Prayer Shawl Ministry – takes place Wednesdays at 1:15 p.m. in the Memorial Salem Room. We welcome all past participants back and any new members who would like to join the group.
Handbells takes place Wednesdays at 1:30pm. Any new members are welcome. For more information contact Judith Dickie at [email protected]
Choir – practices are Thursdays @ 7pm. Anyone interested in joining the choir, contact June or just show up on Thursday nights (the ability to read music is not necessary).
Living the Questions 2.0 Faith Study at FAM continues Wednesdays 7pm to 8:30pm until Dec. 5. You can attend any or all sessions. Our next session will be held Nov. 7 and will feature "Stories of Creation", followed by "Lives of Jesus" on Nov.14. Snacks and drinks provided in the kitchen; DVD & discussion in the Memorial-Salem room. Hope to see you there!
Gifts and Goodies Gala – Saturday, November 17, 10am – 3pm. An event for the whole family. Mini trade fair, bake table, crafts, soup, pie and more. We are looking for donations of new items for the silent auction; gently used quality items will be accepted at our discretion. Bake table donations are greatly appreciated. Please bring to the church by Nov. 16. Tickets will be on sale starting Oct. 21. If you or someone you know would like to rent a table, please call the office at 526-2237.
Christmas Kettles - The Salvation Army is in need of volunteers to man their kettles for the Christmas Kettle Campaign during the Christmas season. If you are interested in helping out, contact Ashley Barnes at the Salvation Army office 403-527-2474 or cell 587-253-0740.
Campus Care Project – The Outreach Committee is collecting items for Campus Care Grocery Packages to provide Medicine Hat College students with a little bit of help during the holiday season. Suggested items are canned fruit & juice boxes, canned soup, canned vegetables, cereal, small cans of ham, Ichiban soup, small packets of instant oatmeal, Kraft Dinner, peanut butter, pork & beans, Sidekicks, spaghetti and spaghetti sauce, small cans of tuna. A monetary donation is also accepted and cheques can be made payable to St. John’s Presbyterian Church, who is coordinating this project. They are hoping to put together 175 hampers which will be delivered prior to November 20th. A box will be marked and available by the coat rack in the hall. Your generous support is appreciated for these students in this upcoming season of giving.