What do we live for?
Where do we come from? Where are we going? Why are we here? What is the purpose of life? Important questions. Many people have asked these questions. Many are still wondering what the answers are. And probably in the future these questions will continue to be asked.
God teaches us in the Bible what the answer is. Are we willing to listen to Him?
The Reading Room can help you find answers in the Bible. You are invited to visit us during our opening hours, or to come in for our Group Bible Study on Wednesday nights.
Coming Wednesday, April 27, we hope to learn from the Bible the answer to the first question: Where do we come from? We will use article 12 of the Belgic Confession as our starting point and guide to study the Bible about this topic.
You are invited to come and join us for this Bible Study on Wednesday, April 27, starting at 8:00 pm in The Reading Room, 5272 Grimmer Street in Burnaby.
Welcome in The Reading Room
We invite you to take some time to browse this website.
Here you can find more information about what The Reading Room is, and about our activities. If you want to see what is going on in The Reading Room this week, please go to this page: This Week in The Reading Room
The Reading Room is established to help you find answers to important questions in life.
- What is the purpose of life?
- Why is there so much suffering in the world?
- Is there more in this life than we can see?
- How can I get eternal life?
- …. and more
The Reading Room is a place where you can find a lot of information about:
- Christian Religion;
- God and Jesus Christ;
- Faith, death and life;
- the Christian Church.
But also more specific questions, for instance about:
- the Reformation;
- Calvinism and the Five Points of Calvinism;
- the Covenant of God with mankind;
- Covenant and Infant baptism;
- What are the differences between all those churches?
- and much more …
If you have any questions, feel free to come in at 5272 Grimmer Street in Burnaby, and we
will help you to find answers to your questions. We have a lot of literature available to help you in your research, or if you prefer to talk to a volunteer, you can do so as well.
We are open:
Monday to Friday : 2 pm to 7 pm
Saturday: noon to 5 pm
We are closed on Sundays and official holidays.
If you prefer to communicate with us online, please browse the pages of this website or send us an email at question@TheReadingRoom.info . We have a FAQ page, where over time we will try to answer the questions we receive.
We hope you enjoy visiting this website and maybe we will see you in The Reading Room.