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Holyrood Mennonite Church


Office: 9505 - 79 Street 466-3277 office@holyrood.mennonitechurch.ab.ca

Senior Pastor:

Werner De Jong

Cell:

237-3276

pastor@holyrood.mennonitechurch.ab.ca
 

 

 

Speaker: Pastor Werner

Worship Leader: Ed

Music: Gordon's Team

 
Greeters: Ruth, Guenther

Ushers: Dave, Garth

January 27, 2019

Welcome to Holyrood Mennonite Church

Sunday School ~ 9:30 am

Worship Service ~ 10:30 am

GATHERING

     Musical Prelude

     Welcome & Announcements

     Call to Worship

     Opening Prayer

PRAISING GOD

     Songs: STJ 9 - Come now is the time to worship

            CB 69 - I will enter His gates with Thanksgiving

Ppt - 10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord)

     Offering: STJ 8 - We are people on a journey

HEARING GOD'S WORD

     Children’s Feature: Joanne

Song: HWB 16 - God is here among us

     Scripture Reading: Psalm 100 (Page 630) ~ Tarnisha

     Meditation: "Rediscovering the Presence of God" ~ Pastor Werner

RESPONDING TO THE WORD

     Song: HWB 355 - Savior, like a shepherd lead us

     Benediction

     Postlude

FOR HOLYROOD

  • ALL ARE WELCOME to join us downstairs for a potluck lunch following the worship service. Werner and Joanne will be sharing about their experiences, as we celebrate their return from their Short Term Mission Assignment to Ethiopia.
  • Food Bank: Tuesday (29th) - Hosts: Doreen, Diane; Set up: Dave, Guenther
  • Council Meeting: Tuesday (29th) at 6:30 pm
  • Our next Communion service will be on February 10.
  • Helena Ball's cluster group is invited to a soup lunch on February 10 after church. Please see invitations in your mailbox.
  • On Feb 24 after church please plan to stay for a presentation based on the 20/20 visioning meeting that Helena attended with Mennonite Church Alberta. It will be about an hour so please bring a snack if you would like one.
  • Another CPI Learning Tour is leaving for Honduras on March 4. If you have an old working computer, with a minimum of an 80 gig hard drive , and you would like to give it a second life helping educate students in Honduras, call Dave Hubert (780-462-6234, dehubert@telus.net) or Gordon Baergen (780-953-2651, gbaergen@yahoo.com) We can use both desktops and laptops.
  • Mark your calendars: MCC Relief Sale and Bazaar happening in Coaldale May 31 & June 1. More details to come.

PRAYER REQUESTS

  • Please continue to pray for Ruth’s sister, Betty. She has finished her chemo treatments, and is feeling much better.
  • Pray for Ike and Millie to heal quickly from illness.
  • Pray for those who are searching for work.
  • Pray for health for Alma.
  • VISION 20/20 - A Season of Prayer: As we transition from Phase II to Phase III, we've been asked to pause and listen. Of what is God asking us to let go? Of what is God asking us to take hold? Pray for open minds - to really see all that is good and all that is challenging; open hearts - to listen to one another with humility; open wills - to really be, to surrender ourselves; open spirit - to really know deep in our bones that we are loved by God.
  • Please continue to remember and pray for our members who are no longer able to attend church on a regular basis: Ray and Ginnie Brubaker, Alma Burkholder, George Varghese.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Sunday, January 27, 7:00pm: An evening with Dr. Cheryl Bear at First Mennonite Church, 3650 – 91 Street NW. Stories and songs from an amazing Indigenous woman. To learn more about Cheryl visit her website https://cherylbear.com/about/
  • The Joy of Song: You are invited to a Mennonite-Catholic Hymn Sing on January 31, at 7 pm at St. Thomas More Parish (210 Haddow Close NW). Come and join the Mennonite and Catholic communities as we share songs that are part of each of our traditions. Refreshments will follow. Contact Kae Neufeld at neufeldkae@gmail.com or 780 434-1965.
  • Join us at First Mennonite Church Feb 9th at 6:30 for a trivia night which is a Camp Valaqua Fundraiser. All are welcome - Invite neighbours, friends, and relatives to join. Contact Kim Wiens to submit a team of 6-8, or if you need a team contact Kim Wiens and she will connect you with a team. Admission will be $20/person at the door and a donation will also be taken at the event. Please RVSP your team to Kim Wiens before hand (friesenwiens@gmail.com or 780-953-6924). This event will be running concurrently to one at Foothills in Calgary. Let's have some fun with this competition!
  • World Day of Prayer: The service in our zone will take place at Our Lady of Assumption Catholic Church, 9034 - 95 Ave on Friday, March 1 at 7 pm. The service “Come, everything is ready!” is written by the women of Slovenia. Refreshments and fellowship will follow in the Church Hall. Elevator at SE entrance. Due to LRT construction, please allow extra travel time. All are welcome.
  • Are you between the ages of 18-30, and looking to be challenged, and to learn, serve, and grow in your faith? MCC is seeking applicants for the Serving and Learning Together (SALT) program to serve for 11 months in a variety of assignments in Latin America, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East! mcccanada.ca/salt
  • The Mennonite Heritage Archives is partnering with Refuge 31 Films in their production of Volendam: Ship of Freedom. The film will tell the story of Mennonite Refugees who fled Europe after WWII. If you were on the ship during the February 1947 trip to Argentina (or your parent or relative was) and are interested in telling your story, Refuge 31 Films would like to interview you or your relative on camera. We are also interested in still photographs and film footage of the Volendam ship itself from that period, as well as the refugee camps in Germany. Contact: office@refuge31.com
  • Common Ground Treaty Walk - Between May 31 and June 14, 30 Indigenous, unionist and Church walkers will journey 320 kilometres from Edmonton (Treaty 6) to Calgary (Treaty 7). Stopping at a dozen sites to host public "Treaty Talks" (see www.treatytalk.com), the walk seeks to honour the sacred covenants of these lands and the call of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission for "sustained, public education and dialogue" on Treaties. Would you like to join? MC Canada is helping Indigenous colleagues and the Health Sciences Association of Alberta organize the Common Ground Treaty Walk and we have space for four core Mennonite walkers! If you are interested and available for 15 days, please email Steve Heinrichs (sheinrichs@mennonitechurch.ca), director of Indigenous-Settler Relations, for more details and a registration form. Please note that there will be no limit to "day-walker" participation; the more Mennonites, the better! Application deadline is end of January.

NEXT SUNDAY (3rd)

  • Speaker: Pastor Elizabeth
  • Worship Leader: Sue
  • Music Team: Ruth, Emily
  • Scripture Reader:
  • Children’s Feature: Ruth
  • Greeters: Doreen, Helena
  • Ushers: Eunice, Thomas
  • Food Bank (5th): Hosts: Ben, Pearl; Set-up: Dave, Guenther

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