June 13, 2021 – 10:00 am

Prelude:  You’ve Always Been

God Calls Us to Worship  
Welcome
*Songs of Approach:  LUYH 532 vss 1-3, Be Still for the Presence and Sanctuary
*Call to Worship and God’s Greeting
*Song:  All Who Are Thirsty  (Not the LUYH version) 

We Come with Thanks and Prayer
Children’s Message
*Children’s Song:  Come Praise The Lord, vss 1-4
Offering Introduction:  Special Causes
Prayer for Special Causes
Congregational Prayer

God Comes to Us in the Word
Scripture Reading:  Matthew 6:1-4
(pg. 1380 in the New Testament of pew Bibles)
Message:  Giving To The Needy
*Song of Response:  PsH 292 vss 1-3, Living for Jesus

We Celebrate the Lord’s Supper
*Apostles Creed
Celebrating Communion
A Song of Thanksgiving:  LUYH 604 vs 1, To God Be the Glory

God Sends Us With a Blessing    
*God’s Blessing:  Hebrews 13:20,21
*Parting Song:  LUYH 833 vss 1-3, There is a Redeemer  

Postlude: You’ve Always Been 

Post Service Zoom Prayer:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81191051544?pwd=NUZ6Y3RrdTZtWmFpdjc1QmNPOFZMZz09

At WECRC we believe Christians are called to be generous with the resources God has entrusted to us. We are inspired to give freely of ourselves, our time, our talents and our treasures as the visible expression of our love for God and each other.  During this period of COVID-19 we encourage you to continue tithing and steady giving, recognizing that some of you will be hard hit financially in this difficult time. May God provide.

How to Give

TODAY:  Special Causes: These funds are used to support various organizations, agencies and causes, beyond our weekly offering schedule, that need and ask for our help financially throughout the year.  In March our special cause offering went to the Bridge Easter Drive In Service. If you have any suggestions for other causes we can support together, please talk to one of our deacons. 

Next Week:  Edmonton Native Healing Centre:   The goal of the ENHC is to journey alongside the urban Indigenous population reconnecting people to their language, culture and ceremony.  With the recent news of the 215 children found in unmarked graves in Kamloops, B.C., the community supported by the ENHC is struggling with the crime, loss, shock and tragedy to have to grieve this terrible loss and support is needed more than ever.  The ENHC empowers individuals to grow stronger and creates vibrant community relationships while honoring their culture through Spiritual development centered in the heart of the Creator.  In striving to fulfill its Mission, the Centre serves youth, parents, professionals, low-income people, street people, the church, traditional people, and the immediate community; the 124 Street Corridor.  They are not a Government agency and rely solely on the generosity of churches and people who have a heart for building a stronger community together.   2021 marks the 30th anniversary of the Edmonton Native Healing Centre.  We thank God with them and gratefully continue to support this important ministry in our city. To find out more check out their website at http://e-nhc.org/