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Go Project for Kids - Adventure Camp - Aug 26-Aug 30, Sponsored by SPUC, with leadership from the National Church and the Go Project. This is a week long day camp for elementary school aged children - with lots of off site activities and service projects, seeking to create spirit led young leaders for our time. Please talk to your kids, grandkids and friends, this is part of our Mission Matters 2019 commitment, and we need 15 children for this project to succeed. They can come from anywhere and from any background. I am thrilled that we are able to offer this to our community. Talk to me if you need more info.
Learn about Walking With Our Sisters, Batoche: https://m.facebook.com/WWOSBatoche2019/
WHEN:Aug 15-18, plus four volunteer days prior for set up, and four days after. Public hours for the art installation and visiting the Village: August 15-18: 11:00am-7:00pm
WHERE: East Village, BatocheNational Historic Site, Saskatchewan, Treaty Six territory and Métis homeland.
WHAT are we invited to offer? Materials, money, time, energy, goodwill. And we're invited to visit the installation too, with family, friends, and colleagues. All of Walking with Our Sisters is offered free of charge, and run entirely by volunteers.
These cover sanitation, groceries, site security, first aid, and all other immediate needs. https://www.gofundme.com/walking-with-our-sisters-batoche-2019
Would you like to be part of Joyful Worship? Over our "Summer" season, we try out a variety of Worship Configurations - and always have room for your involvement! Even if you've never been on stage before, you will be set up for success - in true St. Paul's United style! If would like to: read scripture, sing, play an instrument, design a piece of art, share a video, etc., please get in touch with our Worship Arts Director, Mark - remember, all are welcome - and that includes YOU! Mark can be reached at the office: 306.955.3766, by email: firstname.lastname@example.org in person: (most likely, coffee in hand)!
The weekly gathering of Spiritual Growth Groups has wound down for the lazy days of summer. The response to our winter Book Club was amazing! For those looking for summer reading, the SGG Team has chosen Boy Erased: a Memoir by Garrard Conley- the story of growing up the gay son of a conservative Baptist preacher. Contact Cheryl Wilken at email@example.com to participate in the book discussions in mid-August.
The Little Free Library is here! Check it out. If you have a few books to share, please bring them to the office. Thanks for your support!