The Presbytery will hold a special service highlighting musical contributions from various people and groups within the Presbytery. It will be held at Knox Presbyterian Church in Moose Creek on September 30th at 3:00 p.m. Members and congregations attending are asked to bring one savoury and one sweet dish to share.
St. Paul’s will join St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Chesterville, as they celebrate their Anniversary on September 23 at 11:00 a.m. Guest Speaker will be the Rev. Chris Walker. Potluck lunch to follow. Everyone welcome!
Kelli Trottier is coming to St. Paul’s on Saturday, August 11, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets $20 per person are available at Cup of Jo’s OR CALL 613-774-3565.
Food and Refreshments provided by St. Paul’s Ladies Aid
Proceeds to be shared with
House of Lazarus
Dairyfest and St. Paul’s
Hope to see you there!
Services at St. Paul’s will not be available for the month of August 2018. The minister, Rev. Bruce Kemp will be on vacation from August 20th to September 9th.
Donnal McIlveen will lead worship on September 2nd and 9th. For Pastoral emergencies contact Jorris Zubatuk.
Reverend Bruce Kemp will be available for pastoral emergencies.
St Paul’s Presbyterian Church 2018
Month of August 5, 12, 19, 26, 2018 – St Paul’s Closed for Month of August
August 11, 2018 – Kelli Trottier Concert at St Paul’s 7 pm
September 3, 2018 – Ladies Aid 7 pm
September 23, 2018 – Anniversary Service St Andrew’s Chesterville 11 am – St Paul’s closed
October 1, 2018 -St Paul’s Ladies Aid 7 pm
October 7, 2018 – World Communion Day at St Paul’s – Thanksgiving Sunday
October 16, 2018 – World Food Day
October 14, 2018 – Presbyterian Sharing Sunday at St Paul’s 10 am
November 4, 2018 -Day Light Saving Time Ends
November 5, 2018 – Ladies Aid 7 pm
November 11, 2018 – Joint Remembrance Day Service at St Paul’s 9:30 am
November 25, 2018 – St Andrew’s Day Service at St Paul’s 10:00 am
December 2, 2018 – 1st Sunday of Advent – Hope – Communion at St Paul’s 10:00 am
December 3, 2018 – Ladies Aid Potluck and Christmas Worship Service 6 pm
December 8, 2018 – Winchester Fire Station Christmas Concert TBA
December 9, 2018 – 2nd Sunday of Advent – Peace
December 16, 2018 – St Paul’s Family Christmas Service and Potluck Lunch – 3rd Sunday of Advent -Joy
December 23, 2018 – 4th Sunday of Advent — Love
December 24, 2018 – Christmas Eve Service St Paul’s 7:00 pm
January 1, 2019 – Happy New Year
“On Sunday, January 21, 2018 St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church, Winchester hosted a special celebration to commemorate Robbie Burns Day. The service was followed by a traditional luncheon which included Haggis – a special Scottish dish. Special guests, Piper Jack Yourt led the processional and Jim Duck performed the address and led the toast to the Haggis.
Many were proud to wear their Tartans to the Celebration!
Back Row: Janet Clapp, Wayne Burns, Jorris Zubatuk, Rev. Bruce Kemp, Addresser of the Haggis-Jim Duck, Piper-Jack Yourt, Tom Douglas, Phyllis MacMaster, Allan Fraser, Tom Clapp
Front Row: Ann Langabeer, Phyllis Workman, Ruth Pollock, Lilas Lancaster, Ruth Fraser-Douglas, Carol Zubatuk
From left to right:
Presenting the Haggis – Tommy Douglas, Piper-Jack Yourt, Reverend Bruce Kemp, Jim Duck performed the address and Toast to the Haggis, Sword Bearer – Allan Fraser
Special thanks to everyone who helped make our Robbie burns celebration so special. Jim Duck did an excellent job addressing and toasting the Haggis and Piper Jack Yourt’s talents on the bagpipes are exceptional!
The Session would like to thank Donna Wilson for her faithfulness in ordering and distributing the devotional booklet “Our Daily Bread” for so many years.
Starting in January of 2018 Donna will no longer be the lead for this initiative. If people wish to continue receiving the devotional you are encouraged to order it for yourself by using the form included in your present copy. You can also visit their website at ourdailybread.ca and get a digital copy. Thanks again, Donna, for your faithful service.
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 email@example.com.
For more details, visit our web site: communityfoodshare.ca/kitchen
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.