The Saskatchewan Presbyterian Youth invites all youth and young adults from Grade 7 to age 20 to a weekend full of wacky games, great food and connecting with others at First Presbyterian Church in Regina, from Friday, May 9th at 7:00 pm to Sunday, May 11th at 1:30 pm. We will be swimming, jumping on the trampoline, tie-dyeing t-shirts, exploring the theme “Travel lightly with God”, and leading Sunday morning worship at First Presbyterian. Friends are welcome! Talk to Martha Fergusson TODAY!
Fifth Annual Walk For Parish Nursing: InterChurch Health Ministries of Saskatchewan invites you to participate in the annual fundraising and awareness walk in support of parish nurses on Sat, May 10th at 9:30 am, beginning and ending at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church. The walk will follow the paved Meewasin Valley Trail which follows the scenic South Saskatchewan River through the heart of Saskatoon. Raise support for Parish Nursing and start your day with healthy activity in beautiful surroundings with good friends. Participants may walk the entire 4 km route or choose to shorten their walk if they wish. The trail is wheelchair accessible. Pledge forms are available on the entranceway table. St. Andrew’s is a partner congregation with InterChurch Health Ministries of Saskatchewan. This is the group that is providing training and support for our Pastoral Care Nurse, Laura Van Loon, as well as educational opportunities for members of our Pastoral Care Committee and others who are interested.
Need To Upgrade Your Driving Skills? The Pastoral Care Committee is hosting Canada Safety Council’s Driver Refresher Course for Mature Drivers. This free 6-hour presentation will take place in the lower hall on Friday, May 23rd and Friday, May 30th from 1:00-4:30 pm. Register by May 20th on sign up sheet on entranceway table, or call the church office at 306-242-0525. Coffee will be available.
The Prairie Centre For Ecumenism Presents a three-year Program in Ecumenial Studies and Formation, dedicated to forming Christians in theology, history, and practice of ecumenism. The intended audience of this program includes ecumenical officers; people in training for ministry; ministry practitioners; and lay people who wish to increase their knowledge of the ecumenical movement for greater participation. The first session of this program will be held June 24-27 at Queen’s House of Retreats in Saskatoon. Registration Fee: $300. (Bursaries may be available from the Presbytery – speak to Rev. Amanda if you are interested.) Registration deadline: June 18th. For more information, visit www.pcecumenism.ca or contact the Prairie Centre for Ecumenism at 306-653-1633 or firstname.lastname@example.org.