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Bulletin for Sunday April 14, 2019

Speaker:                     Ken Driedger
Worship Leader:        Bob Wideman
Song Leader:             Sheryl Wideman
Pianist:                       Lois Burkholder
Greeters:                    Ruth Fockler & Bina Xu

Order of Service

Welcome and Announcements
Call to Worship
Opening Prayer
Praise Singing
Offering
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Message: No More Idols; the King has Come!
Hymn
Congregational Response
Thanksgiving and Prayer Requests
Hymn
Benediction

Announcements

Pastors Dawne and Ken will be on duty Sunday and Tuesday through Friday.

Wideman Church will have sunrise worship on Easter Sunday at 7:00 am and breakfast at 8:00 before our normal worship at 11:00.

Experience Silver Lake this Summer! A limited number of spots are left in most weeks of summer camp. Enjoy swimming, canoeing, sailing, kayaking, archery, crafts, nature exploration, low-ropes and climbing tower, gagaball, tether ball, homemade food, singing around the campfire, new cabins and much, much more. For more information visit www.slmc.ca/camp  or call 519-422-1401

SLMC Volunteers for Summer 2019. Thank you to all who have already signed up to volunteer at Silver Lake this summer.  Volunteers are still needed for each week except for the first week of summer.  If you have a week available to volunteer at Silver Lake, especially in the kitchen or on maintenance, please fill out the volunteer application at slmc.campbrainstaff.com.  There are about 30 more volunteer spots to fill, so please sign up and bring a friend!

Mennonite Disaster Service Canada (MDS) has two exciting opportunities to repair or build new homes after disasters in Canada.
Westport, Newfoundland:  MDS is building a house for a family of 5 who lost their home in a house fire in Westport, Nfld. The project begins on June 2 and will run till July 27, 2019. Weekly volunteers are invited to serve in up to two week blocks. If serving for two weeks MDS will reimburse the cost of travel. For scheduling call Lucille Toews at 866-261-1274 or email ltoews@mds.mennonite.net.
Grand Forks, BC: On May 10, 2018 a major flood hit Grand Forks, BC with much of the town engulfed in water. Beginning May 5, 2019 MDS will repair houses and possibly build new houses for those that flooded. MDS is scheduling weekly volunteers to serve for 1-3 weeks. Schedule your week(s) online at https://mds.mennonite.net/volunteer-registration-form/  or call 800-241-8111.

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LOOKING AHEAD – WIDEMAN MENNONITE CHURCH EVENTS

  • May 12: The Friends Handicapable Ministry

LOOKING AHEAD – MENNONITE COMMUNITY EVENTS

 Tonight, April 14, 2019 (5-8 PM): We cordially invite you all to celebrate Easter with us at Journey Church. The program will be conducted in English with Chinese subtitles.  Free Admission; all are welcome!

April 19: Markham-Stouffville Mennonite Churches will join for Good Friday worship and communion at Rouge Valley Church at 10:30 am.

April 25th at 7 pm The Markham Stouffville Crisis Pregnancy Centre invites you to all attend our Annual General Meeting at Markham Baptist Church . This is an opportunity for our larger community of supporters to come together with board, volunteers and staff, and celebrate God’s faithfulness in 2018. Come and support those who are on the front lines, helping and demonstrating God’s love to the Markham-Stouffville community.  Please RSVP to info@mscpc.ca.

April 27th – 7:30 pm -@ Rouge Valley Mennonite Church  is pleased to host the Pax Christi Chorale who will present  Mozart’s Requiem under the direction of David Bowser, Artistic Director and Conductor. Refreshments will be served following the performance. Ticket cost is $25.00.Reserve your tickets by contacting Paula Feldman  at admin@rvmc.ca  or calling 905-294-6242. Thank you.

April 28th, 12:30 pm at Hagerman  the Markham Stouffville MCEC Truth and Reconciliation Working Group is hosting a finger food potluck and educational event.  The film,  “Doctrine of Discovery: Stolen Lands, Strong Hearts” will be shown at 1 pm followed by a discussion.

Saturday May 11, 2pm: AGM and Paddle the Grand Fundraiser for Silver Lake Mennonite Camp. Silver Lake supplies canoes and equipment and you enjoy a 2 hour afternoon paddle through Waterloo Region’s beautiful countryside. This fun, family-friendly event ends at Kiwanis Park (Kitchener) with dinner provided. Funds raised help support Silver Lake’s summer camp program. Please join us on the river or support a paddling team! To register or donate visit www.slmc.ca.  The AGM will take place at Kiwanis Park (Kitchener) at 2pm. For more information visit www.slmc.ca

 

 

 

 

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