“The kingdom of God is as if a person would scatter seed on the ground, and would sleep and rise night and day, and the seed would sprout and grow and the sower does not know how.”
—Mark 4

Curled up inside the smallest seed is the potential for future growth of life, nourishment and beauty. Jesus uses seeds when he speaks of the mysterious potential of the reign of God to grow among us in life-giving ways from even the smallest things. Actions, words, decisions, gifts, and ministries plant seeds that, unbeknownst to us, will grow and bear fruit in ways we could never ask for or imagine.

Is there a community garden or Canadian Foodgrains project associated with your ministry? Is a new generation of young people being nurtured by a creative ministry you participate in? Is there a flower growing from the stonework of your worship space that evokes God’s unexpected grace and power? Is there an image of the Lord’s Table set with bread and wine made from the fruit of the field that testifies to God’s presence?

We are asking for high-resolution photos taken horizontally (not portrait but rather landscape) for use in the 2025 calendar, the newspaper and other resources. The photos should depict how we, in the PCC, see the reign of God growing in the world as seeds of hope and potential.

Click on the link below to send your photos and a description. If you’d like your photos to be considered for the 2025 Wall Calendar, please send them by the end of March 2024.


Malawi market

Two people in garden

Morningside-High Park community garden

Circular stone labyrinth in garden