Sunday Worship Times
2535 Robie Street, Halifax, NS
10:00 AM On-Site and Online
Ordinarily, we celebrate Communion (the Lord’s Supper) on the 1st Sunday of the month.
We always celebrate it on Easter Sunday.
Sunday Evening Worship
Our regular evening worship service is unavailable at this time.
Worshippers at our evening service use an ancient Christian practice called “Lectio Divina,” a way of listening to the Scriptures slowly and attentively, consciously relying on the Holy Spirit and using the “ears of our hearts.” We meditate on the passage that will be preached on the following Sunday morning.
Lectio Divina can be practiced in a group, or as a personal practice. For more info on this, read this article written by Pastor Dave Vroege, about our own congregation’s experience with Lectio Divina (https://www.reformedworship.org/article/march-2014/listening-ears-your-heart)
About Our Worship
It’s been said that worship is a “whirlwind of divine activity.” With that in mind we look for, enjoy, and aim for the following biblical themes in our worship:
- worship and theology go hand in hand
- worship is remembering God’s deeds in history
- worship is dialogic – a conversation between God and us
- worship relies on the Holy Spirit
- worship is fellowship, corporate
- worship is participation in the Kingdom to come
- worship is covenantal
- worship is participative
- worship is holistic
- worship is expansive
- worship is reverent
- worship is expectant
- worship is intergenerational
- worship draws on many cultures (all nations)
- worship is sacramental
- worship is evangelistic
- worship is educational
Or, in whirlwind format:
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