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It's time for our Thanksgiving Sunday Banner! Available in paper at our church gathering or for download here.
Saint Timothy's Banner is more than a newsletter. It contains messages from the people, poetry and even jokes. It is a place to express yourself and share individual testimonies as well as words of wisdom. It is a place where we remember those we have lost. But first and foremost it is a showcase for Christ in our lives! You can catch up on our previous editions too.
Saturday, October 21 | 10 AM | Marion's Home
Gathering at Marion's home and the topic in the study of the Fruits of the Spirit is Peace.
All ladies welcome! Bring a refreshment to share!
Saturday, October 28 | 9:00-11:00 AM at Westview Bible Church, 16789 Pierrefonds Blvd.
GUEST SPEAKER: Richard Long from Love Ottawa
The West Island Network is a network of churches working together for greater community impact. Please join us for our second annual prayer breakfast to discuss practical ways to impact your neighbourhood and pray together for the West Island community.
For more information and to RSVP (by October 24), please contact Daria at ROIWINMontreal@gmail.com.
Saturday, October 14 | 1:00-5:00 PM at Westview Bible Church, 16789 Pierrefonds Blvd.
PARENTING TEENS IN A SEXUALLY CHARGED WORLD — Presented by Jason Soucinek
Believe it or not, our culture is becoming more and more sexualized. Truth has been jettisoned and individuals have become the authority, making their decisions — sexual and others — based on how they feel at any given point in time. Our kids inhabit a world filled with Snapchat and Instagram, nonstop access to pornography and a media culture that only perpetuates their continued sexualization. You will learn ways to engage this reality as a parent by not communicating a list of restrictions and “don’ts” and still honouring the full and wonderful breadth of God’s grand design as the sex-maker.
Cost: $7 (+ fees) | Childcare available
More information at Westview's website here.
Saturday, October 14 | 5:30 PM — with Lakeside Heights Baptist Church
LHBC has invited members of St Timothy’s to a fellowship supper at 5:30 PM. If interested in attending, please contact Charlotte Patton at (514) 695-5021 or email@example.com.
It's time for our Thanksgiving Sunday Banner!
Saint Timothy's Banner is more than a newsletter. It contains messages from the people, poetry and even jokes. It is a place to express yourself and share individual testimonies as well as words of wisdom. It is a place where we remember those we have lost. But first and foremost it is a showcase for Christ in our lives! Catch up on our previous editions here.
Suitable articles, with a Thanksgiving theme, should be submitted to Barrie or Do Fox by Monday, October 2nd at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday, October 4th | 7:00 PM at Transformation Church, 12330 Pierrefonds Blvd., Pfds
We gather as brothers and sisters of Christ's One Church to lift up the areas where we live and work.
Come help share a bilingual Thanksgiving Gospel program and personal witness with residents at these Seniors' residences.
– Monday, October 2nd, 7:30 PM: The Cambridge, 340 Hymus Blvd., Pointe-Claire
– Tuesday, October 3rd, 7:00 PM: Maxwell, 678 Surrey, Baie D’Urfé
– Wednesday, October 4th, 7:00 PM: Sunrise, 4377 St-Jean Blvd., D.D.O.
– Saturday, October 7th, 2:30 PM: Cedarhouse, 14 Cedar Ave., Pointe-Claire
Contact Barbara Arnold: (514) 426-8829
Gift shoe boxes for God's children in Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Ivory Coast, Sierra Leone, Senegal, and Gambia
Please pick up the boxes you need by signing your name and box quantity on the sheet available on Sundays. Return filled boxes, including mailing charge of $10.00/box, by Sunday, November 12, 2017. Remember, no candy this year! Can we do better than last year’s 37 Boxes?
Contact Bob Sumner: (514) 695-6335
Saturday, October 21 | Westview Bible Church, 16789 Pierrefonds Blvd.
AWANA and Child Evangelism Fellowship Children's Ministry Conference, "Perspective" will be taking place at Westview Bible Church in Pierrefonds, on Saturday October 21st from 9 AM to 4 PM.
Cost: $30.00, includes snacks and lunch for those who pre-register. Please register by Tuesday, October 17th.
Info, including details on the workshops, is available here.
