We are a progressive, loving church. Growing in Christ and serving the needs of our community.

 

St. Paul’s Anglican Church, South Barrie.

OUR CHURCH IS LOCATED AT 54 ST. PAUL’S CRESCENT IN BARRIE ONTARIO L9J 0E2 AT THE CORNER OF YONGE ST. AND MAPLEVIEW DRIVE EAST.

 

INCUMBENT: REV. DEBBIE DENNIS (705) 722-7755 revdeb.barrie@rogers.com

YOU MAY REACH US BY PHONE: 705-722-7755  OR BY E MAIL: Office@stpaulsinnisfil.com

We are a people who are deeply interested in serving those in our local community. We have been blessed with huge population growth as many young families move into South Barrie. We also have the Sandy Cove retirement community within a short drive from our church. We want to let people know that St. Paul’s means acceptance and assistance. This is to live out the Great Commandment: You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul and with all your mind. You shall love your neighbour as yourself. We offer many opportunities for those in our midst to grow in their faith. Life is difficult. Life is not fair. It may seem as if there are more and more demands on us and less and less time, energy and money to meet them. A two career commuting family with small children or a retired widow on a fixed income all know that life can be stressful. You may wonder where the joy has gone. You may wonder who you are. St. Paul’s is a place where you can explore ultimate questions in a safe environment.


 ADVANCE NOTICES

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UPCOMING DATES.+

September 8th Regular Service Schedule begins again: 9.30 a.m. Family Holy Communion. 11.00 a.m. BAS Holy Communion.

September 22nd – Rev. Debbie returns from her Sabbath Leave.

September 29th – BAS Holy Communion 10.30 a.m. followed by Soup
Luncheon.

Saturday October 5th – 5 p.m. Please join us for our Thanksgiving Turkey Supper with a delicious meal from chefs Rev. Ken and Jonathon Kemp. Everyone is welcome!  Adults $20 – Children $10 –  Family $50 ( 2 Adults + Children under 12 ) Tickets available in the office Tuesday to Thursday 705-722-7755.

Thank you for a wonderful evening at the BBQ and Corn Roast! Thank you to Marilyn Hutchinson and the Brown family and the Kemp family for a delicious meal and a very successful summer event. We were entertained with country and folk music,  learned to square dance and had a delicious meal. Well done St Paul’s!

 

 ANNOUNCEMENTS (September, 2019)

Welcome to all visitors and newcomers to our church.  We invite you to fill out a Request for Information Card hanging on a hook in the pews. Give it to one of the ushers or place in the Newcomer Forms box located on the counter in the foyer.

Confidential Prayer Requests for St. Paul’s Prayer Chain. In the library there is a small white box for written prayer requests. Rev. Debbie and Betty Shubert alone have keys and the box will be checked every Monday.  You may also contact Betty Shubert directly (705) 797-0701.  Each request will be upheld by the members of the parish prayer chain for two weeks.

Parish Drop-in – 1st and 3rd Thursday afternoon each month. Come out from 1 – 3 pm and enjoy a time of socializing with other parish members. For those who may not be able to attend worship on a Sunday or simply want to spend time with others in the parish family, this may be for you.  Rev. Debbie will close this gathering with prayer.  Next drop-ins:  September 5 and 19.

Messy Church: The third Saturday afternoon of each month. Please note we will be taking a break until the Fall.

Library News 

SeptemberCrafts and Other Arts

In the library this month we showcase crafts, including books on crocheting and knitting shawls. There are also beautiful books on church architecture and books and movies on  famous artists like Raphael and Michelangelo.

October – What’s in the Bible

For October we showcase different translations of the Bible, CDs of readings from the Bible and also a very interesting book on the making of the King James version of the Bible.

November – After the War Was Over

For Remembrance month in the library there are stories of what happened once hostilities ceased, very interesting stories telling of life after “the guns fell silent”. 

 

 

REGULAR WEEKLY/MONTHLY PROGRAMS

Prayer Shawl Group meets the second Wednesday of the month. Contact Helen Steenkamer-Punshon for more information. Next meeting: September 11, 9:30 – 11 am.

Dart Group meets each Wednesday afternoon at 1 p.m. in the down-stairs Hall. For more information contact Frank or Queenie Little. All are welcome to come along for an afternoon of fun.

Contemplative Worship Services will be the third Wednesday of the month. Next service: TBA

Tai Chi Group meets Thursday mornings, 10 -11 a.m with a beginners class from 11 -12  a.m. Contact Georgina Duggan for more info.

Parish Drop-In The first and the third Thursday each month 1 – 3 pm. Next Drop-Ins: September 5 and 19, 2019.

Aprons & Briefcases: Contact Mimi Price for more information.

 




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