The Churches of St. John's, Waupoos and St. Philip's, Milford
FOR INQUIRIES AND PASTORAL REQUESTS, CONTACT: The Rev. Canon David Smith
Cell phone: 1 (613) 929-2757
Home: (613) 308-9064
: Women's Bible study at Ailsa's at .
: potluck supper and movie night at St. Philip's at with "The Lady In The Van" starring Maggie Smith.
: outreach meeting at at St. Philip's.
: Pancake Supper at St. Philip's from 5 until 7 by donation in support of the Diocesan Refugee Committee.
Save the date:
March 14: Dine and Learn at St. Andrew's, Wellington - a great supper (by donation only) and an informative discussion on the differences between Physio-therapy and Chiropractic Treatments. Dinner at , talk at . Call Sharron Hewer at 399-3846 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations.
your diocesan green group will co-host an event focusing on water justice at St. Peter's Anglican Church, Collins Bay.
in Prince Edward County.
choir practice at St. Philip's at .
Volunteers listen to children read at Athol-South Marysburgh School from . Please speak to Father David if you are interested.
services of Morning Prayer are held at St. Philip's at . Everyone is welcome.
WELCOME TOTHE ANGLICAN PARISH OF MARYSBURGH
Parish Worship Services
St. Philip's, Milford at 11:00 a.m.: 44 St. Philip St., Milford, ON
*** PLEASE NOTE, MESSAGE FROM THE REV DAVID SMITH: ***
From January 1st until March 18th Worship at St. Andrew’s Wellington is at . I am on a mission trip until January 30th.worship for St. John’s Waupoos and St. Philip’s Milford is combined at at St. Philip’s Milford.
, , Epiphany 7: Service of Morning Prayer from the Book of Common Prayer with Deacon Fran Langlois at St. Philip's at .
Readings: Leviticus 19: 1-2, 9-16, Psalm 119: 33-40, 1 Corinthians 3: 10-11, 16-23, Matthew 5: 38-48.
Coffee is served at both churches following the 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.
At the Friday morning prayer service this week (Feb 3) Father David will lead prayers for the victims of the attack on the mosque in Quebec and for reconciliation and peace in our world.
PWRDF we are always welcome to support the ongoing work of the PWRDF with donations in our monthly blue envelopes.
Here is information on what is being done by the PWRDF to help victims of Hurricane Matthew - How can you help?Over 1.4 million people in Haiti and 175,000 in Cuba have been affected by Hurricane Matthew. PWRDF has sent $40,000 for relief work in Haiti and a further $20,000 for relief work in Cuba through the ACT Alliance, whose members were active in both countries long before the hurricane and are there for the long term.
The major needs in Haiti are shelter, water, sanitation, hygiene and food. Cholera and the loss of crops and livelihoods are of particular concern.
In Cuba, the focus is on providing food security, water and sanitation, shelter and psychosocial support. Food for 30 days will be provided, as well as tools and seeds to help farmers to replant the crops that were destroyed.
Please support PWRDF’s response to this ongoing emergency!
Donations can be made in the following ways:
Go to http://pwrdf.org/donate
Please make cheques payable to PWRDF, Haiti Response and send to:
The Primate's World Relief and Development Fund
The Anglican Church of Canada
80 Hayden Street
Toronto, Ontario M4Y 3G2
Anglicans in Canada are praying, acting and giving to those affected by Hurricane Matthew. Please watch for updates on PWRDF’s response to the situation at www.pwrdf.org.