Monday, September 26, 2011

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Week September 25 to October 2, 2011

BULLETIN ST. PAUL # 337


Dear sisters and brothers in Christ,

This Sunday, please join us to celebrate
Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost &
Back to Church Sunday.
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:


SEPTEMBER 25th @ 10:30 AM

Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost &
Back to Church Sunday.
Presider & Homilist: Father Maurice
Lay Reader: Harlan Lunn
Sidepeople for September:
Shirley Buckley & Elizabeth Quinlan
Chancel Guild:
Margaret Lyons & Jean Colwell
Hymns: 2, 386, 380 & 565
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: Join us for our Study & Holy Eucharist @ 10 am with the series of studies on Liturgy & Symbolism, followed by coffee time. Liturgical Colour: Green. We pray for the Diocese of Idaho, USA. Readings: Nehemiah 2: 1-8; Psalm 137: 1-6 & St. Luke 9: 57-62.


 
SUNDAY SCHOOL STARTED @ ST.PAUL'S: Bring your children! They need to learn about the Scriptures, the Gospel and Jesus with special emphasis and materials for children. You will be amazed how much they can learn and grow in their spiritual life and faith. Every Sunday @ 10:30 am. Sunday School coordinator: Colleeen Milburn.



BACK TO CHURCH SUNDAY = B2CS.

Who are you inviting?
Did you know.......
82% of the unchurched are at least somewhat likely to attend church if invited.
4% of formely churched adults are actively looking for a church to attend regularly (other than their previous church).
10% of first time visitors become regulars.
25% of second time visitor become regulars.
45% of third time visitor become regulars.

PRAYERS: Please, keep in your prayers:
For those who are travelling:
For those who are sick: Lyne Argyle, Bernice Graham, Kerima Tapia, Gregory Greco, Mick Dorsett, Monica Edwards, Winsibley and Arthur & Beulah Reid.
For those who are sick. Additional Requests this month: Fr. Harold Nahabedian, Dianne Drake, Bill McGee, Lynne Argyle, George & Edith Foreman, Bernice Graham, The Kennedy Family, Brigit Barton, Ruby Rasmussen, Eleine Tan & Phil Parker.
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 those who still are mourning their beloved after 9/11.
We pray for those who have died: For all those beloved from our congregation, family members, relatives & friends of St.Paul's: Reginald Coutourier, Bill Tymniski, Norma Cunliffe, & Rob Blair.
Our thanksgiving prayer for: For all those who are visiting us for back to Church Sunday.

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

COMING ACTIVITIES:
SEP 25 Sunday Service & Sunday School @ 10:30 am
SEP 25 Back to Church Sunday
SEP 25 E-book Team meeting @ 10 am
SEP 28 Wednesday Study & HE @ 10 am
SEP 28 Clericus Toronto West Deanery meeting @ 1 pm
OCT 02 The Blessing of the Animals @ 10:30 am
OCT 02 Sunday Service & Sunday School @ 10:30 am
OCT 04 Ecumenical meeting @ 2 pm
OCT 05 Wednesday Study & HE @ 10 am
OCT 06 Discussion Group re-start from 7:30 to 8:30 pm
OCT 08 Decoration x Thanksgiving from 9:00 to noon.
OCT 09 Thanksgiving Sunday Service @ 10:30 am
OCT 10 Thanksgiving Day
OCT 12 Wednesday Study & HE @ 10 am
OCT 13 Italian Mass @ St. Mary Magdalene @ 10 am
OCT 13 Postulancy Committee @ 12 pm
OCT 16 Sunday Service & Sunday School @ 10:30 am
OCT 17-18 Clergy Retreat at Kempelfeldt
OCT 18 Advisory Board @ 8 pm (Pro-active format)
OCT 19 Wednesday Study & HE @ 10 am
OCT 19 Corporation meeting @ 12 pm
OCT 20 Discussion Group from 7;30 to 8:30 pm.

