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        April 12, 2015



We approach God    

Responsive Call to Worship: Psalm 105:4-6 NRSV

L: Seek the Lord and his strength,

C: seek his presence continually.

L: Remember the wonderful works he has done,

C: his miracles, and the judgments he has uttered,

L:  O, offspring of his servant Abraham

C: children of Jacob, his chosen ones.

* Hymn  #65 “All people that on earth do dwell”

Prayers of adoration and confession.  Lord’s Prayer.

*Assurance of forgiveness and passing of the peace


We listen to Gods word

            Children’s time – Ivan Boivin

*Children’song #731 “Shalom chaverim”

Scripture: John 8: 31-59   page 101

Sermon “He is the father of lies”

            Meditative song #294 “Hallelujah”

Offering, *Doxology and Prayer of Dedication

Pastoral Prayer

God sends us out into the world

* Hymn #331  “The God of Abraham praise” vv1.-4

*Charge and Benediction

*” Go now in peace” (inside back cover of hymn book)


   * 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.


Our Interim Moderator, Rev. Dr. Dan Shute, is leading the worship service today.


Next Sunday we will celebrate Holy Communion.


Mission Update: Being present with people.   The Reverends John Wyminga and Shannon Bell-Wyminga find that it is often in the unplanned, informal times that God works most effectively in Cariboo Ministry’s Nazko and Area Dakelh Outreach.  At a recent anniversary celebration, John and Shannon experienced many opportunities to share and pray with people who told stories of grief, spiritual concerns and thankfulness.  Shannon shares, ‘No church building in sight, no formal worship or organized programs.  We were just present with people.  Our presence is a reminder that there is a Creator out there who cares for them and wants a relationship with them.”  Gifts to Presbyterians Sharing support this ministry in British Columbia’s remote Cariboo region.