|Office: 9505 - 79 Street
Werner De Jong
Speaker: Joanne De Jong
Worship Leader: Thomas
Music: African Team
|Greeters: Grace, Lisa
February 9, 2020
Welcome to Holyrood Mennonite Church
Sunday School ~ 9:30 am
Worship Service ~ 10:30 am
Welcome & Announcements
Call to Worship
Songs: Receive My Praise, Oh Lord!
What Shall I Render to you Oh God!
Great Things He Has Done
Elder Cluster Group Prayer - Joseph
HEARING GOD'S WORD
Children’s Feature: Puppets
Share & Prayer
Song: What Shall I Say to the Lord?
Scripture Reading: Matthew 25:1-13 (Page 1037) ~ Helena
Meditation: “The Parable of the Ten Virgins” ~ Joanne De Jong
RESPONDING TO THE WORD
Song: I am on the Lord’s Side
- Fellowship Breakfasts: Tuesday (11th) at 7 am at the Albert’s Restaurant in Capilano Mall. All are welcome to
- Food Bank: Tuesday (11th) Hosts: Doreen, Diane
- Girl’s Club: this Friday (14th)
- The memorial service for Ruth Virginia (Ginny) Brubaker will be held at Lendrum Mennonite Church on
February 28 at 1 PM. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Mennonite Central Committee.
- Please keep Jill Taniguchi in your prayers, as she will likely begin her treatments for breast cancer in the coming
- Pray for Werner and family, as they walk through the final stages of life with Werner’s mother.
- Praise that Reuben Tut, the pastor of the Edmonton South Sudanese Mennonite Church, is recovering from
- Pray for Florence as she visits with her son, that the visit will go well.
- Please continue to remember and pray for our members who are no longer able to regularly attend church: Ray
Brubaker, George Varghese.
- Coffee & Conversation this Tuesday at 10:00 at Lendrum - Many of us now know that we are facing an
unprecedented global ecological emergency. How can we, as people of faith, take action to heal this desecration
of the Divine creation? Robert Kirchner, a member of the Edmonton Quakers, will give a presentation on
Extinction Rebellion Edmonton (https://xredmonton.ca),an organization working nonviolently to achieve a just
transition to a sustainable society. In particular, we will learn about the Teck Frontier mine proposal, that
threatens to destroy thousands of hectares of boreal forest in northern Alberta, further locking our economy into
long-term dependence on fossil fuels.
- MCA Annual Delegate Session - Save the Date - March 20-21 at First Mennonite in Edmonton. Launching
year 1 - Encountering, Embracing, Embodying Christ in Life. Registration coming soon. You don't need to be a
delegate to attend! See what is happening in our Alberta family.
- Camp Valaqua - Summer Registration is OPEN! campvalaqua.com
- MCA Women's Retreat - Save the Date - June 5-7 in Sylvan Lake.
- The Great Winter Warm-up -Thanks again for all the involvement and support with the Great Winter
Warmup! The final numbers are in! A total of 9,504 comforters were collected during the month of January with
245 of those collected in Alberta. The time you have spent cutting, stitching, ironing, tying and praying is
greatly appreciated. Thank you.
- MCC Ottawa Student Seminar - Feb 20 - 22, 2020, Non-violence for Social Change: Active Peacebuilding.
Visit mccab.ca/student-seminar for more information. Travel subsidies are available - contact Carol at MCC
Alberta to apply email@example.com or 403-275-6935.
- You are invited to Cornerstone Counselling’s Invite the Light Luncheon. For the first time, Glori Meldrum,
founder of Little Warriors and g[squared], will share her journey with faith and mental health. Although she is
an accomplished business leader, Glori’s path to success was far from easy. As a survivor of child sexual abuse,
from the age of 8 to 10 years old, she has endured unspeakable trauma. Recently, a struggle with stage 3
cancer caused her life to come crashing to a halt. Glori felt like she’d never recover from the overwhelming
darkness and despair. It took all she had, but she began a journey that led to rediscovering her faith, practicing
self-love, and focusing on her own mental health. By digging deep within herself, and by leaning on others
when she needed to, she has discovered resiliency, love, and hope by being a voice for vulnerable children, and
by advocating for social change in the business and philanthropic communities. That’s why “My Journey Home”
is the theme of her speech for the 2020 Invite the Light Luncheon. To Glori, coming home means learning to
surrender, living life to the fullest while serving others, and leading from a place of love instead of fear. Glori’s
testimony of vulnerability, faith, and strength during life’s darkest moments will leave you inspired and in awe
of His grace. Come hear her speak, enjoy a 3 course meal and enjoy some local music. March 11, 11:3 - 1:30
pm Tickets: $55 each, visit www.cornerstonecounselling.com/itl
NEXT SUNDAY (16th)
- Speaker: TBC
- Worship Leader: Ed
- Music: Ruth
- Children’s Feature: Ruth
- Scripture Reader: Zach
- Greeters: Ike, Millie
- Usher: Brock
- Food Bank (18th): Host(s) Doreen, Diane
Apprentices of Jesus to share God's abundant hospitality with people of
all ages and cultures through the power of the Spirit.