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The heavens tell the glory of God' in Psalm 19, God speaks 'all the words' of the Ten Commandments in Exodus, and a woman is accused of breaking one of these ten in John. When read with the other two, Jesus' reaction in the tension and grace-filled story of the latter is first puzzling, then intriguing, and finally inviting. Please take the time to read and sit with these passages before church on Sunday.

This Sunday we will mark, in song and in prayer, a year of Covid-19, with a shared lament and bell ringing for the thousands who have died in our city, province and country.  

  • Prelude: Various (J.S. Bach; Bennett; Howells)
  • Readings: Psalm 19; Exodus 20:1-5, 7-17; John 8:1-11
  • Sermon: "Written in the Dirt" (The Rev. Karen Bowles)
  • Solo: I Will Sing You Home (Ennis/Murphy)
  • Postlude: Toccata in D Minor (J.S. Bach)

The cornerstone of our week, Worship at 11am is offered under the leadership of The Rev. Karen Bowles, The Rev. Jason Francis Meyers, Dr. Patricia Wright, lead singers and members of The Metropolitan Choir, and featured instrumentalists.

Please note that worship is currently online only, livestreamed from the sanctuary. The prelude begins at approximately 10:45am.

This service is livestreamed to Facebook ( and YouTube. You can also find the service on our site at, as well as on our app. Past services are found on the Sermons & Livestreams page.