Announcements

River Glen Haven’s monthly Eucharist – Tues. Feb. 26th at 10:30 am with Larry and Canon David.

Community Meal – Tuesdays at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Dalton Road. Our turn to prepare and serve the meal is on Tuesday, February 26th and the following week March 5th. If you are able to volunteer on either Tuesday, especially Shrove Tuesday, please come around 2 pm. Speak to Diane Morris for more information.

Advisory Board meeting – Tues. February 26th at 7 pm. The Corporation will meet earlier.

The Bible Study on Thursday, February 28th is cancelled. For Lent we'll be following:

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World Day of Prayer – Friday, March 1st at 2:00 pm at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church. Everyone, men and women, are welcome.

Ash Wednesday – March 6th at 7:30 pm here at St. James. We will welcome our friends from Christ Church, Roches Point to join us.

York-Simcoe Lenten Study – Wed. March 20th at 7 pm at St. Paul, Newmarket, 227 Church St. 905-853-7285

“Give us today our daily bread.” Prayer is at the heart of our spiritual lives and our relationship with a loving, liberating and life-giving God. When and how we pray is important for a meaningful relationship with God. Join Bishop Peter Fenty as he guides us through an evening of study, prayer and reflection.

DEACON’S CORNER

The Georgina Community Food Pantry's high-priority need is peanut butter. Donations are accepted at church any Sunday.

Habitat for Humanity is currently seeking volunteers, donations and families for a Dalton Road build of six townhouses to begin in late May, 2019. Hopefully we can supply the builders with a lunch, drinks and snacks like we did in 2007 for the Keswick build. For more information see the bulletin board in the vestibule and speak to Dn Nancy.