Wednesday, July 15, 2009

July 20 - 26, 2009

St. Margaret’s 2009
Sharing the Gospel ~ Going for Growth!

Monday, July 20th
Tim’s day off

Tuesday, July 21st
7:00 pm Building & Maintenance Committee Meeting

Sunday, July 26th - Pentecost 8
9.00 am Eucharist
10.30 am Morning Worship

Growing Prayer at St. Margaret’s
Each week we offer special prayers for two families in our congregation.
Church Families: Kathi Kilgour
Tricia, Rich and Chelsea Laffin
Weekly Prayer Cycle: Counters

Can You Help?
From time to time members of our congregation would really benefit from a ride to church. Sometimes this is because of age, illness or giving up of a driver’s license or car. In order for us to be able to respond in a caring and effective way when the need arises, and if you are willing and able to provide such a service, please leave your name with the church office or e-mail us. Some of you are already offering these rides to fellow members of our church, and this is very much appreciated.
Thank you very much !

Gardening Volunteers
As we all know, the flower beds have been beautifully taken care of over the years. However, we are down to two talented gardeners - Julie Holmes and Doug Harris. One more volunteer who can handle the heavier work of turning hardened soil is needed. If you can spare your time and talents, please contact Tony Willacy.

Summer Schedule Notes
Bible Studies are over for the summer.

Administrative Assistant Position
Beryl has been filling in during Jodi’s absence; however, due to Jodi’s conflicting study schedule at the University of Alberta this fall, she is unable to resume these duties. Therefore, we need to fill this position as soon as possible. If you, or someone you know, is interested in learning more about this opportunity, please contact Beryl at the church or at home. Copies of the job description and responsibilities have been posted on the bulletin board downstairs. Please feel free to take one!

‘Just how would you demonstrate to others that you are true disciples and followers of Christ except by feeding the hungry, giving drink to the thirsty, clothing the naked, sheltering the poor, comforting the sick and imprisoned, washing feet and showing love for one another?’ Leonhard Schiemer, AD 1527.

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