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Services


10:30 a.m. WORSHIP SERVICE

We Gather in God’s Presence

Gathering songs: Praise team

*Welcome

*Call to Worship: Psalm 100 Litany

*God greets us and we greet one another

*Song: LUYH 859 10,000 Reasons

We Receive God’s Grace

Profession of Faith of: Pat Bouwman, Diana Hoekstra, Ryan Noort, Corinna Prins, Ryan Swier, Erin Vandenborn & Daniel Venhuis

Song of Thanksgiving: LUYH 578 Forever

Personal words, presentations & prayer

Song: Today

Celebration of the Lord’s Supper

Song during passing of the Bread & Wine: Behold the Lamb

Song of Praise: You Are My All in All
Preschool children are dismissed for Sunday school

We Hear God’s Word

Scripture: Philippians 1:12-18

Text: Philippians 1:12

Message: Living out the Good News of Christ

We Respond with Humble Gratitude

*Song of Response: LUYH 859 Be Thou My Vision

Congregational Prayer

Offerings: General Fund & NADC

Honduras Water Project

We Go Out to Serve

*God’s Blessing

*Doxology: LUYH 770 In Christ Alone

*Dana’s TNY class 

is asked to meet her downstairs after the morning service in the secretaries’ office.

4:00 p.m. WORSHIP SERVICE

WE EVENT

The theme for this event is the work of mission.

In this event we’ll celebrate the fact that God called Saul to bring the good news to the whole earth. We will end the event with an Intercontinental Potluck. Please bring an international food – main dish, salad or dessert that can be shared with others.

CHURCH OFFERINGS

Today’s offering is for the Honduras Water Project. The King’s University College has been partnered with World Renew (formerly CRWRC) the Northern Alberta Diaconal Conference, and Diaconia Nacional (Honduras) for over 19 years to make what people call The Honduras Water Project possible. This year the team has been invited through World Renew and Diaconía Nacional to the community of Azacualpa, El Triunfo, Choluteca. Azacualpa, specifically in the neighbourhood called Quebrada Honda (Deep Creek), already has a drilled well with the capacity of 60 gallons per minute. This source should satisfy the water needs of 42 families, which includes nearly 250 individuals, as well as the local elementary school. The families of Quebrada Honda toil daily to haul water from the well to their homes. Many hours are dedicated to this essential task each and every day. It is the children that suffer the most as they are often the ones in charge of this household chore. The extent of this project network is about 4 km.

Next week’s offering is for the

Crossroads Bible Institute.

Next Sunday, May 25th 

we have the privilege of installing office bearers to their positions in this church. After selecting the Deacons by lot, they along with the affirmed Elders and Youth Elder will be installed. In the afternoon we hear God giving us permission to love our neighbor. Pastor Mike will lead our worship.

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