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Today’s Service

You’ll find today’s service on the Trinity-St. Andrew’s United Church YouTube channel at 10 am. or anytime thereafter.   
James Murray is preaching on the Genesis 37: 1-4, 12-28 passage with a solo, Coat of Many Colours by Dolly Parton, from Lisa Webber. 

Order of Service

Worship Leaders: Rev. James Murray, Rev. Dr. Christine Johnson & Mike McCormick
Musical guest: Lisa Webber

Prelude
Welcome and Introductions
Call to Worship
Prayer of Approach

Hymn 65 MV When we are tested Tune: Slane {642VU}
When we are tested and wrestle alone, famished for bread when the world offers stone,
nourish us, God, by your word and your way, food that sustains us by night and by day.

When in the desert we cry for relief, pleading for paths marked by certain belief,
lift us to love you beyond sign and test, trusting your presence, our only true rest.

When we are tempted to barter our souls, trading the truth for the power to control,
teach us to worship and praise only you, seeking your will in the work that we do.

When we have struggled and searched through the night, sorting and sifting the wrong from the right,
Savior, surround us with circles of care, angels of healing, of hope, and of prayer.

Scripture: Genesis 37:1-4, 12-28
Solo: “Coat of Many Colours” by Dolly Parton sung by Lisa Webber
Sermon “Sold into Slavery” James Murray
Musical Response
Pastoral Prayer, Lord’s Prayer

Hymn: 633 VU Bless now, O God, the journey
Bless now, O God, the Journey that all your people make,
the path through noise and silence, the way of give and take.
The trail is found in desert and winds the mountain round,
then leads beside still waters, the road where faith is found.

Bless sojourners and pilgrims who share this winding way,
whose hope burns through the terrors, whose love sustains the day.
We yearn for holy freedom while often we are bound.
Together we are seeking the road where faith is found.

Divine Eternal Lover, you meet us on the road.
We wait for lands of promise where milk and honey flow.
But waiting not for places, you meet us all around.
Our covenant is written on roads, as faith is found.

Benediction
Postlude