September 6th, 2020 10 a.m. Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Welcome: Don Blaak
Hymn: #300 Father, we love you
Psalm 119: 33-40 ~ Maria Bitter ~
Acts 17: 1-9 ~ Ken Gilbank ~
1 Thessalonians 1: 1-7 ~ Colleen Kouwenberg ~
Message: The Thessalonian Letters: The Beginning – The Gospel
The Rev. Thomas Kim
Hymn: #461 Be thou my vision (vv. 1-2, 4-5)
Prayers of dedication and intercession
Hymn:#670 Amazing grace (vv. 1-4, 6)
Benediction:The Rev. Thomas Kim
HELP AVAILABLE: If you are in need of any kind of help during the COVID-19 crisis, please contact Ken Gilbank at (604) 859-2356. He would love to help in any way that he can.
FACEMASKS AVAILABLE: If anyone would still like to pick up their FREE home-made facemask, and any additional ones for the price of $5.00 each, Heather Davis still has some left. They can be picked up at the church office during office hours. Thank you
ABBOTSFORD FOOD BANK: During the month of September, please drop off food bank items at the church during office hours. Carole Sookdeo will continue to pick up and deliver the items. Thank you for your support.
PRESBYTERIAN WORLD SERVICE & DEVELOPMENT: PWS&D have put out an appeal for much needed funds to help out the victims of the disaster in Beirut. If you would like to make a donation to this cause, please mark it as such on your offering envelope. Thank you.
TODAY DEVOTIONAL BOOKLETS: The September/October TODAY devotional booklets are available at the welcome centre in both regular and large print. Please drop in during church office hours if you would like to pick up a copy. Thank you.
**Please note that in person worship services will resume next Sunday, September 13th at 10 AM. The service will be live-streamed at the same time. Please check our website for more information.
CHURCH OFFICE CLOSED: The office will be closed this week from September 7th -11th, as Janet will be away on vacation. Regular office hours will resume on Wednesday, September 16th from 9am-12noon.
CHRISTMAS SHOEBOXES FOR SAMARITAN’S PURSE: Although it may seem early to think of Christmas Shoeboxes, this is the time of year to buy some items that fit the shoeboxes. Many of the boxes go to warm climates, and we can buy some items best in the summer. Particularly, these include flip-flops, sun hats, and bandanas. The dollar stores have these. Please purchase to fit children’s sizes for ages 5 to teens. If you want to purchase any quantity of these, you can give them to me to use in the boxes that I fill in the fall using donated funds. Thank you. Margaret Houtby