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Sunday, April 5th 

Worship From Home Order of Worship

View the April 5th Bulletin.

Is the fifth Sunday of Lent. We will continue our Lenten series by reflecting on Leviticus 23:33-44 and John 7:37-43, The Feast of Tabernacles. It’s also Palm Sunday. The Feast of Tabernacles remembers the time Israel spent in the wilderness in temporary dwellings. When you journey or wander through the wilderness, especially for 40 years, thirst is a constant companion and Israel needed to depend on God to provide enough water for the entire nation every day of those 40 years! In the New Testament, Jesus invited anyone who is thirsty to come to him and drink, implying to the people at the festival, that he is from God who satisfied the thirst of their ancestors, but Jesus will provide generously: rivers of living water.

Good Friday

April 10th we will be remembering Jesus’ journey to the cross, on our behalf. Join us as we remember the cost of the free grace that we receive from God.

Sunday, April 12th is Easter Sunday.

The church’s historical greeting on this day is: Christ is Risen, He is Risen Indeed! We will be reflecting on Matthew 28:1-10, He is Risen, Just as He Said. After Jesus’ crucifixion, the Jewish rulers were still afraid, afraid that something unexpected might happen to Jesus’ body. Since they knew about Jesus’ claim that he will rise again in three days, they persuaded Pilate to post guards on Jesus’ tomb. As the saying goes, you can’t keep a good man down. This is especially true if he’s the Son of God who has taken the sin of the world to the grave with him. What a great reason for rejoicing!

Worship service CANCELLATION until further notice.

The World Health Organization has declared the present COVID-19 situation as a pandemic on March 11/20.  The governments of Canada and Alberta have since emphasized the severity of this pandemic and are asking us as citizens to take aggressive action to limit the spread of this virus.

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