Parish Notices for June 23
We are in the process of launching our new summer Sunshine Campaign. This is an invitation for all of us to make an extra offering of $50 (or more or less) to help us get through the slower summer months. You will be receiving a letter from the vestry making this request.
The Holy Eucharist is celebrated every Sunday at 11am. Breakfast and Bible Study at 9am.
Wednesday Cafe, Lectio Divina, Mass and spiritual Reading Group will resume after Labour Day.
Lavrock Summer Camp applications are available at www.anglicanenl.net under forms.
Junior Coed Camp (Ages 8–11) July 1–5
Intermediate Coed Camp (Ages 11-13 July 8 – 12
Girls Camp (Ages 8-13) July 15–19
If you find yourself away from the parish during this summer season, please remember to offer your weekly free will envelopes before you leave, to make sure we can pay our bills over the summer (& also consider signing up for the automatic bank deposit program).
Please pray for our outreach programs that we will be offering this fall:
the Alpha Course
the Parenting Course
the Bereavement Course
the Marriage Course.
“Come and see” (John 1:39). Remember to pray about and encourage your family and friends to share in our community of faith.
This fall the Anglican parishes of the Trinity Conception Bay Regions plan to acquire a shipping container, fill it with books, school
supplies, clothes, building materials, etc. We will then send it to the school in Mahogany Heights in Belize. The container will be converted to a Worship centre and dining hall by a group of approximately 20 volunteers from this area. We estimate the project will cost approximately $25,000. We invite you to donate funds or materials to be used in this worthwhile project. Money donations for this mission are to be given through the parish. For
the Material donations for the container, contact Canon Bill Strong.
the Planned Archdeaconry Mission to Belize: Loving God, you have called us to share in the gifts of your Kingdom. Strengthen and enlighten us as we strive to assist our companions in Belize, as they nurture education and development within their people. Enable us to bring forth our hearts, minds, and hands in your service; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
The Venerable Gerald Westcott
Priest, Anglican Parish of the Resurrection
Archdeacon, Trinity Conception
South River, NL