The video of the service can be found here: https://youtu.be/j04gYopSxrc
Hello everyone, Hope you have had a good week. We are blessed to have the Rev. Geoff Lloyd & the Rev. Joanne Warman leading us in worship today. We will be celebrating a service of Holy Communion.I have attached the complete service as well as the announcements, The Zoom link is below.Take care & stay safe.Gail
Topic: St. Johns Whitby’s Zoom Meeting for Sunday Services Time: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime
Operation Christmas Child is a project of the international relief organization, Samaritan’s Purse. Their mission is to provide local church partners around the world with shoeboxes filled with small toys, hygiene items, and school supplies as a means of reaching out to children in their own communities with the Good News of Jesus Christ. The organization ships these simple gifts from Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, and several other “sending” countries to children in the developing world and countries affected by war, poverty, natural disaster, famine, and disease. Distributions also occur in Aboriginal and Inuit communities in North America.
On November 7, 2021 St. John’s received a total of 248 boxes, many given in memory of Janis Mitchell by her friends and organized by Zahra, Katelyn and our Outreach Committee Chair, Janet Stephenson.
Hope you all remembered to “fall back” your clocks this morning. (If you didn’t, come back in an hour) & have had a good week.
We are blessed to have the Rev. Joanne Warman leading us in worship today. We will be celebrating a service of Ante Communion. Please find attached the announcements, the Order of Service, which contains the readings & the words to the hymns. Hope all of you have a good week. God bless,Gail Topic: St. Johns Whitby’s Zoom Meeting for Sunday Services
CHRISTMAS BAZAAR Saturday November 13th, 9:00 am -2:00 pm St. John’s Anglican Church
150 Victoria St. E Whitby, Ontario, L1N 9L8
(Ample parking in the lot east of the church off Victoria Street)
Browsing and buying at all your favorite sections:
Sweet Jellies, Jams & Preserves: Homemade Beets, Jams, Jellies … Need we say more….perfect hostess gift or gifts for that neighbor or relative who says they don’t want anything.
Gift Baskets: Mark one or two gifts off your list with these beautifully filled baskets
Crafts: Homemade crafts , signs and more make the perfect gifts for that hard to buy for person on your list.
The Parish Bake Shop: Be sure to stop by the Parish Bake shop for a cake or pie for your dinner…. I mean dessert…and maybe a plate of cookies or squares for your lunch through the week… These treats are baked from scratch and sell out fast because everyone knows church baking is the best.
We’re also putting together a Takeaway Luncheon (as opposed to an eat-in option)
Watch this space or our social media accounts for more details
The Bazaar is at St. John’s major fundraising event of the year, and we are so grateful for the support of the community of shoppers who make this part of their pre-Christmas shopping tradition
Hope everyone has had a good week. Happy Harvest Thanksgiving to all. We are blessed to have the Rev. Joanne Warman leading us in worship today. Our service today is referred to as Ante Communion, following the format of the Communion Service ending prior to the Eucharist.
You will notice some major changes in our service today. The Diocese has amended COVID protocols to allow fully vaccinated choristers to sing as long as they are masked, 2 meters from each other & 4 meters from any members of the congregation. In addition, preachers, readers & intercessors may remove their masks while speaking, as long as they maintain a distance of 4 meters from others. There are a few news items in the “Announcements” so please take a moment to read them. The readings, music & announcements are attached. Remember to use the Zoom link sent out two weeks ago…please reply to this email before 8:00 am Sunday if you don’t have it & it will be sent to you again.