|March 4||Peter's Denial (John 18:12-27, Ps 17:1-7)||Bob Thaler|
|March 11||Jesus and Pilate (John 18:28-40, Ps 145:10-13)||Susan Allison-Jones|
|March 18||Jesus Condemned (John 19:1-16a, Ps 146)||Susan Allison-Jones|
|March 4||Sermon Conversation|
|March 11||Sermon Conversation|
|March 18||Sermon Conversation|
Susan will be on holidays from February 12 to March 7. She and Glyn will be visiting Adrianea in Australia. For pastoral care needs please contact one of the members of the Pastoral Care Team. Nate or Marlene Gingerich, Gerald Good, Sylvia Gallian.
Coffee Hour contributions for February so far are $25 for the House of Friendship Potato Blitz.
Lent is a time when we commit ourselves to an action that helps us to focus on God’s presence in our lives. As a lenten discipline the Worship Ministry Team is choosing to have a very simple snack of crackers and digestive cookies after the service with our tea and coffee. In a spirit of thankfulness for the community that surrounds and supports us on our journeys we invite all to enjoy fellowship with one another after the service.
The Kitchen Table is designed to be a place for Seniors to find support and encouragement. You are invited to join us here at Wilmot on Tuesday, February 28, 1:30 - 3:00 p. m. Please invite neighbours and friends who would benefit from such a gathering. This event will be held on the last Tuesday of every month. There are flyers on the table in the foyer as well as a poster in the foyer.
The pledge sheet will be on the bulletin board if you wish to sponsor me. All pledges should be given to me by March 25 th , 2018. Last year they raised $34,000.00 and hope to raise $35,000.00 this year. This money is used for capital expenses. Over 11,000 people experienced Hidden Acres’ in one way or another in 2017. Thank you for sponsoring me. Sandra Bean.
The Mat Weavers continue to meet every Tuesday morning from 9:00 a. m. to 11:30.If you are looking for something to do Tuesday mornings, we could still use a few more volunteers.
Winter Reading: While Being Mortal by Atul Gawande is not what you would choose for a light day’s reading on a cold winter’s day, it does provide lots of food for thought. You are encouraged to read some or all of it this winter in preparation for conversations in April on what matters most at the end of our lives. There are two copies in our library. It would also be available through the public library system.
WANTED Volunteers to serve as Greeters. No experience required. Qualifications: Ability to provide a smile and a warm handshake. Interested persons may contact Stanley and Verda Cook
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