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Feb
21
Wed
Aurora Community Cafe – Coffee With a Conscience @ St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
Feb 21 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

The aurora community cafe“coffee with a conscience”, is a non-profit cafe involving local non-profit groups (Community Living, Welcoming Arms), churches (St. Andrew’s, Trinity Anglican, Aurora United, Our Lady of Grace) and Commons Coffee.

The cafe is committed to providing employment opportunities in a support environment to adults with disabilities, breaking down barriers that isolate people, and offering a space where friends and strangers alike can connect.

For more information, please e-mail auroracommunitycafe@gmail.com.

Feb
22
Thu
Martha’s Table Community Luncheon @ St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Guild Hall
Feb 22 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

Martha’s Table is a a drop-in lunch program that offers hot soup, sandwiches, fresh fruit and dessert to anyone who is seeking a safe and welcoming place to feed their body and spirit. This program is operated by Welcoming Arms.

Our Thursday lunch program serves the local community and benefits from the work of many volunteers.  ‘Volunteers are the backbone of Martha’s Table, ” says Helen Dawn.  “They are a faithful and loyal group–even winter snow doesn’t keep them from serving the community with joy.  Each year God blesses us with angels who fill a need….I would be remiss if I didn’t included those who cannot come to help but send food and other donations.  Thank -you to all.”

For more information or if you are interested in volunteering, please e-mail Sarah at welcomingarms@live.ca.

There is always room at the table!

 

Feb
25
Sun
Sunday Worship Service
Feb 25 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

If you were to come to our Sunday worship service at 10:30 am, you would enter in through the front door, you would immediately hear the music of our talented and professional Music Director, Paul Townshend. You will be greeted by two of our congregation who will welcome you and hand you a copy of that day’s ‘order of service’ (or church bulletin as we call it). Feel free to sit down anywhere in the pews, you can even sit up front, the minister never asks for volunteers.

The service usually begins with the entrance of the choir. An elder will welcome you and offer to new people the opportunity to join us in the hall after the service for refreshments and fellowship, if you go, you’re likely to be welcomed by some of the members of the congregation.

Once we’ve sang our opening hymn the service continues, The minister invites the young people up for a short story and prayer, after that they go off to Sunday school. You may not feel comfortable sending your kids off on your first visit, up to you either way.

 

Our worship service continues with more hymns, gospel readings, perhaps a hymn from the choir, a time to give offerings (please do not feel obligated while you’re visiting), and closing prayers and hymns. The service takes about an hour, a little longer if we serve communion or have a baptism. By the way, if you come on a day when we’re serving communion you are more than welcome to join in.

Feb
28
Wed
Aurora Community Cafe – Coffee With a Conscience @ St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
Feb 28 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

The aurora community cafe“coffee with a conscience”, is a non-profit cafe involving local non-profit groups (Community Living, Welcoming Arms), churches (St. Andrew’s, Trinity Anglican, Aurora United, Our Lady of Grace) and Commons Coffee.

The cafe is committed to providing employment opportunities in a support environment to adults with disabilities, breaking down barriers that isolate people, and offering a space where friends and strangers alike can connect.

For more information, please e-mail auroracommunitycafe@gmail.com.

Mar
1
Thu
Martha’s Table Community Luncheon @ St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Guild Hall
Mar 1 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

Martha’s Table is a a drop-in lunch program that offers hot soup, sandwiches, fresh fruit and dessert to anyone who is seeking a safe and welcoming place to feed their body and spirit. This program is operated by Welcoming Arms.

Our Thursday lunch program serves the local community and benefits from the work of many volunteers.  ‘Volunteers are the backbone of Martha’s Table, ” says Helen Dawn.  “They are a faithful and loyal group–even winter snow doesn’t keep them from serving the community with joy.  Each year God blesses us with angels who fill a need….I would be remiss if I didn’t included those who cannot come to help but send food and other donations.  Thank -you to all.”

For more information or if you are interested in volunteering, please e-mail Sarah at welcomingarms@live.ca.

There is always room at the table!

 

Mar
4
Sun
Sunday Worship Service – Communion
Mar 4 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

We celebrate Communion together as a church family on the 1st Sunday of each month.

