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Presbyterian Church in Canada

Presbytery of Halifax-Lunenburg

Make Poverty History

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(October 14 - October 20, 2019)



1:00-3:30 pm    No ALL art class this week due to holiday.

                            (2/6 weeks)



10:00 am          Prayer meets in Galilee.  Prayer requests can be 

                            made to the group by filling out one of the cards 

                            on the ministry opportunities table or by 

                            emailing Prayer Group

1:00-3:00 pm   "Time Out" meets (Galilee).



2:00 pm            PCW meets in Galilee.

7:00 pm            Music Team meets 

8:00 pm            Instrumentalists meet for practice.



9:40-9:55 am   Join the Pre-Worship Prayer Group in Galilee.

10:00 am         Worship with Sunday school classes available for all 

                            ages.  Guest Worship Leader:  Rev. Dr. Laurence 



Scripture Reader:     Emily Trider         

Elder Assisting:         John Vandertuin 

Sound System:          Don Teed 

Projection:                 Brandon Trider   

Welcomers:               Jim Banach & Judith Speelman

Nursery:                     Evan Kruisselbrink & Robbie Trider

Counters:                   Ken Kingsbury & Barry MacDonald

Hospitality:               Heathe Churchill & Jeff Brown




1.  PCW Soup Luncheon - Thursday, October 24 from 11am to 1 pm.  Come and choose from a variety of delicious soups.  Mouth-watering desserts to go with your tea or coffee. Free will offering.

2. Canucopia Food Bank Drive - Orchard Valley United Church is hosting its Fall Canucopia Food Bank Drive on Saturday, October 19, at Atlantic Superstore, New Minas, from 8 am to 8 pm. All food items and money raised will be divided between our three local food banks - Canning, Wolfville & Fundy (serving Kentville & New Minas Area). This is our 10th Food Bank Drive, and we just keep growing. Please come out and support this worthy cause.

3.  The Loyal Workers of Port Williams United Baptist Church invite you to our "Awesome Autumn" Hamburger Soup/Corn Chowder luncheon on Wednesday, October 16 from 11:30am to 1pm. Cost is $8. per person and as always we will be offering a great array of delicious desserts, fresh breads, tea and coffee.

4. Light Of Hope - Sunday, October 20, 2:00pm at Serenity Lindsay Funeral Home, 192 Commercial St, Berwick.  Inspired by the tragic death of Harley Lawrence, this event has become a night to remember all of those who suffer around us, but especially those who have been lost to addiction, mental illness or died on the street. Please join us for this time of prayer, reflection and in committing ourselves to be lights of hope in dark places.

5.  Spiritual Health Conference 2019 - Thursday, October 24 from 8:45 am-3:30 pm (registration 8-8:45am) Registration fee is $35 (includes light breakfast morning refreshments & lunch). The workshop will provide an opportunity to develop a better understanding of mental health/illness continuum; examine the impact of labels and stigma of mental health challenges; explore practical ways to navigate equity/understanding; and increase awareness and significance of our own self-care.  Registration deadline is Friday, October 18.  For more information or to get a registration form, see the pamphlets on the ministry opportunities table.  

6.  The Port Williams Health Auxiliary invites you to their Christmas Coffee Party and Snowman Display on Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019 from 9:30 to 11:30 am in Lockwood Hall at Port Williams United Baptist Church. Bake Table, Touch-and-Take, Christmas Table, Frozen Soups and Entrees. Free will offering with all proceeds for on-going projects.

7.  "Let's Talk Diabetes"- hosted by Nova Scotia Health Authority in the Annapolis Valley.  This is an event for the public on Nov 14 from 1:00-4:00 p.m.  People can attend any portion of the afternoon.  Location: Louis Millet Community Complex, 9489 Commercial Street, New Minas NS. Content: Information on type 2 diabetes through short presentations, health information booths and demonstrations.  Free Admission, no registration required.  There are prizes to be won!

World Food Day (Oct. 16)

Yemen's four-year civil war has produced the worst humanitarian crisis on the planet and put thousands at risk of famine.  Instability has disrupted food production and access, leaving women and men trapped in cycles of hunger, and children facing acute malnutrition.  Staggeringly, conflict is named as the cause of acute food insecurity in 18 countries around the world.  PWS&D responds to hunger by delivering food and nutrition assistance in times of conflict or disaster.  In Yemen, PWS&D is supporting members of Canadian Foodgrains Bank to provide 1,100 hungry families with packages of flour, beans, oil, sugar and salt.  "Hope has started to appear over the horizon," says Wardan, who is relieved to be able to feed her daughters again.

PWS&D meets food needs in time of conflict