The Weekly Bulletin of
St. Joseph of Nazareth Anglican Church
725 Provencher Blvd. Brossard, QC J4W 1Y5
450-671-6481 / firstname.lastname@example.org
July 29th, 2018
Wednesday August 01 – 9:30 a.m………..Men’s Bible Study
Friday August 03 – 10:30 a.m………..S.H.E. Ladies
2 Samuel 11:1-15
Intercessions and Prayers
Prayer for Today
O God, the protector of all who trust in You, without whom nothing is strong, nothing is holy, increase and multiply upon us Your mercy, that with You as our ruler and guide, we may so pass through things temporal, that we lose not the things eternal; through Jesus Christ our Lord, Who lives and reigns with You and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.
Prayer for the Worldwide Anglican Church
We pray for the Province de L’Eglise Anglicane au Rwanda Gasabo – (Rwanda): The Right Reverend Onesphore Rwaje.
Provincial Prayer Care
We pray for the Ecclesiastical Province of Rupert’s Land: Archbishop Gregory Kerr-Wilson and the Provincial Council.
Diocese Prayer Care
WWe pray for Ecumenical Organisations: The Canadian Centre for Ecumenism; Adriana Bara, Executive Director.
Prayer for our Church Family
Father, we thank You for our Church family. You have called us to serve Your kingdom through this church. Thank You for the many talents and gifts that we each bring. We pray that we use them to build up Your kingdom each day. We ask this in the precious name of Your Son, Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour. Amen.
For those who wish to pray with someone, a prayer team is available after the Service in the left-hand corner of the Sanctuary. The Prayer Team scheduled for today is: Dulcy & Christopher
The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund
Do you ever think about the people we help?
Here is the link to a page showing how our contributions aid in making the world a better place:
To learn more about PWRDF, visit www.pwrdf.org
Birthdays & Anniversaries
To those celebrating, Happy Birthday & Happy Anniversary
An Inspirational Story
Have you ever had a disappointment in life that you eventually recognize as a blessing? Below is a reminder of why we should put all our trust in God.
A Tragedy or a Blessing?
Click here to view story on original website
Years ago in Scotland, the Clark family had a dream. Clark and his wife worked and saved, making plans for their nine children and themselves to travel to the United States. It had taken years, but they had finally saved enough money and had gotten passports and reservations for the whole family on a new liner to the United States.
The entire family was filled with anticipation and excitement about their new life. However, seven days before their departure, the youngest son was bitten by a dog. The doctor sewed up the boy but hung a yellow sheet on the Clarks’ front door. Because of the possibility of rabies, they were being quarantined for fourteen days.
The family’s dreams were dashed. They would not be able to make the trip to America as they had planned. The father, filled with disappointment and anger, stomped to the dock to watch the ship leave – without the Clark family. The father shed tears of disappointment and cursed both his son and God for their misfortune.
Five days later, the tragic news spread throughout Scotland – the mighty Titanic had sunk. The unsinkable ship had sunk, taking hundreds of lives with it. The Clark family was to have been on that ship, but because the son had been bitten by a dog, they were left behind in Scotland.
When Mr. Clark heard the news, he hugged his son and thanked him for saving the family. He thanked God for saving their lives and turning what he had felt was a tragedy into a blessing.
Rector – Reverend Christopher Belle – 450-672-4549 / email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Rector’s Warden – Diane Allen – 450-466-5112 / email@example.com
People’s Warden – Janice Candlish-Freeman – 514-235-7809 / firstname.lastname@example.org
To be a beacon of light and truth in our community
inviting all people to receive God’s promise of salvation through
Jesus Christ by the power of the Holy Spirit.