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Bulletin for Sunday September 30, 2018

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

Order of Service

Welcome and Announcements
Call to Worship  
Opening Prayer
Praise Singing
Scripture Reading: Ephesians 6:10-20closeERROR: The IP key is no longer supported. Please use your access key, the testing key 'TEST'closeERROR: The IP key is no longer supported. Please use your access key, the testing key 'TEST'
Message: Staying on Our Feet (2)
Congregational Response
Thanksgiving and Prayer Requests


Pastors Dawne and Ken will be on duty Sunday through Thursday.

Church Council and Taucha Inrig have agreed to continue exploring the possibility of Taucha becoming our next pastor.    

Church Office is opened every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday (4:30-8:30pm) till end of December or so. Please feel free to come or phone in accordingly.

Check out the new Close to Home pamphlets in the foyer.  The new topics are Pornography, Drug Addiction, Gambling, Alcoholism and PTSD.

MennoMedia needs your help to make the new Voices Together hymnal a reality by Fall 2020. Before any copies of Voices Together are sold, MennoMedia will invest more than $700,000. Everence and Mennonite Central Committee U.S. have issued a matching grant challenge of up to $100,000 to help MennoMedia in this final fund-raising effort. Help ensure that Voices Togetherwill be affordably priced for congregations. Make a gift today and have it doubled! Give at Every voice matters. Every dollar counts.  

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 Tuesday October 2 (9AM-2PM): WMCEC
Join us at sewing circle to quilt and tie comforters. Men and women are welcome. Bring your lunch. Beverage will be provided.

 Wed., Oct. 10, from 7:00-9:00 pm – Calling all worship leaders! If you ever lead worship, or if you think you might like to lead worship someday, or even if you are just curious about leading worship, come join us in the church basement for our second “Worship Leaders’ Workshop.” Worshiping God is one of the church’s most important activities, and we want to be prepared to do it as well as we possibly can. 

Saturday Oct, 20: Children Dinner and Action in WMC Basement . Dinner  will be served at 5:30 and Auction starts at 7:00pm. Sign up sheet is posted in the foyer . All proceeds will go to MCC Education and Water Programs .


Oct 4th and Oct. 11th at 7:30pm at EastRidge: We are also hosting Problem Corner– which is designed for Care Planners to enrich their training. It will be a great evening. Everyone is welcome to attend.  The topic is “What to do when people are unmotivated to make helpful and needed changes in their lives.

Oct.18 and October 25 at 7:30: Care Planning training event at EastRidge Missionary church.

Saturday, October 27: Reading the Bible with Jesus Workshop. Beginning at 9:45am and concluding with a potluck at 5pm. Wouldn’t it be amazing to journey into Scripture with Jesus? What might Jesus say to us about our lives, our world and the hard issues facing the church today? Bryan Moyer Suderman will be leading a series of 3 workshops focused on “Reading the Bible with Jesus” for the GTA Mennonite churches. The potluck will be followed by a Bryan Moyer Suderman concert beginning at 7pm. Feel free to come for whatever part of the day you can… it’s all happening at Toronto Chinese Mennonite Church, 1038 Woodbine Avenue. 

February 23 is Coldest Night of the Year! Please mark your calendars!  






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