St James & St John United Church

APRIL 10, 2022

KIMBERLEY’S KORNER

Intro to Worship

Greetings & Welcome

Introit
“Pave the Wave Branches”

Call to Worship
Jesus entered into Jerusalem, humbly, on a donkey,
seeking to transform the people.
People gathered from everywhere to wave palm branches
and praise him as royalty.
Jesus enters into our lives humbly,
seeking to transform our hearts and lives.
Let us worship Jesus Christ together,
and receive him into our presence.

Opening Prayer
Andy Murray (Video)

Baptismal Hymn
“Child of Blessing, Child of Promise”

Sacrament of Baptism
Gina Mae Henderson
Daughter of Darren Henderson & Whitney Foran

 

Csi Jerusalem
Detectives
Kimberley & Kathy

Scripture Readers
Erica Swaine
Craig Doyle
Addyson Swaine
Andrew Doyle
Sydney Murray

Prayers of the People
Avery Dutcher
Amy Geikie
Amber Geikie
Paige Howatt

The Lord’s Prayer

Dedication
Matthew Murray (Video)

Closing Hymn
“How Deep the Father’s Love For Us”

Benediction

Postlude

 

 

Worship Participants
Music Ministry: United Harmony & Kimberley
Greeters: Darryl & Melanie Shaddick
Counters: Carl & Alice Farris
Sound Tec: David Watling

Positive Thought for the Week

“Life is full of ups and downs; glorify God during the ups
and fully trust in Him during the downs”

 

Our Church

CHURCH COUNCIL MEETING – The Church Council’s monthly meeting is scheduled for Thursday, April 21st. Teams meet at 7 PM, followed by the Council Meeting.

CHILI SUPPER – The Chili Supper that was postponed will be held on Saturday, April 23rd, from 4-5 PM. There are still some tickets available at the Church Office.

DONATIONS FOR UKRAINE – Many thanks to all who donated to our Ukraine effort. Due to your support, we realized a total of $1305.00, which will be sent to the Canadian Red Cross on behalf of St. James & St. John United Church.

GOOD FRIDAY PRESENTATION – “Voices of the Cross”, a dramatic presentation will be held on Friday, April 15th, at 7:30 PM, in the church. This service will also be live-streamed.

FOOD BANK – As the restrictions are being lifted, we would like to encourage members of the congregation to resume their donations to the Food Bank. You may place your items on any Sunday, in the baskets located on either side of the entrance into the sanctuary. Thank you for your continued support – The Outreach Team.

Our Community News

TARTAN DAY DINNER/CONCERT – The 65th Miramichi Folksong Festival, Days Inn and Highland Society of New Brunswick in Miramichi, are hosting a Tartan Day Dinner/concert, Sunday April 24th. Supper is at 5pm at the Beaverbrook Kin Centre. Tickets are by reservation only, call Susan at 622-1780 on or before April 11th. We cater to special diets, please specify when ordering your tickets. Entertainment will feature, The villagers, Jimmy Lawlor, James Morrison, Maurice Fleming, Ella Howe, James & Mary Underhill, Melanie Ross Trio, David Bunnell and Susan Butler. There will be a limited number of tickets available.