September 22 to November 3, 2017 | Fridays 7:00 - 9:00 PM
We're excited to be hosting The Marriage Course, from the creators of The Alpha Course at Holy Trinity Brompton in the UK. The evening consists of a video presentation, followed by a private discussion between you and your partner. Visit the official website here.
Cost: $35.00 per couple, includes book, dessert and refreshments | Babysitting available
Contact Helen: (514) 693-1592
Sunday, October 1 | After the service
Discussion will include Annual Reports, Financial Report for 2016-2017, the Budget for 2017-2018, and election for People’s Warden & Deputy Warden.
If you have motions to present, please submit them to Corporation well beforehand.
To those who have not submitted their Annual Reports, please submit them to Bob DeJean before Tuesday, September 26th!
GUEST SPEAKER: HANK POTT
Saturday, September 30 | 8:00 - 10:30 AM
Join us for a common breakfast with men of all ages from Saint Timothy's Anglican Bible Church, Lakeside Heights Baptist Church and The Westside Gathering for encouragement and hearing about what God has done in our lives. You can sign up on the bulletin board inside the church. | $5 suggested donation
Set up starts at 8:00 AM | Breakfast served at 9:00 AM
September 15 - 17, 2017 | 1505 Chemin Alfred-Desrochers, Orford, QC
Join us for our annual Parish Retreat in Orford at Parkside Ranch.
Guest Speaker is Rev. Joel Albert Coppieters, from Côte-des-Neiges Presbyterian Church.
Parkside Weekend Cost includes lodging, all Saturday and Sunday meals/refreshments and use of the facilities. The rooms are dorms with separate men and women shower/washroom facilities.
For more information or to pre-register see Charlotte Paton or contact Deacon Alan: (438) 406-4165 or e-mail at email@example.com
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have caused catastrophic damage to South Texas, Louisiana, Florida, Georgia and South Carolina.
How can you help? ARDF is partnering with Bishop Clark Lowenfield of the Anglican Diocese of the Western Gulf Coast. Based in Houston, Bishop Clark will be coordinating the relief effort among churches in the region. Once the weather has passed, they will make an assessment of the ACNA communities in the flooded areas and begin to distribute the aid we are receiving now. Join the relief effort regarding Hurricane Harvey with the Anglican Relief & Development Fund Canada.
ARDF is also partnering with several Anglican Dioceses to help get relief to people affected by Hurricane Irma: the Diocese of the Gulf Atlantic, based in Jacksonville, FL, The Anglican Diocese of the South, based in Atlanta, GA, and the Diocese of the Carolinas, based in Pleasant, SC. At the moment, you can only donate regarding Hurricane Irma via the General ARDF Website.
Anglican Relief and Development Fund Canada (ARDFC) is partnering with the Anglican Diocese of Cameroon to provide a full service healthcare clinic in the city of Douala. It will offer inexpensive, quality care to people who do not have access to, or who cannot afford, health care and medications.
The clinic will be operated by the Diocese, which is part of the Church of West Africa, and is expected to provide care to about 1000 patients each month. The Diocese will ensure that patients have access to affordable care as well as hear the Good News of the Great Physician.
Read more about the project and donate online at the ARDFC website.
CHANGING THE WORLD ONE CHILD AT A TIME
October 4 & 12, 2017 | Cineplex Colisée Kirkland
What happens when a six-year-old boy in Kenya is abandoned by his family and left to raise himself on the streets? MULLY is no ordinary rags-to-riches tale. It's the true story of Charles Mully, whose unlikely stratospheric rise to wealth and power leaves him questioning his own existence, searching for meaning in life. Against the better judgment of family and community, Mully sets out to enrich the fate of orphaned children across Kenya. Jeopardizing his own life and the security of his family, Charles Mully risks everything and sets in motion a series of events that is nothing short of astonishing.
You can catch this new documentary film from Focus on the Family at the Cineplex Colisée Kirkland exclusively on October 4 and 12.
Monday, August 21 to Friday, August 25 | 9 AM - 4 PM
KIDS' DAY CAMP, AGES 4 - 12
Bible stories, games, songs, activities and snacks! Start talking it up with your kids, grandkids and neighbours! See Helen for invitations and posters to pass around to family & friends.
To register or for more information, contact Sue at (514) 894-0836.
