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God’s People Gather

Gathering Songs: Worship team


*God Greets Us & We Greet Each Other

*Opening Song: LUYH 766 Lord, We Hear Your Word with Gladness

We Receive God’s Grace

Mission to Uganda presentation – Diana Boot

Song: Hope of the Nations

Children’s Message: Wayne Bouwman
Preschool children & Grades 1-2 are dismissed

Song: Thy Word

God Speaks to Us

Scripture: Acts 5:17-42

Text: Acts 2:42

Message: Devoted to the Teaching

God’s People Respond with Gratitude

Song of Response: LUYH 762 Ancient Words
Treasure Seekers (Grades 3-6) are dismissed

Congregational Prayer

Offerings: General Fund & Shalom Counseling

Offertory: LUYH 761 I Will Hide Your Word Inside My Heart

We Leave to Serve

*God’s Blessing

*Parting Song: LUYH 755 Speak, O Lord

A potluck soup and bun lunch 

Has been organized for today after the morning service. Diana Boot, our new missionary will join us so that you will have a chance to meet with her! Please bring a pan of soup or prepared buns and dessert. Everyone is welcome!

Next Sunday, January 22nd

We see how the church that Jesus is building is “Devoted to the Fellowship of Believers.” We read from 1 John 1. Pastor Mike will lead our worship.


Today we bring our offerings for Shalom Counseling in Red Deer.Motivated by Christian love and working collaboratively, Shalom provides to all who seek the services: Quality Christian Counselling for emotional & relational concerns, Family Life & Wellness Education for the community and training & encouragement for caregivers.

Next week our church will take an offering for the Lacombe Community Refugee Effort. The Al Omar family, Bashar, Naema, Gahzeye, Jouliet, Ibrahim & Mohamad have been in Canada for almost 7 months. They are learning English and the children are attending school in Lacombe. Bashar has been working at the Van Stryland farm and Naema has canned & frozen vegetables and fruit to help the family. They are experiencing their first winter here – lots of snow & cold! They are determined to work hard to become productive citizens of their new country but they do still require help from the local Refugee Effort. Please keep them in your prayers – your support in any way is much appreciated!