Services


10:30 a.m. WORSHIP SERVICE

We Gather in God’s Presence

Gathering songs: Youth Praise team

*Call to Worship

*Opening song: PH 452 He Leadeth Me

*God’s Greeting

*Time of Friendship 

We Receive God’s Grace

Song: Hosanna

Prayer of Confession

Responsive reading of the Law: PH 1013

Assurance of Pardon

Song: In Christ Alone

Children’s Message: Brad Lewin
Preschool children and Grades 1 & 2 are dismissed

We Hear God’s Word

Scripture: Luke 22:24-34, 54-62

Message: Radical Denial & Radical Healing

We Respond with Humble Gratitude

*Song of Response: Amazing Grace
Treasure Seekers (Grades 3 to 6) are dismissed

Congregational Prayer

Offering: General Fund & NADC Kenya Project

We Go Out to Serve

*God’s Blessing

*Doxology: PH 542:1,4 The Ends of All the Earth Shall Hear

4:00 p.m. WORSHIP SERVICE

WE EVENT

The theme for this event is The Amazing Love of God.

In this event we are reminded that through Jesus’ death and resurrection God fulfills his promise to save his people. We will end the event with an Easter Potluck. Please bring a favorite Easter dish that can be shared with others. The Fellowship Ministry Leadership team will bring dessert.

Next Sunday, April 13th 

We celebrate Palm Sunday as we welcome Christ our King. In the afternoon we see this Jesus setting our hearts free as we are given permission to worship him in Spirit and truth. Pastor Mike will lead our worship 

CHURCH OFFERINGS

Today’s offering is for the NADC Kenya Project. This Northern Alberta project has a committee based in Edmonton that is in regular contact with World Renew Kenya to identify projects that are specific, sustainable, and attainable. Currently the Kenya Project has committed to raising funds for a community health and food security program just south of Mount Kenya. This project began with "Stepping Stones" a program designed to help families and communities prevent or deal with HIV/AIDS. Working with World Renew Kenya and a local partner, the Anglican Church of Kenya, two coordinators have been trained, who will in turn, train local workers in many communities.

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