St Mark’s Anglican Church, Port Hope
Pentecost Sunday 20 May 2018
Five Minutes Monthly – meets next Sunday May 27 following the 10:30 Eucharist. Pick up readings today on the archive case.
Summer Taize Eucharist —Two or three Sunday Eucharists in the meditative style of Taize will be held this summer. On June 17 at 10.30, and tentatively on July 29 and August 26. These services will consist of Taize chants and songs, readings, a brief homily, periods of silence, and communion.
One service, June 3. As Bishop Riscylla Walsh will visit the parish on June 3, there will be one service at 10.30. You are encouraged to come out and greet our area bishop
Morning Prayer – Thursday and Friday at 9:30 am in the rectory.
Centering Prayer – Thursday, 3:00 pm in the mezzanine.
Next Eucharist & Potluck Wednesday May 30 at 5 pm.
Wednesday Eucharist – Each Wednesday at 10 am. At St. John’s in May
Choral Evensong – is led and sung by the Junior Choir on the first Wednesday of the month at 4:30 pm.
Flowers this week are given to the Glory of God by Gwen Duck and in loving memory of Charles, Jean and George Ashby, Florence Nightingale and Len and Ida Ashby
Remember in Prayer –Justin, Jackie, Zachary, Merete, Sue & Paul Veley.
Sunday Refreshments: A new sign-up sheet for providing refreshments (May – September) after the 10:30 am service is posted on the bulletin board. Please consider helping to provide a snack for this fellowship.
St. Mark’s Cemetery Board needs a Chairperson! Please see Marion or Les if you are interested in this volunteer position
Our Annual FaithWorks Campaign Within the area of Caring for people who are homeless, and ex-prisoners, is Warming Room Community Ministries. The Mission of WRCM is to nurture a community that challenges homelessness, food insecurity, and social exclusion in the City of Peterborough by responding to immediate needs, breaking down barriers amongst us and advocating for systemic change. The Warming Room provides a safe, warm place for those who find themselves homeless and can’t or won’t use the current shelter system to sleep during the winter months. The Warming Room also works to connect people with services that can help them meet their goals and better their quality of life. One Roof Community Centre is open 365 days a year from 12 to 7 PM and serves free meals every day. One Roof offers professional training, life skills, community building, harm reduction, access to primary health care and a safe space to be. Friendships are made, achievements are celebrated and hardships are overcome. Located at St. John’s Anglican Church, Peterborough.
FaithWorks will help to sustain our local outreach ministry through the 15% parish retainer. Each parish is encouraged to retain up to 15% of what it raises to support outreach projects locally.
Cinema St. Mark returns in June with a grab bag of films, all different in technique and all showings Fridays at 7.30 in the mezzanine:
- June 1—Run Lola Run (1996.) A fast-paced thriller with philosophical themes
- June 8—My Beautiful Laundrette (1986). In Margaret Thatcher’s Britain, Pakistani immigrant Omar talks his rich uncle into letting him manage a run-down laundrette.
- June 15—The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964). A love story in three acts, told as an unorthodox but lovely musical.
The Cat’s Meow Contact Marion Thompson through the office or at firstname.lastname@example.org before Friday morning for inclusion.
Office Hours are Tuesday to Friday, 9 a.m. to noon. 905-885-4071 email@example.com
Computer Support Services provided pro bono to St. Mark’s by: James Corkery “CORKERY + CO.