|August 18||Service at Nithview Home|
|August 25||Snakes and Ladders: Playing the Game in Real Life|
|September 1||Worship at Mannheim|
|There will be no formation hour during the summer months. People are invited to enjoy an extended time of visiting with each other.|
|August 18||Worship at Nithvie||10:00 a. m.|
|August 18||Picnic ar Bowman's||12:00 p. m.|
|August 25||Campfire at Weber's||6:20 p. m.|
|August 26||Mindful Movement||7:30 p. m.|
|August 27||Kitchen Table||12:00 noon|
|August 28||Pastoral Ministry Team Meeting||2:00 p. m.|
|September 1||Worship at Mannheim||10:00 a. m.|
|September 12||Team Leader Meeting||7:00 a. m.|
|November 3||Annual Meeting||11:00 a. m.|
service will be at Nithview Home at 10:00 am. After the service you are invited to a picnic at Dave and Bonnie Lee Bowman’s home. (72 William Street, New Hamburg) Please bring a first course item to share. Drinks and dessert will be provided. Bring your own plate, cutlery and lawn chair if possible.
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 we have collected $146.90.
Activities include stories, crafts, games and snacks. August 26-29 from 9:00a. m. – 11:30 a. m. for children ages 5-11. Phone the office to register.
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.
Sunday, August 18, 2:30 p.m., 3445 Roseville Road, Roseville. The Fair Wind sings and plays acoustically, the traditional music of England, Ireland and Scotland. They treat listeners to traditional songs, jigs, and reels, mined from the rich heritage of the British Isles and Ireland. A freewill offering in support of Meetinghouse operations will be held. Everyone welcome. More information: Laurence Martin, 519-504-4591.
Visit them at 595 Parkside Drive, Suite 2 Between 10 a. m. and 5 p..m.Guided tours are offered from 1 to 3 p.m., with an open-house format the rest of the day. Panel discussion at 12:30 p.. m.. on gender equality and environmental sustainability in international economic development.
Tuesday, September 24, 2019 at 7:00 p. m. at Cassel Mennonite Church We look forward to sharing fellowship & refreshments after the meeting. If you have any questions or you would like to register your name in advance, please contact Mary Flynn-Carey TCMH’s at 519-662-2718 ext 5103
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