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Beginning July 5 our church service will be open to the public.

The service will also be streamed online here.

Please be advised that the service will include singing, which is regarded as a higher risk activity with regards to the spread of Covid-19. All who wish to sing (other than our Minister, Music Director and song leaders in the front row) are asked to wear a facemask for the duration of the service.

Guest Preacher

After a 10-year career in real estate law, and a 4-year stopover at Fuller Seminary in Pasadena, CA, Harold Wiest and his wife Charlene moved to Dawson Creek to begin ministry in the PCC. A 14-year ministry in Dawson Creek where their 3 boys were born was followed by a 14-year ministry here at St. Andrew's. In his retirement, Harold has published a 710-page book and enjoys his 2 grandchildren, gardening, hunting and fishing.

Order of Service for August 9, 2020
Call to Worship (Psalm 32, 2 Corinthians 5)

As the deer pants for streams of water,
So my soul pants for you, O God.
My soul thirsts for God, for the living God.
When can I meet with God?
Why are you downcast, O my soul?
Why so disturbed within me?
Put your hope in God,
For I will yet praise him, my Saviour and my God.

Opening Prayers  

Hymn: #313 "Oh Worship The King"  (vs 1,2,4) tune: Lyons

Children's Story 

Chorus: #689 "Simply Trusting" (1,3,4)

Scripture Lesson: Psalm 77:1-15; Matthew 14:22-33

Sermon: "When In Doubt ..." John 20:24-31

Hymn: #497 "Word of God Across the Ages"

Offering & Doxology

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


  • Gone Fishing: Pastor Steve is on holiday until September 1. Pastoral concerns can be shared with your elder.
  • Congregational Singing: You are asked to wear a mask while singing (front row and Music Director excepted). If you find singing with a cloth mask difficult we encourage you to experiment with a paper mask. Those who are not masked can hum!
  • Communion: We will be celebrating communion on Sunday, September 6. Those attending on-site will be provided with a prepackaged communion wafer/juice set as we did in July. Those joining us at home are invited to prepare for this service with their own bread and juice. Those who plan to be on-site are asked to preregister at the door or by emailing Pastor Steve prior to Communion Sunday as the numbers will be restricted to a maximum of 50.
  • Birthdays/Anniversaries: Katie August 10, Trevor August 10, Emma August 15.

Thought for the Day