There will be a Congregational Prayer Service on Friday May 2nd at 7:30pm in the Sanctuary. All are invited to join in silent prayer along with those who have volunteered in advance to pray outloud on our behalf.
Please contact Pastor Matt Sampson or Marilyn Kimberley or use our prayer request form if you have prayer items you would like to be included. It would be helpful for those doing the outloud prayers to have the names of people who need prayer (for health, or life challenges). We will also pray for our loved ones who need Salvation. For confidentiality, you only need to provide first names.
In addition, if you can share with us any answered prayer items you know of or you have personally experienced, that would help strengthen everyone’s faith and bring GLORY to GOD.
Everyone is invited as we experience unity before GOD in prayer.
Each year, Knox United Church, Knox Presbyterian Church and Agincourt Baptist Church hold a joint Good Friday service. This year, Knox Presbyterian is hosting at 10AM. If you’re looking to join us, please go to Knox Presbyterian Church.
Knox Presbyterian Church is located at:
4156 Sheppard Ave
The church is located not too far away from Agincourt Baptist Church down the street on Sheppard.
All men and women are invited to join with us at T W I G as we celebrate Easter on Tuesday April 22nd at 1:30 p.m. Marvin Austin from Forestbrook Community Church will be bringing us an update on Ministry to Honduras, especially with respect to helping to make education for children available. Special Easter music will be provided by Lois Robinson. We look forward to seeing YOU there!
Our very own Annie is in Capernwray Hall in England, studying God and travelling in Europe. While she’s there, she’s also taken some time to update her blog. In it she discusses her relationship to God as a personal one and it’s a good lesson for us all to remember.
When I was growing up, we always started our prayers with: “Heavenly Father… (insert prayer here)…In Jesus’ name we pray, Amen.” For the longest time, those words didn’t have any meaning to me; it was just a routine I grew up with. I didn’t know God well, so I addressed Him just like everyone else did. This one year at camp I remember one of my cabin leaders prayed out loud, simply telling God about her day saying, “Hey God, here’s what’s happening in my life…” I realized that you don’t have to sound fancy or holy when you talk to Him, you can be real, honest, and down to earth.
To read the rest of her blog post and learn more about her adventures abroad, please check out her blog, The Earth is Yours.
So then, as we have opportunity, let us do good to everyone, and especially to those who are of the household of faith. -Galatians 6:10
Agincourt Baptist Church is blessed to have so many volunteers who serve faithfully and are motivated only by God’s love and spreading it to others. This week, we’re featuring Alan Yoshiki, youth Sunday school teacher (and also auditor of the church finances).
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