Deanery Net News

October 19, 2017

Thursday, October 19th, 2017

St. Michael’s Chili Contest and Chili dinner

We have some people that think that their Chili is the best, we need your help in deciding who’s really does deserve the blue ribbon! You decide and then join us for some famous chili for dinner.

October 21, take out will begin at 4:30 and sit down dinner and taste off at 5pm. Chili and a bun is $7.00 per serving. If you want to taste and Judge the contest for $1.00 you can help crown the winner!

EVENTS AT ST. PAUL’S

Learn to Read Music


Oct 19, Nov 16, Dec 21
6:30 – 7pm
St. Paul’s Anglican Church
808 Ridgeway Street

Have you ever felt like you were spiraling into a black hole when you open
a hymn book? Ever wanted to learn to read music? Then take note:
This workshop is for you! All materials provided.

Fee: by donation to be used towards organ fund ($25 minimum)
Led by: Dr. Sean Kim
For more information or to register please contact
Laurie @ 707-3048 or email foodforthesoul@tbaytel.net

Native Beading for Beginners 2

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Friday, Oct 20
6 – 8pm
St. Paul’s Anglican Church
808 Ridgeway Street

Introducing the art of beading onto material. Tap into your creativity while you try your hand at simple yet beautiful projects. And, as always, you take home your own masterpiece!
Workshop includes all materials, beverages and a light snack. Basic beading knowledge required.

Led by: Sharon Angeconeb $12 per person
Class max 10
For more information or to register please contact
Laurie @ 707-3048 or email foodforthesoul@tbaytel.net

Self Defense for Women

Saturday, October 21
2 – 4 pm
St. Paul’s Anglican Church
808 Ridgeway Street

Sensei Victor Cooke is a 5th degree Black Belt and the owner of Cooke’s Martial Arts. He has a desire to teach you how to defend your physical self, to be aware of your surroundings and to keep your body in good shape. PLEASE wear comfortable clothing

Cost: $10
Class Max 16
For more information or to register please contact
Laurie @ 707-3048 or email foodforthesoul@tbaytel.net

Halloween Lunch & Market Fundraiser


Saturday, October 28
11:30 am – 2 pm
St. Paul’s Anglican Church
808 Ridgeway Street

Family FUNdraiser for “Blessings in a Backpack” which provides food to school kids who don’t have enough to eat on weekends. free admission to market. Lunch $10 adults, $3 kids, family rate $25
Antiques, jewelry, baking and raffle baskets. Wear a costume! Safe alternative to door-to-door trick or treating. Kids shop, face painting, “dress-up’ trunk & parade, monster munchies, frog bog, gooey games, treats!
For more information or to register please contact
Laurie @ 707-3048 or email foodforthesoul@tbaytel.net

Mats for the Homeless


Tuesday, October 24
starts 6:00 pm
St. Paul’s Anglican Church
808 Ridgeway St
Wheelchair Accessible
Re-use plastic shopping bags to help the homeless sleep warm and dry this fall! If you can use scissors and tie loops, we need you!
Please bring as many plastic bags as you can and a pair of scissors
For more info contact
Laurie @ 707-3048 or email foodforthesoul@tbaytel.net
facebook.com/foodforthesoulstpauls/

Reptile Show FUNdraiser


Thursday, October 26
6 – 7:30pm
St. Paul’s Anglican Church
808 Ridgeway Street

Reptiles! Amphibians! What is the difference? What do you feed a pet snake? Do water frogs have gills? Do lizards really drop their tails? Find out the answers to these and many other questions and check out real reptiles and amphibians first hand!
FUNdraiser for the Thunder Bay Humane Society – $2 per person entry
ALL money collected will be donated to the TBDHS
*Awesome door prizes ~generously donated by PetValu~ to be won* tickets are $1 each
bring a donation of cat or dog food and get a free ticket for each item
children under 12 please bring an adult
For more info contact
Laurie @ 707-3048 or email foodforthesoul@tbaytel.net
facebook.com/foodforthesoulstpauls/

“Trailblazing the Scriptural Landscape”
Saturday, November 4
9:30am – 3pm
St. Paul’s Anglican Church
808 Ridgeway Street

The Bible is a varied and fertile landscape. Too often, however, as we travel the biblical terrain, we end up strolling down the same familiar roads, restricting our perspective and leaving ourselves impervious to beauty, nourishment, and riches we have yet to discover. So let’s embark upon some time-tested but neglected pathways. Let’s even blaze a new trail or two. Let’s set out to encounter fresh vistas and vantage points capable of inspiring transformation!

Peering through the lens of the lectionary, equipped with an array of provocative questions in our interpretive backpacks, and with Algoma’s Congregational Development Officer, Jay Koyle, as our guide, we will discover ways of inhabiting scriptural narrative so that scriptural narrative inhabits us…so that we embody the good news!

