July 12 Worship & Gathering Update

Posted on: July 10, 2020 Posted by: vkhbc Comments: 0

July 12 Worship & Gathering Update

Gathering UPDATE
***Just a reminder wearing masks is now mandated by the Eastern Ontario Health Unit with the exemptions mentioned on their website here (https://eohu.ca/en/article/2020-07-06).
OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS 
  • Note we will stream the whole service live beginning at 11AM.  Due to internet problems (combined with my mediocre singing) the quality of music may not be helpful for your worship in song at home, but if you'd like to try to follow along I have set everything up to be able to provide the lyrics on the live stream. Again, the internet occasionally cuts in and out here, but it's the best we can do for now. Otherwise the YouTube playlist is still available below for you to use for music and then you could simply join us online for the live sermon which will take place a little later in the service closer to 11:20AM. 
  • For this week's Evening service @ 6pm we are going to meet outside in the yard behind the manse (30 Bertha St) where there is plenty of room for physical distance. Bring your own chair and water! If it looks like it will be raining (which it looks like it might) I will send a message out Sunday afternoon confirming its cancelation. 
  • New City Catechism (click here) – This coming week we are on Question & Answer 29.  
HOME WORSHIP

In addition to previous instructions provided on our website (here):

1. Read Scripture & Pray – Psalm 37:5-11
2. Sing  –  “Lift High the Name of Jesus”  Click here for July 12-vkhbc YouTube playlist 
3. Read more Scripture together – Genesis 9:1-6

4. Pray together

5. Sing – “I Need Thee Every Hour” 

6. Listen to the sermon together on Matthew 5:21-26 on our YouTube channel “Vankleek Hill Baptist Church.” 

Sermon questions for kids:  

1. What is the seed or root of murder?
2. Have you ever responded to anyone in anger or treated them with contempt? Write down a recent example.
3. What does Jesus say you should do about it, and when?

7. Sing a closing song – “Take My Life and Let It Be “

May the Spirit of God lead each of us together as one, according to the eternal Word of Christ, to the glory of God the Father!  


Yours in Christ,


Pastor Scott

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