We are holding a community meeting on Monday, April 3rd at 6:30pm at Sir Winston Churchill Public School. This will be a great opportunity for you to hear from and interact with a wide range of agencies, organizations and government officials. Mark your calendar. Plenty of details to follow.
Student Summer Job Opportunities: Ecosource
Yes, this is it the last Sunday of being Better Together, or maybe to phrase it a bit better, this is the last Sunday of our series, “Better Together.” However, just because the series is ending it doesn’t mean that we still aren’t “Better Together.” This week will be a great wrap up for series with some really practical advice.
Next Sunday, March 5th, we are going to have a pot luck lunch. So, come out this Sunday and sign up with what you are going to bring!
Remember, we start at 10:30am with great refreshments, followed by worship, inspiration and friendship.
Now Playing At The Sunday Gathering – A Story that will leave you in tears of both sorrow and joy. A story that epitomizes being “Better Together”!
We are all much “Better Together”, when we are together with friends, family, co-workers, school mates and at The Sunday Gathering! This week we are looking at my most favourite book in the Bible – Ruth. This is a story of love, loss, devotion, hardship, tragedy, hope, and the future salvation of the entire planet! This is a tragic story of a refugee family that is all but wiped out, of a widow devoted to her mother-in-law and of a man who cared because of duty and then fell in love.
Come out this Sunday to live through one of the most powerful stories of love and devotion in the face of terrible hardship. A story that ends with the main characters having no idea that because of their care for one another a king would be born and a saviour would come to earth.
As always The Sunday Gathering start at 10:30am with great refreshments and progresses through worship, prayer and inspiration.
This Friday, January 27th at 5:30pm is Seniors Connecting! This is a great time to sit down and connect with people your own age and with similar life experiences. So, if you are 55 years old and up, come out to The Journey from 5:30pm t0 7:30pm. We’ll put the tea and coffee pots on and there is sure to be some snacks.
Homework Club is now:
The Learning Spot
So, why the name change? Many children are not assigned homework in the elementary grades, but they still need help in learning the basics of the material they are being taught in school. So, The Learning Spot is a place and a time where a child can do their homework, if they have some, but we will also proved relevant lessons and assignments to assist them to better grasp what they are being taught in school. The program is for children in Grades 3-5 and it runs on Mondays and Wednesdays right after school from 3:15pm to 5:00pm.