Taking a moment and reflect on all the activities involved to make Market Day a success can be overwhelming at times. What stood out to me over Market Day preparations was watching once again parish members’ ever-increasing dedication and enthusiasm.
Thank you to everyone that supported the Market Day event, from those who coordinated an area, set up/clean up teams, those on hand during the sale and all the shoppers.
From the church community – THANK YOU JoAnne Burridge for coordinating this fundraising event.
Food Booth at the Lex – September 18 – 22, 2019.
A huge Thank you to everyone who helped with our largest fundraiser of the year. To see more images of some of our volunteers, our earlier blog post.
We hope that you will visit us at the Food Booth (now inside) this year at the Lindsay Exhibition. Here are a few images.
to our Incumbent on his successful completion of Doctor of Ministry (D. Min). He is now known as The Rev. Dr. Warren Leibovitch.
Just a brief note to tell you how much we appreciate the effort, time, and talent to make this all happen. Over 35 years and to almost 400 people we served yesterday.THANKS FOR COMING OUT!Comments were great, including: ‘We wouldn’t miss this’. ‘’Very glad to support this annual event’’. ‘Great Strawberries’. (all the way from Simcoe Ontario) Thanks GeraldA special “shout out ‘’ and thanks to the Youth Group and Dan Farmer. Your help was very much appreciated.Great weather, great community effort!Most Sincerely: This year’s co-chairs. Jo-Anne Burridge, Ray Marshall.
Just supposing we started
This very day
To live our lives in a
Just supposing we vowed
And constantly tried
To help those in troubled –
On life’s wayside;
If we showed by our doings
A hint of His Love
Wouldn’t earth be a bit more
Like Heaven Above.
Look for a smile today and return it
With one of your own.
Give someone new Faith and Hope
It’s such a beautiful loan!
Gather a thought that’s kind – one
That’s sincere and deep.
But be sure to pass it along, for such
Are to precious to keep!
Forget yesterday’s old sorrows,
mistakes, sadness and pain.
Lift your heart with hope and a song
As flowers to sun and rain!
Offer a word of comfort and prayer to
Help someone in need
A little thoughtful gift, some flowers or
A smile makes us all rich indeed!
You shall not pass this way again
So do and good you can do
Don’t put it off till tomorrow, or the
Chance may be lost for you!
Today will so be a memory so don’t
Let is come to an end
Without a smile, without a song or jus
A word with a friend!
Don’t let worry and care depress you
Or brush the days joy away
But rise and give thanks to God above
For His love and another “Blest Day”.
Just a thought to carry you through the week with my prayer that it may hold joy and happiness for you
(Submitted by Carol Hughes who writes that “the above is taken from a beautiful antique greeting card that she has had in her possession for ‘many’ years and I display it in my home. With Lenten / Easter upon us season upon us, I just wanted to share this”.)
Rev. Warren was on Bob FM for an interview about St. Paul’s Christmas Dinner. Rev. Warren and Denis Grignon.