St. David & St. Martin
September 24th, 2017
Rev. George Zimmerman Music: Jennifer Channen
Beadle Duty: Jean Liberty
GREETING TEAM: Ed and Peggy Campbell,
Lay Reader: David Dempster
Neil Earnshaw – September 25th
Nick and Monika Tocchi will celebrate their 51st anniversary today,
CELL PHONES: In respect for where
you are, please turn off your cell phone while in the sanctuary. Thank you.
REMINDER: Please do not leave keys, electronics or other
valuables with your coats in the coat racks, or unattended anywhere in the
2. COFFEE HOSTS AND FLOWERS: If you
can help with any of these please sign the sheets in the front entry.
3. FOODBANK DONATIONS: Food
items in demand are pasta, pasta sauce, powdered milk, peanut butter
and canned chick peas. Empty egg cartons are also needed. Boxes are by the
front and back doors. Please no clothing
4. POP CAN TABS, PLASTIC TABS FROM
BREAD AND MILK, AND EYEGLASSES: Please place in containers in vestibule. They are
used to support the acquisition of wheelchairs for adults and children.
5. CHOIR: The choir practice, in the sanctuary, every
Thursday evening at 7:00 p.m. All are welcome, regardless of musical talent or
training, to join us for great fellowship and music. No audition will be held.
MEETING: will be tomorrow, Monday September 25th
at 10:30 a.m.
BIBLE STUDY: will resume on
Wednesday, September 27th with a potluck supper at 6 p.m. Bible
Study will follow at 7p.m. New members are encouraged to join us. If you have
any questions please call Sheila Major at (613) -842-8349
COMMUNION: will be next Sunday,
FOR BEDKITS: The
church school is taking on a mission project – Sleeping Children Around the
World (SCAW). This organization (operated by volunteers) guarantees that 100%
of every bedkit donation ($35 per bedkit) reaches a needy child. All
administrative costs are covered by a legacy account set up by the founder,
Murray Dryden. To raise funds for this project, the church school will be
having a bake sale after the service on Sunday,
October 1st, 2017. Your support on that day would be most
appreciated. If you would like to donate baking for the
sale, please let Alison Girard know (613-824-0537). Thank you!"
SHARING: Youth in action to end hunger. Last winter, the
compassionate Grade 4-6 class at St. Andrew’s Hespeler Presbyterian Church in
Cambridge, ON, took on Presbyterian World Service & Development’s Farming
for the Future Sunday School Challenge to raise money for a program that helps
food insecure families in rural Guatemala. At a bake sale at the church, the
class made $350 in sales on top of the $400 they raised through the collection
of pop cans! The children donated the proceeds to PWS&D with the hope of
helping vulnerable families get what they need to grow maize, vegetables and
fruit trees for years to come. By working together, small actions can help
families overcome challenges and build brighter futures.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS:
- Bake sale in
support of the Sunday School mission project (S.C.A.W.)