WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
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 June 28, 2015
We approach God
Call to Worship – Psalm 103 v.1-5
*Hymn #467 “Praise, my soul, the God who crowns you”
Prayers of adoration and confession. Lord’s Prayer
*Assurance of pardon and passing of the peace
We listen to God’s word
Children’s time – Nathan Cherry
*Hymn #373 “Jesus loves me this I know”
Old Testament reading: Lamentations 3: 22-33 page 766
New Testament reading: Gospel of Mark 5:21-43 page 39
Sermon: “Do not fear, only believe”
Hymn #683 “I know not why such wondrous grace”
Offering, *Doxology and Prayer of Dedication
God sends us out into the world
* Hymn #746 “What a friend we have I Jesus”
*Charge and Benediction
*”Threefold Choral Amen”
* 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.
Mr. Victor Vaus, a student at the Presbyterian College, is leading our worship today.
Volunteers are needed for Westminster’s Day Camp.- a few supervisors, and people to provide snacks. The camp will be from August 17 to 21. Commitment can be from an hour to the whole week. See Nathan Cherry if you can help.
We ask that you do not wear perfume or after-shave lotion when you come to church, as there are people in the congregation who have an allergic reaction to the scent. Thank you for your understanding.
Mission Update: Responding to floods ion Malawi. Flooding in Malawi earlier this year destroyed homes and left many in need of shelter, food and other sanitation supplies—including toilets. The loss of latrines in a flood zone is a serious problem. When proper sanitation is no longer possible, the risk of contracting waterborne diseases such as diarrhea, malaria and even cholera increases significantly. Presbyterian World Service & Development, in collaboration with local partners and health workers in Malawi, is helping rebuilt 1,000 latrines. PWS&D will continue to work to reduce the risk of disease, improve sanitation and ensure that families affected by the flooding are able to continue to rebuild their lives.