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Stewardship Luncheon 28/10/2018 - 11:45 Wyman Memorial UC
Remembrance Sunday - TIME CHANGE!!! 11/11/2018 - 12:00 Wyman Memorial UC

Wyman Memorial United Church and Cote St. Charles United Churches are inclusive welcoming churches. We also reach outside to collaborate with other communities of faith and to help individuals and communities in need who would welcome our participation and support.

Our faith is rooted in the teachings of Christ. We cherish our spiritual development and Wyman’s important role in it because it serves to explain, enrich and guide our role in this world as Christians striving to live our faith. We come together to a place where we can learn about our faith, a place where we can be listened to without being judged, a place where we can get in touch with our inner thoughts and feelings in peace, a place where we can seek understanding and support when we need and want it.

Our challenge is to live our faith and to give reality to our Mission Statement.

Date: 
11/11/2018 - 12:00

At 12 noon we will gather for a soup luncheon (no charge - donations welcome).  

Our worship service will begin at 1:00 p.m.

This schedule reflects the fact that the Hudson Legion is having the Cenotaph service in the morning beginning at 10:30 a.m.

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Join us for worship on Sunday!

Our services are welcoming, relatively informal, and relevant in our changing world.

Our choir supports the congregation in our singing, and brings two anthems to each worship service.

Date: 
28/10/2018 - 11:45
On Sunday October 28, you are all invited to
a luncheon, sponsored by the Stewardship & Finance Committee and at the luncheon .........
 
EPICURE FUNDRAISER
The United Church - worship and food are two of our hallmarks!
 
So.... on October 28th we will gather for worship, then share our Stewardship Luncheon.... and have the opportunity to order some more food items which are a fundraiser for the Congregation. In fact, the congregation retains 40% of
all sales.

In the attached United News newsletter, you will find:

  • Minister's letter:  Count Your Blessings
  • Dates
  • November 11 - service time
  • Welcome to Children
  • New Study Group
  • Fundscrip
  • Stewardship Campaign
  • Epicure Fundraiser
  • Fall Book Sale
  • 2019 Calendars
  • All Saints' Service
  • Choir Candlelight
  • Note of appreciation

A Sunday Reflection:

Sunday, September 9, 2018
The Gospel reading today is not the easiest one to deal with.
 
Jesus has gone, with his disciples, into Gentile territory.  But he was not there to focus on the people of the place.  Still, he needed to rest, and so he went into a house, hoping for some quiet time.  We don’t know whose house it was.
 
But even here his reputation went ahead of him.