Order of Worship


13,140 Monk Blvd., Pierrefonds QC H8Z 1T6

Phone 514-626-2982 website: www.wpcmtl.ca

Interim Moderator: Rev. Dr. Dan Shute

Music Director: Mr. Chris Tauchner   cell 514-791-5397

Children &Youth Ministries Coordinator:

Mr. Nathan Cherry     tel. 450-424-8313


10:30 a.m.                  ORDER OF SERVICE            March 1, 2015  

Second Sunday in Lent


We approach God    

Call to Worship

* Opening hymn #11 “The Lord’s my Shepherd”

Prayers of adoration and confession. Lord’s prayer.

*Assurance of forgiveness and passing of the peace


We listen to Gods word

            Children’s time – Nathan Cherry

Old Testament: Exodus 20: 1-20 page 66

*Hymn #472 “ We are God’s people”

New Testament: Romans 13   page 162

Sermon “The Ten Commandments”

We respond

            *Hymn #497 “Word of God, across the ages”

Offering, *Doxology and Prayer of Dedication

Pastoral Prayer

God sends us out into the world

* Hymn #374 “Oh for a thousand tongues to sing”

*Charge and Benediction

*”Go now in peace”


   * congregation standing







Welcome to everyone worshipping with us this morning. Visitors are encouraged to make themselves known to those around them and to sign the guest book in the vestibule.   All are invited to remain for tea, coffee and conversation following the service.


Welcome back to Mr. Bart Alerxander, leading us in worship. Next Sunday our Interim Moderator, Rev. Dr. Dan Shute, will lead our service.


Montreal Presbyterial Women’s Missionary Society is having it Annual Meeting on Saturday, March 7th at Kensington Presbyterian Church. See bulletin board for details.


Kids Club and Tobogganing on Saturday, March 14. Children from the ages of 4-12 are welcome to join. If you are interested in volunteering please speak to Nathan.


Mission Update: Experiencing God’s transforming love.  The Presbyterian Church of East Africa’s Theological Education by Extension program in Kenya provides practical, interactive theological courses to help lay leaders understand scripture, apply it to their context and put it into practice. The course is also offered to prisoners who are eager to learn about God and turn their lives around. Joseph Wanyama, who is serving a life sentence for robbery, was one of the first inmates to enroll in the course at Kingongo. Joseph shares, “This course has both liberated and transformed me. I now feel freer inside this prison than I felt before I was imprisoned. I am happy that I can now understand God from my own perspective.” Presbyterians Sharing helps people like Joseph experience God’s transforming love.