The South Sudanese — already desperately poor and struggling to survive in the midst of a three-year civil war — are facing famine. Many have had to flee their homes searching for safety. Others, who have stayed behind haven't been able to plant their crops due to the war. The warring government and rebel forces which have created this terrible situation have been preventing humanitarian aid from reaching those most in need. Now the international community is beginning to take note and stepping in to try to restore peace and order and get food and supplies to the starving.
With our strong relationship with the South Sudan Episcopal Church, we are able to send aid directly to where the famine is most severe to support their work of feeding and caring for those who need it most. Join the relief effort with the Anglican Relief & Development Fund Canada.
On July 29th, we had the opportunity to celebrate Ariel and Marge's baptisms with a Parish Picnic at the Fox's cottage in Harrington.
View the photo album here (password sent through Parish E-mail).
Saturday, July 29 | Barrie & Do's Chalet
Join us for our annual Parish Picnic by the lake in the countryside at Barrie & Do Fox’s place on Lac Des Esclaves in Harrington.
If anyone is interested in baptism or reaffirming their faith please speak to Pastor Dan or Deacon Alan.
For directions, click here.
October 25 - 27, 2017 | Burlington, ON
Our ANiC Synod will be taking place in Burlington, Ontario this year, and the theme will be "Remember Jesus", taken from 2nd Timothy 2:8-10:
Remember Jesus Christ, risen from the dead, the offspring of David, as preached in my gospel, for which I am suffering, bound with chains as a criminal. But the word of God is not bound! Therefore I endure everything for the sake of the elect, that they also may obtain the salvation that is in Christ Jesus with eternal glory.
Saint Timothy's Banner is more than a newsletter. It contains messages from the people, poetry and even jokes. It is a place to express yourself and share individual testimonies as well as words of wisdom. It is a place where we remember those we have lost. But first and foremost it is a showcase for Christ in our lives!
Sunday, June 25th
The Old Brewery Mission's Patricia Mackenzie Women's Pavilion is asking for toiletries (shampoo/conditioner, toothpaste/toothbrushes, hand & body lotions, creams, soap, combs & brushes, face cloths, etc.) for the homeless women who come for help and care.
Saturday, June 17 | 10 AM | Shirley Hemsworth's Home
Gathering at Shirley's home and the topic in the study of the Fruits of the Spirit is Self-control.
All ladies welcome! Bring a dessert to share!
June 27 - 30, 2017 | Wheaton, Illinois
Global Family, Local Mission, Shared Gospel
This June, the Anglican Church in North America gathered as a Province in one place for fellowship, worship, and teaching. The time was designed for us to be together as the Body of Christ: learning, praying, and edifying one another in the Faith.
Every member, every parish, every convocation, every diocese, every bishop, every priest, every deacon, and every seminarian has a God-presented opportunity to make a difference for Christ right outside our front doors. We have been given God’s message for all humanity in the Good News of Jesus Christ, and North America is in need of His Word.
June 17 - 22, 2018 | Jerusalem, ISRAEL
GAFCON 2018 will be held in Jerusalem, returning to the place where the movement began in 2008 when over 1,000 delegates acclaimed the inspirational Jerusalem Statement and Declaration. Attendance increased to over 1,500 for GAFCON 2013 in Nairobi and we expect a healthy increase in 2018.
“The Global Anglican Future Conference (GAFCON) is enabling the Anglican Communion to be fit for God’s purposes in the twenty-first century. We are uniting Anglicans around the world in faithful witness to Jesus Christ and recovering Biblical truth where it has been compromised. There is much still to do, but we give great thanks to God for his grace at work among us.”
— Archbishop Nicholas Okoh, GAFCON Chairman & Primate of the Church of Nigeria
Wednesday, May 31 | 7 PM | 3675 Boul. Sources, suite 201
The Westside Gathering is hosting a West Island Network Evening of Prayer for our communities. Come and join us as we gather as brothers and sisters of Christ's One Church to lift up our concerns for the areas where we live and work.
Saturday, May 6th | 7:00 PM
Stonehaven M & D Club bring the Dietrich Bonhoeffer story to life in a live production radio drama.
Tickets $7 at the door | Proceeds going to Crossway Ministries to Refugees in Berlin.