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									                      ANNOUNCEMENTS                                  CELEBRATING COMMUNICTION: York-Durham Aphasia Centre
                     October 11, 2009                                is presenting a concert at Nineteen on the Park Saturday
                                                                     November 7th at 6:00 pm. Tickets $25 available from Hope
                  www.stouffvilleanglican.ca
 If you know of someone in need of a visit or meals please contact   Franklin 905-642-0856.
                            the office.
   Do you receive weekly emails “Happenings at Christ Church”?       MULLY CHILDREN’S FAMILY CHOIR : Tuesday November 10
     Send your email address to admin@stouffvilleanglican.ca         Come and mingle with the Mulli's. The founders of MCF will
                                                                     again be visiting with Christ Church on Tuesday, Nov 10. The
ACW POT LUCK DINNER: Wednesday October 14th at 6:30.                 drought in Kenya is affecting their mission which has rescued
                                                                     over 5,000 street children to date. This fundraiser welcomes
ROM VISIT & THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS: Our tour begins at 12
                                                                     guests at 6pm with dinner at 7, giving ample time to chat with
noon at the ROM. Please arrive a few minutes early. Speak to Deb
                                                                     both the orphans and the Mulli family. During dinner, hear a
Reilly or Linda Hadaway if you need a ride. For questions contact
                                                                     personal testimonial of how a child was saved and let them
Yvonne at 905-640-3957.
                                                                     entertain you with a brief karate demonstration. A short choir
CLOTHING DRIVE: The Annual Winter Clothing Drive is to take          presentation will follow at 8:45. African jewellery and music CDs
place during the week of October 19-23. All clean winter articles    can also be purchased. Tables of 8 are available for $400. See
are to be left in the Nailer Room. Packers are needed Friday         John Gorman, Chuck or Lore Ormrod for tickets. All proceeds to
October 23rd. Speak to Shirley Rehill 905-862-3600.                  MCF.

                                                                     CHRISTMAS MARKET: Saturday November 21st. Vendors
PARISH COUNCIL: Monday October 19th at 7:30
                                                                     needed. Contact Sheila Copeland 905-642-9497or Margaret
BIBLE STUDY: Wednesday October 21st 7:30 Nailer Room.                Robertson 905-647-2511.

WHERE WE’RE AT TO THE END OF SEPTEMBER:                              LIBRARY NEWS: Our library book bags have been such a
                        2009     Actuals to Sept 30,                 success we only have 3 out of 25 left in the library! That means
                       Budget     2009       2008                    22 families have the Christ Church bags at home and we need
                                                                     them back as soon as possible. Please also check for any overdue
Parishioner givings   244,633     135,784     152,452                books, DVD's and Videos as we have a lot of materials out that
Child Care Centre      60,000      35,500      31,000                need to come back.
Other revenue          40,500      25,282      29,129
Total Revenue         345,133     197,282     212,581                OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD: Shoeboxes are available in the
Total Expenses        337,133     227,212     212,026                Narthex and from Peter Markle. Deadline to return them is
Net income (loss)       8,000     (29,930)        555                November 15th.

ROAST BEEF DINNER: Faithworks Sunday October 25th 5:00               CALLING ALL QUILTERS: The Quilting Group resumes
pm. Tickets from Shirley Rehill, Sandy Martin and the church         Wednesdays 1:00 – 4:00 in the Narthex. Come and join the fun –
office: $14.00 (12 yrs. & up); $6.00 (4 - 11 yrs); Free (3 yrs and   no experience necessary – training provided. For more
under). Live Auction! Proceeds to support Outreach Ministries.       information contact Jackie Petrie at 905-640-3653.

