Sept 13, 2012

September 14th, 2012 by mridea

1. Hour of Prayer resumes its weekly gathering on Tuesday, Sept. 18 at 11:30-12:30noon in St. Thomas Side Chapel. Every second week prayers lead by Margie Wilson, Regional Co-Director of Nation at Prayer. An opportunity to pray for our Parishes, our City, our Region, our Province, and our Nation. Everyone is welcome. Contact either Margie at 343-3686 or Pastor Doug at 623-3608.

2. “Wild at Heart – A Band of Brothers” video series starts Friday, Sept. 21st at 7:30 a.m. at St. Thomas’. A journey for men to discover God, authentic masculinity, and the spirit of adventure. All men are welcome to join us for this eight week series, which begins a new Men’s Group at St. Thomas’. Charlie Wilson, Co-Director of Nation at Prayer will be the group’s facilitator, along with Pastor Doug McClure. Contact: Charlie at 343-3686 or

3. St. James Anglican Church, John St. Rd. Murillo, will hold a Beef on a Bun Supper with salads and dessert and a Silent Auction on Saturday, September 22 at 6 p.m. Only 60 Tickets available at $10.00 a person. Supper at 6 p.m. at the church in Morrow Hall. Call Gladys at 935-2202 or Sharron at 935-2648 for tickets. Everyone welcome. Come and Feel our Country Warmth.

4. On Saturday, September 29, St. John the Evangelist, Schreiber, will celebrate our 125th Anniversary with a meet and greet from 9:30-11:30 am, a Eucharist at 4:00 pm and a catered supper at 6:00 pm at the Schreiber Legion. We will have photos etc., on displayas well. Cost for the supper is $18 for adults, $10 for children 6-12 and free for those under 5. If you are able to be there please get your ticket(s) as early as possible. Deadline is extended to September 16th. Please contact Shirley Hamilton @ 807 824 2178 or by email at

5. From the Mission to Seafarers:

· Please drop in for a visit at the Mission to Seafarers Centre during our Open House 1:30 – 4 pm Sunday, October 21. The Centre is located at Keefer Terminal, 100 Main St., just follow the Harbour Expressway until you get to Keefer Terminal. We have been ministering to seafarers in the Port of Thunder Bay since 1962 and we are celebrating our 50th anniversary.

· After a slow summer, the port is picking up with the fall harvest coming into the port. The Mission to Seafarers would appreciate donations of warm, small to large size men’s clothing. Many of the sailors on ocean-going vessels come from warmer countries and find our fall given to the Mission to Seafarer Rep at each Anglican parish.

· If anyone is interested in volunteering, we are busy enough now to need help: people are needed to staff the Seafarers’ Centre and drive the van.

· The Mission to Seafarers in Thunder Bay is looking for donations for Christmas Gift Bags to be given to seafarers in December. Donations need to be at the Seafarers’ Centre by November 19. Suggested donations include mittens, gloves, writing paper, and wrapped candy. For further information visit or call 344-8241.

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Picture yourself commanding these pipes!

6. Have you ever wanted to learn to play the pipe organ? Here is an opportunity you won’t want to miss! The Royal Canadian College of Organists, Thunder Bay Centre, is searching for interested candidates to apply for a scholarship for study at the console of one of our local pipe organs. This scholarship entitles the recipient to 10 free one-hour lessons from a qualified instructor. Application deadline: October 19, 2012. For an application form or further information, please contact Susan Marrier at or by telephone 768-5321 or Janet Lortie at 344-4762.