10 am, Sunday Morning
6:30 pm, Sunday Evening
For both Sunday services, we meet @ 26 Agassiz Dr. (click here for a map)
(Located in the gym of Winnipeg Mennonite Elementary School, near University Crest. & Wedgewood Dr.)
[*We enter through the west doors (by the parking lot, not the front doors)]
What to Expect in our Worship Meetings?
Our worship services reflect what we believe about the holy & gracious God whom we worship. Simplicity & reverence are qualities which you might especially notice in our meetings. We seek to worship God only according to His own appointed ways (Deut 12:32; Col 2:6-8), for the glory of God and for the edification of one another in Christ.
In particular, in our worship services:
- We seek to pray to God with thanksgiving, repentance and faith, for all kinds of people and all kinds of needs (Matt 6:9-13; 1 Tim 2:1-5).
- We seek to sing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs with grace in our hearts to the Lord, and for the edification of one another (Eph 5:19; Col 3:16). Click here to browse our hymnal: "Psalms & Hymns of Reformed Worship"
- We seek to give careful attention to the public reading of Holy Scripture & to the faithful preaching of Holy Scripture (1 Tim 4:13; 2 Tim 4:1-2).
- We participate in the Lord's Supper regularly - as an ordinance which serves to visibly proclaim the sacrifice of Christ for us & helps to strengthen our faith in God, according to the new covenant which He has made for us in Christ (1 Cor 11:23-26).
Our worship services are "covenantal" or "dialogical" - God speaks to us (through Scripture & preaching) and we speak to God (through prayer and praise). Here is a typical "order of service" for Sunday:
(Announcements, Quiet Preparation and Prayer)
Call to Worship and Opening Prayer
Hymn of Praise
OT Scripture Reading
Hymn of Confession
NT Scripture Readings
Hymn of Preparation
The Lord's Supper [*Normally, every Sunday morning]
Hymn of Response
Quiet Prayer and Reflection
Closing Prayer & Benediction
Thursday Prayer Meeting (7 pm - 8:15 pm)
Prayer is essential. Our weekly prayer meetings are, therefore, very important in the life of our church. Prayer meetings are normally led by our pastor, beginning with the announcement of prayer requests, the reading of Scripture (usually a psalm), and a brief exhortation from Scripture before we pray together (taking turns).
If you are a believer in Christ, or even if you are just seeking to know Christ, you are welcome to join with us in our weekly prayer meeting. Please contact us for this week's location.