March 30, 2014

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26th, 2014 - It takes glass one million years to decompose, which means it never wears out and can be recycled an infinite amount of times!

FRIDAY, MARCH 28th, 2014 - Fourth film in our Lenten series - 7:00 pm - "Regarding Henry" (1991) Harrison Ford and Anette Bening. This week our hosts are Mary Rae and Cameron Shantz - 230 Wineva Avenue. Parking is limited it would be good to share the driving.

SATURDAY, MARCH 29th, 2014 - Earth Hour Lights Out 7:30 - 9:30 pm. There will be a celebration in Kew Gardens - join in and enjoy live music, hot drinks, Candle Lights and Paper Lanterns.

SUNDAY, MARCH 30th, 2014 - Fourth Sunday in Lent. Join us for morning worship at 10:30 - Rev. Matt McKay leading. Following worship the Beaches Book Study group will gather in the prayer room to continue learning about Presbyterian Catechism. Bring your lunch and enjoy a good discussion.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2nd, 2014 - Wednesday Lenten Noontime Meditations continue at St. Andrew's King Street. This week The Rev. Ilze Kuplens-Ewart, St. Andrew's Latvian Evangelical Lutheran Church.

MISSION CAPSULES: From July 7th - 12th, 2014, Brock University will be alive with energy as Presbyterians from across Canada come together for Canada Youth 2014. The week of worship, workshops, recreation and faith-filled connections will change lives as people grow in their relationship with one another and with God. Participants return home affirmed and strengthened in their faith, equipped with tools to connect in deeper ways to their congregations. Larissa McCormick from Victoria , B.C. shares: "Saying Canada Youth affected the way I view my faith would be far too much of an understatement. It has completely transformed the way I perceive my future, friends and relationship with God." Gifts to Presbyterians Sharing ... make Canada Youth possible. Please pray for our young people as they gather for this life-changing event.

COMING UP: April 17th - Maundy Thursday - dinner and service to begin Easter Weekend. Dinner is home made soup, cheese, bread and fruit. Time to think about your soup.


Gold is the only metal that does not rust, even it it's buried in the ground for thousands of years.

Your tongue is the only muscle in your body that is attached at only one end.

If you stop getting thirsty, you need to drink more water. When a human body is dehydrated, it's thirst mechanism shuts off.

Zero is the only number that cannot be represented by Roman Numerals.

Kites were used in the American Civil War to deliver letters and newspapers.

Have a good week - MB