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Visit to the Canadian Donkey Sanctuary. We are planning to visit the Canadian Donkey sanctuary in Puslinch on Sunday, July 8. If you would like to attend, please plan to be there for 1pm. Carpooling is encouraged. The suggested donation for admission is $10/person. The Sanctuary is located at 6981 Concession Road 4 , Puslinch. From Hwy. 401, take Exit #295 (Hwy. 6 N). Go north to the second road, Puslinch Concession Rd 4, turn left and proceed to #6981. To learn more about the sanctuary visit: thedonkeysanctuary.ca/about-us. Scripture reference is Numbers 22:22-33.
Save the Date! St Paul’s Awesome Yard Sale! Saturday September 8, 2018. This is just a “heads up” for our planned Yard Sale, to take place on Saturday September 8, 2018. The sale will take place on the east lawn of the church, times to be determined, but during the Farmer’s Market hours. If the weather is inclement, we will move the sale into the main level hall. Perhaps there will be so many items for sale the hall will have to be our overflow area, anyway? Please begin setting aside your “gently used, in good repair, treasures”, for the sale. The church cannot be used to store your items! There will be further updates throughout the next 6 months.
Book Sale. The Mission & Outreach Committee Book Sale is in support of the Canadian Foodgrains Bank. This will be part of the church Yard Sale on Saturday September 8. We will receive your donated books at the church all day Friday September 7 and before 9:00am on the Saturday morning.
Journey to the lands of the Bible. In May of 2019, Rev. Dale Skinner and Rev. Maryann Skinner are planning to lead a group of travellers on a journey through some of the lands of the Bible. Dale and Maryann have taken multiple journeys to this area and are excited to have the opportunity to do it again. Recent archeology continues to unearth more evidence that confirms Biblical accounts. Yet be it from a spiritual, cultural or historical perspective, a journey to this part of the world offers one the experience of a lifetime. The trip is set to depart from Toronto on Sunday, May 5 and return on Saturday, May 18 and includes visits to such places as the ancient city of Petra, the Old City of Jerusalem, the Galilee and Bethlehem among dozens of other sites. The tour has professional guides, air-conditioned coach and will be limited in registration to assure the best experience possible. Tour pricing is all-inclusive (except lunches). There are brochures and registration forms available on the counter in the Atrium. Please speak to Dale if you have any questions. Information is available online at: https://christian-journeys.com/destinations/lands-of-scripture/?date1=2019
Holy Land Journey Information Evening on Tuesday, September 18 at 7:30pm. If you are curious about journeying to the lands of the Bible or would like to learn more about the journey planned for May 5-18, 2019, mark September 18 on your calendars. Mr. Brian Watt, of Christian Journeys will at St. Paul’s United Church to offer a presentation regarding the trip. Brian has decades of experience leading, planning and guiding tours through the lands of the scriptures. Since forming Christian Journeys in 2002, Brian has facilitated the safe travel of over 25,000 people to and from places like Israel and Jordan.
Information on the Rose Window Memorial plaque, which gives a place to recognize and remember individuals who were important in their lives, is available here.
Donation baskets in the atrium for the Food Bank and for new toiletries, clothing and toys for women and children at Halton Women’s Place. These ongoing outreach projects of St Paul’s are recommended by the Mission & Outreach Committee. Thank you for your support!
Information on upcoming events at other churches in Milton can be found on the Milton Area Christian Churches Working Together (MACCWT) website here.