Thursday, July 28, 2011

Week of July 31 to August 6, 2011


BULLETIN ST. PAUL # 329


This Sunday, please join us to celebrate
Seventh Sunday after Pentecost.

Join us a as community to worship and
proclaim an inclusive and transforming Gospel.
See you on Sunday @ 10:30 am.

Here is some news to share with you:

JULY 31st @ 10:30 AM
Seventh Sunday after Pentecost.
Presider & Homilist: Father Maurice
Lay Reader: Ken Fraser
Sidepeople for July:
Margaret Lyons & Kay Karbownik
Chancel Guild:
Marg Lyons & Mary Novak
Hymns: 539, 397, 78 & 388.
Rite: BAS


Homily of Sunday, based on the
passage of the multiplication of
the bread and fish.
 SUNDAY LEAFLET: Please, consider taking home the Sunday Leaflet. It can help you review the readings, collect, prayers and news, or you can share it with other parishioners or friends who were not able to attend the Sunday Service. Thank you for your cooperation.


WEDNESDAY SERVICES: Our Study & Holy Eucharist of Wednesdays will re-start the first Wednesday after Labour Day, Wednesday, September 7th @ 10 am with the series on Liturgy & Symbolism.

PRAYERS: Please, keep in your prayers:
For those who are travelling:
For those who are sick: Joy Magee, Koruge Hirotaka, David Trim, Lucho Bernabe, Maureen Curtin, Rob Blair, Tim Shields, Arthur Reid, Glen Garbutt, Margaret Sills, Jack & Eleanor Lynch, Stephen y Monica Edwards, Regina Jawrosky, Norma Cunliffe, Joan Wylie, Isabel Gonzalez, Maria Lobos & Eunice Garcia.
For those who are sick. Additional Requests this month: Sara Hamilton, Grace Hopping, Cooper family, Tania Farrugia, Jeffrey Willis, Lynne Argyle, Anne Ferrugia, Camilla Poliah, George Heywood, Sweme, Negash, Merafe, Abraham, Jesika, Jordanoes, Veronica Sisler, George & Edith Foreman.
Those who are in need: For the Canadian Forces abroad, victims of accidents, terrorism, fanaticism, and natural disasters. Victims of the famine in Somalia, Ethiopia, Eritrea and South Sudan,and the family of Garrett Styles.
We pray for those who have died: For all those beloved from our congregation, family members, relatives & friends of St.Paul's: Garrett Styles, Marcos Vargas, Facundo Cabral and the victims of the terrorist attack in Norway.
Our thanksgiving prayer for: For the birthday of Brendon Milburn-Tai.

Please, let us keep our prayer list updated by checking the book at the entrance of the nave. Thanks.

COMING ACTIVITIES:
JUL 31 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am
AUG 04 Visit to O'Neill Centre
AUG 07 Morning Prayer @ 10:30 am
AUG 11 Visit to O'Neill Centre
AUG 14 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am
AUG 18 Visit to O'Neill Centre
SEP 07 Corporation meeting @ 8 pm
SEP 10 Evans Street Party
SEP 11 Sunday School starts
SEP 11 Corn Roast Festival after Sunday Service
SEP 12 Advisory Board @ 8 pm
SEP 13 Clericus meeting @ 12 pm
SEP 13 Postulancy Committee @ 9 am
SEP 14 Wednesdays studies starts @ 10 am
SEP 15 Ethnic Ministries meeting @ 5:15 pm
SEP 22 Thursday Study Group start from 7:30 to 8:30 pm
SEP 29 Back to Church Sunday.

FROM THE ANGLICAN CALENDAR:
AGO 03 St. Stephen, Deacon & Martyr
AGO 06 The Transfiguration of the Lord
AGO 07 John Mason Neale, Priest, 1866
AGO 08 Domini, Priest & Friar, 121
AGO 10 Laurence, Deacon & Martyr, 258
AGO 11 Clare of Assisi, 1253
AGO 13 Jeremy Taylor, Bishop & Teacher, 1667
AGO 14 Dietrich Bonheoffer, Martyr, 1945
AGO 14 Maximilian Kolbe, Martyr, 1940.
For more information about the calendar of the Church Year, check the BAS (pages 14 to 33).

