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Weekly Announcements – April 23, 2014

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The announcements for this week include: Condolences – Eileen McIntosh Important Information Re Conference Annual Meeting Archives Hours Next Week A Retreat Day for Lay Women Last chance to Register for All the Way to Pentecost Daily Emails Men To Gather In Amherst For Exciting Rally! The Pine Hill Alumni Association Scholarship Runners and Walkers, it’s not too late… The Pine Hill Alumni Association Scholarship Easter Op Ed in the Chronicle-Herald online Sing Song of Faith with Bryan Moyer Suderman: Songs for Small & Tall 1....

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Running for M&S

Posted by on Apr 23, 2014 in Events, Notices, Stewardship, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Running for Mission and Service: a “moving” experience The Stewardship Committee of Maritime Conference has once again sponsored individuals to take part in the “moving” experience of taking part in races at the 2014 Scotiabank Blue Nose Marathon, in Halifax, May 17th -18th.  You may be approached by United Church members to sponsor a keen participant in this event.   If you hate to choose just one runner you can give to our team and help us reach our goal.   Every dollar donated contributes to the ministries...

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History of the Brooklyn Pastoral Charge

Posted by on Apr 22, 2014 in Archives Committee, Featured Congregations | 0 comments

History of the Brooklyn Pastoral Charge

The Brooklyn Pastoral Charge consists of the appointments of Beach Meadows (Emmanuel United Church), Brooklyn (Pilgrim United Church), and Mill Village (Bethany United Church). All are located in Queens County, Nova Scotia. A Methodist chapel was erected at Mill Village in 1818, and replaced by a new church building which was dedicated on 14 November 1897. The old church was sold in 1897. Mill Village was separated from the Liverpool Circuit and made the head of a Methodist circuit in 1855. The appointments included East Port Medway, Mill...

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PASTORAL CHARGE: ST. LUKE’S

Posted by on Apr 22, 2014 in Vacancies | 0 comments

Pastoral Charge: St. Luke’s Presbytery: Halifax Position: Ministry Personnel Full Time Start: July 1, 2014 NOTE 1: THE JSC IS PRESENTLY SCREENING APPLICANTS FOR THE POSITION.  CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS IS MAY 2, 2014. NOTE 2: THIS PASTORAL CHARGE IS UNDER PRESBYTERY APPOINTMENT UNTIL JUNE 30, 2014. NOTE 3: PLEASE SUBMIT COMPLETED PR 401 IS http://www.united-church.ca/files/forms/pr401.pdf AND PR 402 IS http://www.united-church.ca/files/forms/pr402.pdf WITH APPLICATION. Contact: Ruth Anne Sutherland, Corresponding...

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Registration for 2014 Godly Play Training

Posted by on Apr 17, 2014 in Christian Life & Growth, Events | 0 comments

Godly Play Core Training Spring 2014 – Fall 2014 What is Godly Play? It is a way of being with children that deeply respects the spiritual needs of 21st century children. It is one of the recommended curriculum of The United Church of Canada. It is grounded in principles which can be applied to any curriculum or any engagement with children. (i.e children’s time, pastoral care, camps, or bed-time conversations.) It is increasingly used in adult studies or with young parent groups. Registration for 2014 Core Training May 31st (Sat)...

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Weekly Announcements – April 16, 2014

Posted by on Apr 16, 2014 in Notices | 0 comments

Wishing you all a bounty of  blessings for this Easter weekend. The announcements for this week include: Important Information Re Conference Annual Meeting Annual Meeting Workshops and Faith Fair Fund-Raisers, Celebrations and Sell or Give Away Items Maritime Church Administrators Annual Conference & Retreat United In Learning New Date! Non-Violent Communication workshop KAIROS Action Appeal – respond to Philippine extrajudicial killings General Council Press Release – Agricultural Growth Act Staff Position Available...

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