What's Up at st.Paul's

St. Paul’s United Church, 349 Waverley St., Thunder Bay, ON P7B 1B7 Phone(807)345-5864 Fax: (807) 345-6884

Debra Barrett - Office Manager

St. Paul’s Annual Congregational Meeting is Sunday, February 9, 2020 at 10:30 in Lunan Hall.

Our Annual Report will be available for pick-up and review in the sanctuary, the preceding Sunday, Feb. 2nd

Our PANCAKE SUPPER is February 25th – please see the attached poster

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IT'S CARNIVAL TIME!!!

Saturday, February 9th, 2020.

SAVE THE DATE!!!

The planning committee met on Sunday to come up with a replacement for our now retired ham dinner/auction.

We have decided to have a family carnival day!!

There will be face painting, palm readings, green thumb table, cookie walk, duck toss, candy floss machine, surprise toonie bags for adults AND children, fish pond, silent auction, pop, hot-dogs and ice cream available for a predetermined cost, and much, much more.

Our next planning meeting will be Sunday February 23rd after church services in the Dunn Room.

IF you are interested in joining this enthusiastic group of planners, please join us on this date.

Lots of work and participation will be required to carry off this new and fulfilled family event.

There is a lot of talent at St. Paul's so feel free to come out and strut your stuff!!

WHEN you are doing your spring cleaning, please put aside any "stuff" you find and no longer need for our surprise toonie bags. Either children's or adult "stuff."

The value should be MORE THAN the retail price of $2.00 to ensure repeat sales.

This has always been a big hit at our Christmas tea!!

Bring your "stuff" for the toonie bags, to Debra in the church office.

Hoping to see a good turn out on February 23rd for our second planning meeting.

Janie

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WORLD DAY OF PRAYER –

FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 2020 – 7:00 pm

Gathering Table (former St. John’s Church)

228 Pearl Street

The theme is “ZIMBABWE”

World Day of Prayer is a world-wide ecumenical, women-led movement.

World Day of Prayer has been celebrated in Zimbabwe since 1961.

Thanks,

Marilyn Foster