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Order of Service for July 25, 2021

You can stream the service live HERE on Facebook or HERE on our website.  

Guest Preacher the Rev. Dr. Todd Statham (Elder Marion Hannaford)

The Rev. Dr. Todd Statham is a campus pastor at the University of British Columbia—Okanagan. A former missionary of the Presbyterian Church in Canada to Malawi, he currently receives support from the Presbytery of Kamloops for his chaplaincy work. He lives in Kelowna with his wife and three kids. 

Call to Worship (Psalm 117)

Praise the Lord, all you nations;
extol him, all you peoples!
For great is his love toward us,
and the faithfulness of the LORD endures forever.

Hymn: "How great thou art" (chorus after verse 2 &4) (Stuart Hine)

Opening Prayers  

Children's Story 

Choruses: "It's no longer I that liveth" (Ellis) & "In Christ alone" (Townend)

Scripture Lesson: Acts 8: 26-40

Sermon: "All the Right Questions: Sharing our Faith with Others"

Offering & Doxology

Prayers of the People (can be shared in comments of live feed)

Hymn: "Thine be the glory" (Budry/Handel/Butler-Moore/Hoyle)


BC Covid Update: Restrictions have been removed. Masks are recommended in indoor public settings for all people 12 and older who are not yet fully vaccinated. 
Bible Studies & Sunday School: Our Bible Studies and Sunday School classes are on summer break.
Birthdays & Anniversaries: Wynn McTaggart (July 25), Eden Dennis (July 30), Jordan Krog (July 31)
Pastoral Care: Pastor Steve will be taking a month of holidays followed by two weeks of study leave. He will be back in the office on August 31. Please speak to your elder if you have any pastoral concerns. 
Election of Elders: What does an elder do? Elders (also called “ruling elders”) play a key role in the life of the congregation. Through membership on Session, they work closely with the minister (also called the “teaching elder”) in oversight of the congregation, pastoral care, worship, Christian education, stewardship and mission, and in relations with Presbytery. Elders seek the will of God so they can lead the congregation in direction they believe Jesus would want 

Thought for the Day