LIFE AND WORK OF THE CHURCH
Hospital & Braemar & Gilbert Hall Visitors:
April 14: Patricia Graham-Roberts; Apr 21: Cindy deVos; Apr 28: Marion MacKenzie
Bluevale Ushers: Apr 21: Bill and Jackie Garniss
Apr 28: Patty and Ashlin Hills
Bluevale Scripture Reader: Apr 21: Jackie Garniss
Apr 28: Patty Hills
May 5: Guest pulpit supply
Donations to the North Huron
Foodshare are collected in Bluevale and Wingham the first Sunday of each
Please place your donations in the buckets as you arrive.
PLEASE CONSIDER SETTING UP
“PAR” PAR is the pre-authorized payment plan for your church offering. There is no charge and the amount you choose comes from the bank account of your choice, and is credited directly to the church. No more missed Sundays, or catching up. PAR helps your church with even support to meet its obligations. PAR makes it easy for you, to offer consistent support, and to know you have done your part!
WUC Financial Report to Mar 31, 2019
LOCAL Fund only
Budget: $15,338 (per month)
Total income from all sources: $ 34,107.
Total Expenses: $39,848.
DEFICIT to Jan 31: $5,741
WUC M&S: Funded for 2019: $2,674. (our goal is 15,750.00)
If you need a ride to church, in town, call Andy McBride at 357-1315. More volunteers are needed to help with this drive.
If you need a ride to Sunday School, call Roger Robertson at 392-6416.
Coffee Hour in Wingham U.C. is open for May and July to December of 2019. Pick your month and your partner now.
Spring is here...AND piano lessons are available, from early ages to adults! So if you or someone you know has that wish or desire to learn, don’t hesitate to call Laura McAlpine at 519-392-8129 or [email protected] And remember, you’re never too old to learn, so why not give it a try!
A Congregational Meeting of the Wingham United Church was held on Sunday March 31, 2019.
The purpose of the meeting was to receive the report and recommendation of the Search Committee. Following the presentation by Committee members, church members and adherents agreed by vote to the following:
to extend a call to the Rev. Colin Snyder effective July 1, 2019 as per the terms outlined in the report and to request that the
Western Ontario Waterways Region approve this call.
The complete report is on file in the Wingham United Church office. If you wish to see this report,
please request this through the church office.
There will be more information in the future about welcoming Rev. Snyder into our communities
and the beginning of this new pastoral relationship.
Thursday April 18 is Maundy Thursday. Worship, Communion and Potluck dinner in the Wingham United Church.
Worship begins at 6:00 pm. Everyone welcome. This is a meaningful, special service prior to Easter Sunday.
Sunday April 21, EASTER SUNDAY, worship at 9:30 am. in Wingham and 11:00 am in Bluevale.
FUN, GAMES and SNACKS, hosted by the C.E Committee on Saturday, April 27 from 7-9 pm. fun night for everyone - singles, couples, families. Everyone welcome. Free admission.
Bring your favourite board/card game.
Meet in the lower hall of the Wingham United Church.
Camp Menesetung is Hiring! – camp cook, kitchen help, male counselors, male program staff.
If you wish to attend the open camp cleanup, it is on
Sat Apr 27 from 9 am to 2 pm. Lunch included.
Our own clean-up day of the a-Frame will be in May.
Please contact Tharon Riley to let her know you will help.
UCW Annual Spring Lunch and Bakesale will be held Friday May 3 from 11 am to 1:30 pm.
Tickets are $16.00 and will be on sale at the church front doors on Sunday April 21 and 28. Also available in the office or at Stainton hardware.
If you are bringing baking, please have it here by 8:00 am on Friday morning.
Bluevale United Church is hosting a
“Swiss Chalet Dinner” on Tuesday May 14th at 6:30 pm. Dinner
includes chicken and sauce,
baked potato, coleslaw, roll and dessert. Takeout available with pick up time between 5:30 and 6 pm.
Tickets are $15.00 and MUST be purchased in advance.
For tickets contact Janice Shaw at 519-335-3198 or [email protected]
Annual Gospel Evening at McIntosh United Church on Sunday April 28 at 7:00 pm (doors open at 6:30) Featuring the McIntosh singers and special guests The Crutchfield Family. Free will offering.
St. Paul’s-Trinity Anglican Church presents “Choirs in Harmony”, on Tuesday April 30 at 7:30 pm. Featuring the Harbouraires Men’s Choir and St. Paul’s-Trinity Choir. Doors open at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $10.00.
Tickets available from choir members or call 519-357-4883.
St. Paul’s –Trinity Anglican Church presents “Team Trivia Night” fundraiser,
on Fri May 3. Registration
at 6:30. Game begins at 7:00 sharp. Held in the Wingham Legion, Victoria St.
Cost: $20.00 per team member. Theme “Down on the Farm”. Fun, food and
Noon Luncheon and Euchre/Bridge on Tue May 7 at 12 noon at Brucefield Community U.C. $15.00 at the door. Proceeds to the Clinton and Seaforth Hospitals. Door prizes. Everyone welcome.
St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church is trying to get a get a group together to take the Safe Food Handling Course. If you are interested in taking this course, please contact Clayton Baird.
The Huron Respite Network provides caregiver breaks for parents of a child with mental or physical disabilities, or an adult with developmental disabilities. We match people with hourly or overnight respite to give caregivers a much needed break. The Huron Network is currently looking for families who would be interested in welcoming a person into their home for overnight respite. A home study and screening is required.
If you are interested in this very valuable opportunity to help, please contact Connie at the Huron Respite Network 519-482-3115. Ext 211 or