Sunday Worship for March 7, 2021: The Third Sunday of Lent.

Let us confess our sin in the presence of God and of one another: Most Merciful God: We confess: That we are captive to sin And cannot free ourselves. We have sinned against you in thought, word and deed, By what we have done and by what we have left undone. We have not lovedContinue reading “Sunday Worship for March 7, 2021: The Third Sunday of Lent.”

Worship for Sunday February 28, 2021: First Sunday of Lent

SOUTH GREY BRUCE LUTHERANPARISH OF MILDMAY, NEUSTADT and MORMANBY Order for Confession and Forgiveness provided by the ELCIC Synod for Lent. We are unfinished. Our universe is unfinished. We confess the ways in which we attempt to limit God’s creative power working in and through us. <Silence> Creating God, shape us into fruitful co-creators andContinue reading “Worship for Sunday February 28, 2021: First Sunday of Lent”

Worship service for February 21: Lent 1

Invite you to join in the order for confession & Forgiveness  (Rev. Brooklynn Lane) Three in one God, Creator, Child, and Holy Spirit, ☩ We give thanks for your mercy and ask for forgiveness. Amen. Loving God, Forgive us. We have neglected to see the face of Christ in our neighbour. We have walked pastContinue reading “Worship service for February 21: Lent 1”

Worship for February 14, 2021: Transfiguration of Our Lord

Click on the link below for the sermon from Bishop Pryse: https://elcic.box.com/s/9gk14vs1gwbwyfnkzmvuh3egk1jkszru We believe in one God,         The Father, the Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth,         Of all that is, seen and unseen. We believe in one Lord, Jesus Christ,         The only Son of God,         Eternally begotten of the Father        Continue reading “Worship for February 14, 2021: Transfiguration of Our Lord”

written sermon for February 7, 2021

Rev. Pamela McNeil                                                                                                                                                             Date: Feb 7, 2020 Text: Isaiah 40: 21-31; Mark 1: 29-39             Mission: Serve in community Perhaps like me, you have spent many evenings outdoors under the blanket of stars as described in the reading from Isaiah. – maybe you remember playing well into the evening as a kid, or youContinue reading “written sermon for February 7, 2021”

Worship service for February 7, Epiphany 5

V1. Longing for light, we wait in darkness; Longing for truth, we turn to you. Make us your own, your Holy people. Light for the world to see: Chorus: Christ be our light! Shine in our hearts, Shine through the darkness. Christ be our light! Shine in your church gathered today. V2. Longing for peace,Continue reading “Worship service for February 7, Epiphany 5”

Removing the unclean spirit: sermon for January 31, 2021

Astounded is a rare word in the NRSV Bible- it is used 14 times in the New Testament to be precise and except in one case it always refers to the actions or words of Jesus. Actions and words that authoritatively shake up traditional ways. We have heard before that Jesus will bring a newContinue reading “Removing the unclean spirit: sermon for January 31, 2021”

Worship for Sunday, January 31, 2021: the Fourth Sunday of Epiphany

Order for Confession Holy God, – You search us and know us. You are acquainted with all our ways. We confess that our hearts are burdened by sin –Our own sins and the broken systems that bind us. We turn inward, failing to follow Your outward way of love. We distrust those who are notContinue reading “Worship for Sunday, January 31, 2021: the Fourth Sunday of Epiphany”

Follow me and I will make you fishers of people!

Follow me and I will make you fishers of people! This is probably a familiar passage and it has been a rallying cry to ‘right’ those who are wrong. To build on the words of poet laureate Amanda Corman, ( i couldn’t resist) this often means that rather than leaving what “just is”, the callContinue reading “Follow me and I will make you fishers of people!”