The Churches of St. John's, Waupoos and St. Philip's, Milford In the Shared ministry with the Parish of Kente (St. Andrew's Wellington).

FOR INQUIRIES AND PASTORAL REQUESTS, CONTACT:

The Rev. Ada Clifton

aclifton@ontario.anglican.ca

 EVENTS & HAPPENINGS:

COUNTY HISTORY NIGHTS: Dinner and drinks at The County Cider Company from 5-6:45. Then a lecture at St. John's Anglican Church at 7 pm.
Thursday, July 18: "Wind, Water, Barley and Wine"- former Globe and Mail journalist Orland French discusses how geography shaped the history of Prince Edward County.
Thursday, August 1: During the Second World War, the Trenton shipyards produced a ship every week. Join naval historian, Roger Litwiller, for this story of a time, a town, and this extraordinary contribution to the war.
Thursday, August 15: "For Want of a Lighthouse"-Author Marc Sequin tells stories of the lighthouses that once protected mariners navigating the treacherous waters off Prince Edward County and the fight to save them. 
Dinner and lecture package $45 plus tax. At the church door - $25 inclusive. For more information, contact The County Cider Company: 613-476-1022 or www.countycider.com.
Sunday, July 21: combined service for the Parishes of Kente and Marysburgh to be held at the gazebo in the Wellington Park at 10:30 am to be followed with a potluck lunch in St. Andrew's hall. 
Wednesday, August 7: Corn and Pork Roast at St. Philip's from 5 to 7:00 pm, $16 for adults, children under 12 free.

Sunday, August 18: Jazz Vespers (Satellite location for PEC Jazz Festival) at St. John's Church, Waupoos on Sunday, August 18 at 4:00pm. Musicians: Jonathan Stewart – saxophone and Dave Barton – guitar. By donation.ave Barton – guitar. By donation.

Ongoing


Thursday: morning prayer service at St. Philip's at 9:45

Thursday: volunteers listen to children read at Athol-South Marysburgh School from 10:30-11:20 am. 
Friday: service of morning prayer from the Book of Alternative Services at St. Philip's at 10:00 am. everyone is welcome.

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Parish Worship Services

Our Sunday worship unites us as a community when we gather together to praise God and to hear His word. Everyone is welcome!


St. John's, Waupoos at 9:00 a.m.:  3207 County Road #8, Waupoos, ON.

St. Philip's, Milford at 11:00 a.m.:  44 St. Philip St., Milford, ON


Sunday, July 21, Proper 16: BAS service of Holy Euchrist with Rev. Ada at 10:30 at the gazebo in Wellington Park. The service be followed with a potluck lunch in St. Andrew's hall. Please bring lawn chairs.

Readings: Psalm 52, Colossians 1: 15-28, Luke 10: 38-42.

Coffee is served at both churches following the Sunday morning service. On the fourth Sunday of each month, we share an informal sandwich lunch after church at St Philip’s. The fourth Sunday is also Food Bank Sunday. Your donation of non-perishable food items will be much appreciated by the Picton Food Bank.
*St. Philip's goes scent-free: A few of our members have asthma and scents can trigger attacks.  So please be mindful and don't use the following on Sundays: perfume, after-shave, scented lotion, etc.  Thank you.

Home Communion:  Visits:  Rev. Ada, as well as Pastoral Care Team Visitors are available to do home visits with anyone who is not able to attend worship.  If you would like a visit, please speak with Rev. Ada or a Churchwarden using our contact form.


Friday service of morning prayer is held at St. Philip's at 10am. Everyone is welcome