CONGRATULATIONS TO FR. GREG
Congratulations to Fr. Greg on his 35th Anniversary of ordination. On Sunday, Nov. 29 he was gifted with many items featuring his past years in ministry, through a memory book and pictures. The Parish of Churchill and Cookstown offered their congratulations after the Zoom service so everyone could see the presentations by one of St. John's Wardens, Jaci.
St. John’s Fundraiser
St. John's has teamed up with Plantables.ca for their next fundraiser. You can order your plants online and each order made on their website = 10% back for the church. You can continue to order from now until June and St. John's will receive their funds in July. Just make sure you use the code when you check out, which is on the attached poster.
Easy peasy and COVID friendly. All ordering is done online and the plants are delivered directly to you. Better yet, they are organic.
Changes in Service
CHANGES IN SERVICES
St. Peter’s and St. John's are now closed temporarily for in person worship services due to lockdown!!! We will be broadcasting the St. John’s service via Zoom as usual at 10:15 every Sunday. Once protocols are changed again, this will be updated. Until then, stay safe and be well.
If you wish to donate to either St. Peter's or St. John's during this time, please consider the links below.
Donate to St. Peter's or: send a cheque to the church at: 6254 Yonge St., Churchill, ON L0L 1K0
Donate to St. John's: or send a cheque to the church at: 29 Church Street, Cookstown, ON LOL ILO
Also consider using PAG (pre-authorized giving). Once you sign up for PAG, you no longer have to worry about your donations. Each month your amount is taken from your bank account, no fuss and no worry. Please contact your Wardens about this method.
VIRTUAL SUNDAY SERVICES UPDATE
Please follow this YouTube link to access ALL of the services that Fr. Greg has performed,including Talks from the Comfy Chair.
Christmas for Kids Help (C4K) 2020
Please visit our outreach page under St. Peter's for all info
St. Peter’s Memorial Wall
George Leggett, our church historian, has sent a link to the Memorial Wall at St. Peter's, which contains information regarding the sacrifices of those who were part of Canada's Forces and who lost their lives so we could be free. There is also a tribute to the men of St. Peter's, who were part of St. Peter's Church and lost their lives in the battles.
Thank you George for all your hard work putting it together, and to Dawn, his wife who put together the pictures of the chamber, pages from the book of Memorial and the pictures of the Veterans.