Worship in January
During the season of Epiphany we think about the candles we lit during Advent and Christmas, the light and love of Christ going out into the world. Through the Scriptures we read we explore together what it means for us to live faithfully in that light.
January 6 – Epiphany Sunday. One service only, at 11 a.m. Scripture: Isaiah 60:1–6 and Matthew 2. The sermon is New Ways Home.
January 13 – The Reverend Linda Patton-Cowie will be leading us in worship. Reverend Patton-Cowie is the convenor of the Presbyterian Church in Canada’s Healing and Reconciliation Advisory Committee and Minister at St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church in Orillia. She will be speaking about Reconciliation during worship and at a Lunch and Learn afterwards.
January 20 – Scripture: Isaiah 62:1–5 and 1 Corinthians 12:1–11. Reverend Dimock’s sermon this week asks What Gifts Have You Been Given to Share?
January 27 – Scripture: 1 Corinthians 12–31 and Luke 4:14–21. The sermon is One Body? All of Us? What Does That Mean? Today St. Andrew's welcomes to the service members of the Scottish Society of Ottawa for the Kirkin’ o’ the Tartans.