Summerlea United Church
225 50th Ave, Lachine, Québec, H8T2T7, Canada. 514-634-2651

(Last updated 30-8-2020)

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Service for Sunday, August 30, 2020

(The service was recorded earlier on Thursday, August 27.)

And Welcome Again to Lucia Williams
who is filling in for Connie as she continues to recover from hip surgery.

Ignace Xavier Joseph Leybach
(1817 – 1891)



Come, Let Us Sing (VU 222)
(Jim Strathdee)

Come, let us sing to the Lord our song,
We have stood silently too long;
Surely the Lord deserves our praise,
So joyfully thank God for our days.

O thirsty soul, come drink at the well;
God's living waters will never fail.
Surely the Lord will help you to stand,
Strengthened and comforted by God's hand.


Come Let Us Sing

You dwell among us and cause us to pray,
And walk with each other following your way;
Our precious brothers and sisters will grow
In the fulfilling love they know.

Deserts shall bloom and mountains shall sing
To the desire of all living things.
Come, all you creatures, high and low,
Let your praises endlessly flow.

Readings from the New Revised Standard Version:

Romans 12:9-21

I Need Thee Every Hour (VU 671)

I need Thee every hour, most gracious Lord;
No tender voice like Thine can peace afford.

I need Thee, oh, I need Thee;
Every hour I need Thee;
Oh, bless me now, my Savior,
I come to Thee.

I need Thee every hour, stay Thou nearby;
Temptations lose their pow'r when Thou art nigh.



(The picture is the link.)

I need Thee every hour, in joy or pain;
Come quickly and abide, or life is vain.


I need Thee every hour; teach me Thy will;
And Thy rich promises in me fulfill.


Sermon Time:

Devoid of people...

God's Super-Heroes

The sermon text can be read HERE.

...but not of presence.

Saviour, again to thy dear name we raise
with one accord our parting hymn of praise.
We give you thanks before our worship cease,
Then in the silence hear your word of peace.

Grant us your peace upon our homeward way;
With you began, with you shall end the day;
Guard now the lips from sin, the hearts from shame,
That in this house have called upon your name.

Grant us your peace throughout the coming night;
Turn all our darkness to you perfect light;
Then through our sleep, our hope and strength renew,
For dark and light are both alike to you.

Grant us your peace throughout our earthly life,
Comfort in sorrow, courage in our strife;
Then, when your voice shall bid our conflict cease,
Call us, at last, to your eternal peace.

Voluntary in G

(by John Stanley)

And, of course,

Two Fine Hymns

To see you to your
Tea and Biscuits.

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