130th ANNIVERSARY

Entry of the Bible

Call to Worship: (Psalm 103: 1-5)

One: Bless the Lord, O my soul,
All: and all that is within me, bless God’s holy name.
One: Bless the Lord, O my soul,
All: and forget not all God’s benefits –
One: who forgives all your iniquity, who heals all your diseases, who redeems your life from the Pit,
All: who crowns you with steadfast love and mercy, who satisfies you with good as long as you live so that your youth is renewed like the eagle’s.

Hymn 65 “All people that on earth do dwell”

Prayerof Praise and Confession

Peace Invocation: “Shalom”

Words of Assurance

Passing the Peace

Introit “Jazz Kyrie” music by Andy Beck
Knox Chancel Choir, drums – James Turner, Bass – Dan Corrigan

Welcome, Acknowledgements and Announcements

Hymn 715 “Love the Lord your God”

Time with the Children “We are liked stained glass”

Today in Sunday school: Mark 12:28-34 “The Great Commandment”
Next week: Mark 12:38-44 “Unexpected Faith”

Scripture Readings:

1 Corinthians 13:4-8a
Romans 12:9-10

Presentation of our offering:

Offertory “Jazz Cantate Dominum” music by Andy Beck
Knox Chancel Choir, drums – James Turner, Bass – Dan Corrigan

Hymn “For the life that you have given”

Prayer of Dedication

Sermon: “Love – The Bottom Line”

Communion

Invitation to Communion

Hymn 528 verses 1,3,4 “Jesus calls us here to meet him.”

The Story of the Lord’s Supper

Prayer of Thanksgiving and Lord’s Prayer

Sharing the Bread and Cup 

Today, Communion is being served by members of Senior High. Hold the elements so that we may all commune at the same time. Gluten free bread is wrapped.

Anthem “Hungry I Come” words and music Craig Curry
Knox Chancel Choir

Closing Prayer

Hymn371 verses 1-3 “Love divine, all loves excelling”

Benediction

Choral Closing “Walk with me”

Luncheon
Please join us after the service today for a light lunch to help us celebrate our 130thAnniversary!


The Rev. Daniel Cho – Moderator 2018

Daniel Cho grew up in Toronto as a second-generation Korean-Canadian, providing him a unique lens through which to experience the faith-culture-generation connection. After his undergraduate and theological studies in the United States Daniel returned to complete seminary at Knox College and continued pastoring among the youth. For the next ten years he worked with teens and young adults in congregations, retreats and conferences. He returned to these roots as a main preacher at Canada Youth 2018at Brock University. For thirty years now, he has advocated for the rich ethnic diversity of the church and the fostering of closer connections among us. Currently Daniel is Senior Minister of St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church, a diverse congregation, and past moderator of the Presbytery of West Toronto. He is also a certified pastoral counsellor and certified mediator.

Daniel enjoys music, running and martial arts training. His wife, Esther, works in healthcare as a services coordinator and they have three adult children—twin daughters and a son. Daniel is an unabashed Star Trekfan and a lover of sweets.


Welcome Desk: Gloria Roberts
Greeters: Kim & Rob Broberg
Ushers: John Del Chiaro, Duncan McLean, Judy & Gord Howes, Dave Dougall, Lynelle Purdy
Radio/Sound: Jackson Del Chiaro
Broadcast: Grant Birks
Multimedia: Andrew Church
Giving Table: Heather Cawsey
Hospital Visitor: Wendy Garner
Refreshments: Ruth Ann & Willi Ilgauds, Charlene Janes, Jean Shannon
Sunday Attendant: Ellen McIntosh

Welcome to Knox Waterloo

  • You are welcome in the name of Jesus.
  • Individual listening devices for improved sound are available at the Welcome Desk.
  • We have Scent-Free Seating on the front left side as you enter from the back. You can also enter the scent free area from the side door.
  • There is a bright, modern nursery on the main floor next to the sanctuary. If your infant or small child needs care during the worship service, you may leave the sanctuary and return as you wish. You and your child are welcome during worship. Childcare for infants and toddlers is available.
  • Worship bags, containing quiet activities are on the wall opposite the nursery and toddler room. You are welcome to borrow one of these bags.
  • Offering envelopes are on the backs of seats. You may choose to give after worship using credit card, debit card, or e-transfer. If using an offering envelope please leave your full address on it. This is a requirement for all charities in order to send charitable receipts for gifts.
  • Please take a moment, if you wish, to introduce yourself to one of the ministers, or a greeter at the welcome desk.

There are many ways to give at Knox Waterloo. Everything we do is supported by the financial generosity of our community. We give generously in many ways.

  • Some through PACK (Pre Authorized Contribution to Knox)
  • Some generously with gifts of appreciated assets
  • Some give via Credit Card or Debit after Church
  • Some with weekly offering envelops
  • Now through the phone app Pushpay, for Knox Waterloo, using our credit card at any time we feel God’s grace and a want to give. We can give 24 hours a day through this app. This takes about 10 seconds.