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COVID Prayer Vigil

Our friends in the local Anglican Diocese have issued a call to prayer for this Saturday, November 28, on the eve of the Advent season. This is a call to prayer related to the pandemic that we are currently facing … Continue reading

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November 15, 2020: “Save Your Servant Who Trusts in You!”

Preparing for Worship In our second Fall worship series we are looking to the ancient prayer book of God’s people, the Psalms, to see what we can learn about prayer, about God, about ourselves, about praying both as individuals and … Continue reading

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November 8, 2020: “Your Steadfast Love is Better Than Life”

Preparing for Worship In our second Fall worship series we are looking to the ancient prayer book of God’s people, the Psalms, to see what we can learn about prayer, about God, about ourselves, about praying both as individuals and … Continue reading

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November 1, 2020: “Why So Downcast, O My Soul?”

Preparing for Worship In our second Fall worship series we are looking to the ancient prayer book of God’s people, the Psalms, to see what we can learn about prayer, about God, about ourselves, about praying both as individuals and … Continue reading

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October 25, 2020: “Who May Ascend God’s Holy Hill?”

Preparing for Worship In our second Fall worship series we are looking to the ancient prayer book of God’s people, the Psalms, to see what we can learn about prayer, about God, about ourselves, about praying both as individuals and … Continue reading

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June 21, 2020: “Waiting on God”

Preparing for Worship Today is Father’s Day. Although this is not a church holiday, as a church we normally do acknowledge those in our lives who fulfill a fatherly role for us. This includes biological fathers and fathers through adoption … Continue reading

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“Lament, Gratitude, and Trust”: A video message from Pastor Michael

The Psalms point us to some spiritual practices that are good for us in these days of physical distancing and other restrictions. Lament: naming our losses, disappointments, hurts, and fears before God. Gratitude: stating what we’re thankful for to God. … Continue reading

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A Morden Mennonite Quarantine Playlist

Dear Morden Mennonite Church family, To paraphrase the Apostle Paul in Colossians 2:5, “Though we are absent in body, yet we are together in spirit, and I rejoice to see your morale and the firmness of your faith in Christ.” … Continue reading

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“Lord, Listen to Your Children!”: A video message from Pastor Michael

This is getting long, this physical distancing… Jesus encourages us “to pray always and not to lose heart” (Luke 18:1). Let’s persist in hopeful prayer! (Below you’ll find the audio of the song by itself.) Here is the audio of … Continue reading

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Prayer Resources

With calls for social distancing, even some people in quarantine or self-isolating, many of us are finding ourselves with more time than usual on our own. This is hard for all of us, to differing degrees, but it is also … Continue reading

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