Today and next Sunday after the service, we will meet upstairs to watch the study video (One Thousand Gifts); you may wish to bring a lunch.
Tuesday November 15 at 12:30pm: Terry Riley will be speaking on Standing Up for Human Rights at the Fellowship of the Least Coin event, sponsored by the Women’s Interchurch Council. At Mary Mother of the Church, 85 Kirkbridge Drive.
Bar None’s Prison Rideshare program is looking for people to get involved. Says Jude: “the prison system in Manitoba does not offer any way for individuals to get out to visit their loved ones. Offering to drive even one day a month or every couple months can make a big difference. Bar None will reimburse drivers for gas money, and there’s often cars that can be borrowed if someone has a license but no access to a vehicle. Apart from drivers, the group is always looking for donations as well.” They can be reached at 204-599-8869 or through the website: https://barnoneblog.wordpress.com/
Please be aware that some of our people have allergies or sensitivities to fragrances such as perfume, fabric softener, scented shampoos and scented lotions. Mild fragrances can cause strong reactions.
Next Silent Retreat Day: 9:45 to 3:30, Saturday November 18 at St Paul’s Anglican Church, 830 North Drive at Point Road.
Centering (meditative) Prayer: Thursdays at 2 pm in the sanctuary; and a shorter version Sundays at 9:45 am in the church upstairs.
Readings for November 19 [24th after Pentecost ~ healing prayers]:
Judges 4: 1 – 7; Psalm 123; 1 Thessalonians 5:1 – 11; Matthew 25: 14 – 30.
Note: On Sunday morning if you need the elevator, enter in the doors off St. Matthews Avenue and enter 641 into the key pad. Bob will open the doors for you. [If that fails, try calling: 204-470-2646]
Healing Prayers are on the first and third Sundays of the month, during Communion.