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The Wise Investor
Matthew 25:14-30Matthew 25:14-30
English: Good News Bible (UK) - GNB-UK

The Parable of the Three Servants 14 “At that time the Kingdom of heaven will be like this. Once there was a man who was about to go on a journey; he called his servants and put them in charge of his property. 15 He gave to each one according to his ability: to one he gave five thousand gold coins, to another he gave two thousand, and to another he gave one thousand. Then he left on his journey. 16 The servant who had received five thousand coins went at once and invested his money and earned another five thousand. 17 In the same way the servant who had received two thousand coins earned another two thousand. 18 But the servant who had received one thousand coins went off, dug a hole in the ground, and hid his master's money. 19 “After a long time the master of those servants came back and settled accounts with them. 20 The servant who had received five thousand coins came in and handed over the other five thousand. ‘You gave me five thousand coins, sir,’ he said. ‘Look! Here are another five thousand that I have earned.’ 21 ‘Well done, you good and faithful servant!’ said his master. ‘You have been faithful in managing small amounts, so I will put you in charge of large amounts. Come on in and share my happiness!’ 22 “Then the servant who had been given two thousand coins came in and said, ‘You gave me two thousand coins, sir. Look! Here are another two thousand that I have earned.’ 23 ‘Well done, you good and faithful servant!’ said his master. ‘You have been faithful in managing small amounts, so I will put you in charge of large amounts. Come on in and share my happiness!’ 24 “Then the servant who had received one thousand coins came in and said, ‘Sir, I know you are a hard man; you reap harvests where you did not sow, and you gather crops where you did not scatter seed. 25 I was afraid, so I went off and hid your money in the ground. Look! Here is what belongs to you.’ 26 “ ‘You bad and lazy servant!’ his master said. ‘You knew, did you, that I reap harvests where I did not sow, and gather crops where I did not scatter seed? 27 Well, then, you should have deposited my money in the bank, and I would have received it all back with interest when I returned. 28 Now, take the money away from him and give it to the one who has ten thousand coins. 29 For to every person who has something, even more will be given, and he will have more than enough; but the person who has nothing, even the little that he has will be taken away from him. : ; ; 30 As for this useless servant — throw him outside in the darkness; there he will cry and grind his teeth.’ : ;

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10:30 AM

Preacher: Rev Chris Carter
Worship Elder: John Crocker

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Preacher: Rev Christopher Carter
Worship Elder: Elder Wayne Dewart

Sunday, January 29

Lent 2017

Noonday Services

  • March 1
    Location: St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church
    The Very Rev. Nelson Small
    Trinity Anglican Church
  • March 8
    Location: Trinity Anglican Church
    The Rev. Dr. Rick Crockford,
    Fellowship Baptist Church
  • March 15
    Location: First Baptist Church
    Lieutenant Gleadall
    Salvation Army
  • March 22
    Location: St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church
    The Rev. Joe Gaspar
    St. James United Church
  • March 29
    St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church
    The Rev. Julie Ann Morton
    First Baptist Church
  • April 5
    Location: Salvation Army
    The Rev. Chris Carter
    St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church
  • April 12
    Location: St. James United Church
    The Rev. Fr. Vic Valles
    St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church

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Current Updates

February 19, 2017, Sunday Worship & Upcoming Activities

This coming Sunday we will be blessed with another message from Pastor Chris Carter  with his comments on another of Jesus’s stories.  Please come and join us as we learn how to invest our time well for the Lord.  

Activities at St. Andrew’s this week include:

  • our regular Small Group Meetings (please see Bulletin, Small Groups, on this web site);
  • our Walking Club (10 a.m. Mondays) – all are welcome;
  • On Tuesday, February 21, St. Andrew’s will be hosting the monthly Friendship Supper at 5:30 p.m.  This meal is free of charge, and this month the menu consists of Hawaiian Chicken and Apple Crisp.  It will be delicious.  Everyone is welcome!
  • Kids’ Klub, Ages SK to Grade 6 (6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursdays).  February 16 the children will be learning about Jesus and His Parables; and next week they will enjoy an evening of hearing about some of Jesus’s Miracles.
  • Kids on the Rock, children/youth of all ages (3:30 p.m. to 4:45 p.m., Fridays).  This drama club is working on an exciting Easter production.
  • Men’s prayer, for all men, meets at different local churches on Saturdays at 8:00 a.m.  This month  they meet at the Salvation Army, 61 Gibson Street, Parry Sound.
  • On Monday, February 20, the Church will be closed for Family Day.

If you are interested in one or more of these activities, please feel free to visit the church and take part in the fun and fellowship.

 

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