Worship This Week
Reflection – What Kind of Leadership?
Questions I am Pondering
- Where do we look for leadership?
- What kind of leadership do we need right now?
- What kind of leadership do we need to take us into the future?
We are also marking All Saints/All Souls Day in worship as we remember those we have loved and lost though the lighting of candles. The sanctuary is all set up!
Other Things That Are Going On!
Don’t Forget! There is a Congregational Conversation on Sunday following worship to hear and respond to the recommendation of the Transition Team and Executive. Zoom participants will be able to hear and relay questions and comments, it won’t be streamed to Facebook Live. We really encourage you to attend in person if at all possible. If you are staying for the meeting, you will be asked for Proof of Vaccination.
The United Church of Canada underwent a strategic planning process in the spring and the new mission can be summed up in the words on the right. Region 15 also worked on its on strategic plan which has three pillars: discipleship, leadership and mission. How do those dovetail with Faith that Matters, Love that Matters, Community that Matters?
The Food Bank has a Facebook page! Here’s a couple of pictures of some of the hard working volunteers!
There are new pictures up in the entryway from last Sunday’s Anniversary Service and the Blessing of the Animals Service, thanks to Janet MacLean! They are also on the front page of the website.
Engage With Love and Justice The Church in Mission Unit invites you to celebrate and learn with us about the many love and justice ministries of our church. November 3-7, the unit is hosting ENGAGE! an online love and justice gathering. Join us to worship, build community, and learn together. You can attend the sessions that interest you and ones that fit with your schedule. It’s FREE! I’ve signed up! This is part of how the United Church is supporting innovative ministry.
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Thank you! So many pictures of wonderful people. We miss them.