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(March 25 - March 31, 2019)



10:00 am          Prayer Group meets in Galilee.  If you have a prayer

                            request, please fill out one of the cards on the 

                            ministry opportunities table and put it in the prayer 


10-12:30pm     Art Class with Twila Robar-DeCoste (Emmaus)

                            (Week 7 of 8) 

1:00 pm           "Time Out" meets in Galilee.

1:00-3:30 pm   ALL Art Class with Twila Robar-DeCoste (Emmaus)

                            (Week 4 of 8)

7:30 pm           Finance Team meets at the home of Dorothy Maynard.



11 am-1 pm    PCW soup luncheon - last one until the Fall.  Come 

                          and enjoy a lovely lunch.  A variety of soups to choose

                          from followed by dessert.  Free will offering.  Bring a 

                          friend or pop up on your lunch break.  

7:00 pm          Music Team meets for practice.

8:00 pm          Instrumentalists meet for practice.



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

10:00 am          4th Sunday in Lent - Worship with Sunday School 

                            available for all ages.  

                            Guest Worship leader:  Rev. Sarah Scott


Scripture Reader:      Pam Kilpatrick       

Elder Assisting:         Ross Morrow

Sound System:          Darren Kruisselbrink 

Projection:                 Brandon Trider 

Welcomers:               Ken Kingsbury & Anne Van Arragon 

Nursery:                     Heather & Sam Churchill 

Counters:                   Peggy Beazley & Dorothy Maynard

Hospitality:                Kevin & Jennifer Veinot



1.  Vacation Bible Camp 2019: We are back! Energy and enthusiasm renewed! Venture onto an uncharted island where kids survive and thrive.  Anchor kids in the truth that Jesus carries them through life's storms. Kings Presbyterian Church welcomes Shipwrecked, Vacation Bible Camp, July 8-12, 2019.  Mark your calendars and don't miss this exciting opportunity to be a part of this fun and energizing ministry. Your creativity, leadership, and/or donations of materials and supplies are all welcome. Volunteers Needed!!! Early sign up sheets are available in the Great Hall.  For information, please contact Heather Churchill at  

2.  The Host Home Program at the Portal Youth Outreach Association has finally been re-formed and launched. While there has been some interest, we are always on the lookout for new host homes! We are looking for many types of host homes: long-term or short-term, singles or couples, family-style or not, even mature student roommates. The only thing the host homes all have in common is that they provide an atmosphere of acceptance, support, and appropriate supervision, a place where the youth (ages 16-19) can feel safe and secure as they transition into adulthood. To become a host home, or for more information as you discern, please contact Susan DeMont, the host home coordinator, at You can also help by spreading this information to anyone you know who might be willing to offer a place in their home!

3.  New Minas Baptist Church invites you to attend our NMBC Women's Conference on April 5 & 6.  You will experience wonderful teaching by Colleen Delong, worship led by Gina Cormier plus fantastic workshops.  Cost is $20 plus $2 online fee and includes lunch. Register at Registration deadline is Sunday, March 31.   For more info please contact Lara ( or Laurel (

4.  Free Tax Super Clinic - Friday, April 12 from 4:30-8:30 pm at the Salvation Army, 15 Nichols Avenue, Kentville.  If you have a modest income and a simple tax situation, volunteers can do your tax return for you.  For more information on what's being offered that day, please see the poster on the bulletin board in the Narthex.

5.  End of Life Information Day - what YOU need to know before you go!  April 17 at the Annapolis Royal Fire Hall   9:00 am - 4:00 pm  (doors open at 8:30 am) prompt 9:00 am start.  Speakers will be providing information on the following:  Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD), Wills and Ensuring Your Personal Wishes are Respected and Green Burials. Cost:  $20 (coffee and lunch provided).  Registration and payment MUST be received no later than 4:00 pm on April 12.  To register please contact Glenda Robinson at

6.  The 2019 KAIROS Atlantic Gathering, May 2-5 at Mount Allison, will include a public Mass Blanket Exercise with hundreds of people, a daily sunrise service and continuous Sacred Fire, elder care by Andrea Cofler, opening keynote and theological workshops by Executive Director Jennifer Henry, a Latin American feast with global partner Kelly Campo, an opportunity to delve deeper into a Stream of KAIROS' work (acknowledged with a certificate of completion) with the help of regional elders and guest speakers, advocacy workshops and more! Children's program available. 40 subsidies left. Details & registration: Questions can be directed to

7.  Empowered to Connect Conference Simulcast - April 5-6, 10:45 am- 7 pm at the Salvation Army Kentville.  Featuring TBRI (Trust-Based Relational Intervention), it is ideal for anyone who walks alongside children and youth in any capacity.  Buy tickets & Register:  Empowered to Connect Conference Simulcast 2019 - Annapolis Valley (tickets online - $40 per person or $50 per couple for the complete event, includes snacks and access to a viewing guide) Hosted locally by Forever Families of Canada (Come Alongside Network). Find us on Facebook: Come Alongside Network

8.  OVUC April Soup & Dessert Luncheon, Tuesday, April 2 - Please join us at Orchard Valley United Church for our monthly Soup & Dessert Luncheon on Tuesday, April 2.  We'll be serving a choice of Wild Rice & Chicken Soup or Gingered Carrot Soup, homemade biscuits/rolls, tea/coffee, and Cake with Rhubarb Sauce for dessert, for $8/per person.  Lunch is served from 11:45 am to 1:00 pm.

9.  The Wolfville Area Interchurch Council is presenting a series, "To Everything There is a Season: A Lenten Program on End-of-Life Preparations" to help us do just that. The sessions will be held on Wednesday evenings at L'Arche Homefires, 341 Main St. in Wolfville beginning at 7 pm.  The remaining sessions will address: April 3 - Legalities - what are the legal issues we need to prepare for?- Local Lawyer; and, April 10 - Funeral Planning - what do you want in your funeral? - Panel This Lenten series not only gives us a chance to think about our lives, but is also a gift to our family, saving them from having to deal with these issues while dealing with their grief.

10.  Safe Medicines for Seniors and Caregivers Workshop - Wednesday, March 27 from 2-3:30 pm at New Minas, Baptist Church, 9453 Commercial Street. This workshop, by Caregivers Nova Scotia,  looks at the safe use of medicines at home and pays special attention to the caregiver's role in administering and managing medications for their care recipients. Caregivers who are seniors themselves will also find it useful. You'll receive a useful guide Safe Medicines for Seniors: A Guide for Caregivers as well as information on how to use it.  Please join us and pharmacist Lacey Kolanco (Lawtons, New Minas) for this informative workshop.  The event is free, but seating is limited.  Register in advance by calling Jennine Wilson at 902-680-8706 or by calling toll-free 1-877-488-7390.

Honouring Indigenous Art

St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Picton, ON is building relationships with Indigenous people through the celebration of Indigenous art and culture. The church is now home to the largest Indigenous mural on a church in Canada. The congregation received permission by award-winning Metis visual artist and author Christi Belcourt to reproduce her Art Gallery of Ontario commissioned piece, Wisdom of the Universe. A team of Toronto muralists spent one week recreating the 37'x 36' mural on the church's north exterior wall. The entire mural is comprised of dots to represent beadwork, which is a common theme in much of Belcourt's work.

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