because of the nature of Over18, this is an adults-only event, and no childcare will be available. Please invite unchurched family and friends to join in this crucial conversation. Refreshments and door prizes are available. For more info, please visit over18doc.com website or contact mileski.mike@gmail.com 

Mar
10
Mar 11

28 Hour Worship Burn

As a part of the 24-7 prayer that happens during and after the TrueCity festival, there will be a 28 hour worship burn hosted in The Vine.  This is a time where teams from churches around Hamilton will take shifts worshipping the Lord together.  A team from PMC will lead worship from 6pm-8pm on Saturday, March 11, but feel free to come at any time during the 28 hour event.  

More information at Burn 24-7 Hamilton

Mar
5
12:15 pm12:15

Christian Camp Fair

Christian Camp Fair – Sunday March 5th in the Atrium after morning worship.  Come and find out about what these camps have to offer:  Faith Havens Ministries, Circle Square Ranch, Cherith, MBC/Camp Widjiitiwin, Countryside, Joy Bible Camp and Guelph Bible Conference.

Mar
3
Mar 4

TrueCity Festival

“… celebrate a festival to me.” – Exodus 23:14

In Exodus 23, the Israelites of all the tribes are commanded to gather together before the Lord and celebrate regular festivals. In many ways, what we have called a “TrueCity Conference” for the past 12 years has already been quite festival-like, but this year we are making it official. On March 3rd and 4th, 2017 we will once again gather together at Philpott Memorial Church as the TrueCity network to celebrate what God is doing in the city , but this year it will be for the TrueCity Festival.

We want to keep much of what has been good and best about our yearly Conference, but let the relational, connecting, and celebration take centre stage. We intend to do more than simply “rebrand”, we want to create a time and space that builds on the strengths of the network we have created together.

On Friday evening we will start the Festival by welcoming Dr. John M. Perkins. Dr. Perkins is an author, mentor, activist, pastor who founded the Christian Community Development Association. He has inspired many of us and is the man Indwell’s Perkins Centre in East Hamilton is named for. We are deeply indebted to the leadership of Indwell and the generosity of an anonymous donor who are making it possible for us to have Dr. Perkins with us for the Festival.

On Saturday we will have a series of storytellers, worship sessions, activities, and more! Stay tuned for details.

 

Mar
1
6:00 pm18:00

Ash Wednesday Interactive Prayer service

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Adults and school-age children are welcome to join us for an interactive prayer experience designed to help us begin the Lent season.  The event will be self-paced, so feel free to arrive anytime between 6:00 pm and 8:30 pm.  

Feb
28
6:30 pm18:30

Refugee Settlement Planing Meeting

Artwork by Michah Bazant 

Artwork by Michah Bazant 

Our refugee project is moving forward!  Our application is at the visa office in Beirut, meaning our sponsored family will most likely arrive in Canada in the next few months.  This means it is time to begin preparing for their arrival.  If you are interested in helping with the settlement process, there will be a meeting to pray, plan, and build settlement teams on Tuesday, Feb. 28, at 6:30pm.