THE ANGLICAN CYCLE OF PRAYER:
JUL 31 Diocese of Embu, Kenya
AUG 01 Diocese of Enugu, Nigeria
AUG 02 Diocese of Esan, Nigeria
AUG 03 Diocese of Exeter, England
AUG 04 Diocese of Exter-Plymouth, England
AUG 05 Diocese of Ezo, South Sudan.

LAY READER'S CALENDAR:
JUN 31 Ken Fraser
AUG 07 Liz Quinlan
AUG 14 Harlan Lunn
AUG 21 Marg Lyons
AUG 28 Jean Colwell.

FLOWERS AT THE ALTAR: The memorial and thanksgiving flowers at the altar will re-star the first Sunday after Labour Day, Sunday, September 11. Thank you for your support and the beautiful flowers given through the year.

COFFEE TIME:
JUL 31 Liz Quinlan
AUG 07 Put your name here
AUG 14 Put your name here
AUG 21 Put your name here
AUG 28 Put your name here.

BIRTHDAYS OF JULY-AUGUST:
JUL 31 Brendon Milburn-Tai
AUG 05 Madelyn Duffin
AUG 06 Mary Novak
AUG 09 Diane Luddington
AUG 13 Melanie Milburn
AUG 19 David McPherson
AUG 29 Sam Kingston
AUG 30 Mitchell Lyons.

ANNIVERSARIES:
AUG 10 David McPerson & Liz Cumberland, Marriage Anniv.

FOOD BANK: Thank you very much to everyone who is supporting our Food Bank that we share with those in need. We are asking to focus more into food and supplies for children (diapers). Please, do not bring peanut butter. Thanks.

WEEKLY SMILE: Some of life’s basic truths: “Bills travel through the mail at twice the speed of cheques."

WHO IS WHO?: Each month we will have a person to discover! A few clues and let us guess the person's name: She has three boys, curly hair, nice smile and live around the parish. So, who is our person of August? Let us know during the coffee hour.

NEW TENANT: The Corporation of our parish selected Little Learners Daycare to be our tenant and to operate a daycare in our premises. More details about the progress of this step will be announced in this parish bulletin.

NEW RECTOR AT SAINT ANNE’S CHURCH: The Rev’d Gary van der Meer, current rector at St.John’s, West was appointed as a rector for St. Anne’s Church, starting on October 1st. Our prayers are with him in this new ministry at Parkdale Deanery of the Diocese of Toronto.

YEAR AROUND CALENDAR:
SEP 10 Evans Street Party
SEP 11 Roast Corn Festival
SEP 25 Back to Church Sunday
OCT 02 The Blessing of the Animals
OCT 09 Thanksgiving Sunday
NOV 06 Remembrance Sunday
NOV 25-26 Diocesan Synod
DEC 18 Christmas Pageant
DEC 24 Christmas Eve Service
DEC 25 Christmas Sunday

EPILOGUE: Come and join us. Our Eucharist Sunday Service @ 10:30 am.

See you around. Chanel your gifts and talents with us!

YOUR PARISH
Email: iglesiastesteban@hotmail.com

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

ARCHBISPHOP of CANTERBURY'S
MESSAGE TO THE PEOPLE
OF NORWAY


The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, has sent his prayers and sympathy to the people of Norway following the tragic events in Oslo and Ut√łya last Friday.


His message is as follows:

"Along with all the faithful of the Church of England, I want to express my deepest sympathy with the people of Norway in the wake of the appalling events of recent days. Norway has played so great a part over many years in international reconciliation as well as developing its own distinctive national ethos of openness and fairness, and it is a special tragedy that it should suffer this outbreak of senseless carnage. Our prayers are with all those who died and all those who mourn them; and we are grateful for the many signs of strength and spiritual maturity that the Norwegian people have shown in their response to evil and destructiveness."

(The Church of England and the Church of Norway are in communion, as a result of the Porvoo Agreement.

Saturday, July 23, 2011

IMAGES OF THE BLESSING & PRESENTATION
OF LARA KUSHIMO
Sunday, July 17, 2011.

The blessing and presentation is to express thanksgiving
for the life of a new person, and we encourage couples to
do that before the baptism.

