Events This Week
COFFEE BETWEEN SERVICES THIS SUNDAY!
February 2, 2015
Office is closed.
February 3-5th, 2015
February 4th, 2015
11:00 am S. Gerber Computer Training Class
7:00 am Men’s and Women’s Bible Study @ the Bogani Café
February 8th 2015 5th Sunday after Epiphany
9:00 am Holy Communion
10:30 am Holy Communion and Sunday School
12 noon AGM and light lunch
Saturday February 14th, 2015 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.:
'Engaging Our Neighbourhoods:
An overview of practical neighbourhood outreach and how it relates to our gospel mission'.
Living the Gospel in our neigbourhoods and cities in a relevant way changes lives and gives powerful witness to how faith in Christ changes us as individuals and as a community. Explore and pray together about how your worship communities can live the Gospel where you are. With more than pancakes, Messy Church and bake sales we are blessed to be a blessing to others so that they might glorify our Father in heaven.
Location: St. Margaret's Church, 12603 Ellerslie Road SW, Edmonton AB T6W 1A3
Date and Time: Saturday Feb. 14th 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Workshop leader: Nick Trussell.
Please bring your Bible, notebook and a bag lunch. Coffee and tea provided.
Register through the Synod Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by using the signup sheet in the foyer, or emailing Jen at email@example.com; registration deadline is Wednesday, February 10th at noon. Maximum of 20 participants for this workshop, so please register soon!
“Come”, my heart says, “Seek his face!”
Your face, Lord, do I seek.
Lenten Quiet Day
Saturday February 21st 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
St. Margaret’s Anglican Church
12603 Ellerslie Road SW,
Edmonton, Alberta T6W 1A3
The day will include:
· Morning and Evening Prayer and Holy Communion
· Three talks based on the psalms
· Times of silence for prayer and reflection
· Lunch is provided – suggested donation $5
· Bring your Bible, a notebook, and an open heart to seek God’s presence.
· RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or 780-437-7231 (registration deadline February 18th at noon)
Too Busy Not To Pray:
Slowing Down to Be With God
By Bill Hybels
Most of us have trouble finding time to be pray. There’s church and school and neighbourhood and job and friends and recreation. And then the crises hit! Time for prayer seems impossible to find.
As a pastor, Bill Hybels knows hundreds of people with schedules like this. Yet in his own life he has made the hard discovery that prayer doesn’t happen on the run. He decided he was too busy not to pray. The ideas in this practical book can help us to learn to slow down to be with God as well.
Bill Hybels is the pastor of Willow Creek Community Church, Chicago, Illinois.
A St. Margaret’s Book Study Group
Eight Tuesday evenings,
February 24th – April 14th, 7:30 p.m.
Sign up now by using the signup sheet in the church, or calling Tim Chesterton (780-437-7231) or emailing him (email@example.com).
Order your own book online from Amazon or Chapters (be sure to get the 20th Anniversary edition)