Monday, February 27, 2012

High Level of Student Involvement in Another Typical Sabbath at CUC

Last Sabbath was just another typical Sabbath at CUC.  That it was a "normal" Sabbath and not a special weekend convocation made the number of students actively involved in services even more impressive.  What is listed below reflects only that which took place in the College Heights SDA Church sanctuary.  Every Sabbath students lead out in Sabbath School divisions, help in many other central Alberta churches, run AY, take part in Sunshine Bands and Prison Ministries, and a host of other activities each Sabbath.
The CUC/PAA Saxophone Quartet played, "What a Friend We Have
In Jesus,"  for special music at both 1st and 2nd service.
  • The praise singing was led by the student group Laus Deo, consisting of Nic Roca, Josias Sanchez, Enoch Attey, Sandra Koch, and Ingride Duval-Castro.
  • The CUC/PAA Saxophone Quartet provided special music.  (Please see video clip below.)
  • Christopher Johnson, a 2nd year Religious Studies major from North York, ON, had the morning prayer.
  • Ross Mason, a 3rd year Adventure Based Counselling major from Montrose, CO, told the children's story.
  • Christopher Young, a 2nd year Adventure Based Youth Leadership major from Zealand, NB, offered the morning prayer.
  • Zach Loxdale, a 1st year Secondary Education/Religious Studies major from Bedford, NS, led the lesson study.
  • Nine CUC students each played or sang a solo at Evensong.
Zach Loxdale led the lesson study titled,"Creation Care."
Adams Babida, a 3rd year Religious Studies major from Oshawa sang, "Allelulia," by Schubert at Evensong.
Cari Astleford, a 4th year English major from Chetwynd, BC, played "Pastorale," by Franck at Evensong. 

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