The flagship activity for the large West Highland community of people better than 50 years of age is JOY Fellowship.
To encourage mature adults to be actively involved, learning, smiling, and serving.
The program varies each month, with topics ranging from the light-hearted to health issues, to safety and practical living, just to name a few. We have a mid-morning coffee break plus a wonderful lunch meal at noon.
We average about 120 people at our gatherings and you will always be warmly received by this very friendly group!
We meet on the 3rd Thursday of each month.
Dr. Grant Gordon was born in Windsor, Ontario. He has a post-graduate degrees from Gordon-Conwell Seminary (near Boston) and from Princeton Theological Seminary (M.Th; Doctor of Ministry).
He served 25 years as a Baptist pastor; 12 years on faculty of Tyndale Theological Seminary, Toronto; and 15 years as a transitional pastor in guiding churches in five denominations.
His wife (of 51 years) Margaret is now retired from serving as Chaplain of Southlake Regional Hospital in Newmarket. Their two daughters and son are married. They have seven grandchildren.
Presently, he and his wife serve part-time overseeing the seniors’ ministry at Springvale Baptist Church, Stouffville.
He is a specialist in 18th century church history, especially on the life and ministry of John Newton (who wrote “Amazing Grace”). He has published two books on the life and ministry of John Newton and is working on his third.
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