Worship at Home – April 26

It will come as no surprise that we will, once again, be worshiping at home this weekend, and once again we will be making prayers and other worship material available for you on our Online Worship page to help you worship at home.

We will also be making another Worship at Home video stream available to you on our YouTube channel, which will launch at 9:45am Sunday morning. You can access the Worship at Home video stream HERE.

Finally, many of us are still reeling from the tragic events in central Nova Scotia last weekend. Please know that prayer and a listening ear are available to anyone needing them at this time, especially if the news of these events has left you struggling in any way. You can reach out by email at stpauls-hampton@outlook.com or by calling (506) 832-3375.

You may also be interested to know that an online virtual vigil has been planned in memory of the victims of this tragedy and in support of the families and the communities that have been most directly affected on Friday April 24th at 7pm. The details of this vigil can be found HERE and the details of the Facebook event can be found HERE.

Worship at Home April 19

Hello St.Paul’s,
Welcome to another week of worshiping at home!

This week we’ve prepared something a little different to help people worship at home. In addition to posting on our Online Worship page material that people can prayerfully read for themselves we’ve prepared a ‘Worship at Home’ video stream combining prayer, some singing, readings, and reflections all done at home.

Kate and the kids and I offer a couple of songs we’ve prepared in our own home. Rev. Deacon Debbie Cochran offers this week’s reading from her own home, and our layreader this week, Lorraine Brown, offers this week’s prayers of the people  from her own home.

It’s kind of an experiment in worshiping together at home, and like any experiment it’s gonna be a little different from what we’re all used to, but our hope is that it will help you connected with God in worship this week, and that it will help to keep us all connected with each other.

You can find all of this week’s ‘worship at home’ material HERE.

Big thanks to Deacon Debbie and Lorraine Brown for their help this week. And a big thanks as well to Sharon Kelly and Kate Turner for putting together this week’s Sunday (Home) School material.

Wishing you a blessed 2nd week of Eastertide.

Rev David Turner +