Anglican Church of Canada
|Holy Trinity||All Saints’||Parish|
Sunday, November 12 at 1:00 p.m.
Holy Trinity Hall
|Tuesday, October 10 at 7:00 p.m.
All Saints’ Hall
|Tuesday, November 7 at 7:00 p.m.
Holy Trinity Hall
As we are currently without an Administrative Assistant, the parish office will be closed in the month of October.
During the Rector’s vacation, emergency pastoral care will be provided by the Rev. Mel Malton. Please contact one of the parish or church wardens.
Please remember Food Bank Sunday is the first Sunday of each month – next one will be October 1.
A weekly Bible study on Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. at Holy Trinity.
Orders are due next week – October 1st! See Sheila for more information.
Will meet on October 2 at 1:30 p.m.
All Saints’ Church is having a Fall Bulb Fundraiser. Catalogues are available at the back of the church. To place an order, contact Fr. Michal or Sheila. Order deadline is October 8.
Will be held on Sunday afternoon 8 October 2017 at Holy Trinity Church. All congregation & family are welcome. Cost is $6.00 / adult. Please make sure you sign up as we need to know how many to plan for. Volunteers are needed to setup, provide food, prepare food & clean up. There are sign up sheets for each of these. Everyone needs to participate. We will start to set up at 3:30 & hopefully everything will be ready by 5:00. If everyone pitches in for clean up, it will be a breeze. Any questions call Vivian.
The PWRDF is accepting donations for the victims of recent hurricanes and earthquakes. For more information on how you can help, visit pwrdf.org/donate/how-to-donate/
A reminder that prayer sheets are available at the back of both churches, to give you the opportunity to add names to our intercessions when you arrive on Sunday morning. These names will not go on the regular prayer list, unless you indicate you would like them to.
This document, “This Holy Estate”, is available at the back of both churches.
At parish council on April 15, 2014 the SafeR Church Policy was approved, which will be the reference that the parish will use in concerns of abuse awareness and response in our parish activities. This policy will apply to all individuals involved in the parish, including rental groups. Copies are available in both churches.
The parish has a Facebook page! Please check us out at: facebook.com/parishofwilmot, and click “like” to receive regular posts. The hope is that this will be a tool to increase our profile in the community, giving a wider circle of friends a glimpse of the life of our community.
Participation schedules are available at the back of each church. Please let the parish office know if there are any errors. Please arrange for a replacement if you are not available on the scheduled date.
If parishioners would like their addresses updated or corrected, especially for the Diocesan Times subscription, please let the parish office know preferably by email. Canada Post requires civic address on almost all mail especially in rural areas.