On Sunday February 9th we will be having a dedication hymn-sing. For this to be a success, we need to know your favorite hymns. You can let us know your top 5 hymns by, either filling out the Handy Communicator found in the pews, or by sending your list via e-mail to Dorothy Gartshore at email@example.com.
The most requested hymns will be incorporated into the service. Please watch the pew and e-news for more updates concerning hymn dedication and special performances.
… Read more Dedication Hymn-Sing Service, February 09, 2020
In 1996, shortly after a subsidized apartment complex opened, the building leadership team realized that many people in their building were unable to provide basic necessities for their families. With compassion and the conviction that we are all called to ‘love our neighbours’, the KSM Food Co-op was formed.
Since that time the KSM has evolved into much more than a food bank. And the co-op has become a market where people receive Kerr Street vouchers, at no cost,
… Read more MGUC OUTREACH CHRISTMAS -> KSM FOOD MARKET
Sunday December 8, 2018
Memory Service at 9:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.
Sunday, December 15 – Advent III
Memorial Handbell Choir at both Services
Sunday, December 22 – Advent IV
Christmas Eve, December 24
6:30 p.m. – Family Christmas Service
8:00 p.m. – Christmas Worship and Communion
… Read more Advent 2019 at Maple Grove
Help celebrate our gifts of Time, Talent and Treasure for the 2019/2020 year! To mark the end of our Stewardship campaign and to provide a bit of a social gathering, we are having a Potluck lunch to be held Sunday, November 17, 2019 at 11:30 a.m. (after worship)
We would ask everyone to bring something from your family or cultural tradition. As a suggestion, we propose that
– those with surnames beginning with the letters: A –
… Read more A Celebratory Pot Luck Lunch for Stewardship!
The Cherub, Chancel, Handbell & Koinonia Choirs
Conductor Dr. Deborah Henry
Accompanist Eran Rozen M. Mus.
The MagicK Orchestra,
Conducted by Klaudia Thibault M. Mus.
Sunday, December 1st, 3:30 p.m.
Tickets: $10.00 at the door
Children under 13 free
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: 905 845-5721
… Read more A Celebration of Advent
Saturday, November 2nd, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Crafts, worship songs, a Bible story, and eating together: much fun for a whole family!
(Volunteers to help at the craft tables and meal set-up will be welcome!)
… Read more Messy Church Returns!
POINSETTIA PICKUP is this Saturday at 1:30-3pm. You can pick up your poinsettias in the Friendship Room. They can also be picked up before and after the services, Sunday December 8 from the Friendship Room.
PS: Your new poinsettia plant loves warmed up cars.
Annual poinsettia fundraiser to support of the ongoing needs of the church community. You have 2 weeks in November to place your orders by email or in person after services on November 3rd and 10th,
… Read more Poinsettia Sale 2019
Saturday October 19, 2019 7:30 pm:
Chopin, “Poet of the Piano”: The Warsaw Years
Fryderyck Chopin is often referred to as the “poet of the piano” for his
ability to make it sound romantic, happy, sad, passionate – no one
understood the piano better than he. It was evident from his early years
in Warsaw that he was destined to accomplish wonders.
Come and bring friends to hear the beautiful music of Chopin performed by our very own … Read more “Notes On The Notes” Concert Series: Chopin
Chrissy Lilly has written and published a hard cover book and the second printing is nowavailable. It is a story of two little girls, who very suddenly lost their father; and through their grief, asking questions, trying to come to terms with the unfairness of it all, and learning with guidance from their mom that, no matter what, he will always be their dad!
The Lighthouse Centre for Grieving Children greatly supported and guided the family through their grief.
… Read more “He’ll Always be my Dad”
Poem For the Sunday Lectionary (Pentecost +18, Yr C)
ONE PERSON’S THANKSGIVING
(Luke 17: 11-19)
I have never been blighted by leprosy,
nor lived in a place called Samaria.
I have not known the rejection, the hate
that some people have known
because of the colour of their skin
or because of the way they pray
or the gender of the person that they love.
And for that I am thankful,
… Read more One Person’s Thanksgiving