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PARISH NEWS - 17 April 2024



 

 

SERVICES AND GATHERINGS THIS WEEK

SUNDAY, April 21, 2024 – 10:00 a.m. – 4th Sunday of Easter/Good Shepherd Sunday 

If you are unable to attend, the service is live streamed. For links to the service and

the order of service please visit St. James at: stjamesdundas.ca or the St. James

Facebook page.

 


WEDNESDAY – COMPLINE – 9:15 p.m. Note the time change until the end of May! Compline is a short service of night prayer. The heart of Compline is the recitation of several psalms. There is a short reading from scripture, intercession, and time for reflection. It is a beautiful way to close out an active day. Compline is offered by St. James’ through Facebook to bring the community together. If you cannot join live, the service is available afterwards on St. James’ Facebook channel.

 

 

Tuesday Evening Prayer

The Tuesday evening prayer group continues to meet online via Zoom.  If you would like to join, please email the office on Tuesdays by 4:00pm at stjamesdundas@outlook.com  to receive the Zoom meeting link.  The meeting is a combination of prayer and discussion of a passage from scripture.

 

 

 

KNITTING GROUP – Bring your knitting needles, crochet hooks and love of creating in wool to the Parlour every second Wednesday from 1:30 – 3:30 pm. For more information contact the office 905-627-1424 or stjamesdundas@outlook.com

 

 

 

The Chosen – Season 2  WEDNESDAYS at 10am.

 

There will be weekly viewings of this Series. We will watch an episode, (each is approx. one hour) and discuss our thoughts and feelings for about 1/2 an hour after each episode. This story is based on the life and times of Jesus through words from the gospels and through the eyes and lives of the disciples and those who were close to Jesus. For more information please contact the office 905-627-1424 or stjamesdundas@outlook.com 

 

 

 

The duties of the wardens are laid out in the canons of the Diocese, but it is not unusual to see the wardens involved in other areas in addition to these duties.  Also, wardens are often “connected” to specific areas within the parish as a way of the Corporation keeping in touch with the various groups in their day-to-day activities.  The wardens have each taken on specific areas in order to maintain continuity within the parishes day-to-day operations.  The chart below indicates the areas associated with the specific warden:

 

Janet

Terese

Association of Dundas Churches

Fundraisers

House Tour

Community Dinner

Choir and music

Volunteer Screening

Refugee Program

Children\Youth\Family Ministry

Finance

Audio-Visual

Knit Group

Building Committee

(property and maintenance)

Games Afternoons

 

 

 

Christine

Barry

Staff

Worship

Coffee Hour

Body and Soul

Parish Council

Hospitality

Nursery School

Gardens

St. James Art Gallery

Outreach

SHED

MAP

 

 

Leslie will be away April 19th until her return on Sunday May 12th.She will attend a national church conference on spiritual formation called ‘You Are Leaven’ followed by some vacation time.  Canon Peter Davison will cover pastoral emergencies and Sunday Apr 21 and 28th.  Canon J. Lefebvre will be with us on Sunday May 5th.  


 

MONDAY AFTERNOON GAMES – First and third Monday of the month from 1.30-4pm, in the Parlour.  The next game day is May 6th.  Everyone is invited to participate.

 


BOOK CLUB !!                        

A desire to become a member of a Book Club, which meets one day a month on a weekday - except for the summer months, has been expressed by some members of St. James.  You would meet in each others' homes once a month; taking turns hosting and presenting a book everyone has read.  The presenter is the person who recommended the book.  If you would like to become a member of this group, please get in touch with the office 905-627-1424 or stjamesdundas@outlook.com 

 

          

 

Please consider supporting the St. Matthew's House Seniors Support program by donating non-perishable food items and personal care items. These items can be placed in the white tower in the narthex. St. Matthew’s House supports seniors by assisting them to remain independent in their own homes. If you have any questions please contact Terese via the office

 

 

Please note that for the safety of St. James staff and volunteers the doors to the building will be locked during office hours due to some folks wandering unknowingly.  Please ring the bell and be patient for someone to let you in.

 

 

Arabic Bake Sale this Sunday!

 



COMING EVENTS

 

April          20                         Gordon Collier Celebration of Life @ 1pm

 

April          21                        Arabic Bake Sale

 

May          10                         Women’s Dinner                               

 

 

 

 


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