It is simple liturgy but full of meaningful.
Lara's parents Titi and Wole are happy
to see how their little baby is blessed.
 
Lara was blessed and presented to God and to the
community of her parish in a beautiful summer day.


Week July 24 to 30, 2011

BULLETIN ST. PAUL # 328

Dear sisters and brothers in Christ,

This Sunday, please join us to celebrate
Sixth Sunday after Pentecost and
The Festivity of St. Mary Magdalene.
Join us a as community to worship and
proclaim an inclusive and transforming Gospel.
See you on Sunday @ 10:30 am.

Here is some news to share with you:

JULY 24th @ 10:30 AM
Sixth Sunday after Pentecost.
Presider & Homilist: Father Maurice
Lay Reader: Jean Colwell
Sidepeople for July:
Margaret Lyons & Kay Karbownik
Chancel Guild:
Colleen Milburn & Jean Colwell
Hymns: 350, Insert, 84 & 393.
Rite: BCP


SUNDAY LEAFLET: Please, consider taking home the Sunday Leaflet. It can help you review the readings, collect, prayers and news, or you can share it with other parishioners or friends who were not able to attend the Sunday Service. Thank you for your cooperation.


WEDNESDAY SERVICES: Our Study & Holy Eucharist of Wednesdays will re-start the first Wednesday after Labour Day, Wednesday, September 7th @ 10 am with the series on Liturgy & Symbolism.

PRAYERS: Please, keep in your prayers:
For those who are travelling:
For those who are sick: Alvaro Castaneda, Joy Magee, Koruge Hirotaka, David Trim, Lucho Bernabe, Maureen Curtin, Rob Blair, Tim Shields, Arthur Reid, Glen Garbutt, Margaret Sills, Jack & Eleanor Lynch, Stephen y Monica Edwards, Regina Jawrosky, Norma Cunliffe, Joan Wylie, Isabel Gonzalez, Maria Lobos & Eunice Garcia.
For those who are sick. Additional Requests this month: Sara Hamilton, Grace Hopping, Cooper family, Tania Farrugia, Jeffrey Willis, Lynne Argyle, Anne Ferrugia, Camilla Poliah, George Heywood, Sweme, Negash, Merafe, Abraham, Jesika, Jordanoes, Veronica Sisler, George & Edith Foreman.
Those who are in need: For the Canadian Forces abroad, victims of accidents, terrorism, fanaticism, and natural disasters. Victims of the famine in Somalia, Ethiopia, Eritrea and South Sudan. Families of  the victims and injured of the terrorist attack in Norway. Family of Garrett Styles and for the Parents and Staff of the former Precious People Day Care.
We pray for those who have died: For all those beloved from our congregation, family members, relatives & friends of St.Paul's: Garrett Styles, Marcos Vargas y Facundo Cabral.
Our thanksgiving prayer for: For the beauty of summer.

Please, let us keep our prayer list updated by checking the book at the entrance of the nave. Thanks.

COMING ACTIVITIES:
JUL 25 Wardens & Rector meeting @ 8 pm
JUL 27 E-book team meeting @ 1 pm
JUL 28 Visit to O'Neill Centre
JUL 28 Free concert @ 7:30 pm @ St. Martin-in-the-Fields
JUL 30 Free concert @ 4 pm @ St. Mary Magdalene
JUL 31 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am
AUG 04 Visit to O'Neill Centre
AUG 07 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am
AUG 11 Visit to O'Neill Centre
AUG 14 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am
AUG 18 Visit to O'Neill Centre
SEP 07 Corporation meeting @ 8 pm
SEP 10 Evans Street Party
SEP 11 Sunday School starts
SEP 11 Corn Roast Festival after Sunday Service
SEP 12 Advisory Board @ 8 pm
SEP 13 Clericus meeting @ 12 pm
SEP 13 Postulancy Committee @ 9 am
SEP 14 Wednesdays studies starts @ 10 am
SEP 15 Ethnic Ministries meeting @ 5:15 pm
SEP 22 Thursday Study Group start from 7:30 to 8:30 pm
SEP 29 Back to Church Sunday

