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Alberton Presbyterian Church

The Tranquility of the country on the edge of the City
Our Sunday worship service is at 9:30 am.

Alberton Church with over 160 years of experience in caring for
the spiritual needs of the Alberton community.

Starting on Sunday, September 7th Dr. Bernhardt will begin a series of four sermons under the general title "Stories of Grace." Two of the sermons will focus on parables and the other two will highlight personal stories from the life of the Christian Church. The services will all be at 9:30 am. The sermons will be "The Good Samaritan" on September 7th., "Amazing Grace" on September 14th., "Through Gates of Splendor" on September 28th. and "The Prodigal Son" on October 5th. For details concerning worship on September 21st. see the announcement below. The worship service on October 5th. will also include Communion. Each of the sermons on grace will focus on a different aspect of God's grace in Jesus Christ.

Special note concerning Sunday, September 21st.
There will be no worship service in Alberton Church on September 21st. Instead you are invited to attend the worship service at the Ancaster Fair at 9:30 am. For details about this service click on Ancaster Fair.

Remembering Our Past
Remembering our past is not just about studying history. Being more aware of the past can shape how we think about life today and plan for the future. History can also help us to appreciate the spiritual dimension of life. We highlight a few events from the past with a Canadian Connection to illustrate this. Click on each entry for the details.
August 29th. (1907)         September 1st. (1850)

The 2014 Summer Challenge

Each summer the Minister issues some sort of spiritual challenge to the people of Alberton Church. The 2014 Summer Challenge invites you to use a daily spiritual check list of spiritual concerns for 30 days and to keep a spiritual Journal of your thoughts and responses. Of course, if the exercise proves to be beneficial then participants are encouraged to continue it in whatever form works best for them. However, if after 30 days, people discover that keeping a Journal just isn't their thing they will still have had the benefit of gaining some spiritual insights.

We are inviting visitors to our website to participate as well. To learn more about the summer challenge check out these resources.
An introduction to the Challenge - Keeping a Spiritual Journal.
Notes on personal prayer (an important element of the Challenge)
A specimen Journal page which you may print out and use.
Will you accept this challenge?

For additional details about our worship services or events listed here please contact us at: info@albertonchurch.ca

Visitors are welcomed at Alberton Church

Whether you are just passing through, an old friend dropping in to say hello, or someone from the community who is looking for a church home, we want you to feel welcome. Each weekly worship service concludes with an informal gathering for refreshments and casual conversation. We would love to welcome you. For some additional information about us click on Alberton Church

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