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Our offering today is for the Central Alberta Christian High School. CACHS strives for excellence through Christ as they transform education within a Christian community.

The next Sunday, August 19th, our offering will be for Friendship Ministries.Friendship Ministries is a not-for-profit organization that exists to help churches and organizations around the world share God’s love with people who have intellectual disabilities. Their mission is to provide resources that support faith formation and congregational inclusion for individuals with intellectual disabilities. Their vision is people with and without intellectual disabilities growing deeper in their relationship with God and with each other in community together.


We Gather in God’s Presence

*Gathering Songs: Selina Patterson


*Call to Worship

*God Greets Us & We Greet One Another

*Opening song: PH 542, LUYH 594 The Ends of All the Earth Shall Hear

We Celebrate God’s Grace

Confession of Sin

Assurance of Pardon

Song of Thanksgiving: LUYH 626 Cast Down, O God, the Idols

We Hear God’s Word

Scripture: 1 Kings 18:16-39

Message: Foreign gods in the Promised Land

We Respond with Humble Gratitude

*Song of Response: LUYH 9 The Mighty God with Power Speaks

Congregational Prayer

Offerings: General Fund & Central Alberta Christian High School

We Go Out to Serve

*God’s Blessing

*Parting Song: PH 547, LUYH 356 Fill Thou My Life, O Lord, My God

Food for Thought: 

In John 5:7 the lame man at the Pool of Bethesda told Jesus "I have no one to help me..." But Jesus knew about him, and had gone into the building, had seen him, and was ready to help Him. Having Jesus means having what you need.

Sunday, August 19th 

We will be looking at the connection between being a good steward and being a good priest. Do you often consider yourself as part of the priesthood? In 1 Peter 2:9, Peter calls the members of the church a royal priesthood which calls them to act in a way that demonstrates the marvellous light of God. Pastor Steve Berkenpas will lead us in worship. All are welcome!