FROM THE ANGLICAN CALENDAR:
JUL 25 Saint James the Apostle
JUL 26 Anne, Mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary
JUL 29 William Wilberforce, Social Reformer, 183
AGO 03 St. Stephen, Deacon & Martyr
AGO 06 The Transfiguration of the Lord
AGO 07 John Mason Neale, Priest, 1866
AGO 08 Domini, Priest & Friar, 121
AGO 10 Laurence, Deacon & Martyr, 258
AGO 11 Clare of Assisi, 1253
AGO 13 Jeremy Taylor, Bishop & Teacher, 1667
AGO 14 Dietrich Bonheoffer, Martyr, 1945
AGO 14 Maximilian Kolbe, Martyr, 1940.
For more information about the calendar of the Church Year, check the BAS (pages 14 to 33).

THE ANGLICAN CYCLE OF PRAYER:
JUL 24 Diocese of Ekiti West, Nigeria
JUL 25 Diocese of El Camino Real, USA
JUL 26 Diocese of El Salvador, El Salvador
JUL 27 Diocese of Eldoret, Kenya
JUL 28 Diocese of El-Obeid, South Sudan
JUL 29 Diocese of Ely, England
JUL 30 Diocese of Embu, Kenya.

LAY READER'S CALENDAR:
JUL 24 Jean Colwell
JUN 31 Ken Fraser
AUG 07 Liz Quinlan
AUG 14 Harlan Lunn
AUG 21 Marg Lyons
AUG 28 Jean Colwell.

FLOWERS AT THE ALTAR: The memorial and thanksgiving flowers at the altar will re-star the first Sunday after Labour Day, Sunday, September 11. Thank you for your support and the beautiful flowers given through the year.

COFFEE TIME:
JUL 24 Father Maurice
JUL 31 Liz Quinlan
AUG 07 Radika Fraser & Kay Karbownik
AUG 14 Put your name here
AUG 21 Put your name here
AUG 28 Put your name here.

BIRTHDAYS OF JULY:
JUL 25 Norma Cunliffe
JUL 26 Jordon Milburn-Tai
JUL 29 Gwen Kingston
JUL 30 Joan Miles
JUL 31 Brendon Milburn-Tai.

FOOD BANK: Thank you very much to everyone who is supporting our Food Bank that we share with those in need. We are asking to focus more into food and supplies for children (diapers). Please, do not bring peanut butter. Thanks.

WEEKLY SMILE: Some of life’s basic truths: “He who laughs last, thinks slowest.”

WHO IS WHO?: Each month we will have a person to discover! A few clues and let us guess the person's name: Just married few months ago. Sits at the back and always smiling. So, who is our person of July? Let us know during the coffee hour.

FREE CONCERT BY CALDAY GRANDE GRAMMAR SCHOOL: Thursday, July 18 from 7:30 to 8:30 pm. Concert-Sacred and Secular Music by the fine young choir from Calday Grange Grammar (founded 1636), England is on tour, at St. Martin-in-the-Field’s Church, 151 Glenlake Avenue. There will be a meet and greet after the concert. Freewill offering for the Church. Concert arranged through Anne Cottrell Tours Inc.

FREE CONCERT BY SCHOLA GREGORIANA “AUREA LUCE”: Saturday, July 30th @ 4 pm at The Church of St. Mary Magdalene, 477 Manning Street. The Gregorian Chant at the Saint Mark Basilica in Venice. Rediscovering the ancient antiphonaries of the Saint Mark Basilica in Venice by Schola Gregoriana “Aurea Luce”, Dario Buono & Leonardo Parcianello, soloist under the conductor Renzo Toffoli. Donation accepted at the door.

NEW RECTOR AT SAINT ANNE’S CHURCH: The Rev’d Gary van der Meer, current rector at St.John’s, West was appointed as a rector for St. Anne’s Church, starting on October 1st. Our prayers are with him in this new ministry at Parkdale Deanery of the Diocese of Toronto.

