Last week, in Acts 16, the “place of prayer” describes the location where Paul and his companions encountered the woman, Lydia, who became a believer. This week, the “place of prayer” is a daily destination that puts into their path another woman who is afflicted and in search of relief. How is the practice of prayer evidenced in the lives of the earliest apostles? What might we learn from them when it comes to our perspective on and practice of prayer today?
The Te Deum Singers are pleased to sing our next performances, The Earth Has Music and we welcome all to attend our concerts in the sanctuary on:
Saturday, May 28 at 7:00 pm Sunday, May 29 at 2:00 pm
The repertoire includes works by Rutter, Gounod, Handel and a new piece composed by Jared Samborski, with lyrics by Sherri Guenther Trautwein. Admission is free, however, donations are gratefully received either at the door or on the Te Deum Singers website: tedeumsingers.ca
We want our singers & audience members to have a safe and enjoyable concert experience. Here’s what you need to know:
Audience members are asked to be fully vaccinated to attend, but proof of vaccination will no longer be checked at the door
Audience members, performers, and volunteers are all asked to remain masked while in the church
Audience seating will be unassigned, and distancing will not be required.
Zoom Meeting ID: 628 795 955 Direct link: zoom.us/j/628795955 Phone: 1.587.328.1099 *Note: please contact Anke or the church office to receive the passcode -- Everyone is welcome to enjoy a coffee and join in the conversation about the topic of the day. Young and old, come and share your wisdom.