NEWS & VIEWS
Please Note: After 10:30 a.m. during Sunday worship
all entry doors to St. Paul's are locked for security measures.

If you are visiting with us, we hope you enjoy your stay!

From the bulletin Sept. 14 2014

Welcome to Worship at St. Paul's. May you experience the enlivening presence of God as you gather with God's family to celebrate God's amazing grace. A special welcome to anyone who is visiting this morning. Please record your presence by signing the guest register in the lobby (library area) to the east side of the sanctuary. LARGE PRINT bulletins and hymn books are available from our ushers. A special welcome to the Rev. Carlene Walford who is participating in this morning's worship. Carlene is in the area ministering with our off-shore workers.

Coffee +++
Friends, help enrich our worship experience by signing up to assist with refreshments after worship. Guidance and help are available if you are uncertain of the how to's. There is a sign up sheet on the information table.

DIRECTION
If you don't know where you are going, any road will get you there! On Saturday a Presbytery Workshop is considering the FUTURE. See Bulletin Board and let Ian know if you intend to participate.
Messy Church begins again this month.
There is room for more leaders and/or assistants especially in the area of Food Preparation and Clean-up. If you are able to join, please speak to Grace, Sharon, Jane or Ian.

Celebrate Learning
Deb is looking for 'digital' photos of Sunday School, Vacation Bible Camp, Langford Events, Bible Studies, Conferences, . . . Please send a.s.a.p. to Deb by email which is available in hard copy bulletin.

On Sunday, September 21, the Worship Committee is planning a service to focus on the Joy of Learning. Invite a friend to join you for a special worship experience.

ST. PAUL'S THIS WEEK, See Calendar.
Men's Breakfast Next Sunday Sept.21, 2014 8:30 a.m. (8:00 a.m. coffee)

Our Thanksgiving Food Drive will take place Sunday, October 12.

Please help us continue the tradition of decorating our church with nonperishable foods. These items are collected by our Mission Committee and are then delivered to Quetzal Family Homes. Please begin collecting your items and bring them with you Thanksgiving Sunday.

Ten Thousand Villages - Crafts of the World Sale First Baptist Church, October 24 & 25. A sign up sheet for volunteers can be found on the information table. Our contact person is Leigh Nagy, 519-428-0676.

Learning Opportunities
Copies of the sermons can be found on our website: www.stpaulssimcoe.com Hard copies are available in the narthex.
Sept. 27 - Synod Conference - Nurturing Faith at Home, in Woodstock. - Worship Conference - at Redeemer College. See bulletin board.

Looking for more information on events?
If you look in our Calendar section, you will see what is happening!

Kelby is one of our young adults. Go to www.caringbridge.org and type in kelbybalch to view the journey that she and her family is on with a disease called Dystonia.
We are posting the address on this site, so that you may learn about her journey, and keep Kelby and her family in your prayers!

Excerpts from the 2013 Annual Reports are now ready for viewing.
The complete paper version is now available through the church office.



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