We certainly are getting a blast of winter, but we have not been hit as hard as some areas.The temperature has really dropped, and with the wind chill it is cold.The cold weather did not deter the attendance at the Joyfull Noise concert. The church was filled with people singing, and dancing in the aisles. There were some pretty good “twisters” out there.
The Seagrave Community sends their condolences to Greta and Clarence Cameron on the recent death of Greta’s sister, Marjorie O’Grady of Lindsay. We send our thoughts and prayers to all those who are experiencing poor health conditions.
The Greenbank-Seagrave Lions Club is collecting pull tabs to finance seeing eye dogs. Any pull tabs from beer cans, pop cans, or any other type of pull tab are acceptable.Contact Don Beacock for pickup, or more information, at (905) 985-3595.
The Mariposa Men's Lob Ball Baseball League is looking to start a team in Seagrave to play on Sunday nights at 6 p.m. or 7 p.m. The first game will be on May 11th. Two players can be the age of 32, and the rest can be over 35. In most cases you need 15 players to make a team. Contact John Olivero at this address: email@example.com if interested.
Important Notice: All committee reports, for the Annual Report, must be submitted by February 2nd to the Co-ordinator, Betty Lou Beacock at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please get started on your reports.
Thank-you this week goes out to the committee that organized the Joyfull Noise Choir; Rick McAskill, Keith Puckrin, and Linda Buscher and to the Stewards that sold tickets and stayed to clean up. Thanks also goes out to Dale Goddard, for the new e-mail news format, and to Dale and Richard Charron for operating the power-point. Lastly, thank-you goes out to Carol Coleman for teaching the Sunday School class.
The greeters at church last Sunday were Carol Coleman and John DeBono. Jonathon Feyen and Stephanie Richmond lit the Christ Candle. Happy Birthday wishes went out to Glenda Owler, who visited the birthday box. 'Minute for Missions', was read by Richard Charron. Minister Stephanie’s Youth and Young at Heart story was entitled “The Secret of Saying Thanks”. Everyone has secrets; some we share, and some we don’t. Minister Stephaine suggested that we be thankful and happy because each of us is different. David Hooker’s solo “I Believe” was inspiring. Darlene Hallett read the scriptures. Minister Stephanie’s message was about situations that don’t always turn out as expected, such as in the Scripture John 2. This story tells of the situation that arose, at a peasant wedding,when they ran out of wine. At that time, this would have brought shame and humiliation to the family. Jesus turned the water into wine and averted a difficult situation. Let’s share in the joy and abundance that we have.
January 24th at 7 p.m. Let's Talk About. Scripture to be discussed will be John 2: 1-11. Everyone is welcome.
February 9th at 9 a.m. Valentine's Breakfast, hosted by the Men’s Breakfast Group. Free will offerings are accepted. Please call Rick at (905) 985-8383 or email to: email@example.com if you wish to attend.
February 10th at 9:15 a.m.Communion Service.
February 17th at 9:15 a.m. Pajama Morning Service. Get your cozy P.J.s ready!
Febrary 20th at 7:30 p.m. Congregational meeting in the basement.
February 26th at 7:30 p.m. Official Board Meeting in Greenbank.
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