THURSDAY DISCUSSION GROUP: We will re-start on Thursday, October 6th from 7:30 to 8:30 pm sharp. Join us and let us learn and grow together in this journey of faith and spirit. Very inter-active dynamic. We are looking for you!!!
THURSDAY, OCT 06
THURSDAY, OCT 20
THURSDAY, NOV 10
THURSDAY, NOV 24
THURSDAY, DEC 08

FROM THE ANGLICAN CALENDAR:
SEP 25 Sergius, Abbot in Moscow, Spiritual Teacher, 1392
SEP 26 Lancelot Andrewers, Bishop of Winchester, 1626
SEP 29 Saint Michael and All Angels
SEP 30 Jerome, Teacher of the Faith, 420.
For more information about the calendar of the Church Year, check the BAS (pages 14 to 33).



THE BLESSING OF THE ANIMALS: Every first Sunday of October take place the Blessing of the Animals (the closest Sunday to St. Francis of Assisi, Patron Saint of the Animals. Invite your friends, neighbours or colleagues to brind their pets to church on Sunday, October 2nd, 2011 @ 10:30 am. We love animals at St. Paul's and we love to see them with us while we worship!!!


THE ANGLICAN CYCLE OF PRAYER:
SEP 25 Diocese of Idah, Nigeria
SEP 26 Diocese of Idaho, USA
SEP 27 Diocese of Ideato, Nigeria
SEP 28 Diocese of Ife, Nigeria
SEP 29 Diocese of Igbomina, Nigeria
SEP 30 Diocese of Ijebu, Nigeria
OCT 01 Diocese of Ijebu North, Nigeria.

LAY READER'S CALENDAR:
SEP 25 Harlan Lunn
OCT 02 Liz Quinlan
OCT 09 Radika Fraser
OCT 16 Jean Colwell
OCT 23 Margaret Lyons
OCT 30 Harlan Lunn.

FLOWERS AT THE ALTAR: Thank you for your support and the beautiful flowers given through the year.
SUN. SEP 18 Put your name here
SUN. SEP 25 Fr. Maurice x his sister Rosemarie
SUN. OCT 02 Put your name here
SUN. OCT 09 Put your name here
SUN. OCT 16 Put your name here.



COFFEE TIME:

SEP 25 Colleen Milburn
OCT 02 Fr. Maurice
OCT 09 Radika Fraser & Kay Karbownik
OCT 16 Put your name here
OCT 23 Put your name here
OCT 30 Fr. Maurice

BIRTHDAYS
SEP 26 Thomas Tudor
SEP 29 Catherine Hanes
OCT 08 Emma Robins
OCT 09 Colleen Milburn
OCT 13 Arianna Buckley
OCT 13 Isabel Tudor
OCT 20 Kay Karbownik
OCT 23 Beverly Weir
OCT 24 Elizabeth Quinlan
OCT 27 Michael Li

ANNIVERSARIES:
SEP 29 Fr. Maurice. Deacon's Ordination Anniversary
OCT 01 Drago Advalovic & Suzanne Dalcourt, Marriage Anniv.
OCT 15 Mary Janrich. Memorial Anniversary
OCT 16 Cliff & Barb Nobel. Marriage Anniversary
OCT 22 Philippa & Kieran Barton. Memorial Anniversary
OCT 26 Clara & Chase Norton, 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.

HARBOUR CRUISE for HOMELESS YOUTH: Aboard the "Wayward Princess". Saturday, October 22nd, 2011 from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Cockatil Menu, DJ & Cash Bar. To order tickets go to: http://www.pippaankieran.com and click on link or call Debbie at 416-466-0579 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 416-466-0579 end_of_the_skype_highlighting. Door Prizes - 50/50 Draw. $ 60 p/p. Proceeds to go to Covenant House in loving memory of Pippa and Kieran Barton.

WEEKLY SMILE: "If at first you don't succeed, then skydiving isn't for you."

WHO IS WHO?: Each month we will have a person to discover! A few clues and let us guess the person's name: Sit at the 3 row pew south side, always smiling and his son is a teen.

So, who is our person of September? Let us know during the coffee hour.

YEAR AROUND CALENDAR:
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. and Wednesday Study and HT @ 10 am.

