Friday, June 5, 2015

June 8th - 14th, 2015


REMINDER FOR SUNDAY June 7th, 2015.
COFFEE BETWEEN SERVICES!!!!!!


Events This Week
June 8th, 2015
  Office is closed.
June 9th, 2015
  11:15 am  Holy Communion at St. Joseph’s Hospital
June 11th, 2015
  7:00 am   Men’s and Women’s Bible Study@ Bogani CafĂ©
 11:30 am  Lunch Bunch Lunch
June 13th, 2015
  7:00 pm   Malankara Rental
 June 14th, 2015     3rd Sunday after Pentecost
  9:00 am   Holy Communion   
 10:30 am  Holy Communion and Sunday School
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Dates to Remember!
June 11th -  Last Lunch Bunch Lunch before Summer Break
June 19th - Habitat for Humanity BBQ at Neufeld Landing
June 20th – 3:00 pm  Annual Parish Picnic & BBQ at Rice Place
June 21st – Sunday School BBQ after the 10:30 am service

The Lunch Bunch is on June 11, 11:30 a.m. at St. Margaret's Church.  Everyone is welcome. Please join us for fun and fellowship.  Our "Theme" this month is "A Blast from the Past".  Please bring 1 or 2 pictures of family, school, vacations or anything you feel would be interesting or entertaining for everyone. There is a sign up sheet in the front foyer. 

Holiday Bulletins! Summer is a time we like to travel, whether nearby or in a far off land. We encourage you to bring back a bulletin from whatever church you attend on your travels and post it on our “Holiday Bulletin” board.

Anglican Marriage Encounter Weekend
November 6-8, 2015 – Providence Renewal Centre
“Take your Marriage to a whole new level”.
For more information please contact Gary & Kathy Hughes through the office @ 780-437-7231

Habitat for Humanity Barbecue
On June 19th St. Margaret’s will be hosting a barbecue at Neufeld Landing. We are looking for donations of smokies, cooked perogies with fixings, vegetable trays, fruit and loaf cake. A few volunteers will also be needed on the day to transport and help serve lunch. Please let Marci know if you are able to help in any way. A sign-up sheet is available in the foyer.

FREE 1” x 6” x 16’ – 0” Spruce lumber: These boards are salvage from the roof of the old demolished shed and are in too good a condition to just be thrown away. Presently they are piled on the bench located near the trees behind the church. If anyone can use some or all of them, please take them ASAP, otherwise they will be hauled to landfill when the old shed floor is demolished in the near future. For more information contact Lorne at the office 780-437-7231.

World Vision is looking for Special Event Volunteers in Edmonton.  Our volunteers act as our ambassadors at events, volunteering at our booth, answering questions from the public, and helping to sign up new sponsors of children. We usually have a few events each month that require volunteer support. Online training is provided prior to the event and there is on-site support at the majority of events so you will be well supported in your volunteer journey with World Vision. If you are looking for a flexible, meaningful and fun volunteer opportunity, then this is it! For more information please contact, Susanne Milner, Regional Volunteer Coordinator at susanne_milner@worldvision.ca .


At the end of May the Truth and Reconciliation Commission will be holding its final four-day hearing in Ottawa. When that hearing begins on May 31st it will be exactly 22 days until National Aboriginal Day on June 21st. Our Primate, Archbishop Fred Hiltz, has called our Anglican Church of Canada to observe those 22 Days with special intention. A website has been established (http://22days.ca), and there will be daily stories and suggestions for observing this time. You can also sign up to receive a daily email from the '22 Days' project. You can read a letter about this from Archbishop Fred and our national indigenous bishop, Mark MacDonald, at http://www.anglican.ca/news/statement-on-the-22days-campaign/3004358/; copies of this letter are also available for those who do not have Internet access. After that, please visit the website (http://22days.ca) and consider signing up for the daily emails.
           


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