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Our offering today is for support for World Renew – World Hunger. 

Families in many parts of the world are working hard to break barriers that have kept them in a cycle of poverty and hunger.

Next Sunday, November 11th, our offering will be for Back to God Ministries International. 

At BTGMI, the deepest desire is to see God’s Word change the hearts and lives of people around the globe. Their mission is to proclaim the Gospel, disciple believers, and strengthen the church. Geography, poor educational systems, and religious persecution can make hearing the Gospel a challenge. Through media, technology, and our indigenous ministry teams, BTGMI is helping to overcome that challenge.


We Gather in God’s Presence Gathering Songs: Ina Jackson


*Call to Worship: Colossians 1:15-18

*God Greets Us & We Greet One Another

*Opening song: LUYH 532 Be Still, for the Presence

We Celebrate God’s Grace

World Hunger Sunday Litany:

Celebrate Abundant Life in Jesus

Song of Thanksgiving: LUYH 69 My Soul Cries Out with a Joyful Shout

Children’s Message: Terry Vandenborn
Preschool children & Grades 1-2 are dismissed

Song of Approach: LUYH 859 Be Thou My Vision

We Hear God’s Word

Scripture: Colossians 2:8-9, 4:2-4

Message: Devoted to Prayer

We Respond with Humble Gratitude

*Song of Response: You Are My All in All
Treasure Seekers (Grades 3-6) are dismissed

Congregational Prayer

Offering: World Renew – World Hunger

We Go Out to Serve

*God’s Blessing

*Parting Song: LUYH 770 In Christ Alone

Next Sunday, November 11th 

Is the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church as well as Remembrance Day. We welcome Pastor Bryan Lanting from Calgary, as he leads us in worship. All are welcome! 

Food for Thought: 

Have you heard God calling you? It doesn't matter what age you are: 3, 13, 23, or older..."Come to Me...." He says. When you are tired, afraid, frustrated, unsure, stressed, depressed, when you feel like crying, dying, or fighting...or giving up. "Come to Me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest." Matthew 11:28