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

YOUR PARISH
Email: iglesiastesteban@hotmail.com
http://www.stpaulsrunnymede.ca
http://saintpaul-runnymede.blogspot.com

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Week of September 18 to 24, 2011

BULLETIN ST. PAUL # 336


Dear sisters and brothers in Christ,

This Sunday, please join us to celebrate
Fourteenth 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:


The homily this Sunday is based on
the labourers in the vineyard

SEPTEMBER 18th @ 10:30 AM

Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Presider & Homilist: Father Maurice
Lay Reader: Alan Peters
Sidepeople for September:
Shirley Buckley & Elizabeth Quinlan
Chancel Guild:
Liz Quinlan & Mary Novak
Hymns: 503, 540, 438 & 567
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.

WEDNESDAY SERVICES: Join us for our Study & Holy Eucharist @ 10 am with the series of studies on Liturgy & Symbolism, followed by coffee time. Liturgical Colour: Red. St Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist. We pray for the Diocese of Kampala, Uganda. Readings: 2 Timothy 3: 14-17; Psalm 119: 33-40 & St. Matthew 9: 9-13.


SUNDAY SCHOOL STARTED @ ST.PAUL'S: Bring your children! They need to learn about the Scriptures, the Gospel and Jesus with special emphasis and materials for children. You will be amazed how much they can learn and grow in their spiritual life and faith. Every Sunday @ 10:30 am. Sunday School coordinator: Colleeen Milburn.



BACK TO CHURCH SUNDAY = B2CS.

Who are you inviting?
Did you know.......
82% of the unchurched are at least somewhat likely to attend church if invited.
4% of formely churched adults are actively looking for a church to attend regularly (other than their previous church).
10% of first time visitors become regulars.
25% of second time visitor become regulars.
45% of third time visitor become regulars.

ADOPT 2 NAMES THIS SUNDAY: After our service at the coffee time, you will find a list with names, address and telephone to contact two people who you would like to invite to St.Paul's. Please, adopt two names. You will receibe a card and practical suggestions that will help you to invite someone to church. Thank you for your involvement.

PRAYERS: Please, keep in your prayers:
For those who are travelling:
For those who are sick: Gregory Greco, Mick Dorsett, Monica Edwards, Winsibley and Arthur & Beulah Reid.
For those who are sick. Additional Requests this month: Fr. Harold Nahabedian, Dianne Drake, Bill McGee, Lynne Argyle, George & Edith Foreman, Bernice Graham, The Kennedy Family, Brigit Barton, Ruby Rasmussen, Eleine Tan & Phil Parker.
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 those who still are mourning their beloved after 9/11.
We pray for those who have died: For all those beloved from our congregation, family members, relatives & friends of St.Paul's: Reginald Coutourier, Bill Tymniski, Norma Cunliffe, & Rob Blair.
Our thanksgiving prayer for: For the chaplains at hospitals & jails in GTA.

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

COMING ACTIVITIES:
SEP 18 Sunday Service & Sunday School @ 10:30 am
SEP 19 E-book team work meeting.
SEP 20 Clericus Parkdale Deanery meeting @ 1 pm
SEP 21 Wednesday Study & HE @ 10 am
SEP 22 Thursday Study Group start from 7:30 to 8:30 pm
SEP 22 Clericus St.James' Deanery meeting @ 1 pm
SEP 25 Sunday Service & Sunday School @ 10:30 am
SEP 25 Back to Church Sunday
SEP 26 Pastoral Counselling @ 9:30 am
SEP 28 Wednesday Study & HT @ 10 am
SEP 28 Clericus Toronto West Deanery meeting @ 1 pm
OCT 02 The Blessing of the Animals @ 10:30 am
OCT 02 Sunday Service & Sunday School @ 10:30 am
OCT 05 Wednesday Study & HT @ 10 am
OCT 06 Discussion Group re-start from 7:30 to 8:30 pm
OCT 08 Decoration x Thanksgiving from 9:00 to noon.
OCT 09 Thanksgiving Sunday Service @ 10:30 am
OCT 10 Thanksgiving Day.


THURSDAY DISCUSSION GROUP: We will re-start on Thursday, October 6th from 7:30 to 8:30 pm sharp. Join us and let us learn and grow together in this journey of faith and spirit. Very inter-active dynamic. We are looking for you!!!


