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    Bulletin - July 25, 2021

    July 23, 2021

    Welcome to Worship


    Free Methodist Centennial Chapel

    Sunday, July 25, 10:30 AM

    Announcements for this weekend:


    Welcome, everyone!  May you sense the presence of God in our midst today. Feel free to stand or sit during the singing.

    Our worship today is in-person and on Zoom!

    We have Sunday school for children of all ages.

    Let us know if we can serve you in some way.


    You’re invited to stay after worship for coffee and conversation.


    Today’s Scripture: Psalm 63

    Sermon Title: I Thirst for You

    Relief for Those Affected by Wildfires - Donations are being received by the United Way, the Canadian Red Cross and Food Banks BC. In addition, T'Kemlups te Secwepemc has been feeding and helping up to 300 people per day. They are receiving donations. Call 250-826-3884 to donate. Visa, cell and fuel gift cards are in high demand.

    Listening and Learning Opportunities –  Wednesday, July 28 at 2 pm "Trick or Treaty? The National Film Board of Canada film is about the territory of Treaty 9 (a large chunk of northern Ontario) and the different understandings of treaty that the government representatives and the indigenous people brought to the table.

    Praying Together this week:

    • Pray for those dealing with wildfires, for fire fighters, for people under evacuation and for the people of Lytton. Pray for rain and the calming of winds.
    • Let's pray for the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc people and indigenous people of Canada, deeply affected by the finding of 215 children buried on the grounds of the former residential school here in Kamloops. 751 unmarked graves were found at the Marieval Indian Residential School east of Regina. “The Lord is close to the broken-hearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit." Psalm 34:18
    • Pray for situation of Haiti as the country is experiencing a period of economic instability, political uprisings and increased gang activity
    • Let's pray and keep in mind those facing cancer treatments.
    • Pray for those in the community who have suffered with isolation, including our seniors and those with health conditions. Ask God to show us ways to reach out to those in our community who have needs we can meet


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