Sunday, October 2, 2016

What's Happening

Announcements for Sunday, Oct. 2nd, 2016

Many thanks go to all who supported and helped out at Howick’s Fall Luncheon yesterday.  Your support is greatly appreciated. 

Please pick up a copy of the newsletter, and take it home with you. 

The applications for the Howden- Templeton Student Bursary are now available at the church or from Brent Tolhurst,Scott Templeton, Debbi Templeton or Marlene Stuckey. Applications must be returned NO LATER THAN NOVEMBER 20,2016 and bursaries will be presented in a 9:30am service on the 18th of December.

The Branches and Roots festival will be holding a gospel concert this afternoon Oct. 2nd) at St Paul’s United Church in Ormstown at 2pm.  All welcome. 

Beechridge church will be holding its closing service next Sunday, October 9th at 1:30pm. 

Georgetown Presbyterian Church will be holding a Community Harvest Luncheon on Wednesday, October 12th from 11:45am.  A free will offering will be taken.  For more information, please call Penny at 450-825-1350. 

St Paul’s UCW will once again be holding its annual Bazaar and Bake Sale on Saturday, October 15th from 9-1:30 in the hall. 

Please keep in mind the bilingual interactive workshop that is being offered by St Columba House on Wednesday, October 12th from 6-9pm in St Columba House at 2365 Grand Trunk in Montreal.  To RSVP please

Donate a few hours of your time each week or each month and make a difference in the life of an elderly person in your community.  For more information, please contact Communic-action Project at 450-264-5197. 

Habitat for Humanity are looking for two working families in our area to help their dreams of owning a new home, become a reality.  Families need to be renting, able to donate some volunteer hours to their new home and have an annual income of between $38,000 and $55,000. It's that easy!  For more info or to learn how you an apply, contact Anne Bergeron at Habitat for Humanity 1-855-937-0643, ext: 223 or Kim Wilson at 450-288-5180.

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