WHAT IS HAPPENING AROUND

St. Andrew & St. David

For the Week of January 15-21

 

Monday

7:00-9:00           Welcome Home Group

 

Tuesday

6:15                  Session Meeting

6:15                  Stewards Meeting

 

Wednesday

1:30-3:30           Wednesday Afternoon Group

 

Thursday

6:00                  Choir Practice

 

Friday             

 

Saturday

 

Sunday

10:00                Morning Worship Service with Erica Lane              

7:00-9:00           Allison Group

 

Greeters for Jan. 21

Freida & Dale Needle

 

Scripture Reader for Jan. 21

Peter Jollymore

 

Counters for Sunday Jan. 21

Opal Blair

 

Please join us following our service today for tea, coffee, and fellowship.

 

 

Our Way of Collecting Tithes & Offering:

   We believe that gifts can take many forms.  We consider your presence here with us today a blessing and a gift.  Your gift may be a prayer, a

   song, your time, your talent, a strong hand, or a kind word when one is needed.  All forms of gifts are gratefully received.  For those who are able to present monetary offerings, the collection plates are located at  each entrance into the sanctuary.  You may place the offering in to the plate before services begins.  The plates will be collected and brought forward during the singing of our Offertory Response. 

Thank you for your gifts.   

    

            ST. PAUL'S ANGLICAN CHURCH HALL:   "KV Memory Cafe: 

     The NB  Alzheimer Society hosts a Memory Café in the Kennebecasis

     Valley on the second Sunday of the month. We extend a warm welcome to

     anyone who is affected by or has ever been curious about the uplifting 

     effect that Cafes have on those who are affected by the many forms of

     dementia.  The environment is comfortable, safe and inclusive. Each cafe

     features an educational speaker and musical entertainment. Our presenter

     this month will be Jennifer Doherty who will be talking about the holistic

     benefits of drumming, which can be beneficial for all, including those

     who have dementia. Drums will be available for people to try, too,

     regardless of ability. Come and enjoy an afternoon in the company of

     those that understand what you are going through. Sunday, January 14,

     2018 from  2-4 pm at St Paul's Anglican Church Hall, 4 Church Ave,

     Rothesay, NB. For more information please contact Mark Harris at 634-

     8722 or email mharris@alzheimernb.ca."

 

     THE CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW & ST. DAVID: The Wednesday

     Afternoon Group has started up again, and will meet from 1:30-3:30 in

     the Lecture Hall.  Everyone Welcome!

 

     ST. LUKE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH HALL:  The Monthly Breakfast

     will be held on Saturday, Jan. 20 from 8:00-11:00am.  Come and enjoy a

     hearty and delicious meal of sausages, bacon, eggs, toast, home fries and

     beverage for just $6 per person.  A joint presentation of the Saint John Y

     Service Club and St. Luke's.  Proceeds to outreach ministries.

 

     Annual Reports:  Yes, it is that time of year again. It would be

     appreciated if all Annual Reports could be submitted to the church office

     by Tuesday, January 30.  Thank you.

 

     **Please Note:  A congregational Meeting will be held following worship

         service on Sunday, January 28.

 

     SPONSOR A SUNDAY BULLETIN:  The cost of a package of 50

     bulletins is $6.75 plus shipping and taxes. Our congregation uses 50

     bulletins each Sunday.  If you would like to sponsor a Sunday, please

     speak to Opal.