August 16, 2018

THURSDAY, AUGUST 16th, 2018 - “The secret to staying young is to live honestly, eat slowly and lie about your age.” Lucile Ball

FRIDAY, AUGUST 17th, 2018 - CNE opens – end of summer.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 19th, 2018 - Join us for morning worship at 10:00 Rev. Katherine McCloskey leading.


World Humanitarian Day is held each year on August 19th to honour those working to provide emergency aid and create a more peaceful and humane world. Emergency situations – either natural disaster or conflict – take a massive toll on communities. In war-torn countries, innocent civilians become caught in the crossfire, forced to flee with nothing. Large-scale environmental disasters create massive food shortages, displacement and disease. Dedicated partners at ecumenical networks such as Canadian Foodgrains Bank and the ACT Alliance enable PWS&D to respond to suffering caused by emergency situations around the world. On this day and every day, we are thankful for the spirit that inspires humanitarian work around the world.

MONDAY, AUGUST 20th, 2018 - Theology on Tap will not be meeting this evening – if you want to drop by for a discussion on whatever, join in at The Beacher Café.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 21st, 2018 - Tuesday’s at Fallingbrook continues with Rev. Jim Kitson – 7:00 ….. next Tuesday will be the last in this series – dinner at 6:00, worship at 7:00 led by The Lost Pilgrims.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22nd, 2018 - Join us for a contemplative worship at 7:30 …


Dear God. If you do all these things you are pretty busy. Now here’s my question. When is the best time I can talk to you. I know you are always listening but when will you be listening hard in Troy, New York. Sincerely, Allen

Dear God: What is it like when you die. Nobody will tell me. I just want to know, I don’t want to do it. Your friend Mike

Dear Dear God. I think it is terrific the way they got the astronauts to go up to go around around the world pleased don’t let it fall on our house. Norman

Dear God. My name is Robert. I want a baby brother. My mother said to ask my father. My father said to ask you. Do you think you can do it. Good luck. Robert

Dear God. I got left back. Thanks a lot. Raymond

Dear God. My little brother is four years old. I wish you could please get him to stop driving me crazy. Your friend. Mark, age 7 ½

Have a good week MB