This Sunday August 8, 2021, St. Andrew’s home worship returns, but with a twist. This week Rev. Read will be broadcasting our online services from St. Paul’s Carluke and Knox Binbrook to help out Rev. Nancy Mostert who had to take her vacation earlier than planned.
Family Worship Video: “Jesus Blesses and Warns” (Available at 8:30am)
Connect to the 11:00am Knox Binbrook Livestream https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbBMApD5T-sZPwti_WFp2Kg
Order of Service
Opening Song: Blessed Be Your Name
Welcome and Announcements
Call to Worship – Psalm 1
Scriptures: Isaiah 30:18-21 & Luke 6:17-26
Message: “Choosing the Way”
Closing Prayers & The Lord’s Prayer
Closing song: Great is Thy Faithfulness #324
A recorded version of the 9:30am service from St. Paul’s Carluke will be available on our YouTube Channel early Sunday afternoon and posted to this page.
Those without internet access are also welcome to drive to St. Paul’s and tune into their radio service. Unfortunately, their in-building service is limited to 25 people, but there is plenty of room in their parking lot. 526 Carluke Rd W, Ancaster, ON L9G 3L1.
- Online Worship for August 22: We will be back to our usual 10:30am worship time for what will (hopefully) be our last online only Sunday. This will be a special joint service with Knox Presbyterian Church in Waterdown and Family Church of Heritage Green. Worship will be led by myself, Rev. Grant Vissers, and Rev. Alex Douglas and feature music from all three churches. With our churches still worshipping online only it seemed like a great opportunity to work together as we get ready to return to in-person services.
- Update on Reopening St. Andrew’s: We will be returning to in-person worship on Sunday August 22 as planned. The Reopening Team has reviewed the public health situation and feels that we are safe to reopen. Session will meet this coming Tuesday August 10 to approve health and safety procedures for our in-person services. Expect full details by next Thursday.
- Summer Mission Focus: This summer the Mission Team is encouraging our St. Andrew’s Church Family to support the Kenora Fellowship Centre. The Centre is a ministry of the Presbyterian Church in Canada (PCC) that supports Indigenous people in the Kenora area, which was home to one of the two Residential Schools operated by the PCC after 1925. Ministries like the Kenora Fellowship Centre are part of our commitment to Reconciliation and repairing the harm done by the Residential Schools. You can learn more and donate directly here: https://fellowshipcentre.wixsite.com/kenora