WILMOT MENNONITE CHURCH

COME WORSHIP WITH US!

Upcoming Worship Services

All Worship at Wilmot - 9:45 a. m.

(unless otherwise indicated)

June 16 Hope of Resurrection (Romans 6:1-14 Matthew 6:24) Susan Allison-Jones
June 23 Pride and Humility ( 2Chronicles 26:1-21, Proverbs 16:18, Philippians 2:5-11, Romans 12:1-3) Susan Allison-Jones
Juue 30 Envy and Contentment ( Genesis 4:1-16;Philippians 4:11; Isaiah 1-3a; 1 Corinthians 13:4-7) Susan Allison-Jones
July 7 Greed and Generosity ( Luke 12:13-21;2 Corinthians 8:9; Matthew 6:19-21) Susan Allison-Jones
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 ( Scriptures to be determined.) Carol Penner
July 28 Wrath and Love ( Scriptures to be determined) 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; 2Peter 1:3-7) Susan Allison-Jones
FORMATION HOUR
June 16 Fellowship time in honour of men
June 23 Guess Who is Coming to Dinner
There will be no formation hour during the summer months. People are invited to enjoy an extended time of visiting with each other.

UPCOMING EVENTS AT WILMOT

June 19 Pastoral Care Team 2:00 p. m.
June 22 Walter's Theatre 12:00 noon
June 23 Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? 11:30 a. m.
June 24 Mindful Movement 6:30 p. m.
June 25 The Kitchen Table 12:00 noon




Congregational Notes

Holiday weekends this summer

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.

Sept 1 - Mannheim 10 a. m.


The Pastoral Care Team

is asking for above budget contributions to the Good Samaritan Fund so that they can meet needs which may arise.


Snakes and Ladders,

the summer worship series, will be a study of the “seven deadly sins” and the “seven holy virtues”. We will explore ways in which love is disorientated through the deadly sins and reoriented through the holy virtues. The series was written by a group of pastors from Mennonite Church Saskatchewan.


April, May and June coffee money

will go towards supporting a single mom at Hidden Acres Single Mom’s Camp. $939.40 has been collected so far. $1,000 is needed to sponsor a mom and her children. Designated donations are welcome.


Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner Sunday, July 23rd

Be a host or a surprise guest on Sunday, July 23rd for the noon meal. Sign the sheet on the bulletin board if you wish to participate.


What are you doing December 7th, 2019?

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.

IN THE BROADER CHURCH COMMUNITY

MEDA Breakfast

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.


Come one, Come all!

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!


July 1 Fireworks at St Agatha Church

We are invited to join St. Agatha Mennonite Church folk for their annual July 1st firework display. The fun starts around 8 pm on July 1. There will be a fire to roast hot dogs, marshmallows, or whatever else people bring along for roasting. It is all "bring your own". People should also bring lawn chairs because the evening is primarily outside. It is a "potluck" for snacks (sweets, chips, etc.) that are served downstairs in the church. Contributions towards the cost of the fireworks is also welcome.


nvestment for you, bonus interest for your Church

Kindred Credit Union offers a guaranteed investment certificate (GIC) hat earns a competitive interest rate and then Kindred donates an additional .25% to your church. If you are interested in investing, please contact Kindred by June 30 and consider naming Wilmot Mennonite Church as the bonus interest recipient.


Canadian Mennonite : digital issues for the summer slowdown.

The magazine will print one issue in July and one in August during our annual summer slowdown but subscribers are eligible to receive a digital issue by email in two week intervals. If you already receive digital delivery throughout the year, you do not need to sign up again. To add digital issues to your subscription, please email office@canadianmennonite.org and include your name, address and subscription number (see your mailing label; it begins with an A).



 
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