PRECIOUS PEOPLE: The diocese of Toronto and the Church of St. Paul, Runnymede, regret the difficulties caused by the bankruptcy of Precious People Day Care. We are not responsible for the operation of the Day Care as the Day Care was only a tenant on the premises, and was not affiliated with us in any way. We understand the frustration felt by the parents. However, please refrain from calling the Diocese of Toronto or St. Paul’s Church, Runnymede as we are not involved with the Day Care or the Ministry and cannot offer any assistance. Our prayers are with all the community. Thank you very much,

The Wardens and the Rector of St. Paul’s Church, Runnymede.
June 29, 2011.

YEAR AROUND CALENDAR:
SEP 10 Evans Street Party
SEP 11 Roast Corn Festival
SEP 25 Back to Church Sunday
OCT 02 The Blessing of the Animals
OCT 09 Thanksgiving Sunday
NOV 06 Remembrace Sunday
NOV 25-26 Diocesan Synod
DEC 18 Christmas Pageant
DEC 24 Christmas Eve Service
DEC 25 Christmas Sunday

EPILOGUE: Come and join us. Our Eucharist Sunday Service @ 10:30 am and our Study & Holy Eucharist on Wednesdays @ 10 am.

See you around. Chanel your gifts and talents with us!

YOUR PARISH
Email: iglesiastesteban@hotmail.com

Saturday, July 16, 2011

THE THANKSGIVING FOR THE LIFE
OF LARA KUSHIMO.


Join us this Sunday, July 17th at 10:30 am
in the thanksgiving for the life
of Omolara (Lara) Anjola-Olm Kushimo,
daughter of Titilola Fayoda (left)
and Oluwole Kushimo (right).
.
God bless this young family
and new in our parish.
.

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Week of July 17 to 23, 2011

BULLETIN ST. PAUL # 326


Dear sisters and brothers in Christ,

This Sunday, please join us to celebrate
Fifth Sunday after Pentecost and
the Thanksgiving for te life of Lara Kushimo.
Join us a as community to worship and
proclaim an inclusive and transforming Gospel.
See you on Sunday @ 10:30 am.

Here is some news to share with you:

JULY 17th @ 10:30 AM
Fifth Sunday after Pentecost.
Presider & Homilist: Father Maurice
Lay Reader: Radika Fraser
Sidepeople for July:
Margaret Lyons & Kay Karbownik
Chancel Guild:
Betty Morgan y Anne Farrugia
Hymns: 10, 337, 343 & 434
Rite: BAS

SUNDAY LEAFLET: Please, consider taking home the Sunday Leaflet. It can help you review the readings, collect, prayers and news, or you can share it with other parishioners or friends who were not able to attend the Sunday Service. Thank you for your cooperation.

THE THANKSGIVING FOR A NEW LIFE: This Sunday, July 17th @ 10:30 am we will preside the liturgy of a new life of Omolara (Lara) Anjola-Olm Kushimo, daughter of Titi Fayoda y Wole Kushimo.

WEDNESDAY SERVICES: Join us for our Wednesday Study & Holy Eucharist on Wednesday, July 20th @ 10 am. We pray for the Diocese of Egypt. Liturgical Colour: Green. Margaret, Virgin and Martyr, Antioch of Pisidia. Readings: Exodus 16: 1-5, 9-15; Psalm 78: 18-29 & St. Matthew 13: 1-9. We are offering a series of studies on Liturgy & Symbolism. Join us and let us learn a discover the mysteries of liturgy.

PRAYERS: Please, keep in your prayers:
For those who are travelling:
For those who are sick: David Trim, Lucho Bernabe, Maureen Curtin, Rob Blair, Tim Shields, Arthur Reid, Glen Garbutt, Margaret Sills, Jack & Eleanor Lynch, Stephen y Monica Edwards, Regina Jawrosky, Norma Cunliffe, Joan Wylie, Isabel Gonzalez, Maria Lobos & Eunice Garcia.
For those who are sick. Additional Requests this month: Sara Hamilton, Grace Hopping, Cooper family, Tania Farrugia, Jeffrey Willis, Lynne Argyle, Anne Ferrugia, Camilla Poliah, George Heywood, Sweme, Negash, Merafe, Abraham, Jesika, Jordanoes, Veronica Sisler, George & Edith Foreman.
Those who are in need: For the Canadian Forces abroad, victims of accidents, terrorism, fanaticism, and natural disasters. Family of Garrett Styles and for the Parents and Staff of the former Precious People Day Care.
We pray for those who have died: For all those beloved from our congregation, family members, relatives & friends of St.Paul's: Garrett Styles, Marcos Vargas y Facundo Cabral.
Our thanksgiving prayer for: For the new life of Lara Kushimo and her parents.

