Notices for Week of 5 March 2023
Notices: Lent 2, 5 March 2023
Good day dear friends,
This Sunday we will hear the Gospel story of the Transfiguration. Jesus takes three of his disciples up Mount Tabor to be alone and pray, and there he is transfigured before them. Peter, James and John have a powerful experience of waking up to the dynamic divinity of Christ in Jesus. As we continue in our Lenten journey, we too are invited into this deepening awareness of the Loving Christ Life within and among us.
Holy Communion every Sunday at 11am.
After liturgy on Palm Sunday April 2, we will be doing an Easter wreath activity with the children. This will highlight the life of Jesus from Palm Sunday to Ascension and how endings can also be beginnings. All materials will be provided. Please spread the word and let Lynn (683-1270) know if you will be attending.
When making an eTransfer to the parish at email@example.com, please put in the memo note what the donation is for.
Breakfast and Bible Study: Sundays at 9:00am.
The Holy Eucharist is celebrated on Sundays at 11am.
Children’s Church: Sunday’s at 11am.
Community Lunch: Sunday’s at noon.
Alcoholics Anonymous: Sundays at 8pm on Zoom.
Men’s Fellowship: Every 2nd Monday at 7:30pm.
Bereavement Support Group, 3rd Tuesday of each month at 12:30pm in the Emmaus Cafe.
Resurrection Yoga: Wednesday’s at 9:30am.
Alternative Spiritual Community (Group Meditation): Wednesdays at 11am.
Scones and Tea: Wednesday’s from 10:30 to 1pm.
The Way of Love: Wednesday’s at 1pm.
Knit Wits: Wednesday’s at 2pm.
Alcoholics Anonymous: Thursdays at 8pm.
Breakfast the 3rd Saturday of each month from 8am to 11am.
A new six week Revive course has begun on “Engaging in Scripture” – How to read and meditate with the Bible. Please keep this important discipling ministry in your prayer.
“Revive” is a program that helps equip lay leaders to be spiritual leaders. The participants will learn about themselves and discern their life’s calling; explore their faith journey and enter into a relationship with God; enjoy a sense of community and deepened relationships with peers; gain confidence with prayer, scripture, and spiritual leadership; and discern gifts for their calling to serve God’s world. Please pray for those participating in this program this winter.
Annual Reports for 2022 are now due. Send them to Father Gerald as soon as possible.
A note from the recorders: Please use your regular name on contribution envelopes (not nick names).
If you are sick with any flu like symptoms, please stay home.
“Come and see” (John 1:39). Remember to pray about and encourage your family and friends to share in our community of faith.
Please use eTransfers to firstname.lastname@example.org to continue to support our ministry. You can also contact our treasurer Calvin Adams to set up automatic deposit. Or simply mail your offerings to Box 142 South River, A0A 3W0.