Thanks for praying yesterday for Malmo. I know that a number of you gathered together to pray – we did too as staff here in the office. Isn’t it cool how God meets with us all, in our individual spaces? And how He hears ALL the prayers that we say for the church? An amazing God that we serve! 🙂
Good afternoon Folks!
Good ‘Blustery Morning’ to you all!
“But I am trusting you, O Lord, saying “You are my God!” My (our) future is in YOUR Hands.” ~Psalm 31:14-15a
- face paint/brushes
- skipping ropes
- soccer balls/pumps
- crayons & chalk
- colouring pages/paper
- bean bags
- friendship bracelet supplies
- prenatal vitamins
- kids vitamins (not gummy bear type)
- small note pads/pencils
- small hand lotions
- Sunday School at 9:45am
- Worship service at 11:00am. We are a church that prays – and there’s lots that we’ll be praying for on Sunday – Rob & Amy heading to Ecuador, the new church leaders and of course a chance for you to share any requests that are on your heart. The morning will also include singing, hearing God’s word, fellowshipping and sharing together in Holy Communion.
- The Family Project continues at 6:30pm. All are welcome and child care is available.
Next week on Wednesday, we begin our journey through lent to the cross. The Canada Covenant Conference publishes a booklet called, ‘The Lenten Reader’ that takes you through the 40 days of lent, with devotional readings. We have a few printed copies available for you, on the Malmo Info table in the foyer. You can also read the devotional online, by going to: http://issuu.com/canadacovenantchurch/docs/lenten_reader2016