Order of Service – Sunday September 20, 2020 @ 10:30AM
We continue our live broadcast from the Sanctuary this morning. We remain closed to public worship. Only Rev. John, Fred, our Tech Team, our trainee Screeners, and our guest today will be in the Sanctuary.
We welcome Andrew Hyde from the Ecumenical Campus Ministry at the University of Guelph as our pulpit guest this morning as we celebrate Bless Our Schools Sunday sponsored by Moms in Prayer International and our Mission and Outreach Coordinating Committee (MOCC). Today’s service was supposed to be different as it was being planned by MOCC and was to include various participants from the Committee. Due to COVID, Rev. John will lead the service and Andrew Hyde will share the message. Welcome Andrew!
Prelude – Chorale Prelude on “Lobe den Herren” arr. J. Walther
Call to Worship
Hymn – “Praise to the Lord, the Almighty” (v. 1 & 4)
Sermon: “Renew Our Minds” (Andrew Hyde)
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
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:
CIBC Run for the Cure 2020 (Virtual) – October 4, 2020
We are encouraging our members and friends to support the RUN this year individually. If you are interested in supporting this year’s Run for the Cure, you can register here:
St. Andrew’s Guelph and Knox Guelph will join together again next year as “Presbyterians on the Run”!
Supporting the Ecumenical Campus Ministry at UofG, to set up a one-time or monthly, tax-deductible donation to ECM’s ministry at UofG, go to https://www.ecmguelph.org/donate.
Special Musical Interlude – “Amazing Grace” (arr. D. Hastad)
Prayers of the People
Hymn – “Lord dismiss us with your blessing” (v. 1)
Postlude – Recessional on “Lobe den Herren” (arr. P. Manz)