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GCF - Easter and End of Term Celebration

Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 7pm on zoom
Contact to get the zoom link.

Happy Easter!

Each year, as Christians, we remember and retell the stories of Jesus’ passion, death and resurrection. We do this together to remind ourselves of the story we find ourselves in. This year, we again desperately need to be reminded of the resurrection, that life and hope and joy emerge in the midst of isolation, anxiety, sickness and death. So we will gather to celebrate our shared Easter story together.
Remembering and retelling are important spiritual practices, not only at Easter, but as rituals that help us know who we are as community.  At GCF, we have a tradition of ending the year in reflection, celebration, and gratitude. So this week we will remember the year we have had together since September. We'll recall some of the themes we've discussed, the members of our community who have shared their stories, the guests who have challenged and enriched us, and the joys and difficulties of meeting online this past season.
We’ll also talk on Thursday about what we’ll do together as we transition to Spring/Summer GCF. Come with ideas of what you’d like to do, and things you might like to lead over the next couple of months.
We hope you can join us on Thursday.

Easter Blessings,
Brenda and Carol

Connection Details: Contact to get the zoom link.
Thurs April 15 and 22
No formal GCF gatherings

Thurs April 29
Start of Spring/Summer GCF


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The Justice Conference - Global 2021 - May 22. Join thousands of passionate Christians from around the world for a deep-dive into the topic of Biblical Justice, looking at the movements of Jesus as a guide. You’ll hear from prominent keynotes and engage in breakout electives exploring some of the most relevant justice topics of our day and how we, as Christians and churches, can make biblical justice a way of life. Early bird Registration for live streaming and on-demand viewing. is $17.50US until April 14.

Work and Learning experiences

Applications are now open for the Cardus NextGEN Program for Faith and Public Leadership. Through this new program, Cardus is offering twelve NextGEN Fellowships each year for young leaders (ages 25-34) from across the country. Fellows take part in a year-long leadership development program focused on the resources and relevance of the Christian faith for vocation, leadership, public life and public policy. Fellowships are awarded on a competitive basis and include a $1,000 stipend. All transportation and accommodation expenses are paid. The application deadline is May 1. You can learn more here.  Apply or nominate a potential Fellow today. 

Christian Reformed Campus Ministries
(University of Toronto)
Graduate Christian Fellowship 
Thursdays, 7:00 pm
Wine Before Breakfast... After Dinner 
Tuesdays, 7:22 pm
Brenda Kronemeijer-Heyink <>
Carol Scovil   <>
Hana Suckstorff <>
Aileen Verdun <>
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