Orange Phase update Please register your attendance for the 11:00 am service on Feb. 21st with tblom@nb.sympatico.ca

Mark your calendars!  An informal and less extensive annual congregational meeting will be held on Feb. 21st after worship at 1:00 pm.  It will be held by Zoom and you may attend by web or telephone.  If you need assistance with learning to use Zoom, we will practice with you ahead of time.  Email sapc@sapc.ca to get the link.

Rev. Susan Brasier presented the service “A Glimpse of God” on Sunday Feb. 14th.   Our dedicated helpers were organist and choir director David Berry, readers Tony Watson and Angela Black, storyteller Sheila Black, artists Angela Black and Georgia Garnhum, and soloist Helen McKinnon-Bagnell.  Special thanks goes to Tom Goud for editing the video service.

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Scripture, Message and Music for Sunday, Feb. 14th



Previous services are available on our Sermons page.

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Listen to the original composition “The One They Call the King”
Welcome To Our Church (a rare video in the Choir Loft Conversations Series):

You are invited to worship with us:

  • Each Sunday, we worship in the Sanctuary at 11:00am.  Coffee and conversation in the hall (or lemonade on the lawn in the summer) is suspended during the COVID19 pandemic.

If you are unable to join us in person, you may listen to the Sunday Sermons on our site, on our YouTube Channel, on our iTunes Channel, via Podcast, or you may borrow the entire service on CD from our Library.

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Fredericton, NB