St. David & St. Martin
September 15, 2019
Rev. George Zimmerman Music: Jennifer Channen
BEADLE DUTY: Ellen
GREETING TEAM: Ron and Barb Welke, Christie
LAY READER: Phyllis Barber
SOCIAL TIME: Margaret Robert and Alison
Scott Hayley September 15th,
Fiona Campbell September
15th, Ron Welke September20th
ANNIVERSARY Congratulations: Linda
and David Wright (42 yrs) September 17th
Jong and Yeook Kim ( 38 yrs) September 19th
CELL PHONES: In respect for where
you are, please turn off your cell phone while in the sanctuary. Thank you.
SECURITY REMINDER: Please do not leave keys,
electronics or other valuables with your coats in the coat racks, or unattended
anywhere in the church.
HOSTS AND FLOWERS: The fall season sign-up sheet is now posted in the
DONATIONS: Food items in demand are pasta, pasta sauce,
powdered milk, peanut butter and canned chick peas. Boxes are by the front and
back doors. Please no clothing.
Please note: No egg cartons are
required at present.
ENVELOPES: If you require offering envelopes please speak to
Robert Philp. Robert’s contact information can be found in the church
BIBLE STUDY GROUP: The Bible Study Group will resume
its weekly sessions in Rev. Zimmerman’s office on Wednesday, October 4th
at 1:30 pm. If you have any questions
please call Sheila Major at 613-842-8349
The choir practices 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 auditions are held.
ADULT DAYTIME SOCIAL will resume September 12th
at 10:30. Please let Ellen know ahead of time if you plan to attend. Ellen’s contact information can be found in
the church directory. Come on out and have a social time with friends.
CANADA REVENUE AGENCY now requires middle initials on
income tax receipts so could you kindly speak to Robert before or after the
service, email Robert at email@example.com or call 613-830-2981
September 15: International Day
of Prayer for Peace (September 21)
International Day of Prayer for Peace is a time to reflect on the importance of
upholding peace among people and across nations. A peaceful society is one
where justice, equality and security are available to everyone. To achieve
this, people everywhere need to have the opportunity for economic and social
development. That is why PWS&D is working in
some of the most vulnerable and marginalized countries around the world to help
families overcome poverty hunger, and oppression by promoting health, education,
gender equality, sanitation, protection of the environment and social justice.
While peace will enable a compassionate world to take shape, a
sustainable environment will also further peace.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS:
September 15th – Battle of Britain Commemoration
September 22nd– Recognition of church school volunteer staff.
October 6th - Communion