INTIMATION DECLARING A CHARGE VACANT

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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

January 18 – Feb 1st – Zoom Session – Stretching Your Family Food Dollar -5:30-6:30

I am reaching out to inform you of an upcoming nutrition program we are offering virtually at Seaway Valley Community Health Centre that may interest some families at your church or that you know in the community: “Stretching Your Family Food Dollar” (see attached poster).

This program will run January 18th to February 1st, Monday evenings from 5 – 6:30pm.

This short three week program reviews:

How to make a food budget and stick to it
Money saving strategies at the grocery store
How to use coupons/weekly flyers/apps
How to meal plan and create wholesome, cost-effective balanced meals for the whole family
Cooking demonstrations

Although we continue to hear the need for a program like this, we are having trouble getting enough people to join the class to actually hold it. We are hoping you can share the poster at your church where people can see it and spread the word!

Thanks so much in advance!

Happy Holidays to you and the whole Clapp gang! Best wishes in 2021.

Lindsay

Lindsay Boisvenue, MScAH, RD

St. Paul’s Church Building is temporarily closed due to Province-Wide lockdown.

Due to the Province- wide lockdown caused by increasing cases of COVID 19, St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church Building will be closed until at least January 31, 2021. The pandemic situation will be monitored and based upon Public Health advice, session will decide upon a return date for in person services.

Each week, On-line services provided by our Inter Moderator, Reverend Samer Kandalaft, will be available for the members and adherents to enjoy.

Wishing you all the Best, Good Health and a Safe and Happy New Year in 2021!

Sunday School Cancelled due to COVID 19 – St. Paul’s – “Charlie’s Kid Club”

Please note that Sunday School has been Cancelled until further notice due to COVID 19

 

SUNDAY SCHOOL:

We are looking forward to when we can begin Sunday School again at St. Paul’s once the Pandemic is over. Please enjoy the Sunday School Activities that are posted on St. Paul’s Website.

Jen Feeny and Heather Pemberton will continue to take turns instructing the children when it is safe to reopen Sunday School classes. There will be planned activities for the children. We are looking for craft supplies and people willing to be part of a teaching rotation. Interested?  Contact Jen or Heather to volunteer.