Worship Service for April 3, 2022 In-Person, on ZOOM & YouTube

Order of Service – Sunday April 3, 2022 @ 10:30AM

We continue our live broadcast this morning and we are excited to welcome in-person worshipers into the Sanctuary (with socially distanced seating). Thank you to everyone who has contributed to this morning’s service both online and in-person.

Join us on our St. Andrew’s Guelph YouTube Channel and select the live service, and remember to invite your friends and families. You can also join us via Zoom by following the link in your Friday or Sunday morning email. If you’d like to begin receiving our weekly emails you can sign up here.

Prelude –  “Jesu, the very thought of Thee (arr. J. Jones)

Call to Worship

Hymn – #706 “Come let us sing” (Wonderful Love)

Opening Prayer & Assurance of Forgiveness

Time for Wonder and Curiosity

ScriptureJohn 18: 15 – 27 (CEB)

Sermon: “Jesus, the Ultimate Accomplice – In Conversation with Kween, Guelph Black Heritage Society”

Thadinadonnih (Guelph) born and raised, University of Guelph Alumni, Valedictorian from the Randolph Academy for Performing Arts, Kween is a Black settler living out her passions. She is a dancer, teacher, actor, choreographer, director, producer, advocate, curator, marketing/social media guru, TedX and International Speaker and co-contributing Author to 100 Women of Inspiration and The Stage Light Flickers. 

Kween is the CEO and owner of The Kween Company and Co-owns The Heels Academy. Kween is the leader of Solidarity March in Support of BLM in 2020 and the Executive Director and Social Justice Initiatives Coordinator for Guelph Black Heritage Society. Kween is also host and community producer on Rogers Channel 20 with “Diverse and Converse”, a BIPOC panel discussion. Kween specialized in EDI work specially for Violence, Oppression, Harm and Indigenous Relationship Building. 

Kween held a Residency with Guelph Dance in 2020/2021, winner of Woman of the Year 2020, nominee for RBC Women of Influence 2021, and Women of Inspiration 2021 Finalist

Hymn – #723 “Lord in this broken world” (Stella Orientis)


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Due to the financial mortgage burden for Heritage Hall — the stone church built in 1880 by formerly enslaved Black individuals — the Guelph Black Heritage Society is unable to focus funding on social justice initiatives, cultural education programs, and supporting BIPOC members of our community.

The ‘Give A Cup’ campaign is reaching out to the Guelph community for support. Your purchase of Lantern Brew coffee will raise money for the Guelph Black Heritage Society and help to liberate them from financial constraint.

50% of proceeds from every purchase will be donated to the Guelph Black Heritage Society.

Learn more and donate here: https://www.guelphblackheritage.ca/give-a-cup/

Offertory – “When I survey the wondrous cross” (arr. J. Jones)

Prayers of the People

Hymn – #585 “Christ you call us all to service” (In Babilone)


Postlude – “Rescue the Perishing” (arr. J. Jones)