Sunday, November 11, 10:00am
1 Kgs 17:8-16; Ps 146; Heb 9:24-28; Mark 12:38-44
Out of Their All ~ Rev Brian Perron
A Day of Remembrance; The Bells of Peace
But we will praise these godly people, whose righteous deeds have never been forgotten. Their reputations will be passed on to their descendants, and this will be their inheritance. Their bodies were laid to rest, but their reputations will live forever. Sirach 44
Jesus points out to his followers the contrast of giving from an abundance to the giving from our all. The widow gave from all she had to the treasury of the church, a few coins, almost lost in the excess of others. But the profusion of her heart was the greatest gift. And the widow of Zarephath whose heart was moved in obedience realized her storehouse of oil and grain would flow on until the coming of the rain. This Sunday of remembrance, call to mind and heart those who have given their all; through faith and love seeking peace. Allow your all, placed in God’s hands to be transformed into the abundance of the Lord.
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Worship is participatory with the congregation engaging in singing hymns, saying prayers, and taking communion. All are welcome, regardless of faith, creed, language, gender, disability, sexual orientation, age. We are family-friendly, and your children may either remain with you during services or you may take advantage of our Sunday School programme.
Dimanches, fêtes principals, les jours saints
Le culte est participatif avec la Congrégation s’engageant en chantant des hymnes, dire des prières et prendre la communion. Tous sont les bienvenus, quelle que soit la foi, croyance, langue, sexe, handicap, orientation sexuelle, l’âge. Nous sommes favorables à la famille et vos enfants peuvent soit rester avec vous pendant les services, ou vous pouvez profiter de notre programme Catéchese pour enfants