Readings for Sunday 11th June,
Pentecost 2 First reading: Genesis 12.1-9
Psalm 33 Second reading: Romans 4.13-25
Gospel: Matthew 9.9-13, 18-26
Response for Psalm 33: “Our soul waits for you O God, you are our
help and our shield”
Link for Sunday 11th June 10.00 am service:
Summer services. Begin on Sunday 25th June, when we switch to
just one service of Holy Eucharist at 9.30 am each week. This will run
until September. The service on 25th June is an extra special one because
we shall be having baptisms, which hasn’t happened for a while, so get
up a little earlier and plan on attending this very special event.
The church office is open Monday to Friday, 9.00 am to 1.00 pm.
Parish members are invited to have the name of a person
upheld in prayer during Sunday services Intercessions (Prayers of the People)
by simply entering the name in the black prayer request book located in the
Narthex. Those unable to attend to this can call the office and ask that Kathy
enter the name in the book on your behalf. Sharon will again be managing
the prayer list. Please note that a number of names have been removed as
there have been no updates in a long time. If your loved one’s name is not
on the active prayer list a simple call the office at 519-660-6198 to again have
the name added. Thanks to all who give updates status on Prayer needs.
Ministry of the Month for June Helping men in our community. This month we
support two organizations that work with men in crisis and struggling with mental
health and addiction issues.
Mission Services provides food, emergency shelter, clothing, crisis intervention
and rehabilitation programs.
The Unity Project works to stabilize people in their moment of crisis and to engage
them in their own process toward lasting stability utilizing all available community
resources. they work with clients and other agencies to combat homelessness
through finding housing with wrap around supports.
Needed: toiletries, razors, underwear, socks, wallets, bus tickets, t-shirts,
backpacks and coffee mugs. Donations can be placed in the box in the Narthex. Thank you.
This past Saturday we served a record 86 breakfasts! Each time we meet new friends who have
heard about the program from others or have seen our signs. The numbers indicate that food
insecurity continues to be an issue for many – young, middle age and seniors. The weather was
perfect for folks to enjoy our outside spaces while visiting with friends. Your continued
financial support is needed and appreciated in order that we can provide a nutritious meal for
participants. Thank you!
Our next breakfast is Saturday June 17th from 9 – 10:30 am. All are welcome!
Strawberries for St. Jude’s Breakfast Program. It is our tradition to serve fresh
strawberries at our breakfast closest to Canada Day. Financial donations will be appreciated to
help us provide this treat. This year we will be serving breakfast on Canada Day – July 1st.
St. Paul’s Food Bank
Our next Food Bank Sunday is this Sunday, 11th June. Please note that they have asked us not
to send any more egg cartons or plastic containers. Otherwise they will appreciate Cereals,
Spaghetti Sauce & Pasta noodles , Mac & Cheese , Canned Meat , Canned Soup , Tea Bags or
Coffee, Peanut Butter or Jam , Toilet Paper.
FundScrip Remember the new way we can now order the cards, instead of going to
Rick’s home. Joanne and Dennis Johns will set up a table in the Narthex on the first
Sunday of the month and take your card orders there. The cards will similarly be available
in the Narthex when they arrive. This new and convenient arrangement will begin 2nd July.
Yard Sale!! The St. Jude’s Yard Sale will be this Saturday, June 10th
from 8:00am to12:00pm. Everyone sets up their own tables, and removes all their unsold items.
Proceeds of your sales are split 50/50 with the church. To reserve a table call the office at
519-660-6198 or email [email protected]
On Saturday June 24th
there will be a Strawberry Social at St Jude’s, a served lunch with
strawberry desserts. The cost will be $25.00 per person, those 12 and under will be $10.00.
Tickets are available from the office. We are also planning a garden sale of plants – indoor and
outdoor, and a few garden-themed items, and will be grateful for donations of some of your
Save the Date
National Indigenous People’s Day, a special weekend at St. Aidan’s Church on Friday,
Saturday and Sunday, 16thto 18th of June.
Author and activist Patty Krawek will be keynote
speaker, and will read from her book “Becoming Kin; a time for Unforgetting”.
See the poster in the Narthex for full details.
Happy Birthday to Sharon V., who had a birthday last Sunday and we didn’t sing “Happy
Birthday” to her. Hope she had a happy day anyway!!
Happy Anniversary! This week to Vikki and Don N., and Sharon and Geoff V.,
celebrating yesterday, the 6th of June.