The Service for July 11, 2021

Hello everyone. Yes, we are back “in church,” and holding “in person services” again. Do note that we are still required to wear masks at all time while inside, we are required to remain physically distant, and we cannot yet sing during worship. That being said, we can gather, and it’s amazing how, if weContinue reading “The Service for July 11, 2021”

Worship for June 27, 2021

Hello everyone! Welcome to worship. A quick announcement. We might be able to gather this coming Sunday (July 4, 2021) for in-person worship at Grace and Zion churches, but this decision has not yet been made. It depends on the decision of the Provincial government on whether to move to “Phase Three” of the re-openingContinue reading “Worship for June 27, 2021”

Worship for June 20, 2021

Hello everyone! Welcome to worship. Yes, we are still worshipping on-line, for now. No date has been set for when we will be gathering for in-person services (we have decided to wait until the Province goes to “Stage 3”), but we can see light at the end of the tunnel. In the mean time, weContinue reading “Worship for June 20, 2021”

Worship for June 6, 2021

Welcome to worship. This has been a difficult week. We are still overwhelmed by the news from Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc (known by Settlers as Kamloops, British Columbia). What should also overwhelm us is the fact that much of this damage was done by the church. In the name of Jesus. That’s how we justified it,Continue reading “Worship for June 6, 2021”

Worship for May 9, 2021

Hello everyone. The provincial government has extended the current Covid lock-down through the end of May, so we will be worshipping virtually at least that long. Fortunately, we had planned on doing that this week anyway! Therefore, below is a link to the video which has been prepared for your use, your prayer, your reflection,Continue reading “Worship for May 9, 2021”

Worship for Sunday, March 21

Hello everyone. Below is a modified version of the liturgy we used on Sunday morning, our last Sunday in the Lenten season. I’ll be honest: It’s a bit pointed. But, let’s also be honest about the context: It was a pretty brutal week in some places, and we need to confront that. May God openContinue reading “Worship for Sunday, March 21”