August 15, 2021, 10 a.m. Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost
Prelude: Veronika Klassen
Welcome: Sharing the congregational life
Call to worship
* Hymn: Holy, holy, holy #623
Prayers of confession
Assurance of God’s grace
Story time: The Rev. Ron Tiessen
Musical interlude Family Worship Sunday
Responsive reading: Psalm 145: 1-9 (NRSV) – Don Blaak
Psalm O Lord, thou art my God and King #103
New Testament reading: Romans 7: 15-25 – Jo-Ann Kiss
Gospel reading: Matthew 11: 16-19, 25-30
Message: Come, Take, Learn and Rest
The Rev. Ron Tiessen
* Hymn: I heard the voice of Jesus say #671
Prayers of the people
followed by the Lord’s Prayer (in unison) [sins / sin against us]
Offering – Offertory
* Doxology – Prayer All praise and thanks to God
* Hymn: Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go #652
* Benediction: Three-fold amen #780
Postlude: Veronika Klassen
*Please stand in body or in spirit
CHURCH DIRECTORY: To keep the Calvin Church Directory up to date, please advise Janet in the office of any changes to your address, phone number or email address. Thank you for your cooperation.
PRESBYTERIAN CONNECTION: The summer issue of the Presbyterian Connection Newspaper is available at the welcome centre in the Gathering Space. Please feel free to take a copy. Thank you.
Seniors Connect Steering Committee: Tuesday at 11:00 am, Gathering Space
Friends and Coffee Social: Wednesday at 10:00 am, Fireside Lounge
ABBOTSFORD FOOD BANK: Please continue to bring in your food bank donations. Ken Gilbank will do the next pick up on Friday, August 27th. Thank you.
THE SUNDAY COFFEE TEAM: The schedule for August 2021-August 2022 is now available. Please pick up your copy.
FLOWER CALENDAR 2021: Please consider signing the Flower Calendar to supply flowers for a Sunday Service. You can bring flowers yourself, or one of the committee members will do this for you for $25.00 (cash). Please put the money in an envelope and give it to a committee member or leave it in the church office. A receipt for this amount will be given, in your name, to the Church Treasurer.
Committee (Marilyn Ingram, Patti Hougen)
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