Love on Lebanon
Thank you for the generous love offering, totalling $16,675, to help support the Beit El Safa Girls’ Home in Lebanon. We pray that the girls’ lives and this ministry will be richly blessed as a result.
Children’s Summer Program
Beginning this Sunday, June 30 at 11:00 am, children aged 3-11 will be going on an exciting safari adventure at “ROAR!” Our theme is: “Life is wild … God is good!” Parents are asked to please both drop their children off downstairs, as well as pick them up promptly after the service.
We are making available as posters, the banners from our past sermon series. Allow these biblical themes and Scriptures to minister to you where you live! The dimensions are 101 cm (39.7 in) x 156 cm (61.5 in). Click on the following link to see the selection and email Joeleen at email@example.com with the full title or verse that’s printed on the image. A suggested donation of $10 would be appreciated. https://tinyurl.com/y3ndrv44
As a result of last Sunday’s Member’s Meeting, the following were approved:
Annual Budget for fiscal year, July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020
Minutes from previous meetings
Adopting the Fellowship Policy Statement on Marriage and Human Sexuality
Patrick Houlden was received into membership
Paul gave a ministry update, a copy of which was distributed in the church mailboxes for this morning.
Please note that the Wednesday evening prayer meeting will be taking a break for the summer, and will resume on September 4th.
Men’s Canoe Trip 2019
Summer has finally arrived! Thinking about getting away?
If you are interested in going on a summer canoe trip, join a group of men from Grace on the Civic Holiday weekend, August 3-5. Please speak with Andrew Jermacans for more information. To sign up, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parking Lot Construction Update
Construction on the parking lot continued to make good progress this week. The first layer of our sub-grade is completed and so we have the full area to park on. Our old light poles have been removed and work is being done to prepare the new lighting, but our lot will rely on sunlight for the next several weeks. If you are driving in or out of the church in the evening or early morning, please be careful. Next week, they will begin installing the curbs. It may mean temporary closures in one or the other of our entrances. Always check before you pull in. We’re still hoping to have the parking lot complete by the end of July. Thank you for your patience.
A 74-year-old man who walks with a cane and doesn’t drive wants to attend our church and has asked whether there is anyone who can drive him. He lives at 125 Pugsley Avenue. We do have an offer for pick up. If you think you might be able to drop him off after the 11 am service, please contact the office at email@example.com.
Beryl has been admitted to palliative care at Mackenzie Health. She is in A Wing, Room 136. Please pray for peace and comfort for her.