Prayer Meeting: Wednesday evenings from 7 pm to 8 p.m at the home of Phillip and Shirley Weatherbee. All are welcome.
Bible study will be starting up this year. We will again be meeting Sunday nights, and the study will move us through the book of Genesis. The time will be from 7-8:30, with the fellowship time being around that last half hour we have together. The Bible Study will begin on Oct. 4th, at Glasgow Road Church Hall at 7pm.
Word in Motion meets regularly each week and invite anyone of any age interested in puppetry, drama, clowning or just sitting in, to join them. Call Phillip Weatherbee (962-2798) Joy MacIntyre (368-2537) or Christine Wuertz( 621-2036) for a time and location
The Camp Keir committee is looking for donations of items of the auction and bake sale. Donations of baked goods can be made to the camp, through Rev. Andrew or the elders of the Church. Other items will be gathered in a “gift basket” to be auctioned together. Any questions, please ask Rev. Andrew or members of Session.
The Family of Rev. Dr. Gordon & Mrs. Azalia Matheson would like to invite you to join in the celebration of their 60th Anniversary on Sunday, October 4th from 3-5 p.m. at Zion Presbyterian Church. Your presence will be the best gift they will receive!
Anyone interested in helping paint the outside steps at the Glasgow Road church please speak to Phillip
PRESBYTERIAN RECORD IS DUE–$28.44 THIS YEAR PLEASE CONTACT: SHIRLEY ANDREWS AT HUNTER RIVER, JOY MACINTYRE AT BROOKFIELD AND CHRISTINE FORD AT GLASGOW ROAD
This Year, we are going to be hosting a series of “Community Potlucks” within our Churches. These will be once a month, and rotate between the three churches. Everyone and anyone is welcome to come along. They will held on the first Saturday of the month, and the first is on Oct. 3rd, at Glasgow Road Church, with supper beginning at 5:30pm sharp. Please invite your friends, family and neighbours to come!
In response to the ongoing refugee crisis around the world, especially extra attention that the Syrian Refugee situation has gained in the media, our church is wanting to respond to this in a faithful and meaningful way. The Presbyterian Church of Canada, through our work with PWS&D, has already been diligently working in this area. Through partnerships with other organizations, and with the Federal Government, there are many ways that we, as faithful Christians, can make a good impact, stretching our dollars much farther then we could on our own. Rev. Andrew has more details on how this all works. But if you wish to make a donation to our Church’s response to the refugee issue, please mark “PWS&D Refugee Fund” that on your offering envelope, so that it those funds can get there. As well, as a charge, we will be having a couple of events in the month of October to help raise money to add to this fund, as these are matched by the federal government until Dec. 31st 2015.