Home Worship – Sunday September 26, 2021

This Sunday September 26 we continue to worship in-person and online. We can safely accommodate up to 40 people in the church sanctuary at our usual time of 10:30am. For the time being we won’t be requiring you to RSVP before attending.

See the ‘News’ section below for changes to our in-person worship service that will take effect on Sunday October 3. For current worship guidelines (such as requirements for masks and physical distancing) please go to: https://standrews.ws/2021/08/13/in-person-worship/

The online service will premier on YouTube at 10:30am and will be available any time afterward.


Family Worship: The Lord Protects Premiers at 8:30am

Online Worship Service Premiers at 10:30am

Call to Worship – Psalm 81:1-7, 10

Opening Prayer

Hymn: “Praise to the Lord, the Almighty” #321

Old Testament Reading – Exodus 11 & 12 (selected)

Gospel Reading – Luke 22:14-20

Message – “The Gospel of Freedom: Justice and Mercy”

Song: “Your Love Defends Me”

We Respond to God’s Generosity

Closing Prayers & Blessing


    • Changes to In-Person Worship: There will be some significant updates to our in-person worship service starting on Sunday October 3. Full information can be found here: https://standrews.ws/2021/09/26/updates-to-in-person-worship/
      1. Vaccination will be required to attend in-person worship for all persons 12 years of age and over. We will be asking for proof of a 2nd dose of a COVID vaccine the first time you come to worship on or after this date, and then keep a record of who is fully vaccinated. We are happy to assist anyone in getting a copy of their vaccination receipt.
      2. Live Vocal Music Will Be Reintroduced
      3. Communion Will be Reintroduced and continue on a monthly basis.
    • September 30 is the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation: This Thursday marks the first observance of this day as a federal statutory holiday. You can mark the day by wearing something orange. To learn more about how the Presbyterian Church in Canada has approached Healing and Reconciliation with Canada’s Indigenous Peoples go here: https://presbyterian.ca/justice/social-action/indigenous-justice/