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This summer St. Clare’s Anglican Church will be offering two events for all interested.

Greetings All:

This summer St. Clare’s Anglican Church will be offering two events for all interested.  St. Clare’s is located on Falcone Lane in Winchester.

Summer Teaching Series – The Lord’s Prayer 

Wednesdays at 2pm, starting July 13th  

Join us as we examine this much beloved prayer that is familiar to all the Christian denominations.  We will be using the book Journey in Prayer by John Smed (2020) to guide us through this study.  This series is open to all interested.  While childcare is not available, we do have toys and coloring books for young ones to enjoy.  Coffee and tea will be available.  Please email stephanie.mcwatt@stclaresanglican.ca to register.

The book can be ordered here: Canada’s Christian Store – Search results for: ‘journey in prayer john smed’ – Free Shipping Over $50 (parasource.com)

 

Open Community Crafting Session 

Tuesdays at 3pm, starting July 12th 

Join us with your crafts!  Come and meet new people while working on some of your crafts and projects.  Plenty of tables to spread out your work space, plenty of electrical outlets to plug in various crafting tools.  Children are welcome to come as well!  We do have a limited supply of children’s craft supplies. Please email stephanie.mcwatt@stclaresanglican.ca to register.  Coffee and Tea will be served.

We are also working on evening Taize services every two weeks – stay tuned for that!

Looking forward to see all of you at our next meeting here at St. Clares on July 14th at 630pm.

Blessings,

Rev Steph

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Calendar of Events – 2022

Back to Church –  Church Services at St. Paul’s,  Winchester, St. Andrew’s , Chesterville and Morewood Presbyterian Church will resume on September 4.  Looking forward to seeing everyone again!

 

September 10    Garden Party Market at St Paul’s 10 to 3 pm

September 18 – 3-4 p.m.   Ecumenical Worship Service at the North Grenville Plowing and Rural Expo.  Location:  Kemptville West End Campus @ Dickinson Trail

September 20 – Presbytery of Seaway Glengarry Meeting St. Andrew’s Know Spencerville 9:30 a.m.

 

September 25    Guest Minister – Reverend Bruce Kemp – Joint Worship Service and Communion to Celebrate St Andrews Presbyterian Church Anniversary, Chesterville 11 am followed by Potluck Lunch

Friday September 16

Presbytery of Seaway Glengarry is planning a field trip to Akwesasne to learn about Indigenous Issues.

Tour Native North American Museum

Visit Travelling College

Lunch with Traditional Foods

Music and Dancing

Session will be Meeting Tuesday September 27th 6:30 pm in Church Hall.

 

October 2            World Communion Day

 

 

October 8            Garden Party Market at St Paul’s 10 to 3 pm

 

October 16          Presbyterian Sharing Sunday and World Food Day Service led by Kathy Spruit and Phyllis MacMaster 10 am

 

November 6       Daylight Saving Day

 

November 11     Remembrance Day

 

November 27     1st Sunday of Advent

 

December 4        Communion at St Paul’s

December 4     – 2nd Sunday of Advent 10 am

December 4     – 2nd Sunday of Advent 10 am

December 11     3rd Sunday of Advent

December 11     3rd Sunday of Advent

December – Family Christmas Service

 

December 18   –  4th Sunday of Advent

 

December 24     Christmas Eve Service at St. Paul’s at 7:00 p.m.

 

 

December 25     Christmas Day –  Christmas Day Worship Joint Service hosted by Morewood Presbyterian Church on December 25 at  11:15 am

 

January 1             New Years Day

 

Lenten Garden

Interactive Lenten Garden – Look under the banner: Current Sunday School Activities: Each week a new link will be added for the children (and children at heart) to enjoy.

To access the activities please click the following link:

Click here to view the Lent 4 Garden which begins Sunday, March 14, 2021

March 21, 2021:
Click here to view the Lent 5 Garden which begins Sunday, March 21, 2021

March 7, 2021: 3rd Sunday of Lent https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1attSPKt9f7uMmXTGCrFiA3gIyQdDD2T1-4e1Fc_RscE/present?slide=id.gb52f1e3768_0_0

Click here to view the Lent 2 Garden which begins on Sunday, February 28

To prepare in advance this is what you will need:
Click here to get → Resources for Lent Garden Crafts and Recipes

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Welcome to the Garden – Lent 2
Author: Tori Smit
Categories: Blog, Christian Education Archive

Welcome to our Lent Garden.

Today’s Lent 2 garden is one of six Lent Gardens you will find uploaded here week-by-week during the season of Lent. The gardens have each been created for people of all ages to interact with over this season of as we journey toward Jerusalem and Holy Week together.

You can begin your visit by first clicking on the link to the Lent 2 Garden found at the end of this article. This will open up a new slide that looks just like the photo found at the top of this article. The photo will not take you to the interactive garden – only the link at the end of the article will do that.

Once you have the garden slide opened, click on the open bible on the park bench. You will then be taken to a collection of daily bible readings, children’s bible story readings, prayers, and questions to think about throughout the week. Once you’ve got these devotions in hand, go ahead and click around the rest of the garden to discover so much more.

The itty bitty library boxes behind the park bench each unlock a video recording of a wonderful bible story for everyone to enjoy. The stories you view come from two of the bible story books listed in the weekly devotions.

The hanging flower basket will take you on a weekly adventure of garden musings and ideas with Kristine O’Brien, an avid gardener and thoughtful minister.

The guitar leaning against the tree sings out a brand new or much loved hymn or song that will connect you to our weekly bible story and theme. You’ll want to sing along with all of these talented musicians.

Do you feel like going for a walk? Click on the wooden door and walk into a world of labyrinth visits, reflections and finger labyrinth opportunities.

Is it time to be creative? The garden gnome reveals a simple craft idea that makes use of materials that you likely already have at home.

And when it’s time for something to eat, click on the picnic basket for a new recipe or two to try out at home.

Enjoy your time in the garden and don’t forget to return next Sunday for a new garden journey.

Click here to view the Lent 2 Garden which begins on Sunday, February 28

INTIMATION DECLARING A CHARGE VACANT

To view signed document see:

Intimation declaring a charge vacant – Chesterville, Winchester, Morewood

The Presbytery of Seaway-Glengarry
Mrs. Ruth Pollock, Moderator
Mrs. Donna McIlveen, Clerk
Clerk: 1711 County Road 2 Johnstown ON K0E 1T1 – 613-657-3803 – donnamcilveen79@gmail.com

INTIMATION DECLARING A CHARGE VACANT
In consequence of the retirement of the Rev. Bruce W. Kemp, formerly minister of the pastoral charge of
St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Chesterville, St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church, Winchester and Morewood Presbyterian Church, Morewood, the Presbytery of Seaway-Glengarry hereby intimates and declares the charge to be vacant and calls upon all parties concerned to proceed, according to the laws and practice of the church, to the obtaining of a minister to fill the vacancy.

January 1, 2021 Mrs. Donna McIlveen, clerk
Johnstown, Ontario The Presbytery of Seaway-Glengarry