Parish News for January 17

Parish News:

The Living Room

Friday, January 18, 10am in Mitchell Hall

Make room for God, others and yourself.

Unfinished Projects

Friday, January 18, 1:30pm in Mitchell Hall

We all are and have unfinished projects, and it can be good to get together and work on them! Bring knitting, sewing or anything you’re working on to the Mitchell Hall.

The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

Sunday, January 20, 3:00pm at St. Joseph Roman Catholic Parish

The week begins Sunday, January 20th with a service at 3 pm at St. Joseph Roman Catholic Parish. Other events as advertised on the Prairie Centre for Ecumenism website.

English Conversation Circles

Tuesday evenings

We had a bigger group this past week! Meetings continue Tuesday evenings. Keep your eyes and ears open for people who might benefit from this time of English practice.

Marriage Sessions

Sundays 6-7:30pm: Jan 27 | Feb 24 | Mar 24 | Apr 28

We have 10 couples interested in attending. Please speak with Amy if you are interested. A date night—dine, discuss, dash!

Vestry Meeting

Thursday, January 31, 7:30pm


Saturday, March 2

Mark your calendars! If you have a write-up, please send in asap.

Circle of Prayer

Throughout the month of January we pray for our wardens and vestry members. We pray for the upcoming meeting at the end of the month, that we would continue to be guided by the Holy Spirit as we work for the building up of the church in our time and place.

We pray for: Alice and Dan Entwhistle and for Samuel Ezeogwum and their families.

As the season of Epiphany unfolds, here is a thought about the miracle of everyday life by Wendell Berry:

“The miraculous is not extraordinary, but the common mode of existence. It is our daily bread. Whoever really has considered the lilies of the field or the birds of the air, and pondered the improbability of their existence in this warm world within the cold and empty stellar distances, will hardly balk at the turning of water into wine—which was, after all, a very small miracle. We forget the greater and still continuing miracle by which water (with soil and sunlight) is turned into grapes.”

Peace in Christ, who is our light and our salvation,

The Rev. Amy