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Read this post for information about Saturday morning prayer meetings at 6:00 a.m.
During our Sunday service on October 24 at 11:00 a.m., we will be hosting our appreciation service for Bishop and First Lady Walker. Please save the date, whether you are able to join us in-person or online.
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Canada has made progress with COVID-19, despite the more contagious delta variant of the virus. Gathering together (cautiously) is now possible! More than three quarters of eligible Canadians are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Ontario began to relax its restrictions during the summer. Your calendar likely has more open space still on it. Perhaps some Praise Cathedral Worship Centre activity, all responsibly social-distanced, can merit your time during your evening and weekend agenda.
Praise Cathedral Worship Centre Sunday services remains open (since mid-June) for in-person attendance, with a capacity limit of 25 percent of the church. The weekly 11:00 a.m. service remains live-streamed on our YouTube channel PCWC Live, and on the Praise Facebook page. Follow Praise on Twitter, and please subscribe to our Praise e-newsletter to be updated on news, changes and developments.
Praise Cathedral Worship Centre now uses Twitter (@PraiseCWC) to help us all reach out toward one another. The Praise Cathedral Twitter account joins our other social media platforms on Facebook; Mailchimp; YouTube Live and our on-line donation portal at Malachi.
Read more in this post. And be sure to follow Praise on your own Twitter account.
As we approach the beginning of the next church year, I invite the leadership and membership to join me in a day of fasting and prayer on Sunday, September 5, 2021. We will focus on “spiritual awakening and divine direction for leadership”. We will close our service by partaking of communion as we rely completely on the Holy Spirit’s power to sustain us in these challenging times.
For the service this Sunday, we encourage our online congregation to join us at 10:50 a.m. for a pre-service prayer.
Praise has moved the weekly Bible Study to Zoom to facilitate more interaction with our teacher and to give you an opportunity to see each other. Please no longer look for Bible Study on YouTube Live. Use your Zoom account to connect with Bible Study each Wednesday at 8:00 p.m.
We will remain apart as a congregation for a while longer, even as we come closer together in spirit. We will remain resolute and tenacious, passing our courage and determination to those within both our personal and virtual orbits. Mostly, we will do as God would have us do: survive first and foremost; and emerge from this trial stronger than we were when we began, with a faith in God’s strength and mercy forged in the fire of crisis. Be strong, Praise. Though the salvation of modern science is in sight, this long night of the pandemic will be at its most dangerous just before the dawn of the return to life in the middle of 2021.
Due to Covid-19 gathering restrictions, New Haven Funeral Centre will not host the annual Candlelight Memorial Service at Praise Cathedral in-person this year. The service will be livestreamed over YouTube on Wednesday, December 2, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. The Virtual Candlelight Memorial Service will also be live on our Facebook & Instagram accounts @newhavenfuneralctr.