We pause during this series on the Lord’s Prayer to consider the dimension of praying for others. It is something Christ did and does. It is something Christians do. But why?
As we explore the experience and effect of intercessory prayer, we will celebrate the Lord’s Supper. If you will be part of the congregation online, prepare some bread and a cup and join in this sacrament of Holy Communion, together in Christ with each other and with our God. If you are able to be part of the congregation in the sanctuary, you can bring your own bread and juice, or receive a packaged personal unit as you enter.
The doors will be open and our service of worship will begin at 10:30 a.m. (Please see the post under ‘Special Events’ in the column to the right for the protocols and shape of the service). The service will also be live-streamed, active just after 10:20 a.m. with organ music for meditation, commencing with the Entry of the Scriptures at 10:30 a.m., found at https://youtu.be/IgbOHtc_Juk
The Order of Service, music notes and announcements can be found at the end of this post.
Once the service has ended, a recording will be available on our channel shortly after the live-streaming has ended – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzEy41z3sqfRm8X_lLfKGUA
Free parking is available Sunday mornings in the surface civic lot off Queen Street behind St. Andrew’s, and on the streets of the neighbourhood – please note that time-of-day restrictions north of Queen are not enforced on Sundays. For accessible entrance to the sanctuary, please use the ramp by the western-most door along Princess Street.