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 –
Seconds for Stewardship – This year’s theme “Loving Our Neighbours”
We are called to be the Church:·
to celebrate God’s presence,·
– to live with respect in Creation,·
– to love and serve others,·
– to seek justice and resist evil,·
– to proclaim Jesus, crucified and risen,·
– our judge and our hope.
Amen.—from A New Creed
Our 2020 Stewardship campaign with the theme of “Loving Our Neighbours” is now underway! It is the time of the year when we raise awareness of the time,
Called to be the Church: Loving Our Neighbours!
It has been some months since our Stewardship campaign has ended and we thank all members of the congregation who have made their commitment to the Church for this year.
Mission is all around us!
Please remember the Church during our offerings today.
We are still looking for contributions of time, talent and treasure to the Church for this year and would appreciate any contribution that is in you to give.
Winner of 12 international film awards:
“MERCY’S BLESSING” – a short film about love, compassion, courage and justice.
Filmed in Malawi, Africa. Written and directed by Israeli filmmaker May Taherzadeh.
Tuesday, February 5, from 7 – 9 p.m. at Queen Elizabeth Park Cultural and Community Centre
In a rural village in the heart of Africa, a teenage boy has a dream: to raise himself and his younger sister out of poverty.
WHO ARE WE NOW?
Your Transition Team invites you to participate in a workshop on our identity as a congregation
SUNDAY, JANUARY 27th, from Noon till 2:00 p.m.
(lunch will be included)
Participants will have opportunity to share and reflect in small groups on:
- What we have learned about ourselves from our congregation’s history
- If our congregation today was person,