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Our offering today is for the Edmonton Native Healing Centre. Their goal is to journey alongside the urban Aboriginal population reconnecting people to culture and ceremony. They firmly believe that our world belongs to God the Creator and through this window of opportunity are able to show and teach that the ceremonies of old can be redeemed in Christ. By presenting Christ as the center of our culture and ceremonies new life is breathed into our old ways.

From the Deacons: Today is the day to return your Central Alberta Pregnancy Care Centre baby bottles or envelopes with the money you have collected over the past month.

Next Sunday we will take an offering for the Office of Social Justice. The Office of Social Justice works to develop a deeper understanding of and response to God’s call to let justice flow like a river in both our personal and communal lives, as well as in the structures of our societies.


God’s People Gather

Gathering Songs: Worship team


*World Refugee Day Prayer

*Call to Worship

*God Greets Us & We Greet Each Other

*Song of Praise: PH 267 LUYH 695 And Can It Be

Celebration of the Lord’s Supper

Institution of the Lord’s Supper

Song of Approach: All Who Are Thirsty

The Celebration

Song of Thanksgiving: Here is Love

Children’s Message: Wayne Bouwman
Preschool children are dismissed for Sunday school

Song of Approach: Lord, Be Glorified

God Speaks to Us

Scripture: Acts 2:41-47

Message: The Devoted Church

God’s People Respond with Gratitude

*Song of Response: PH 239 LUYH 511 Amid the Thronging Worshippers

Congregational Prayer

Offerings: General Fund & Edmonton Native Healing Centre

We Leave to Serve


*Parting Song: LUYH 69 My Soul Cries Out with a Joyful Shout

Next Sunday, June 25th

We welcome Pastor Jeremy Vandermeer from Centrepointe CRC in Edmonton as he leads us in worship.

A potluck soup and bun lunch has been organized for next Sunday, June 25th after the morning service. Please bring a pan of soup OR prepared buns and dessert. Everyone is welcome.

Food for Thought:

"Prayer and praise are the oars by which a man may row his boat into the deep waters of the knowledge of Christ." Charles Spurgeon