Invitation from Bruce and Diana – September 26, 2021


Bruce and Diana Kemp are inviting St. Paul’s congregation to their home, (82 McNallys Lane, Westport) on Sunday, Sept. 26 following church. They are inviting you for a time to visit outdoors & to walk their trails.

Please bring your own lunch or snacks and a lawn chair.

If needing transportation please meet at the church following church service where carpooling could be available.

Update Proceeds from Fries for Charity September 11 at St. Paul’s

Note from Leslie Levere, Garden Coordinator:

Leslie Scharfe and I are so appreciative of the work that the church members put into the Fries for Charity event, both leading up to and during the fundraiser on Saturday. From organizing the event with Al and Judy and prepping the potatoes (500 lbs worth!) to collecting donations and filling basket upon basket with cut potatoes, we are extremely grateful for your help and your encouragement!

This past weekend, it was amazing to see the support of the community garden from the community itself. With the funds raised ($2,710) , not only will we be able to cover the regular expenses of the garden, but we can also brainstorm new projects at the garden, as well as support the new butterfly/pollinator garden.

To show our appreciation of St. Paul’s, we would like to make a donation of $500 to the church from the funds raised during Fries for Charity. The event really would not have been possible without you. Thank you again!

As we start to wind down the season for this year, we’re looking forward to harvesting the last of the produce over the next several weeks. And then we can start dreaming of next year’s garden!


Prayer Cycle of our Fellow Churches

We pray for First Presbyterian Church in Brockville


the process of receiving and distributing COVID vaccines in Canada.
creative and inspired ways for us to be the church of Christ in the world.
our global church family.
teachers and students as they prepare for return to school in September
all those infected with COVID-19 and their families.
Doctors and nurses on the front lines.
Churches in our town and in the Presbytery of Seaway-Glengarry.
people who feel lonely and depressed.
opportunities to show kindness to others.
the strengthening of the family unit during the third wave of COVID-19.
the unity of our country during this stressful time.

Hear Seaway-Glengarry’s Good News

Click here to read → :  S-G_HearGoodNews-Final (1)

This was a project of Presbytery and congregations were invited to submit reports on special activities and things they implemented during the pandemic.  Tom Clapp submitted a story on the community garden and Phyllis MacMaster submitted a story on our church activities during the pandemic.  St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church is featured in the booklet in two spots.  One is on page 36 for the Community Garden and then on page 57 for our report of activities during the pandemic.

A hard copy has been printed and will be in the Church Library

There ae many ideas from congregations in our Presbytery and some may be things we could consider for our congregation.