Community Kitchen

Welcome to Our Kitchen!

Introducing the Community Kitchen– a new project from Community Food Share. All classes will take place at St Paul’s Presbyterian Church in Winchester from 11 am to 1 pm. Please see schedule below for dates.

The first six classes focus on how to add whole grains to your regular diet and will be led by Shelley Spruit from Against the Grain Farms.

All classes are FREE and are limited to 25 participants. If you plan to attend one of the classes an RSVP is appreciated. To RSVP, please contact Colleen Brock at 613-363-0956 or by email

For more details, visit our web site:

Community Food Share is pleased to offer everyone in our community the opportunity to learn how to cook nutritious, delicious and affordable meals in a fun, relaxed and friendly atmosphere. There is no cost and everyone who is able is encouraged to participate in the meal preparation and, of course, the clean-up!

Through hands-on cooking sessions this is a unique opportunity to learn new food skills, increase awareness of healthy foods and build new friendships by sharing what you have prepared.

Whole Grains on Every Plate

There are many ways to incorporate whole grains into your diet. Join us for six classes focused on whole grains. You will learn which grains are gluten-freeand how to bake, cook and enjoy whole grains for cost-effective and nutritious meals.

Each lesson will explore a new recipe featuring whole grains and whole grain flour. Everyone will participate in preparation and participants will go home with recipes and samples to share.

Wednesday October 25
Breakfast recipes for whole grain bread and porridge.

Tuesday November 14
Lunch menus using whole grains featuring meat replacements, vegan, gluten-free and whole grain salads.

Tuesday November 28
Dinner recipes for side dishes with a twist (no more minute rice!) and recipes for a vegetarian main course.

Wednesday December 13
Soups to make and freeze including ways to save time and $$ plus ideas on how to make the most of a slow cooker.

Wednesday January 10
Snacks and sweets – satisfy your sweet tooth or midday hunger pangs with a whole grain rice snack and learn how to make homemade granola bars, whole wheat crackers and more.

Wednesday January 24
Tastes from around the world including recipes and sampling featuring different countries and different grains.

Sunday School

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 everyWednesday from at 7:00 – 8:00 p.m.


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!

Everyone Welcome!

Upcoming Events for 2017


November 19 – We are trying out a new kind of Service. We will change up our serive and have a time of group study and reflection on a topic of interest to members of the congregation. Suggestions may be submitted to the minister by email or in writing. It is hoped to make this a regular part of our community life.

November 26 St Paul’s celebrates St Andrew’s Day at 10:00 a.m.

December 3 Advent Communion service at 10:00 a.m.
December 4 St Paul’s Ladies Aid Christmas Potluck Supper and Worship Service starting at 6:00 p.m. in the Church Sunday School Room
Please note there will be no morning service on December 24th.
December 24 St Paul’s Christmas Eve Service at 7:00 p.m. followed by refreshments.
December 25 Christmas Day
December 31 Regular morning service at 10:00 a.m.

Our Sponsored Family – the Nahhas family arrived April 23rd!!!!

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

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!

Memorial Garden

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
MacMaster MacMaster

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)

New Contact to inquire about use of Church Facilities

Tom Clapp, Chair of the Board of Managers, St. Paul’s Winchester is the new contact person to call to inquire about the use of church facilities. Please contact Tom Clapp at 613-774-3565.

If you or your group will be using the church, please mark the event on the calendar provided in the church. This way we won’t double book and we will ensure that the premises are ready for you.

A community of faith in Winchester, Ontario