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Église Presbytérienne St. Andrew's, Québec, QC
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Quebec City, QC

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Announcements

St. Andrew's bulletin, December 12, 2019

 

Members of the Kirk Session are called to meet at 10 rue des Jardins-Merici on November 20that 7 pm.
 
On Sunday, November 24th, we will continue with our Community Outreach, when we will offer a time of warmth during the German Market. We will be providing hot chocolate and sweets in the Kirk Hall after worship on that day. Please spread the word.
 
The books Celebrating Abundance  and are available at a cost of $16.00 each. This includes tax and shipping and handling. Those of you who have indicated that you will be taking part in the book study may get your books from Katherine after worship.
 
Shopping bags are available in the narthex for people who would like to fill them for the Community Christmas Hamper Campaign. Please take one home today. There is also a large box in the narthex, and you are invited to help fill that, if you are interested. The deadline for collecting is December 15th.
 
A reminder that we are again going to be putting socks on the Christmas tree which will be placed in the church. Socks are badly needed by homeless people in this city, and according to the news, the number of homeless people here has increased this year.
 
Save your used stamps and pull tabs off pop cans for us. The stamps will be donated to the Canadian Bible Society, who will sell them to provide Bibles for prisoners. The pull tabs will be used to provide wheelchairs for children. 
 
December is usually a busy month in the church, so a little advance warning:
Throughout the month, we will be lighting the Advent Candles, and you will be asked to share in this.
December 1stis the first Sunday of Advent, and will introduce the season.
December 8this the second Sunday of Advent, and it will be the day of our Christmas Pageant. This will be followed by our Christmas Pot Luck. Soon, Caroline will ask you what you will be bringing to share on this special day.
December 15this the third Sunday of Advent, and it will be the Sunday of our service of Lessons and Carols.
December 22ndis the fourth Sunday of Advent.
December 24this Christmas Eve, and we will be having a bilingual service, starting at 7 pm.
December 29this the first Sunday after Christmas, and on that day we will sing many of our favourite carols. I would invite you to start preparing a list of the ones you really like, and this list will be used to prepare the service on that day. 
 
Members of the Kirk Session are called to meet at 10 rue des Jardins-Merici on November 20that 7 pm.
 
On Sunday, November 24th, we will continue with our Community Outreach, when we will offer a time of warmth during the German Market. We will be providing hot chocolate and sweets in the Kirk Hall after worship on that day. Please spread the word.
 
The books Celebrating Abundance  and are available at a cost of $16.00 each. This includes tax and shipping and handling. Those of you who have indicated that you will be taking part in the book study may get your books from Katherine after worship.
 
Shopping bags are available in the narthex for people who would like to fill them for the Community Christmas Hamper Campaign. Please take one home today. There is also a large box in the narthex, and you are invited to help fill that, if you are interested. The deadline for collecting is December 15th.
 
A reminder that we are again going to be putting socks on the Christmas tree which will be placed in the church. Socks are badly needed by homeless people in this city, and according to the news, the number of homeless people here has increased this year.
 
Save your used stamps and pull tabs off pop cans for us. The stamps will be donated to the Canadian Bible Society, who will sell them to provide Bibles for prisoners. The pull tabs will be used to provide wheelchairs for children. 
 
December is usually a busy month in the church, so a little advance warning:
Throughout the month, we will be lighting the Advent Candles, and you will be asked to share in this.
December 1stis the first Sunday of Advent, and will introduce the season.
December 8this the second Sunday of Advent, and it will be the day of our Christmas Pageant. This will be followed by our Christmas Pot Luck. Soon, Caroline will ask you what you will be bringing to share on this special day.
December 15this the third Sunday of Advent, and it will be the Sunday of our service of Lessons and Carols.
December 22ndis the fourth Sunday of Advent.
December 24this Christmas Eve, and we will be having a bilingual service, starting at 7 pm.
December 29this the first Sunday after Christmas, and on that day we will sing many of our favourite carols. I would invite you to start preparing a list of the ones you really like, and this list will be used to prepare the service on that day. 
 

Reminder that next Sunday, December 15th, is the last day to bring in non-perishable food items for the Community Christmas Hamper Campaign. 

 

We will continue to collect socks, toques, scarves, mittens, and underwear for those in need in our city.

 

Our Book Club will be meeting on December 9that 7 pm in the Kirk Hall. The book under discussion this time is The German Girl. Anyone who would like to come will be welcomed.

 

December 15this the third Sunday of Advent, and it will be the Sunday of our service of Lessons and Carols.

 

December 22ndis the fourth Sunday of Advent, and we will be celebrating the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper on that day.

 

December 24this Christmas Eve, and we will be having a bilingual service, starting at 7 pm.

 

December 29this the first Sunday after Christmas, and on that day we will sing many of our favourite carols.
 

Please save your used stamps and pull tabs off pop cans for us. The stamps will be donated to the Canadian Bible Society, who will sell them to provide Bibles for prisoners. The pull tabs will be used to provide wheelchairs for children. 

 

This Advent, Katherine will be leading a book study to lead us into the season of Christmas. We will be reading Walter Bruggemann’s book Celebrating Abundance. If you wish to take part in this book study, please see Katherine for information on how to order the book. Our first meeting will be on Sunday, December 1st, immediately following worship.
This Advent, Katherine will be leading a book study to lead us into the season of Christmas. We will be reading Walter Bruggemann’s book Celebrating Abundance. If you wish to take part in this book study, please see Katherine for information on how to order the book. Our first meeting will be on Sunday, December 1st, immediately following worship.

Contact

Église Presbytérienne
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church  
5 rue Cook 
Québec, Québec G1R 3X8 
Canada 

Mailing Address / Adresse postale: 
45 Chaussée-des-Écossais 
G1R 4H4 
Québec, Québec G1R 3X8 
Canada 


Phone / Téléphone: (418) 456-8113 
Email: standrewquebec@yahoo.ca 
ministerstandrews@yahoo.ca

 

Located within the walled city of Old Québec, on the corner of St-Anne Street and Cook Street.

 

Située dans la ville fortifiée du Vieux-Québec, au coin de la rue Sainte-Anne et de la rue Cook.

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