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.
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.
If you have announcements of meetings, events or anything you would like included in the bulletin, please contact Gaenor Howe at email@example.com or 613-448-3405 by the preceding Thursday. Announcements received after Thursday are not guaranteed to be in the next bulletin.
If you would like them included on this website, please contact Heather Pemberton at firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-774-3693.
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.
Don’t forget about the Craft Table in the Great Hall! Nothing welcomes our guests like a cozy pair of their own slippers to wear when they visit you in this damp spring weather!
Please remember our struggling friends and neighbours. Every donation of non-perishable food put in the Food Bank box in the narthex is a blessing to someone in our community.