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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.

Congratulations Patrick and Mary Ellen!

St. Paul’s would like to congratulate the Jeaurond Family on the safe arrival of their baby girl!  Meet Annabelle Chelsea MaryEllen, born at 6:29am on May 27, 2021  weighing a whopping 9lbs 14oz.  A little sister for Eric, Connor, Jordan and Kaleb.

Welcome to the World Annabelle!

October 14 to 16th, 2021 – virtual conference, Climate Change: What Can I Do?

The Synod of Quebec and Eastern Ontario of the Presbyterian Church in Canada is staging a virtual conference, Climate Change: What Can I Do? October 14 to 16th, 2021. Delegates to this event will come from all the Presbyterian Churches between Quebec City, including Montreal, Ottawa, the Seaway-Glengarry region, and Lanark and Renfrew in Ontario. They will hear from our guest speaker, Dr. Norman Wirzba, of Duke University. https://vimeo.com/547581487

The event is open to the public. The Synod will donate all registration fees to PWS&D’s environmental and climate change programs – a double bonus for us as we can learn more about our environmental stewardship while the Synod donates to PWS&D.

Climate change has been an ongoing concern in the 21st-century global consciousness. As such, we are aware of the scientific and political ramifications for the future. The Conference will seek to find out what a Christian perspective can add to the fight to avoid global disaster. It is our objective to challenge you to ask yourself, “What can I do?” How might your belief in Jesus Christ be mobilized to help save the planet God created for our enjoyment?

CLICK HERE FOR CONFERENCE DETAILS

Temporary Church Closure extended

 

The Session of St. Paul’s Winchester has decided at their Session meeting of May 20 to keep the church building closed for worship during June and July. The decision is made for the safety of the congregation and all of our families and friends. Joint Worship Services with St. Paul’s, Kemptville and Knox, Mountain will be available online every Sunday morning during the church closure at: https://www.youtube.com/c/StPaulsPresbyterianChurchKemptville

 

 

Oct 14-16 The Synod of Quebec and Eastern Ontario of the Presbyterian Church in Canada will be holding a virtual conference

The Synod of Quebec and Eastern Ontario of the Presbyterian Church in Canada will be holding a virtual conference about “Climate Change: what can I do?” in October 14 to 16th, 2021. The guest speaker is Dr. Norman Wirzba, of Duke University.

The event is open to the public. The Synod will donate all registration fees to PWS&D’s environmental and climate change programs – a double bonus for us as we can learn more about our environmental stewardship while the Synod donates to PWS&D.  for more details and registration, please visit: CLIMATE CHANGE – WHAT CAN I DO? Registration, Thu, 14 Oct 2021 at 7:00 PM | Eventbrite

A promotional video of this event can be found at   Norman Wirzba on Climate Change on Vimeo

Also, in preparation of the Synod Conference, on Sunday, May 30 at 5:00 p.m. there will be an informative discussion led by The Rev. Dr. Gerbern Oegema of Presbyterian College and Mr. David Christiani, Ruling Elder at St. Andrew & St. Paul Presbyterian Church, Montreal. You are invited to join virtually to share your concerns as well as your ideas! Please register at davidchristiani403@gmail.com

2021 St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church Calendar

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August 2 Civic Holiday

September 6 Labour Day

September 26 St Andrews, Chesterville Anniversary Service 11 am

October 3 World Communion Day and Communion at St Paul’s 10 am

October 11 Thanksgiving Day

November 7 Daylight Savings Ends

November 11 Remembrance Day

November 28 1st Sunday of Advent – Hope

December 5 2nd Sunday of Advent – Peace and Communion at St Paul’s

December 12 3rd Sunday of Advent – Joy

December 19 4th Sunday of Advent – Love

December 24 Christmas Eve

December 25 Merry Christmas

December 31 New Year’s Eve

January 1, 2022 Happy New Year

Updated March 18, 2021
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