Please, let us keep our prayer list updated by checking the book at the entrance of the nave. Thanks.

COMING ACTIVITIES:
JUL 17 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am
JUL 17 Thanksgiving for the life of Lara Kushimo.
JUL 20 Wednesday Study & Holy Eucharist @ 10 am
JUL 21 Visit to O'Neill Centre
JUL 24 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am
JUL 27 Wednesday Study & Holy Eucharist @ 10 am
JUL 28 Visit to O'Neill Centre
JUL 31 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am
AUG 03 Wednesday Study & Holy Eucharist @ 10 am
AUG 04 Visit to O'Neill Centre
AUG 07 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am
AUG 10 Wednesday Study & Holy Eucharist @ 10 am
AUG 11 Visit to O'Neill Centre
AUG 14 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am
AUG 17 Wednesday Study & Holy Eucharist @ 10 am
AUG 18 Visit to O'Neill Centre.

FROM THE ANGLICAN CALENDAR:
JUL 22 Saint Mary Magdalene
JUL 25 Saint James the Apostle
JUL 26 Anne, Mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary
JUL 29 William Wilberforce, Social Reformer, 1833.
For more information about the calendar of the Church Year, check the BAS (pages 14 to 33).

THE ANGLICAN CYCLE OF PRAYER:
JUL 17 Diocese of Edmonton, Canada.
JUL 18 Diocese of Egba, Nigeria
JUL 19 Diocese of Egbu, Nigeria
JUL 20 Diocese of Egypt, Egypt
JUL 21 Diocese of Ekiti, Nigeria
JUL 22 Diocese of Ekiti Oke, Nigeria
JUL 23 Diocese of Ekiti West, Nigeria.

LAY READER'S CALENDAR:
JUL 17 Radika Fraser
JUL 24 Jean Colwell
JUL 31 Ken Fraser
AUG 07 Liz Quinlan
AUG 14 Harlan Lunn
AUG 21 Marg Lyons
AUG 28 Jean Colwell.

FLOWERS AT THE ALTAR:
JUL 17 Put your name here
JUL 24 Put your name here
JUL 31 Put your name here.

COFFEE TIME:
JUL 17 Harlan Lunn
JUL 24 Father Maurice
JUL 31 Put your name here
AUG 07 Put your name here
AUG 14 Put your name here
AUG 21 Put your name here
AUG 28 Put your name here.

BIRTHDAYS OF JULY:
JUL 25 Norma Cunliffe
JUL 26 Jordon Milburn-Tai
JUL 29 Gwen Kingston
JUL 30 Joan Miles
JUL 31 Brendon Milburn-Tai.

ANNIVERSARIES OF JULY:
JUL 19 Bruno & Angela Biscaro. Marriage Anniv.
JUL 19 Victoria Jamrich, Memorial Anniversary
JUL 30 Oliver Emo, Baptismal Anniversary.

FOOD BANK: Thank you very much to everyone who is supporting our Food Bank that we share with those in need. We are asking to focus more into food and supplies for children (diapers). Please, do not bring peanut butter. Thanks.

WEEKLY SMILE: Here are few humourous from signs.
A laundry in Rome: "Ladies, leave your clothes here and spend the afternoon having good time."

WHO IS WHO?: Each month we will have a person to discover! A few clues and let us guess the person's name: Just married few months ago. Sits at the back and always smiling. So, who is our person of July? Let us know during the coffee hour.

PRECIOUS PEOPLE: The diocese of Toronto and the Church of St. Paul, Runnymede, regret the difficulties caused by the bankruptcy of Precious People Day Care. We are not responsible for the operation of the Day Care as the Day Care was only a tenant on the premises, and was not affiliated with us in any way. We understand the frustration felt by the parents. However, please refrain from calling the Diocese of Toronto or St. Paul’s Church, Runnymede as we are not involved with the Day Care or the Ministry and cannot offer any assistance. Our prayers are with all the community. Thank you very much,

The Wardens and the Rector of St. Paul’s Church, Runnymede.
June 29, 2011.

