On this holy weekend, we pray for those who were killed or injured as they went to worship services in Sri Lanka.
The Greenbank Lions are selling spring fertilizer 21-7-7, in a 55 lb. bag for $28. Proceeds are going to the Oak Ridges Hospice. Call Don at (905) 985-3595, for more information.
The Seagrave Church is fundraising with Otter Greenhouses, located at 315 Medd Road in Epsom, from April 15th to June 2nd. Simply purchase your flowers and let the cashier know that you would like your purchase to go toward our fundraiser. Please help spread the word to friends and family about this fundraisier.
The Good Friday service was very meaningful. The story of the resurrection of Jesus was read, accompanied with some animations. The story was brought to life with a re-enactment by Minister Stephaine and congregation members David Hooker, John DeBono, Rick McAskill, Doug Watson and Ted Smith. The choir’s anthem was entitled “Ave Verum”.
On Easter Sunday, Barb Martyn and Rick McAskill greeted people as they entered the sanctuary. There were numerous beautiful Easter bonnets being worn by the ladies. As church began, one of our members portrayed Mary, mother of Jesus, and came running in to the sanctuary shouting, “Jesus is alive, Jesus is alive!” She explained to the congregation what she had found at the tomb, and how we are now going to have an Easter Party. The congregation was asked to help decorate the Sanctuary with flowers, balloons, candles, and of course, the cross. Roger Bullock, Linda Buscher and Eleanor Sturman visited the Birthday Box. Tara Taylor gave the Minute for Mission report. The choir’s anthem was dedicated to those injured and killed in Sri Lanka. Minister Stephanie brought a resurrection plant for the 'Young at Heart' story. She said that the plant looks dead, but if you put it in water, it will come back to life. Minister Stephanie then added that God never gives up on us, and that we should not give up on others. Many members of the congregation brought flowers to the church in memory of family members that had passed. Minister Stephanie reminded everyone that Jesus lives in us all.
April 26th - The Seagrave Farmers are participating in the 13th 'Grate Groan-Up Spelling Bee' fundraiser for the Georgina Public Library in Sutton, Ontario. They are looking for participants and cheerleaders for the team. If you are interested contact Howard at (905) 985-6934 for details. The Park Committee would like you to keep them in mind as you start your spring cleaning. They will be collecting scrap metal, e-waste, bottles, and cans. However, new this year, they will also be collecting gently used clothing and bedding. Please bring your donations to Seagrave Park for the Earth Day event on April 27th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. A pancake breakfast will be provided there for $7, for adults and $4 for children. All proceeds will be going to park improvements. Please note that they are also looking for student volunteers. E-mail to this address: email@example.com for more information.
April 28th - You are invited to, 'Extreme Balloons with Jungle Jack'. Pizza and refreshments will be served at 1 p.m., and the show will begin at 2 p.m. a free will offering will be requested. Please call Rick at (905) 988-8383 if you are planning to attend.
May 24th and 25th - Annual Seagrave Church Yard Sale.
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