Our annual Frosty Fair is great community event that takes places around the third Saturday in November. Come out and join us!
On Sunday, March 8, we welcomed three new members into our congregation through profession of faith. It is such a pleasure to share our journey–in life and in faith–together.
Saturday night, February 21, we hosted our third annual Rock ‘n’ Roll night. The band (The Bad Apples) covered new and old rock hits. We danced late into the night and had a great time together with people in our community. Thanks to all those who made the event possible, and thank you to those who came and weren’t afraid to have a good time.
On Tuesday, February 17, we hosted our annual Pancake Supper. People from the church and community came out on a frigid night to eat as much as they could before Lent. The record for number of pancakes consumed that evening was taken by a six-year old boy who managed to eat 10 pancakes! Thanks to everyone who helped make it possible and to all those who came out.
On Sunday, December 14, we held our Christmas Pageant as our children led us in worship.
We will be holding our annual Frosty Fair on Saturday, November 15, 2014, from 10:00 – 2:00.
Local vendors will be selling all sorts of items, including: toys, clothes and crafts, to name a few.
There will be a silent auction with great prizes, a children’s area where children can play games; a lucky draw with 3 fantastic prizes; and a bake table with scrumptious goodies.
Lunch will be also be available.
Come find a Christmas gift for a family member or friend, or just come browse, while enjoying a cup of coffee with people from the community.
If you are a vendor and interested in renting a table, they are $35. Contact the church office at 905-278-7376 to reserve your table.
The annual Welcome Back Potluck Lunch will take place after church on Sunday, September 21. Please, bring your favorite dish and stay for a meal with one another.
Services resume on Sunday, September 7. See you there!
The theme of this year’s Vacation Bible School was Workshop of Wonders. Twenty-two children attended the week-long camp involving science experiments, games and songs that taught them how much God loves them.
About 120 people attended our annual Strawberry Supper on Wednesday, June 18. The meal consisted of a smorgasbord of ham, pastas, salads, vegetables, casseroles and breads. All of this was finished off with a dessert of fresh strawberries, shortcake and vanilla ice cream. A warm thanks to everyone who contributed to the meal and to those who attended.