Bring your Bible…

Led By: The Rev. Dr. Jay Koyle
Cost: $35 per person (includes lunch and trail mix)
For more info contact Laurie @ 707-3048 or email foodforthesoul@tbaytel.net
facebook.com/foodforthesoulstpauls/


St John the Evangelist Anglican Church is conducting two Book of Common Prayer (BCP) services:
• Sunday, October 15th at 7:00 pm Evensong with the old settings.
• Sunday, October 29th at 9:30 am.
All are welcome!

St. John the Evangelist Church
228 Pearl Street
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 1E4
Phone: 807-345-6898


“ST. LUKE’S CHRISTMAS VILLAGE SHOPPING EXTRAAGANZA”

Sat. Nov. 4th, 2017 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

205 Cameron Street (St. Luke’s Anglican Church)

FREE Admission!

FREE Coffee!

Free Samples (while they last)!

Beat the Christmas Rush – do all your shopping under one roof, at our various booths: Fresh Impressions Bakery, Epicure, Tupperware, Pampered Chef, Aboriginal Crafts, Young Living Essential Oils, Crafts and Home Sewn goods, & more!, Plus, antiques, jewellery, collectibles,& gifts (new & nearly new)! Get your holiday Fudge, Candies, Tarts, Cut Out Decorated Cookies, fresh Cinn. Buns, Cheesecakes, British Fruitcakes Laced with Rum, Loaves, & more – take them home & pop them in your freezer for holiday festivities!

Hope to see you there! Happy Holidays!



October 12, 2017

Thursday, October 12th, 2017

St. Michael’s Chili Contest and Chili dinner

We have some people that think that their Chili is the best, we need your help in deciding who’s really does deserve the blue ribbon! You decide and then join us for some famous chili for dinner.

October 21, take out will begin at 4:30 and sit down dinner and taste off at 5pm. Chili and a bun is $7.00 per serving. If you want to taste and Judge the contest for $1.00 you can help crown the winner!

EVENTS AT ST. PAUL’S

FUNtastic Friday – Free family event


Friday, October 13 6-8 pm
St. Paul’s Anglican Church
808 Ridgeway Street

Halloween Party! Come in costume!
This is a wonderful evening for families and friends to come together for fun and fellowship and enjoy a FREE MEAL! Stories, songs, crafts, games and LOTS of fun for children of any age
Call Marty 768-9662 for more info
Open to everyone!

Matriarchs In The Bible


Oct 3, 10, 24 & 31
7:15 – 8:30pm
St. Paul’s Anglican Church
808 Ridgeway Street
Stories of the Matriarchs Sarah, Rebecca, Rachael and Leah are not as familiar to us but are equally important. Come and learn about their lives in ancient Israel and how we can apply lessons from their stories to our 21st century experience. Much of the material will be drawn from contemporary rabbinic sources. Free workshop
For more information or to register please contact
Laurie @ 707-3048 or foodforthesoul@tbaytel.net

Making High Tea Sandwiches


Saturday, October 14
9am – 12noon
St. Paul’s Anglican Church
808 Ridgeway Street
Wouldn’t it be great to be able to have a fancy tea sandwich without having to wait for a special occasion? No culinary skills required! Learn how to make traditional high tea sandwiches and take home what you make! Cost: FREE Class limit: 12 people – register early!
For more information or to register please contact
Laurie @ 707-3048 or foodforthesoul@tbaytel.net

Knitting For Beginners


Saturday, October 14
10 – 12:30 pm
St. Paul’s Anglican Church
808 Ridgeway Street
FREE

Why knot try knitting? A very simple beginning for anyone with hands-on instruction, handouts and ongoing support for each individual. Join us for a bit of fun and fellowship and discover how easy knitting can be. Please bring one ball of “chunky” (heavy) yarn and a pair of 5mm needles, straight or circular
Cost: Free!

For more information or to register please contact
Laurie @ 707-3048 or foodforthesoul@tbaytel.net

St John the Evangelist Anglican Church is conducting two Book of Common Prayer (BCP) services:
• Sunday, October 15th at 7:00 pm Evensong with the old settings.
• Sunday, October 29th at 9:30 am.
All are welcome!

St. John the Evangelist Church
228 Pearl Street
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 1E4
Phone: 807-345-6898

“ST. LUKE’S CHRISTMAS VILLAGE SHOPPING EXTRAAGANZA”

Sat. Nov. 4th, 2017 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

205 Cameron Street (St. Luke’s Anglican Church)

FREE Admission!

FREE Coffee!

Free Samples (while they last)!

Beat the Christmas Rush – do all your shopping under one roof, at our various booths: Fresh Impressions Bakery, Epicure, Tupperware, Pampered Chef, Aboriginal Crafts, Young Living Essential Oils, Crafts and Home Sewn goods, & more!, Plus, antiques, jewellery, collectibles,& gifts (new & nearly new)! Get your holiday Fudge, Candies, Tarts, Cut Out Decorated Cookies, fresh Cinn. Buns, Cheesecakes, British Fruitcakes Laced with Rum, Loaves, & more – take them home & pop them in your freezer for holiday festivities!

Hope to see you there! Happy Holidays!