WELCOME COMMITTEE: Monday October 26th at 7:30

HEALING SERVICE: Wednesday October 28th at 7:30
Operation Christmas Child is a project of Samaritan’s Purse which is an        Operation Christmas Child is a project of Samaritan’s Purse which is an
international relief agency, responding to poverty, disease, and disaster      international relief agency, responding to poverty, disease, and disaster
with food, medicine and rebuilding programs, done in the name of Jesus         with food, medicine and rebuilding programs, done in the name of Jesus
Christ. Each year millions of people fill ordinary shoe boxes with a           Christ. Each year millions of people fill ordinary shoe boxes with a
variety of useful and fun gifts for children of specific ages. Last year 7.6   variety of useful and fun gifts for children of specific ages. Last year 7.6
million boxes were distributed worldwide. These boxes are distributed          million boxes were distributed worldwide. These boxes are distributed
to poor children, many who have never received a gift, let alone a boxful      to poor children, many who have never received a gift, let alone a boxful
of gifts, selected just for them.                                              of gifts, selected just for them.

How Do I Start?                                                                How Do I Start?
   Pick up a large shoe box (or more if you choose) from Peter                   Pick up a large shoe box (or more if you choose) from Peter
     Markle at Coffee Hour or from the church office.                               Markle at Coffee Hour or from the church office.
   Decide to shop for either a GIRL or a BOY in the following age                Decide to shop for either a GIRL or a BOY in the following age
     categories: 2-4, 5-9 or 10-14 (Boys 10-14 are chosen least, so                 categories: 2-4, 5-9 or 10-14 (Boys 10-14 are chosen least, so
     feel free to help out here.)                                                   feel free to help out here.)

Suggested Gifts                                                                Suggested Gifts
    Toys: small cars, balls, dolls, stuffed animals, kazoos,                      Toys: small cars, balls, dolls, stuffed animals, kazoos,
      harmonicas, yo-yos, small Etch-A-Skech, toys that light up or                  harmonicas, yo-yos, small Etch-A-Skech, toys that light up or
      make noise, slinky etc.                                                        make noise, slinky etc.
    School Supplies: pens, pencils and sharpener, crayons or                      School Supplies: pens, pencils and sharpener, crayons or
      markers, stamps and inkpad sets, colouring books, chalk,                       markers, stamps and inkpad sets, colouring books, chalk,
      writing pads or paper, solar calculators etc.                                  writing pads or paper, solar calculators etc.
    Hygiene items: toothbrush, soap, comb/brush, washcloth etc.                   Hygiene items: toothbrush, soap, comb/brush, washcloth etc.
    Other: hard candy, lollipops, sunglasses, flashlights, baseball               Other: hard candy, lollipops, sunglasses, flashlights, baseball
      caps, socks, T-shirts, underwear, toy jewellery, hair-clips, plastic           caps, socks, T-shirts, underwear, toy jewellery, hair-clips, plastic
      mirrors (not glass), watches, tools etc.                                       mirrors (not glass), watches, tools etc.

Please   do NOT include the following items:                                   Please   do NOT include the following items:
        Used items that are broken, stained or worn out                               Used items that are broken, stained or worn out
        Toy guns, knives, or other war-related items                                  Toy guns, knives, or other war-related items
        Chocolate, canned or perishable food items                                    Chocolate, canned or perishable food items
        Cosmetics (make-up, nail polish, etc.)                                        Cosmetics (make-up, nail polish, etc.)
        Medicines of any kind (vitamins, cough drops etc.)                            Medicines of any kind (vitamins, cough drops etc.)
        Breakable items or liquids (china dolls, snow globes)                         Breakable items or liquids (china dolls, snow globes)
        Liquids of any kind e.g. shampoos, creams, toothpaste                         Liquids of any kind e.g. shampoos, creams, toothpaste

   ** Include a cheque, made out to “Samaritan’s Purse” for $7 to                 ** Include a cheque, made out to “Samaritan’s Purse” for $7 to
   defray the cost of shipping. The deadline for returning your filled            defray the cost of shipping. The deadline for returning your filled
   boxes to the church is NOVEMBER 15TH.                                          boxes to the church is NOVEMBER 15TH.

								
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