Sunday, August 29, 2010

August 29 - September 5


Monday, August 30th

Tim Off

Sunday, September 5th – Pentecost 15

9:00 am Holy Communion

9:45 am Combined Coffee

10:30 am Holy Communion


St. Margaret’s Summer Bulletin Campaign

This summer we would like to see what churches were visited over the summer months. When you are on holidays we ask that you bring the bulletins from the churches attended back to St. Margaret’s and post them on the board in the foyer.

Letter From Partel: We have received a letter from our World Vision Sponsor child Partel. Please take a moment to read it; the letter is posted on the bulletin board in the foyer

New Daylight: If you subscribe to the New Daylight, please pick up your copy on the table in the foyer.

Back to Church Sunday The invitations have arrived, they are available at the back of the church.

Sunday School Meeting There will be a brief Sunday School teacher meeting following the 10:30 service. If you are interested in being a Sunday School teacher please see contact the church office

Salvation Army Outreach Total:


Growing Prayer at St.Margaret’s

Each week we offer special prayers for two families in our congregation.

Church Families:

Rob and Courtney Joseph and Ed

Diane Kalis

Weekly Prayer Cycle: Sunday School Teachers

Fall Sermon series 2010

‘Nine Big Questions’

Sunday Sept. 26th (Pentecost 18 - Back to Church Sunday – ‘Morning Worship’)

‘In the big scheme of things, why is my life important?’

Sunday Oct. 3rd (Pentecost 19)

‘Aren’t right and wrong just a matter of opinion?’

Sunday Oct. 10th (Thanksgiving)

‘Why is there something, and not nothing?’

Sunday Oct. 17th (Pentecost 21)

‘Aren’t all religions equally true?’

Sunday Oct. 24th (Pentecost 22: Memorial for family/friends who have died)

‘What happens to us after we die?’

Sunday Oct. 31st (Pentecost 23: Morning Worship followed by ‘Trunk or Treat’)

‘How could a good God allow suffering?’

Sunday Nov. 7th (All Saints: Baptism at 10.30 service)

‘Hasn’t Science Disproved Christianity?’

Sunday Nov. 14th (Pentecost 25)

‘In this day and age, can you really believe the Bible?’

Sunday Nov. 21st (The Reign of Christ)

‘If Christianity is about peace and justice, why has the Church caused so much war and injustice?’

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