YEAR AROUND CALENDAR:
SEP 11 Roast Corn Festival
SEP 25 Back to Church Sunday
OCT 02 The Blessing of the Animals
OCT 09 Thanksgiving Sunday
NOV 06 Remembrace Sunday
NOV 25-26 Diocesan Synod
DEC 18 Christmas Pageant
DEC 24 Christmas Eve Service
DEC 25 Christmas Sunday

EPILOGUE: Come and join us. Our Eucharist Sunday Service @ 10:30 am and our Study & Holy Eucharist on Wednesdays @ 10 am.

See you around. Chanel your gifts and talents with us!

YOUR PARISH
Email: iglesiastesteban@hotmail.com

Wednesday, July 6, 2011


WHO IS IN THE PICTURE?
Let us know this Sunday.

The winner will get a surprise prize at the coffee time
after the Sunday Service at the lounge.

Week of July 10 to 16, 2011

BULLETIN ST. PAUL # 325


Dear sisters and brothers in Christ,

This Sunday, please join us to celebrate
Fourth Sunday after Pentecost.
Join us a as community to worship and
proclaim an inclusive and transforming Gospel.

See you on Sunday @ 10:30 am.

Here is some news to share with you:

JULY 10th @ 10:30 AM
Fourth Sunday after Pentecost.
Presider & Homilist: Father Maurice
Lay Reader: Liz Quinlan
Sidepeople for July:
Margaret Lyons & Kay Karbownik
Chancel Guild:
Colleen Milburn & Radika Fraser
Hymns: 560, 561, 645 & 345
Rite: BAS

SUNDAY LEAFLET: Please, consider taking home the Sunday Leaflet. It can help you review the readings, collect, prayers and news, or you can share it with other parishioners or friends who were not able to attend the Sunday Service. Thank you for your cooperation.

PRAYERS: Please, keep in your prayers:
For those who are travelling:
For those who are sick: David Trim, Lucho Bernabe, Maureen Curtin, Rob Blair, Tim Shields, Arthur Reid, Glen Garbutt, Margaret Sills, Jack & Eleanor Lynch, Stephen y Monica Edwards, Regina Jawrosky, Norma Cunliffe, Joan Wylie, Isabel Gonzalez, Maria Lobos & Eunice Garcia.
For those who are sick. Additional Requests this month: Lynne Argyle, Anne Ferrugia, Camilla Poliah, George Heywood, Sweme, Negash, Merafe, Abraham, Jesika, Jordanoes, Veronica Sisler, George & Edith Foreman.
Those who are in need: For the Canadian Forces abroad, victims of accidents, terrorism, fanaticism, and natural disasters. Family of Garrett Styles and for the Parents and Staff of the former Precious People Day Care.
We pray for those who have died: For all those beloved from our congregation, family members, relatives & friends of St.Paul's: Garrett Styles, Lara Krishimo & marcos Vargas.
Our thanksgiving prayer for: For the beauty of summer.

Please, let us keep our prayer list updated by checking the book at the entrance of the nave. Thanks.

WEDNESDAY SERVICES: Join us for our Wednesday Study & Holy Eucharist on Wednesday, July 13th @ 10 am. We pray for the Diocese of Easton, USA. Liturgical Colour: Green. Hnery, Missionary Bishop in Finland. Readings: Exodus 3: 1-12; Psalm 103: 1-7 & St. Matthew 11: 25-27. We are offering a series of studies on Liturgy & Symbolism. Join us and let us learn a discover the mysteries of liturgy.


COMING ACTIVITIES:

JUL 10 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am
JUL 13 Wednesday Study & Holy Eucharist @ 10 am
JUL 14 Visit to O'Neill Centre
JUL 17 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am
JUL 20 Wednesday Study & Holy Eucharist @ 10 am
JUL 21 Visit to O'Neill Centre
JUL 24 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am
JUL 27 Wednesday Study & Holy Eucharist @ 10 am
JUL 28 Visit to O'Neill Centre
JUL 31 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am
AUG 03 Wednesday Study & Holy Eucharist @ 10 am
AUG 04 Visit to O'Neill Centre
AUG 07 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am
AUG 10 Wednesday Study & Holy Eucharist @ 10 am
AUG 11 Visit to O'Neill Centre
AUG 14 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am
AUG 17 Wednesday Study & Holy Eucharist @ 10 am
AUG 18 Visit to O'Neill Centre.

