Worship by ZOOM – Father’s Day and ZOOMerview with our special guest, Curt Hammond – June 21, 2020

Order of Service – Sunday June 21, 2020 @ 10:30AM

As we prepare our hearts and minds for worship, I’d invite you listen to this hymn as a way of preparing for worship this morning.

“Will You Come and Follow Me”

St. Andrew’s Territorial Acknowledgement

As we gather, we acknowledge that Indigenous people were here long before us who cared for this land and called it home.  This territory has a rich history and was, and is to this day, considered sacred by many First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples.  We have a responsibility to care for this land as their ancestors did and to continue to strengthen our relationships with our Indigenous neighbours.

Scripture Reading – Galatians 5: 22-23 (The Message)

Sermon – “Four Simple Words”: A ZOOMerview with Curt Hammond (http://foursimplewords.ca/)

Offering – You can still mail cheques to:

St. Andrew’s Guelph, 161 Norfolk Street, Guelph, ON N1H 4J8

Or you can donate to St. Andrew’s through CanadaHelps

The month of June is the Great Canadian Giving Challenge! For the entire month of June, every single dollar donated to a Canadian nonprofit or charity through Canada Helps will buy that nonprofit one entry in a contest to win a $20,000.00 grand prize. If you’ve been waiting for the ‘right time’ to donate ONLINE, that time is now! Every donation is a WIN for these organizations… including St. Andrew’s and our Mission Partners. Thanks for your continued generosity! Let’s accept the challenge and make a difference in our community and world.

Donate to St. Andrew’s via Canada Helps here:


You are also invited to sign up for Pre-Authorized Remittance (PAR). Instead of using offering envelopes or giving online, you can set up a regular donation through your financial institution. To learn more, click here.

If you’d like to make a donation to Presbyterian World Service and Development (PWS&D) you can do so here:


Another opportunity to be generous and support our most vulnerable citizens in Guelph is Harve$t Impact. The goal, in partnership with The Seed and 10C (St. Andrew’s is a member organization) as well as others, is to get food to 10,000 community members. For more information or to make a donationwww.harvestimpact.ca/donate/

Prayers of the People


After worship this morning, I’d invite you to reflect on these songs.

“Mercy” – Dave Matthews Band
“Yahweh” and “40” by U2