Sunday morning worship is 10:00 am. All ages of every walk of life is welcomed. Please join us!
Sunday March 26: Rev Dan Kirkegaards pastoral reflection
“Lenten Disciplines: Find out What Pleases the Lord”
We have just finished the liturgical season of Epiphany, the celebration of the light of Christ coming into this world, and now enter the liturgical season of Lent. From the early days of our faith, Christians have observed the remembrance of Christ’s passion and resurrection with great reverence. It became the custom to prepare for that observance by a season of prayer and fasting, and the reconciliation of those who had been separated from the community of faith. By keeping the season of Lent, we take to heart God’s call to repentance and the assurance of forgiveness proclaimed in the gospel, and practice in our daily lives the work of reconciliation. I invite you, therefore, to the observance of a holy Lent, by self-examination and repentance; by prayer, fasting, and self-denial; and by reading and meditating on God’s holy Word. And, to begin this season in the right way, let us now receive the reminder of our mortal nature with prayer and gratitude for God’s redeeming work.
During this Season of Lent, please join us on Wednesday mornings 11:30 am – 12:00 pm for Lenten Vespers.
A time of discussion, prayer and song.
The congregation of Tsawwassen United Church is called as a gathering of members to be an active community of faith for the worship of God, within the context of the United Church of Canada, which attempts to base both its beliefs and practices on the Scriptures
of the Old and New Testaments and as revealed in Jesus Christ.
We seek to cooperate and maintain fellowship with all parts of the universal church.
We welcome and encourage everyone to our Sunday morning worship at 10:00 am.
Tsawwassen United Church is celebrating 55 years of service in the South Delta area.