What’s Happening

St George’s upcoming events ………

……….Next Vestry meeting – Tuesday, June 5th 2018  7.30 pm

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CHILDREN’S SUNDAY SCHOOL – every Sunday – children leave for Sunday school during the second hymn…

+++Commencing May 27, 2018 we will begin a new study of John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress.  This classic story, first published in 1678 has been beloved favourite of Christians for centuries.     A chapter a week for 13 weeks.    The children of the church are looking forward to this new initiative.   Check with Tina for more details.  +++


VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL    week of July 9th — another exciting year of planning for the VBS, be sure to invite neighbour’s children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews….. a wonderful time of fun and fellowship for all.  Details will follow

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REGULAR SCHEDULED  EVENTS   open to all — church members, friends, neighbours   …….. 

DROP IN – no registration required  – no fee


Craft Circle 
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


Community Seniors

Meet 2nd and last Mondays 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Music, games, refreshments.
Coordinator: Marlene Pearce/Linda Palmer


Book Club

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.

 Schedule:

June 11th            Marilynne Robinson:  Lila   (2014)

will recommence in October


 


Women of the Church
Second Saturday of the month, 10:00 am to 12:00 noon except for

topic for 2018   Reading the Epistle of James

Refreshments. Bring a friend,
Coordinators: Tina Luth, Judy Smith.


Men of the Church 

Second Saturday of the month 10 a.m. meet at the church, join the Archdeacon and others for coffee and

conversation at a local restaurant

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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

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Bible Study and Prayer   with Rev. Paul Luth

Thursday afternoon   2 pm

Join us to explore the letters of Paul, currently reading through Timothy.

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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)

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