Coming soon to Christ Church: Another’s Treasure Charity Thrift Shop. Wanted: Donations of gently used children’s apparel, shoes and small toys.
“Marching in the Light of God” after the shortened 10 am service! All ages welcome to join in the parade! Lemonade on the lawn after!!
Please bring your lawn chair and your lunch and join us at the Fountain Farm! For directions go to http://www.drfountain.ca. Hope to see you there!
Join us Saturday June 15th @ 2pm for an afternoon of painting with Ron Backwell. Call the church office to reserve tickets, $30 each. 905-728-8251
Please join us as our Pikangikum First Nations – Reconciliation Advocacy Group hosts a Lunch ‘n Learn on Sunday, June 2nd at 12:30 pm. They will be showing the documentary “Doctrine of Discovery: Stolen Lands, Strong Hearts”, produced by Anglican Video in collaboration with the Primate’s Commission on the Doctrine of Discovery, Reconciliation and Justice. Please sign up by May 27th.
Saturday, May 4th, from 9am to 1pm. Join us for some great deals!
Join us on Friday April 19th at 2pm for a family friendly presentation of the Easter Story ( best for children 5 and up). Presentation includes animated video clips, live drama, interaction and live donkey. Photo Op with live bunnies from 1:30 to 2pm.
A small-group discipleship program for lay leaders who would like to grow in confidence as spiritual leaders and live a Jesus-shaped life. Revive is offered is give our ministry leaders a chance to be re-energized. Module 1: Communicating with God begins on Monday March 11.
Join us on Tuesday March 5th, 5-7pm for Pancakes served in the Upper Hall. Cost: Adult $6, Child $4 & a family of 4 or more $20
Our parish priest, the Reverend Canon Kit Greaves, is on a 2-year appointment as initiated by our area Bishop, the Right Reverend Riscylla Shaw. As the parish and Pastor Kit come to the first anniversary of this appointment, the wardens have developed a survey to gather reflection and feedback.
The parish survey will be available in the Narthex from January 7th to the 31st. Parishioners are invited to complete the survey in their own homes and return it to a collection box that will also be in the Narthex. Surveys are completed anonymously.
The wardens will be collecting the completed surveys throughout January, collating the responses and writing a final report. This report will be shared with the Bishop, Pastor Kit and the parish at the time of Vestry, in late February.