Rev. Kemp is working his way through the book by J.I. Packer called On Praying. each week’s session will be followed by a Study and Reflection time on Wednesday afternoon rom 2-3:30 at St. Paul’s. Sessions will start on February 28. Material for each week’s study will be available at the church and under the post called Study on this website. A time of sharing and prayer will conclude each session
WMS is collecting non-perishable items for the foodbank on an ongoing basis. It will be delivered at the end of every month.
In addition to non-perishable food items, the food bank is in dire need of back to school supplies. Suggestions for donations are:
Primary Grades: small backpack, sharpened pencil, eraser, small ruler, small pencil case, lunch box/bag
Junior/Senior grades: sharpened pencils, eraser, ruler, pens in blue/black and red ink, highlighters, calculator (scientific), protractor, small pair of scissors, glue stick, pencil case, planner or agenda, binders and notebooks, folder to bring home forms/homework, pocket-sized French dictionary
Major drive is for Sunday, 31 July, but people are still encouraged to donate on the first Sunday in September. Items donated will be delivered to the food bank early the following week.
The Presbytery of Seaway-Glengarry has decided to sponsor a refugee family. To that end a Refugee sponsorship committee has been formed. They have asked each pastoral charge to name a representative. garnet Thompson form Morewood has agreed to e our representative. The cost to sponsor a family is approximately $30,000. Support for the programme will be by freewill donations through our local churches to the Presbytery. Until our application is completed we have no details on the family that we might receive or when they might arrive.