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THE FIVE MARKS OF MISSION OF THE ANGLICAN COMMUNION:
To proclaim the Good News of the Kingdom
To teach, baptize, and nurture new believers
To respond to human need by loving service
To seek to transform unjust structures of society, to challenge violence of every kind and to pursue peace and reconciliation
To strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the earth
These five Marks of Mission are a framework used to describe and encourage ministry throughout the worldwide Anglican Communion.

DONATIONS FOR OUR FOOD CUPBOARD: for the month of JULY we are focussing on non-perishable fruit items — canned fruit, fruit cups, etc. (We continue to gratefully accept other non-perishable foods and household cleaning items.)
FEAST OF THE TRANSFIGURATION POTLUCK, which will also include evening prayer, an update on our parish life and finances, and a special vestry meeting to discuss and pass a revision of our congregation’s Mission and Ministry Plan, which will help us look back on the past year, and do some goal-setting for the next year: Tuesday, August 6 at 6:00 PM at the church.

ST. ANDREW’S COFFEE DROP-IN has concluded for the summer. Beginning in September we will experiment with visiting a different coffee shop each month. Do you have recommendations? If so, please fill out an idea card on the ‘Social’ bulletin board.

WILL YOU FIND YOURSELF ON A BEACH THIS SUMMER? If so, keep your eyes open for smooth, flat stones the shape and size of a ginger snap. Bring them back to the church, where we are collecting them for a parishioner who will be creating Christmas decorations with them, to be sold at this year’s bazaar.

HURON CHURCH CAMP: Spring has sprung and with sunnier days, it’s that time once again to sign up for camp! An excited group of young adult staff are already dreaming and preparing for another summer filled with faith, fun and friends at HCC. Register online at www.huronchurchcamp.ca Bursary support is available. For more information contact us at huronchurchcamp@gmail.com or call 519-434-6893 ext 217

RESPECT JUSTICE CAMP: This program is being hosted by the Diocese of Huron in the Deanery of Essex, at St. Clair College, Windsor, August 13-19, and is open to people of faith across the country with the hopes of encouraging reflection on the ways in which we show respect for and collaborate with others and creation itself. For more information and to register go to justicecamp.ca

DIOCESAN GOLF TOURNAMENT: Saturday, September 7. Ironwood Golf Club, Exeter. All proceeds go to the Faith in Action trust fund for outreach mission throughout the diocese. $140 registration includes: 18 holes of golf (with electric cart); lunch; dinner; silent auction; prizes to win; tax receipt ($25) and FUN! Dinner-only option available for $40. To register or volunteer, contact Rev. Daniel Bowyer at hurongolf@gmail.com or 519-301-9873.

FALL YOUTH GATHERING FOR THE DEANERY OF WATERLOO: Saturday, October 5 (8:00 AM) to Sunday, October 6 (12:00 PM), for those 12-18 years old. At St. George’s of Forest Hill, with a bus trip to Woodland Cultural Centre and Six Nations. $20. To register, contact martylevesque@diohuron.org

KEEP UP TO DATE WITH PARISH EVENTS by checking out the new calendar posted in Janke Hall. You’ll find listings for upcoming services, meetings, study group opportunities, and more.

SCHEDULES WITH DETAILS FOR UPCOMING SERVICES are posted to the bulletin board in the side hallway near the sacristy. Readers and leaders of the prayers of the people are encouraged to take a copy.

PARISH PRAYER CHAIN: Would you find prayer helpful, either for yourself or someone you know? A devoted group of parishioners remember specific prayer requests in their daily devotions. If you have a situation for which you’d like prayer, call the church office at (519) 743-0911.

COMMUNITY POTLUCK with Member of Parliament Raj Saini, the first Sunday of every month from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM. A casual gathering in which we are invited to bring some food to share, and meet with other members of the community, and our MP. 209 Frederick Street (enter via the back door).

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