Christchurch, Pittsburgh, Quebec City, Charleston … the list of cities in which worshippers have been attacked just continues to grow. How do we respond to this? How do we hold the heartbreak, and how do we support those who must go to worship carrying some fear. Jesus actually spoke about a worshipping community that was attacked. We’ll explore what he had to say and turn to strong prayer and music to lift our souls in this strange and uncertain time. Russ Daye preaches, following the choir singing a movement from Randall Thompson’s ‘Peaceable Kingdom’. The sermon begins at 5:15. Following the sermon, Mostly Righteous’ Steve Tugwell sings Cockburns “Forty Years in the Wilderness.”
- Coffee Help Needed For Service
Are you able to assist? We invite two or three people to help prepare coffee before service and/or help clear away the coﬀee items after service, clean the carafes, wash the cups and put items away in the kitchen. Contact Thunder at the office at 902-405-3163 or by email to sign up to help on occasion.
- This Sunday: Friend, Enemy, Neighbour
We’ll be looking at the difference between the categories of friend, enemy and neighbor, and how the concept of neighbour might help us engage with others – especially those we have trouble with. The Mostly Righteous will lift us in song – oh yeah – get ready to be lifted. The coffee will be on, […]
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Click HERE to read this week’s newsletter (last updated Friday, September 17). Our weekly newsletter, delivered to your inbox on Fridays, is the place to get all the information about what’s happening in the St. Andrew’s community and first alert to any special announcements.
- This Sunday- Communion
This Sunday we celebrate communion. Let this ritual bring you back, to God and Christ, to mystery and tradition, to holy connection and holy welcome. Let it bring us back together. If you are joining us online, please have your own communion elements ready. Bread of Life, Cup of Salvation, Blessed Communion. […]
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