FROM THE ANGLICAN CALENDAR:
SEP 18 Founders of the Church of Canada
SEP 19 Theodore of Tarsus, Archbp. of Canterbury, 690
SEP 20 John C. Patterson & his companions, Martyrs, 1871
SEP 21 Saint Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist
SEP 25 Sergius, Abbot in Moscow, Spiritual Teacher, 1392
SEP 26 Lancelot Andrewers, Bishop of Winchester, 1626
SEP 29 Saint Michael and All Angels
SEP 30 Jerome, Teacher of the Faith, 420.
For more information about the calendar of the Church Year, check the BAS (pages 14 to 33).

THE BLESSING OF THE ANIMALS: Every first Sunday of October take place the Blessing of the Animals (the closest Sunday to St. Francis of Assisi, Patron Saint of the Animals. Invite your friends, neighbours or colleagues to brind their pets to church on Sunday, October 2nd, 2011 @ 10:30 am. We love animals at St. Paul's and we love to see them with us while we worship!!!

THE ANGLICAN CYCLE OF PRAYER:
SEP 18 Diocese of Huron, Canada
SEP 19 Diocese of Hyderabad, Pakistan
SEP 20 Diocese of Ibadan, Nigeria
SEP 21 Diocese of Kampala, Uganda
SEP 22 Diocese of Ibadan North, Nigeria
SEP 23 Diocese of Ibadan South, Nigeria
SEP 24 Diocese of Ibba, Sudan.

LAY READER'S CALENDAR:
SEP 18 Alan Peters
SEP 25 Harlan Lunn
OCT 02 Liz Quinlan
OCT 09 Radika Fraser
OCT 16 Jean Colwell
OCT 23 Margaret Lyons
OCT 30 Harlan Lunn.

FLOWERS AT THE ALTAR: Thank you for your support and the beautiful flowers given through the year.
SUN. SEP 18 Put your name here
SUN. SEP 18 Put your name here
SUN. SEP 25 Fr. Maurice x his sister Rosemarie.


COFFEE TIME:

SEP 18 David Borsa
SEP 25 Colleen Milburn
OCT 02 Fr. Maurice
OCT 09 Radika Fraser & Kay Karbownik
OCT 16 Put your name here
OCT 23 Put your name here
OCT 30 Fr. Maurice

BIRTHDAYS OF SEPTEMBER:
SEP 20 Jose Coroa
SEP 26 Thomas Tudor
SEP 29 Catherine Hanes.

ANNIVERSARIES:
SEP 22 Marjory Holland, In Memoriam
SEP 29 Fr. Maurice. Deacon's ordination 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.

HARBOUR CRUISE for HOMELESS YOUTH: Aboard the "Wayward Princess". Saturday, October 22nd, 2011 from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Cockatil Menu, DJ & Cash Bar. To order tickets go to: http://www.pippaankieran.com and click on link or call Debbie at 416-466-0579. Door Prizes - 50/50 Draw. $ 60 p/p. Proceeds to go to Covenant House in loving memory of Pippa and Kieran Barton.

WEEKLY SMILE: "Money isn't everything but it sure keeps you in touch with your children." J. Paul Getty.

WHO IS WHO?: Each month we will have a person to discover! A few clues and let us guess the person's name: Sit at the 3 row pew south side, always smiling and his son is a teen. So, who is our person of September? Let us know during the coffee hour.

YEAR AROUND CALENDAR:
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. and on Wednesday Study and HT @ 10 am.

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

YOUR PARISH
Email: iglesiastesteban@hotmail.com
http://www.stpaulsrunnymede.ca
http://saintpaul-runnymede.blogspot.com

Friday, September 16, 2011

BACK TO CHURCH SUNDAY
B2CS
 
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Saturday, September 10, 2011

JOIN US THIS SUNDAY
TO CELEBRATE
THE HOLY BAPTISM
OF OMOLARA.


Our little sister Omolara Anjola-Olu Kushimo
will receive the Holy Baptism this
Sunday, September 11th at 10:30 am.

