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ST. ANDREW’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Worship 10:30 A.M.
Interim Moderator and Stated Supply: Job van Hartingsveldt
Guest Organist: Jacqueline van Hartingsveldt
Today's bulletin is in memory of all the Front Line Workers

Sunday September 19, 2021 

Covid-19 Rules for Church Attendance
(Provided and approved by Session, the Board and Pastor Job Van Hartingsveldt)

1. Please arrive for church service between 10:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. to ensure the duty elder has the opportunity to prepare for your entry into the church.
2. Please enter the church through the parking lot door only. A 2 Question COVID Health survey and Temperature-check will be administered.
3. Exit through the parking lot door or narthex doors facing Church Street. Please remember to enter and exit the church in an orderly fashion while maintaining social distancing.
4. Masks are mandatory. Masks will be available at the parking lot entrance to the church if you forget to bring one.
5. Use sanitizer when entering and leaving the church. Sanitizer will be available at both entrances.
6. There will be no greeters until further notice. The representative elder will ensure you adhere to social distancing rules while you get seated and are in the church. 7. No shaking of hands.
8. Respect social distancing from one another of at least 6 feet:
• Entry into the church
• In the sanctuary
• Seating in pews (at least one pew between individuals)
• Exiting the church
(Members of a household do not need to be separated from one another, and may sit and worship and travel together)
9. Until further notice, there will be no bulletin utilized. When conditions change this will be re-addressed. Use of the projector for services will be used at this time. All hymn books and bibles will be removed from the pews. If you wish to bring your own Bible you may.
10. Only the washroom in the round room is to be used.
11. No fans will be on in the sanctuary.
12. Congregational singing is a high-risk activity. Under the direction of the Hastings and Prince Edward Health Unit, for the safety of our congregation, there will be no singing even with the mandatory wearing of masks.
13. Offering plates will be placed at the back and front of the sanctuary for you to drop your offerings in.
14. There will be no fellowship after service until further advised.
Our Annual General Meeting will be held following service on Sunday, September 19th. Remember to bring to the meeting, your copy of the AGM Report if you’ve already picked one up.
Please also remember that Session wants to ensure our congregation stays healthy.
Note: Please remember that congregants should only attend worship services as they are comfortable.

“But as for you, be strong and do not give up, for your work will be rewarded.” 2 Chronicles 15:7

Organ Prelude

Welcome and Announcements
Opening words from Psalm 95: 6-7

Hymn: Holy, holy, holy (vs 1 & 2) #623

Call to Worship: (from Psalm 111)
Praise the Lord.
I will extol the Lord with all my heart in the assembly.
Great are the works of the Lord;
they are pondered by all who delight in them.
Glorious and majestic are his deeds,
and his righteousness endures forever.
He has caused his wonders to be remembered;
the Lord is gracious and compassionate.
He remembers his covenant forever.
The works of his hands are faithful and just;
his precepts are steady forever and ever.
He ordained his covenant forever, holy and awesome is his name.
The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom; all who follow his precepts have good understanding. To him belongs eternal praise.

Prayer of Adoration & Confession
Assurance of Pardon
Hymn: God forgave my sin (vs. 1) #774

We Listen for God’s Word
Old Testament Reading: Jeremiah 18: 1 - 6

New Testament Reading: James 4: 13-17

Prayer for Illumination Sermon: Deo Volente

We Respond to God’s Word
Hymn: Have thine own way Lord (vs. 1 & 4)

Pastoral Prayer

Closing Hymn: Take my life, and let it be consecrated (vs 1, 5, 6) #637

Offertory Prayer & Benediction
Amen


Prayers

We need to remember to continue to pray for those who need our support. Remember our congregants and friends, Carol Donnan, Lorraine Ymker's son Tony, Diane Burley, Bev Mott's sister Donna Durante and friend Anne, Norma Collins, David Globe, Bev and Gerry Boyce, Shana Craig (Hiddlestone), Judy and Larry's friend Elizabeth, Helen Thompson, Rob Bamlett, Sue Gray's friend Pat and Laurie-Anne and Kevin's daughter Ashleigh.
The list will keep growing. Never doubt the power of prayer!
If you have a prayer request send it to carolmerrill27@gmail.com


A Warm Welcome to You

OUR PURPOSE
To preach and teach The Bible in a Traditional Service,
Glorifying God Through music That maintains quality,
And reverence in worship.

Join Us at 10:30 am Sundays

St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
67 Victoria Ave. Belleville
613-968-8998

MISSION STATEMENT
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Belleville
will share the gospel of Jesus Christ
with all people through worship, teaching and service.

VISION STATEMENT
To be a living example of Christ's love
and healing power to all people.


If you know of someone who needs prayer,
please contact the Church office.

 

 

 


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