|July 14||Gluttony and Temperance ( Ecclesiastes 6:7-9; Philippians 3:17-21; Isaiah 58:6-12; Matthew 5:6)||Susan Allison-Jones|
|July 21||Lust and Chastity (2Samuel 11:1-5; 1Corinthians 6:19-20; John 8:1-11)||Carol Penner|
|July 28||Wrath and Love (Mark 15:1-20 John 20:11-18)||Bob Thaler|
|August 4||Worship at St. Agatha Mennonite Church|
|August 11||Sloth and Joy ( Ecclesiastes 1:1-11; Matthew 27:11-26; John 16:16-22; 2 Peter 1:3-7)||Susan Allyson-Jones|
|There will be no formation hour during the summer months. People are invited to enjoy an extended time of visiting with each other.|
|July 22||The Dedicated Apostle||2:00 p. m.|
|July 22||Mindful Movement||7:00 p. m.|
|July 28||Campfire at Weber's||6:30 p. m.|
|July 30||The Kitchen Table||12:00 noon|
|August 4||Worship at St. Agatha||10:00 a. m.|
will once again provide opportunity for the Wilmot Ignited Churches (Mannheim, Wilmot, St. Agatha, Nith Valley) to join together for worship.
June 30 - Wilmot
Aug 4 - St. Agatha 10 a. m.
Susan is away on holidays for the next two weeks. (July 15-29). For pastoral concerns please contact Sylvia Gallian.
Valerie will not be in the office the week of July 22nd. The bulletin for July 28th will be printed this Thursday,July 18. Please give Valerie any announcements or items of interest by 1:30pm on Thursday.
Join Martha Smith Good next Monday afternoon, July 22, 2-4:30 p. m., to explore the role of Mary Magdalene: The Dedicated Apostle in the very early Christian Church. Featured speaker is Dr. Amanda Witmer, PhD in Early Christianity and Judaism. This promises to be a very informative and inspirational afternoon. Register with Martha Smith Good 226-647-4255 or email. There is no charge.
Coffee money for the summer will be sent to MCCO for the Ontario Indigenous Neighbours clean water project. Ontario contains one-fifth of the world’s fresh surface water, yet many First Nations communities in the province struggle with accessing clean and safe drinking water. Our donation will help First Nations communities in the far north of Ontario access sufficient safe, physically accessible and affordable water for personal and domestic use. So far $88 has been collected. The sign up sheet for snacks is in the library. If you are able to bring snacks for coffee hour on a Sunday, please sign up for this important ministry.
The summer can be a time when we may find ourselves taking a break from church for various reasons. However our church expenses do not take a break and still must be paid. I encourage everyone to keep their offerings up during the summer. If you will be away you can post-date a cheque and leave it in my mailbox. I will hold and deposit your cheque on the appropriate date. For some it may be easier to increase your offerings before you leave or to catch them up when you return. Whatever method you choose, I thank you for your support. Any offerings received by August 31 st will not only help cover expenses over the summer but will also help us meet our budget for the current church year. Thank you, Lia Fewkes, Treasurer
For those Sundays where our service will be held at Mannheim, Nithview Homes, and St. Agatha please do not bring your offerings those Sundays. Instead bring your offerings the following week when we are back at Wilmot. Thank you, Lia Fewkes, Treasurer.
Featuring speaker Jen Denomy, Technical Director for Vulnerable Populations at MEDA August 15 at 6 pm | Waterloo Park Pavilion (enter off Westmount Rd)
Adults $25 | Students $10 | Children under 12 Free Menu: BBQ steak, corn on the cob, Stone Crock salads, fresh sliced tomatoes, fresh RiverSong bread, apple square, tea & coffee Please come green and bring your own lawn chairs, plates, mugs and cutlery.
RSVP BY AUGUST 8 Online | www.meda.org/waterloo-events
Phone | 1-800-665-7026
Vegetarian option or hot dogs are available upon request We will proceed rain or shine! Dress accordingly.
Each of us knows someone who is struggling, and holding the hopeduring this time is so important. Come “hold the hope” at 10,000 Steps for Mental Health, on Saturday September 21st, 2019. Whether youcome on your own, with your family, a friend, your small group, or your book club, this is an opportunity to make a huge statement of support for those who suffer, to reduce stigma, and to hold the hope for those in despair. More info at shalomcounselling.org/hope or by calling (519) 886-6960.
A group reservation has been made to see Crooner Christmas at 2 p. m. at the Drayton Festival Theatre. “Get into the holiday spirit with a swingin’ yuletide concert packed with Festive crooner hits made famous by Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Bing Crosby and more.” To help us make plans please sign the sheet on the bulletin board if you wish tickets. Tickets are $35. No money is needed at this point and signing the sheet is not a firm commitment to go. Group transportation will be arranged.
Join us for breakfast and hear from Michael White, Chief Strategic Engagement Officer of Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA), as he discusses his role in philanthropic giving to alleviate poverty. Breakfast is on June 20 from 7:30 - 8:30 a. m. at the Stone Crock Restaurant, 1396 King St N, St Jacobs ON N0B 2N0. Cost is $15/adult, $10/student, payable at the door. No RSVP necessary. Questions? Call 1.800.665.7026.
The Annual Nithview Community Strawberry Social is being held on Saturday, June 22 from 2 to 4 p. m. and 6:30 to 8 p. m. Look forward to a delicious strawberry dessert with your friends at Nithview!
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