This past Sunday Ernie Plett, who is a preacher from Selkirk, fed us with the beautiful Bread of the Gospel. He began a series about Christ's birth from the Gospel of Luke. He just did a delightful work - lifting up the glories of Christ, the One in whom Mary put her faith. Ernie reminded us of Christ's kingship - His good and righteous reign over all the earth. We were again face to face with the joy that Christ would die to make peace between God and sinners so that His reign would be a delight rather than a terror for those who are added to His kingdom by faith.
This Sunday, Caleb Symons will bring the Word. His text will be Luke 1:39-56. I have it on good authority that his sermon points will be alliterated. Following this, we will be served by Pastor Jordan for two weeks and then by Nick Betzing on the 31st. I am delighted to have my eyes fixed on my Saviour through the ministry of these faithful men this month as I take time to pray and study and prepare for our next sermon series from the book of Exodus.
December 9-10 @7:00 PM
December 22 @ 6:30 PM
Christmas Eve set up at Murdoch
December 24 @ 10 AM and 6:30 PM