If you were to come to our Sunday worship service at 10:30 am, you would enter in through the front door, you would immediately hear the music of our talented and professional Music Director, Paul Townshend. You will be greeted by two of our congregation who will welcome you and hand you a copy of that day’s ‘order of service’ (or church bulletin as we call it). Feel free to sit down anywhere in the pews, you can even sit up front, the minister never asks for volunteers.

The service usually begins with the entrance of the choir. An elder will welcome you and offer to new people the opportunity to join us in the hall after the service for refreshments and fellowship, if you go, you’re likely to be welcomed by some of the members of the congregation.

Once we’ve sang our opening hymn the service continues, The minister invites the young people up for a short story and prayer, after that they go off to Sunday school. You may not feel comfortable sending your kids off on your first visit, up to you either way.

Our worship service continues with more hymns, gospel readings, perhaps a hymn from the choir, a time to give offerings (please do not feel obligated while you’re visiting), and closing prayers and hymns. The service takes about an hour, a little longer if we serve communion or have a baptism. By the way, if you come on a day when we’re serving communion you are more than welcome to join in.

Mar
7
Wed
Aurora Community Cafe – Coffee With a Conscience @ St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
Mar 7 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

The aurora community cafe“coffee with a conscience”, is a non-profit cafe involving local non-profit groups (Community Living, Welcoming Arms), churches (St. Andrew’s, Trinity Anglican, Aurora United, Our Lady of Grace) and Commons Coffee.

The cafe is committed to providing employment opportunities in a support environment to adults with disabilities, breaking down barriers that isolate people, and offering a space where friends and strangers alike can connect.

For more information, please e-mail auroracommunitycafe@gmail.com.

Mar
8
Thu
Martha’s Table Community Luncheon @ St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Guild Hall
Mar 8 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

Martha’s Table is a a drop-in lunch program that offers hot soup, sandwiches, fresh fruit and dessert to anyone who is seeking a safe and welcoming place to feed their body and spirit. This program is operated by Welcoming Arms.

Our Thursday lunch program serves the local community and benefits from the work of many volunteers.  ‘Volunteers are the backbone of Martha’s Table, ” says Helen Dawn.  “They are a faithful and loyal group–even winter snow doesn’t keep them from serving the community with joy.  Each year God blesses us with angels who fill a need….I would be remiss if I didn’t included those who cannot come to help but send food and other donations.  Thank -you to all.”

For more information or if you are interested in volunteering, please e-mail Sarah at welcomingarms@live.ca.

There is always room at the table!

 

Mar
11
Sun
Sunday Worship Service
Mar 11 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

If you were to come to our Sunday worship service at 10:30 am, you would enter in through the front door, you would immediately hear the music of our talented and professional Music Director, Paul Townshend. You will be greeted by two of our congregation who will welcome you and hand you a copy of that day’s ‘order of service’ (or church bulletin as we call it). Feel free to sit down anywhere in the pews, you can even sit up front, the minister never asks for volunteers.

The service usually begins with the entrance of the choir. An elder will welcome you and offer to new people the opportunity to join us in the hall after the service for refreshments and fellowship, if you go, you’re likely to be welcomed by some of the members of the congregation.

Once we’ve sang our opening hymn the service continues, The minister invites the young people up for a short story and prayer, after that they go off to Sunday school. You may not feel comfortable sending your kids off on your first visit, up to you either way.

 

Our worship service continues with more hymns, gospel readings, perhaps a hymn from the choir, a time to give offerings (please do not feel obligated while you’re visiting), and closing prayers and hymns. The service takes about an hour, a little longer if we serve communion or have a baptism. By the way, if you come on a day when we’re serving communion you are more than welcome to join in.

Mar
14
Wed
Aurora Community Cafe – Coffee With a Conscience @ St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
Mar 14 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

The aurora community cafe“coffee with a conscience”, is a non-profit cafe involving local non-profit groups (Community Living, Welcoming Arms), churches (St. Andrew’s, Trinity Anglican, Aurora United, Our Lady of Grace) and Commons Coffee.

The cafe is committed to providing employment opportunities in a support environment to adults with disabilities, breaking down barriers that isolate people, and offering a space where friends and strangers alike can connect.

For more information, please e-mail auroracommunitycafe@gmail.com.

Sharing God's Word of Love through Worship and Mission