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November 19, 2017

Scripture:

  • Jeremiah 29: 1, 4–14 [Letter to the exiles]

Sermon:

Remember to trust in God
The prophet Jeremiah is writing to people who have been exiled, who have been forced to move away from what they have known - into the unknown. Today this is sometimes experienced in the loss of a job, in the division of a family, when we have left our families because of family dynamics or economic circumstances or because of traumatic events. God wants us to settle in, to not let our expectations of a speedy recovery discourage us when they are not met. We are called to trust in God and live in hope for what is to come.

Music

  • T-J Mortensen, organ
  • Choir of Robertson-Wesley

After Worship:

All are invited to gather in the Memorial Hall for fellowship and refreshments.


November 26, 2017

  • Children's Sunday
  • Whole Family Worship
  • M&S Bucket (Sept/Oct/Nov)

Scripture:

  • Isaiah 9: 1–7 [The Coming of a King]

Sermon:

Remember to look to the future
The prophet Isaiah shares his vision of the future where God’s everlasting Kingdom is reached. The future is bright and on us light has shined. We will explore God’s world through the eyes of children who are present here and now! What have we the people of faith forgotten? What have we lost sight of? Let us remember and be united in God’s love.

Music

  • Cantilon Children's Choir

After Worship:

All are invited to gather in the Memorial Hall for fellowship and refreshments.


Sermons

Copies to Hear or Read

The sermons at the Sunday morning worship services are usually recorded and transcribed and available on the R‑W Sermons blog . The audio is often available the same day and the text a few days later. The text is also available in our literature racks along with copies of the worship bulletins for about four weeks. The audio can also be accessed by pod-cast through iTunes.

Sharing with Others

Sermons can be shared with others by e-mail by copying the link from the blog and pasting it into your e-mail message.

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