Join us and let us give our support to Omolara
and her parents Titilola and Oluwole and her
godparents Sola and Tolu.

Our prayers are with them!!!!!
See you Sunday @ 10:30 am

WHO YOU ARE INVITING
THIS YEAR TO CHURCH?
Start to prepare your list among your family, relatives, friends,
neighbours, colleagues, etc.

Share your faith to them.
Remember, Back to Church Sunday is on
Sunday, September 25 @ 10:30 am

HARBOUR CRUISE
for
HOMELESS YOUTH
aboard the
"WAYWARD PRINCESS"
Saturday, October 22, 2011
4 pm to 8 pm


Cocktail Menu,
DJ and Cash Bar.

To order ticket go to
http:www.pippaandkieran.com
and click on link or call
Debbie at 416-466-0579

Door prize $ 50/50 draw     $ 60 p/p

Proceeds to go to Covennat House
in loving memory of Pippa and Kieran Barton.

Week September 11 to 17, 2011

BULLETIN ST. PAUL # 335

Dear sisters and brothers in Christ,

This Sunday, please join us to celebrate
Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost and
The Holy Baptism of Omolara Anjola-Olu Kushimo.
Join us a as community to worship and
claim an inclusive and transforming Gospel.

See you on Sunday @ 10:30 am.

Here is some news to share with you:

The homily this Sunday is based on forgiveness and
in the context of the Holy Baptism of Omolara.
SEPTEMBER 11th @ 10:30 AM

Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost
and the Holy Baptism for Omolara Kusthino.
Presider & Homilist: Father Maurice
Lay Reader: Radika Fraser
Sidepeople for September:
Shirley Buckley & Elizabeth Quinlan
Chancel Guild:
Shirley Buckley, Jean Colwell & Cathy Hunt.
Hymns: 602, 541, 431 & 537
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.

WEDNESDAY SERVICES: Join us for our Study & Holy Eucharist @ 10 am with the series of studies on Liturgy & Symbolism, followed by coffee time. Feast of the Holy Cross. Liturgical Colour: Red. We pray for the Diocese of Ruaha, Tanzania. Readings: 1 Corinthians 1: 18-24; Psalm 98: 1-5 & St. John 3: 13-17.

PRAYERS: Please, keep in your prayers:
For those who are travelling:
For those who are sick: Gregorio Greco, Mick Dorsett, Monica Edwards, Winsibley and Arthur & Beulah Reid.
For those who are sick. Additional Requests this month: Dianne Drake, Bill McGee, Lynne Argyle, George & Edith Foreman, Bernice Graham, The Kennedy Family, Brigit Barton, Ruby Rasmussen, Eleine Tan & Phil Parker.
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 those who still are mourning their beloved after 9/11.
We pray for those who have died: For all those beloved from our congregation, family members, relatives & friends of St.Paul's: Bill Tymniski, Norma Cunliffe, Jack Layton & Rob Blair.
Our thanksgiving prayer for: For Omalara and her parents and godparents.
Please, let us keep our prayer list updated by checking the book at the entrance of the nave. Thanks.

COMING ACTIVITIES:
SEP 10 Evans Street Party from 4 to 7 pm
SEP 11 Sunday School starts @ 10:30 am
SEP 11 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am
SEP 12 Pastoral Counselling @ 9:30 am
SEP 12 Advisory Board @ 8 pm
SEP 13 Clericus meeting @ 12 pm
SEP 13 Postulancy Committee @ 9 am
SEP 14 Wednesdays Study & HE @ 10 am
SEP 14 Ethnic Ministries meeting @ 5:15 pm
SEP 15 E-book comittee meetins @ 1:30 pm
SEP 18 Sunday Service & Sunday School @ 10:30 am
SEP 21 Wednesday Study & HE @ 10 am
SEP 22 Thursday Study Group start from 7:30 to 8:30 pm
SEP 25 Sunday Service & Sunday School @ 10:30 am
SEP 25 Back to Church Sunday
SEP 28 Wednesday Study & HT @ 10 am