FROM THE ANGLICAN CALENDAR:
JUL 11 Benedict of Nursia, Abbot, c.540
JUL 13 Henry, Missionary Bishop in Finland, 1150
JUL 22 Saint Mary Magdalene
JUL 25 Saint James the Apostle
JUL 26 Anne, Mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary
JUL 29 William Wilberforce, Social Reformer, 1833.
For more information about the calendar of the Church Year, check the BAS (pages 14 to 33).

THE ANGLICAN CYCLE OF PRAYER:

JUL 10 Diocese of Eastern Newfoundland & Labrador
JUL 11 Diocese of Eastern Oregon, USA
JUL 12 Diocese of Eastern Zambia, Zambia
JUL 13 Diocese of Easton, USA
JUL 14 Diocese of Eau Claire, USA
JUL 15 Diocese of Edinburgh, Scotland
JUL 16 Diocese of Edmonton, Canada.

LAY READER'S CALENDAR:
JUL 10 Liz Quinlan
JUL 17 Ken Fraser
JUL 24 Jean Colwell
JUN 31 Kyle Willis.

FLOWERS AT THE ALTAR:
JUL 10 Put your name here
JUL 17 Put your name here
JUL 24 Put your name here
JUL 31 Put your name here.

COFFEE TIME:

JUL 10 Radika Fraser & Kay Karbownik
JUL 17 Put your name here
JUL 24 Put your name here
JUL 31 Put your name here.

BIRTHDAYS OF JULY:
JUL 12 Grace Li
JUL 25 Norma Cunliffe
JUL 26 Jordon Milburn-Tai
JUL 29 Gwen Kingston
JUL 30 Joan Miles
JUL 31 Brendon Milburn-Tai.

ANNIVERSARIES OF JULY:
JUL 19 Bruno & Angela Biscaro. Marriage Anniv.
JUL 19 Victoria Jamrich, Memorial Anniversary
JUL 30 Oliver Emo, Baptismal Anniversary.

FOOD BANK: Thank you very much to everyone who is supporting our Food Bank that we share with those in need. We are asking to focus more into food and supplies for children (diapers). Please, do not bring peanut butter. Thanks.

WEEKLY SMILE: Here are few humourous from signs.
At a Budapest zoo: "Please do not feed the animals. If you have any suitable food, give it to the guard on duty."

WHO IS WHO?: Each month we will have a person to discover! A few clues and let us guess the person's name: Just married few months ago. Sits at the back and always smiling. So, who is our person of July? Let us know during the coffee hour.


PRECIOUS PEOPLE: The diocese of Toronto and the Church of St. Paul, Runnymede, regret the difficulties caused by the bankruptcy of Precious People Day Care. We are not responsible for the operation of the Day Care as the Day Care was only a tenant on the premises, and was not affiliated with us in any way. We understand the frustration felt by the parents. However, please refrain from calling the Diocese of Toronto or St. Paul’s Church, Runnymede as we are not involved with the Day Care or the Ministry and cannot offer any assistance. Our prayers are with all the community. Thank you very much,

The Wardens and the Rector of St. Paul’s Church, Runnymede.
June 29, 2011.

YEAR AROUND CALENDAR:
SEP 11 Roast Corn Festival
SEP 25 Back to Church Sunday
OCT 02 The Blessing of the Animals
OCT 09 Thanksgiving Sunday
NOV 06 Remembrace Sunday
NOV 25-26 Diocesan Synod
DEC 18 Christmas Pageant
DEC 24 Christmas Eve Service
DEC 25 Christmas Sunday

EPILOGUE: Come and join us. Our Eucharist Sunday Service & Sunday School @ 10:30 am and our Study & Holy Eucharist on Wednesdays @ 10 am.

See you around. Chanel your gifts and talents with us!

YOUR PARISH
Email: iglesiastesteban@hotmail.com

Friday, July 1, 2011