August 22, 2021 “Mess and Order: Be Still”

Rose Blatz, “Be Still”

We Gather Together to Worship God

Call to Worship

Let’s join Dianne H. as she welcomes us and calls us to worship together.

Songs of Praise

We Offer Our Lives to God


Thank you for your faithful giving!
Please continue this act of worship in support of the church’s ongoing ministries. You can send a cheque to the church office by mail, or you can give through an Access Credit Union branch or their online banking services (see the information here).

Community Life

For announcements related to our church community, please see the eBulletin emailed to those on the weekly email list. You can also stay updated by checking the church Facebook page and this website.

Congregational Prayer

This week in our prayers we especially remember to pray for:

  • Persons grieving the loss of loved ones, including our custodian, Wendy Store, in the loss, this past week, of her brother, James Strykiwsky. 
  • People feeling uncertain about the easing of pandemic restrictions – navigating what they are comfortable with, and what others might be comfortable with – with regard to masks, gathering, visiting, etc. May God grant wisdom and patience.
  • The people directly affected by wildfires, floods, the earthquake in Haiti, the change of government in Afghanistan, resulting in uncertainty and even panic.  
  • That “. . . other hearts, in other lands are beating with hopes and dreams as true and high as [ours].”  (from “This Is My Song” VT #710)

God, hear our prayers . . .

Let’s join together in a congregational prayer, led by Dianne H.

Prayer Song

We Listen to God’s Word

Children’s Feature

Sometimes we just have to slow down and listen…and maybe in that moment, we can know that God is with us, no matter what!
So take a deep breath, and listen/watch this:)

Pastor Kristy

Scripture Reading: 1 Kings 19:1–19

Dianne H. reads the scripture passages for us this morning.


Goldingay, John. 1 and 2 Kings for Everyone
Konkel, August H. 1 and 2 Kings (NIV Application Commentary)
Swindoll, Charles. Elijah: A Man of Heroism and Humility

Song of Response

We Are Sent with God’s Blessing


Please listen to the benediction below, by Dianne H.

Sending Song

In the Week Ahead

Check the church website and church Facebook page regularly for staying connected.

Songs: Jesus Calls Us (Text: John L. Bell (Scotland) and Graham Maule (Scotland); Music: Isle of Lewis traditional (Scotland); arr. John L. Bell; © 1989 WGRG, Iona Community (admin. GIA Publications, Inc.); Could It Be That God Is Singing (Text: Becca J. R. Lachman (USA), © 2004 Becca J. R. Lachman, rev. 2018; Music: Southern Harmony (USA), 1854; arr. Alice Parker (USA), © 2008 Alice Parker); Calm Me, Lord (Text: David Adam (Scotland), © SPCK; Music: Margaret Rizza (England), © 1998 Kevin Mayhew, Ltd. (admin. GIA Publications, Inc.); Be Still and Know (Text: Psalm 46:10; Music: anon.; arr. Jack Schrader, 1988, © 1989 Hope Publishing Company); As You Go Out from Here (Text: Hebrew traditional; Music: Israeli traditional)
CCLI # 491687 / One License # A-714686
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