St George’s members:
Next Vestry meeting – Tuesday, Nov 7, 2017 7.30 pm
REGULAR SCHEDULED EVENTS open to all — church members, friends, neighbours ……..
DROP IN – no registration required – no fee
Mondays 9 am – 12 noon
bring along knitting, crocheting, or crafting,
or ponder over a jigsaw puzzle
while enjoying the company of like-minded
Contact: Velma Fountain
Meet 2nd and last Mondays 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Music, games, refreshments.
Coordinator: Marlene Pearce
Second Monday of the month at 7 pm
A book a month, from classic to contemporary,
selected by the members. Open to the community.
Coordinators: Rev Dr John Ferns, Gillian Ferns.
October 16th Shakespeare: Timon of Athens (circa 1606)
November 13th Melville: Moby Dick (1851)
December 11th Celebration of Words and Music
January 8th William Wordsworth: Ode on the Intimations of Immortality
February 12th Austen: Emma (1814)
March 12th Kipling: Kim (1901)
April 9th Katharine Mansfield: The Garden Party and Other Stories
May 14th W.O. Mitchell: Who Has Seen the Wind (1947)
June 11th Marilynne Robinson: Lila (2014)
Women of the Church
Second Saturday of the month, 10:00 am to 12:00 noon except for:
next meeting: October 21, 2017 11 a.m-
hymn sing and pot luck luncheon – bring a friend or neighbor …
topic for 2017-18 Reading the book of James
Refreshments. Bring a friend,
Coordinators: Tina Luth, Judy Smith.
Men of the Church
Join the women of the church for hymn sing and pot luck luncheon on October 21st at 11 am
Second Saturday of the month 10 a.m. – meet at the church, join the Archdeacon and others for coffee and conversation at a local
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Tuesdays 6.00 pm to 7.30 pm drop in
Conversational English – informal setting for newcomers to Canada, visiting professors and students with discussion of recent
newspaper articles, speaking practice, reading, and emphasis on Canadian culture 3-4 instructors
Bible Study and Prayer with Rev. Paul Luth
Thursday afternoons at 2:00pm – Reading 1 Timothy 3:1 October 12th
Sunday evenings 7 pm – 8.30 pm (except 3rd Sunday of each month)
Reading Chapter 15 on September 10th Paul:Encountering the Apostle and Missionary by Roger Ellsworth
“The story of the apostle Paul is one of the most fascinating in history. The bitter enemy of Christianity becomes its most powerful and
zealous advocate. He spreads the good news of the risen Christ far and wide, and leaves many churches in his wake. Yet this is not the
account of how much a great and gifted man can accomplish when he sets his mind to something, it is a story of the grace of God that l
aid hold of this man and transformed his life. It is a story that is still being told as that same grace continues to work in human lies today””.
books available from Rev Paul Luth
Tuesday evenings 6 – 7.30 pm downstairs
This ESL (English as a Second Language) bible study is open to all new Canadians, those new to Christianity, visiting professors and exchange students.
Bible discussion, reading and interpretation (children welcome to hear bible stories)