Today we will be having a hot dog lunch, followed by games for the children outside, weather permitting. All are welcome.
Our Headingley United Church Garage Sale is fast approaching on June 3rd. Donations can be brought tomorrow, Sunday 28th and Thursday June 1st in the evening. Volunteers are still needed. More information to follow.
Donations for Project Backpack have been dropped directly to NEEDS where they will be sorted and given to new Refugee Students who are starting school in Manitoba. It took multiple people to carry the huge amount of school supplies!
Thanks you to all who donated to Project Backpack. Our newcomer students will be very happy to receive what they need to start school.
Urban Retreats Garden Tour is on June 17th. Please see poster for further details and tickets information:
Joanne and Helen have tickets. Extra posters are available from Helen. Extra volunteers may also me needed.
Community Cafe is open once a month at St Matthews Maryland and has been recommended. Next date is June 23rd. Further information here: http://stmatthewsmaryland.ca/events/community-cafe-7/
As they say goodbye to their mothers who recently passed. Please keep them in your prayers.
Helen’s mom was 107 and the service will be on Thursday 18th, 1:30 pm, at Trinity United Church in Fort Richmond.
Richard’s mom was 99 and had asked for a quiet family service.
May care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace.
A message from Helen:
Choir practice this Thursday, April 13 at 7:30 p.m. At St Charles United Church.
Good Friday service, April 14 at 10:00 a.m. at St Charles United Church.
Lunch afterwards will be at Chicken Chef, as Olympia Diner will not be open. All are welcome to join us at Chicken Chef.
Sunday’s service is at the usual time of 11 a.m. at Headingley United Church.
Also have you read:
Headingley United is big part of local community
Article can be found here:
We are all invited to the 2017 World Day of Prayer Service for our area, Friday, March 3, 2017, 7:00 at the Salvation Army Citadel, School Road and Ness.
This year the service has been written by women in the Philippines. Judy Teichroew and Nancy Morris will be participating in the service representing Headingley.
Headingley and St. Charles have a tradition of meeting at the Chicken Chef on Portage at 5:30 pm to have supper before the service and everyone is welcome to join us.
Come out tonight for an evening of great pancakes, fellowship and fun from 5:30 pm on.
There are several categories for the Pancake Flipping Contest so be sure to come out so you can join in the contest!
The day beforee the season of Lent is celebrated by Christian communities
around the world in different ways. In some places it is called “Shrove
Tuesday”. Shrove translates to “confess”- a time to get right with God.
Across much of the English speaking world it is a time to cook pancakes and
have fun. In French speaking cultures is referred to a “Mardi Gras” or Fat
Tuesday. For some, pancake Tuesday was a way of using up rich foods such as butter, sugar and eggs before Lent.