May 2018

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After worship in the library
at approximately 11:30 after the Benediction
St. Paul's Book Club is reading ... The Best Laid Plans by Terry Fallis
Books available in Church office
June 15 at 1 pm
Come once, come often, you will always be welcome among friends.
Men's Breakfast Club
May 20, 2018 8:00 am coffee, 8:30 Breakfast $5.00
Lunch Bunch
May 14, 2018
Have you started to think about summer- and camping?
Please go to by clicking on the logo to the left to register your child or grandchild for summer camp. There is printed information in the library.
St. Paul's has a bursary available for children/youth going to Camp Kintail. Please request the bursary no later than June 4 th by calling the church office at 519-426-1845 or emailing
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Youth Group-Upcoming events
Friday, April 27- Pizza and Swimming
5:30 PM: Meet at the church to make and eat a personal pizza dinner, then walk to the Rec Centre for swimming from 7:30- 8:30pm
Saturday, May 26- Hiking
in Long Point 1-5 pm
Additional plans for June, July and August are in the works, and details coming soon.
Please contact church office at 519-426-1845 for more information or to join in the fun
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click on this link for more information and registration
St. Paul's has a bursury for youth and young adults who register. Please notify Nancy in church office at 519-426-1845 by June 4 th.
Mission Committee Sponsored
Saturday June 2, 2018 7 am to noon
Proceeds to PWS&D
Mission Committee is asking the congregation to give much needed supplies to the Norfolk Pregnancy Centre. Items will be collected May 6 and 13.
Wish list is available in the library on the information table.

Welcome to St Paul’s Presbyterian Church in Simcoe.

We are a vibrant community in the heart of the city that strives to live and serve according to the purpose God has ordained for us.

We do this by rooting ourselves in the Bible, the written witness to God’s presence among his people.  We believe that this written witness directs us to Jesus Christ, who is the living revelation of our heavenly Father.  It is this same Jesus who enables us to connect to God through his saving grace, and through his gift of the Holy Spirit.

We believe that God is present and active in his creation; God not only hears but also responds to prayer.  Through prayer we strengthen our relationship with Him, learn to recognize his voice, align our spirits with His, and call His healing and transformative power into particular situations.

Then, with a firm footing in God’s Word and discerning spirits responding to God’s guidance, we serve our community according to the needs we encounter and the strengths of the congregation.

Through sound biblical preaching and study of the Bible we feed our minds, through prayer we feed our spirits, and through service in His name we condition our bodies.  This threefold cord binds us to God and to one another.

All are welcome in this house of worship. There are no perfect people here; we who worship together are bound by our common need of grace and forgiveness which can only be found in Christ.

Peace and joy,

Rev. Mikal Schomburg

There is one body and one Spirit, just as you were called to the one hope of your calling, one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of all, who is above all and through all and in all.

Speaking the truth in love, we must grow up in every way into him who is the head, into Christ, from whom the whole body, joined and knit together by every ligament with which it is equipped, as each part is working properly, promotes the body’s growth in building itself up in love.

(Ephesians 4:4-6, 15-16)




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