October 13 to October 19
The Daytons Concert – Saturday, October 19, 7 pm at Young Smith Hall. Sean Dayton is a recording artist, music school owner, and songwriter from North Bay, Ontario. He has released 5 albums alongside his wife, Aimee, and garnered several GMA Canada awards and nominations. Admission is by donation in support of The Beausejour Family Crisis Resource Center. They will also be joining us for Sunday morning service on October 20 at 10:30 am.
Annual Goose & Turkey Supper – Saturday, October 26th, 4-7 pm at Young Smith Hall. Gather your family and friends and come to enjoy a delicious meal. Take out available after 4 pm. All welcome!
Christian Syrian family - Highfield Baptist Church in Moncton is prepared to sponsor this family. The formation of a committee is necessary to make this happen. If you are interested in being a part of the committee, please contact our office or M & M Committee Chair, Lois Bateman for more information.
Any interest in starting a Youth Group? – Rev. Brent would like to know if there is any interest in starting a youth group. The ages are flexible. It would run once a month and begin in November. We would also be looking for a few leaders. If you are interested, please speak to Rev. Brent directly or email him at
Visitation – Rev. Brent really enjoys visitations and during this time of getting to know everyone, he would love to hear from you if you’d like him to visit. Please let him know after the service on Sunday’s or you can contact the office.
Discussion on time for early morning service: We have been discerning about changing the 8:00 AM service to 8:30 AM on a regular basis. We feel it would help cut down the time between the two services and also encourage those who can’t make the 10:30 service to still attend worship. We want this to be a positive change for all and so if you have concerns about this please speak to Rev. Brent or one of the wardens.
Mayors’ Prayer Breakfast – Friday, October 18 – The breakfast is being held at Crandall University. The Guest Speaker is Ms. Lynda MacGibbon who worked as a journalist and communication specialist in Moncton for 22 years until she moved to Toronto to become the Vice President, Communications, Marketing and Art for InterVarsity, a non-profit Christian organization dedicated to faith and leadership formation in young people. If you are interested in representing our Parish, we have only 1 ticket left to give, first come first served.
The Mission Outreach section of your October offering envelope designated to support PWRDF.