FROM THE ANGLICAN CALENDAR:
SEP 13 Cyprian, Bishop of Carthage, Martyr, 258
SEP 14 Holy Cross Day
SEP 16 Ninian, Bishop of Galloway, c. 430
SEP 18 Founders of the Church of Canada
SEP 19 Theodore of Tarsus, Archbp. of Canterbury, 690
SEP 20 John C. Patterson & his companions, Martyrs, 1871
SEP 21 Saint Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist
SEP 25 Sergius, Abbot in Moscow, Spiritual Teacher, 1392
SEP 26 Lancelot Andrewers, Bishop of Winchester, 1626
SEP 29 Saint Michael and All Angels
SEP 30 Jerome, Teacher of the Faith, 420.
For more information about the calendar of the Church Year, check the BAS (pages 14 to 33).



THE ANGLICAN CYCLE OF PRAYER:
SEP 11 Diocese of Hereford, England
SEP 12 Diocese of Highveld, South Africa
SEP 13 Diocese of Ho, West Africa
SEP 14 Diocese of Ruaha, Tanzania
SEP 15 Diocese of Hokkaido, Japane
SEP 16 Diocese of Honduras, Honduras
SEP 17 Diocese of Hoa-nan, Brunces.

LAY READER'S CALENDAR:
SEP 11 Radika Fraser
SEP 18 Alan Peters
SEP 25 Harlan Lunn.

FLOWERS AT THE ALTAR: Thank you for your support and the beautiful flowers given through the year.
SUN. SEP 11 Kay Karbownik in memory of her parents.
SUN. SEP 18 Put your name here
SUN. SEP 18 Put your name here
SUN. SEP 25 Put your name here



COFFEE TIME:
SEP 11 Dylan & Lynda Shortut your name here
SEP 18 Put your name here
SEP 25 Colleen Milburn.

BIRTHDAYS OF SEPTEMBER:
SEP 20 Jose Coroa
SEP 26 Thomas Tudor
SEP 29 Catherine Hanes.

ANNIVERSARIES:
SEP 22 Marjory Holland, In Memoriam
SEP 29 Fr. Maurice. Deacon's ordination 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: "To make a million, start with 900,000." Mortin Shulman.



WHO IS WHO?: Each month we will have a person to discover! A few clues and let us guess the person's name: Sit at the 3 row pew south side, always smiling and his son is a teen. So, who is our person of September? Let us know during the coffee hour.

YEAR AROUND CALENDAR:
SEP 10 Evans Street Party today!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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. and on Wednesday Study and HT @ 10 am.

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

YOUR PARISH
Email: iglesiastesteban@hotmail.com

Sunday, September 4, 2011

EVANS STREET PARTY
2011


Everybody is invited to
attend and participate
at Evans Street Party
in our neighbourhood.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th
from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm.
Bring food to share with others.

There is a lot of fun and alwats news
things to discover fro the people in
our neighbourhood.

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Week of September 4 to 10, 2011

BULLETIN ST. PAUL # 334


Dear sisters and brothers in Christ,

This Sunday, please join us to celebrate
Twelfth 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:


The Sunday's homily is based on the gospel St. Matthew 18: 15-20,
the Christian Reconciliation.

(Picture of the Statue of Reconciliation at Coventry Cathedral, UK.)
SEPTEMBER 4th @ 10:30 AM

Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost.
Presider & Homilist: Father Maurice
Lay Reader: Brian Beech
Sidepeople for September:
Shirley Buckley & Elizabeth Quinlan
Chancel Guild:
Liz Quinlan & Kay Karbownik
Hymns: 330, 362, 485 & 349
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.

WEDNESDAY SERVICES: Join us for our Study & Holy Eucharist @ 10 am with the series of studies on Liturgy & Symbolism, followed by coffee time.

PRAYERS: Please, keep in your prayers:
For those who are travelling:
For those who are sick: Mick Dorsett, Monica Edwards, Winsibley and Arthur & Beulah Reid.
For those who are sick. Additional Requests this month: Lynne Argyle, George & Edith Foreman, Bernice Graham, The Kennedy Family, Brigit Barton, Ruby Rasmussen, Eleine Tan & Phil Parker.
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.
We pray for those who have died: For all those beloved from our congregation, family members, relatives & friends of St.Paul's: Norma Cunliffe, Jack Layton & Rob Blair.
Our thanksgiving prayer for: For the great summer that we enjoyed.

