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Audio of most past sermons are also available here.
Book Study. Interested in learning a little more about the person of Jesus as he relates to history as well as faith? Beginning on Thursday, May 31 at 7:30pm you are welcome to attend a discussion led by Rev. Skinner in which we will use the book Jesus: A Very Short
Introduction by Richard Bauckham. Please order your book in time for the study. The study will last for five weeks, meeting every Thursday evening and conclude on June 26. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
How to Navigate the HealthCare System and Services for Seniors. On Tuesday, June 5 at 7:00pm, all are welcome to a special presentation by Gary Hepworth. Gary discusses the importance of being prepared and educated prior to needing health care services, common misconceptions and inconsistencies about the availability of services, and how to advocate for yourself or for a loved one. Subjects include the availability and limitations of regional health services, the differences between Retirement Homes and Long Term Care facilities and how to plan for your future health care needs. The presentation is approximately 90 minutes. All welcome, please invite your friends.
All women of St. Paul’s are cordially invited to celebrate The Women of St Paul’s Relive the 50s! Wednesday June 13, gathering at noon, lunch at 12:30pm. Wear your saddle shoes, poodle skirts, dresses and bring mementoes of the decade: records, photos, magazines, catalogues, etc. for our display table. Potluck Luncheon – remember those jellied salads, casseroles, mac ’n’ cheese, scones, pies, Queen Elizabeth cakes, etc. We look forward to Rev. Maryann Skinner as our guest speaker after lunch. Mark your calendar and hope to see you! Bring a Friend! Should be fun!
June 3 Supper at Wesley Urban Ministries. For many years St. Paul’s has taken a turn serving a Sunday supper for 150 of the needy in Hamilton, at Wesley Urban Ministries, a United Church Mission. This year food will be prepared at their facility in Hamilton. We are looking for volunteers to help serve and clean up at the meal; please speak with any member of the Mission & Outreach Committee. Financial donations from the congregation will help to buy supplies – envelopes for your donations are in the atrium.
Wesley Urban Ministries Case for Kids Walk, Run, Ride is on Sunday June 3, at Bayfront Park in Hamilton, starting at noon. The walk is to raise money to help end child poverty in Hamilton. Literature is available in the atrium. For more information or
to register: Wesley.ca/caseforkids or call 905.528.5629 ext 240.
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.
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.