Our Church Family is so pleased to have children in Sunday worship. More teachers and helpers are needed to cover two classes. An online Sunday School curriculum has been purchased and teacher can go online to download lessons. A meeting will be arranged in the near future to organize a calendar.
If anyone is interested or has questions please contact Kathy Spruit.
Come and share in the enrichment of children!
CHOIR PRACTICE EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:00-8:00 p.m. – EVERYONE WELCOME!
Do you like to sing? Would you like to be involved with a dynamic group that enjoys sharing their musical talents?
St. Paul’s choir practices every Wednesday evening from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. at St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church 517 Main Street, Winchester. Anyone wishing top join is most welcome!
The Nahhas family has advised presbytery that their flights are booked (by the Canadian Embassy) and they are arriving in Canada on Sunday, April 23rd!
If anyone else would like to contribute to the family, please contact Doris, Phyllis or put your donation on the collection plate in an envelope with name, amount and for Syrian Refugee Sponsorship. The amount raised from the Lenten Lunch and individual donations will go to Presbytery the week after Easter.
New Phone number for St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church: 613-656-2222
In an effort to reduce costs for the church and eliminate the problem of wrong numbers calling the church for taxi service, the board of managers has changed telephone providers. The cost of our previous provider was an average of $150 a month for the telephone only. After review of four local providers, the board of managers selected ACN who can provide phone, voice messaging and WI-FI/internet services for $82.95 + HST per month. This will result in a savings of approximately $600 a year for St. Paul’s!
As an added bonus, with this installation, and when we pay each monthly bill ACN will donate the cost of a meal for a child in our locality! We would like to take this opportunity to thank Sharlene Fawcett, the ACN representative who helped us obtain this service and donated the digital phone to the church. Thank you Sharlene!
Dundas County Hospice offers a Grief and Bereavement Peer Support Group. All are welcome. Join this informal group to share, support and learn on the 2nd Tuesday of every month from 2-4 p.m., located at 4353 County Road 31, Williamsburg.
If you are interested please call Linda Johnson at 613-535-2215
Thank you to all who have donated flowers for St. Paul’s Memorial Garden. The gardens are beautiful!
Plants Donated By: In Memory of:
Arlene Nesbit David Lochead
Carol and Jorris Nellie and Harry Zubatuk (Parents)
Zubatuk Leonard McLean (Father)
Margaret Malanka (Sister)
Phyllis Donald, Doris and Mary Rae
Kathy and Joe Mac and Margery Fraser
Donna Donald Wilson
Wilson Alayne Hicks (Daughter)
Kerr Grandchildren Art Kerr
Stewart Family Emerson and Evelyn Stewart
Tom and Jan Blanche and Bill Rintoul (Parents)
Clapp Harold and Janet Clapp (Parents)
Doris and Gary Aaron and Orma Stoodley (Parents)
Reverend Bruce Kemp will be available for pastoral emergencies.
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Pass the word that Sunday School has begun again at St. Paul’s. Kathy Spruit has volunteered to head up the program. There are planned activities for the children. We are looking for craft supplies and people willing to be part of a teaching rotation. Interested? Contact Kathy at 613-898-3169. Please note the change to Kathy’s phone number.