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

COMING ACTIVITIES:
SEP 04 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am
SEP 05 Labour Day (Holiday)
SEP 06 Pastoral Counselling @ 9:30 am
SEP 06 Baptismal Preparation @ 7:30 pm
SEP 07 Study & Holy Eucharist @ 10 am
SEP 07 Corporation meeting @ 12 pm
SEP 08 Chancel Guild meeting @ 8 pm in the church
SEP 10 Evans Street Party from 4 to 7 pm
SEP 11 Sunday School starts @ 10:30 am
SEP 11 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am
SEP 12 Advisory Board @ 8 pm
SEP 13 Clericus meeting @ 12 pm
SEP 13 Postulancy Committee @ 9 am
SEP 14 Wednesdays Study & HE @ 10 am
SEP 15 Ethnic Ministries meeting @ 5:15 pm
SEP 18 Sunday Service & Sunday School @ 10:30 am
SEP 21 Wednesday Study & HE @ 10 am
SEP 22 Thursday Study Group start from 7:30 to 8:30 pm
SEP 25 Sunday Service & Sunday School @ 10:30 am
SEP 25 Back to Church Sunday
SEP 28 Wednesday Study & HT @ 10 am

FROM THE ANGLICAN CALENDAR:
SEP 04 1st Anglican Eucharist in Canada, 1578
SEP 08 The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
SEP 10 Edmund J. Peck, Missionary to the Innuit, 1924
SEP 13 Cyprian, Bishop of cartahge, Martyr, 258
SEP 14 Holy Cross Day
SEP 16 Ninian, Bishop of Galloway, c. 430
SEP 18 Founders of the Church of Canada
SEP 19 Theodore of Tarsus, Archbp. of Canterbury, 690
SEP 20 John C. Patterson & his companions, Martyrs, 1871
SEP 21 Saint Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist
SEP 25 Sergius, Abbot in Moscow, Spiritual Teacher, 1392
SEP 26 Lancelot Andrewers, Bishop of Winchester, 1626
SEP 29 Saint Michael and All Angels
SEP 30 Jerome, Teacher of the Faith, 420.
For more information about the calendar of the Church Year, check the BAS (pages 14 to 33).

THE ANGLICAN CYCLE OF PRAYER:
SEP 04 Diocese of Guyana, West Indies
SEP 05 Diocese of Gwagwadala, Nigeria
SEP 06 Diocese of Haiti, Haiti
SEP 07 Diocese of Huanato'o, Melanesia
SEP 08 Diocese of Harare, Central Africa
SEP 09 Diocese of Hawaii, USA
SEP 10 Diocese of Hereford, England.

LAY READER'S CALENDAR:
SEP 04 Brian Beech
SEP 11 Radika Fraser
SEP 18 Alan Peters
SEP 25 Harlan Lunn.

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.
SUN. SEP 11 Kay Karbownik
SUN. SEP 18 Put your name here
SUN. SEP 18 Put your name here
SUN. SEP 25 Put your name here

COFFEE TIME:
SEP 04 Father Maurice
SEP 11 Put your name here
SEP 18 Put your name here
SEP 25 Put your name here.

BIRTHDAYS OF SEPTEMBER:
SEP 04 Maya Stankiewicz
SEP 20 Jose Coroa
SEP 26 Thomas Tudor
SEP 29 Catherine Hanes.

ANNIVERSARIES:
SEP 22 Marjory Holland, In Memoriam
SEP 29 Fr. Maurice. Deacon's ordination 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: "I am opposed to millionaires...but it would be dangerous to offer me the position." Mark Twain.

WHO IS WHO?: Each month we will have a person to discover! A few clues and let us guess the person's name: Sit at the 3 row pew south side, always smiling and his son is a teen. So, who is our person of September? Let us know during the coffee hour.

YEAR AROUND CALENDAR:
SEP 10 Evans Street Party
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