Readings for Sunday 19th June 2022 , Pentecost 2
First reading: 1 Kings 19.1-4a, 8-15a
Psalm 22 (the response will be said)
Second reading: Galations 3.23-29
Gospel: Luke 826-39
Sunday services. The diocese has lifted all Covid restrictions, so now it is no longer mandatory
for you to wear a mask for the 10.00 am service, although this is always a personal choice and
recommended, and hand sanitizing and social distancing where possible are sensible precautions.
The diocese leaves it up to individual parishes to decide what rules they wish to apply.
For the month of June masks will still be required at the 8.30 am service at St. Jude’s, and after
that the situation will be reconsidered.
The Common Cup can now be offered at Communion, but reception of this is optional, and
receiving just the Bread still constitutes a full Communion.
The 10.00 am service will be live streamed and recorded for the website, YouTube and
Facebook page. Here is the link for the live stream: https://youtu.be/LSRjgn-rYNg
Kathy is in the office Monday to Friday, 9 am to 1.00 pm.
Prayer and Pastoral Care
Please pray this week for
Glenda; Ruth; Mary, Jacqui, Pat; John; Sean; Pat; Barb; John; Margaret, Phyllis; Dave and
Marylynn; Nelson; Ruth; Stephanie and Ron; Beth; Brian; Clarion and Brenda plus Lester;
Precious; Laura; Vanessa; Stephanie; Alex; Simon; Sean, Pat, Lynda, Jamie and Cathie; David,
Matt, Elizabeth, Diane, Dave and Joanne, Valerie and Norma June.
And for those known to each of you alone, and for those who have no one to remember them.
Rest In Peace
Evan Hewitson, (nephew and godson of Fr. Matt). May Evan’s soul find rest eternal and rise in
glory into the loving arms of the divine, and pray for Matt and all the family and friends to find
strength and in time comfort.
Let Us Pray for
The people and land of Ukraine. May the world bring support and resources in a timely
manner to help save lives and relocate people to safety. May the world leaders negotiate in
good faith to bring peace and an opportunity for rebuilding of lives, and safe transport of
agriculture products to feed the peoples of the world who are in need.
Let Us Pray for
For members of the LGBTQ2S+ community and their allies. During June, Pride month, it
behooves everyone to accept that every human being is a child of God and deserves to be
afforded dignity and opportunities to flourish in life.
Let Us Pray for
All those people suffering challenges due to the rising cost of living, especially people on set
and limited incomes. Food banks are now servicing people who have for years been donors.
May world markets and peace be established to help stabilize world markets, and the power
brokers use their influence and resources to protect people from war, hunger, disease and
Let Us Pray for
The vulnerable, the marginalized, the poor, the oppressed (especially in places like
Afghanistan) where freedom and flourishing seems a distant dream. May they have the political
will and the support needed to live the full safe life you would have for all your children.
Let Us Pray for
All of Creation as discussions and genuine actions to halt climate change and manage global
warming and eco systems seem to ebb and flow depending on the political spotlight. May the
will of individuals to each do their part and to influence the power brokers always be front and
center and all become the stewards of your good creation.
In celebration of Trinity Sunday just past
May the God who created a world of diversity and vibrancy,
Go with us as we embrace life in all its fullness.
May the Son who teaches us to care for stranger and foreigners,
Go with us as we try to be good neighbours in our communities.
May the Spirit who breaks down our barriers and celebrates community,
Go with us as we find the courage to create a place of welcome for all.
June Cycle of Prayer – The fifth Mark Of Mission
Treasure – Safeguard and Renew the Earth
As Christians we are called to “safeguard the integrity of creation”. Our world is a gift from
God, and we bear the responsibility for caring for the world and the Earth’s resources.
Lord, you came into our lives to redeem all that is good, guide us in our turn to renew and
sustain the the life of your creation. Let your glory fill this place.
Let your glory fill this world!
We honour ministries in support of SAFEGUARDING AND RENEWING THE EARTH: the
Fifth Mark of Mission, including:
Environmental Team, Work to reduce single use plastics and major recycling initiatives,
Buildings and Grounds, Lock up Security Group.
Finance and Audit groups, Committee of Stewards, Treasurer, Fundscrip, Garage Sales,
Looking for the latest Devotional Booklets?
They are in the Narthex, so help yourself, or if you cannot get there you can call the office at 519-660-6198 to arrange pick-up.
Outreach for June
St. Paul’s Foodbank – June 11th
Community Breakfast – June 4th and 18th
National Indigenous Day – June 21st
Rotholme: Family Shelter primarily accommodates families (two parent and single parent
families, both male and female led).
Needs: Fitted single sheets, towels and diapers for 4-5months old.
St. Paul’s Foodbank
Our next food bank Sunday is Sunday, 10th July.
Once again the team is getting ready for this week’s breakfast. We’re never sure how many
people will come so will prepare for 65. With the grilled ham and cheese sandwich, we’ll serve
fresh baby carrots or grape tomatoes, since guests really enjoy having the fresh vegetables.
For the first Saturday in July we like to add fresh strawberries to celebrate Canada Day. Your
financial donations towards this seasonal treat would be most appreciated. Thank you!
Our next breakfast is this Saturday, June 18th.
Ukraine aid. The Primate’s Fund is collecting gifts for aid to Ukraine (enter PWRDF to find
the website) and also the Canadian Red Cross (enter Canadian Red Cross for details), or your
own favourite agency. The need continues to be great and urgent.
Pies!! Believe it or not, the ladies have already begun making pies with the fruits of summer,
and rhubarb pies are now available for you. Pick one (or two) up after the services on Sunday,
they are the usual $10.00 each, (and worth every mouth watering penny!)
Craft Group. The Wednesday Craft group has stopped meeting now until August 17th. If
anyone requires anything from this group, please contact the office at 519-660-6198.
Masonry. You may have noticed that the stonework along the church side of the East driveway
needs some work. If you or someone you know could help with the repairs, please contact
the office at 519-660-6198.
Happy Birthday! This week to Christina W (12th June) and Sherry W (15th) . Hope
you both had/have a happy day.