A Night for St. Andrew's Gala Dinner and Fundraiser will be held Tuesday, April
18 at the Wascana Country Club. Our Moderator, the Right Reverend Jordan
Cantwell is the guest speaker. Lori Erhardt and Corinne Groff will be the
featured musicians. Tickets $110 (partial tax receipt). Contact Sharon Hurd for
tickets. If using credit card, call 1-877-644-8970. Ticket deadline is April 10.
Here's an opportunity to support theological students, gather with great people, enjoy wonderful food for the body, mind and spirit. Consider coming and bringing a friend or two.
Date: Tuesday February 28, 2017
Time: 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.
Place: Wesley United Church Auditorium
Menu: Pancakes, sausages, ice cream and refreshments
This is a reminder to everyone about the world renowned Wesley Men’s Club Pancake Supper. Tickets will be available for purchase at Wesley on the following Sundays in February: 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th. Tickets will also be available at the Wesley church office or at the door if you decide to come at the last minute. However, we strongly encourage people to buy advance tickets as it makes it much easier for us to purchase supplies for the supper crowd.
Adults (12 and over) $8.00/person
Families (Mom &/or Dad and all their children) $20.00
Children (ages 4 to 11) $3.00/child
Come one and all for a great evening of fine food and great fellowship. Tell your friends - all are welcome.
SAUTI MOJA - AN AFRICAN PROJECT - SPECIAL SPEAKERS, KITCHEN
LOUNGE, SUNDAY, JANUARY 15TH - AFTER CHURCH
SAUTI MOJA is an AFRICAN PROJECT FOR PEACE AND CARING and found in very rural areas of Kenya and Tanzania. Tim Wright and his wife, Lyn Bishop, creators of this project, have visited Regina often. Kathy Platt, Sunset UC's minister, has spoken to both our U.C.W. and the Men's Group about the project which she visited.
Sauti Moja tries to help very poor people, often warring, come together in peace. It also supplies widows with camels or goats to become self-sufficient; and to young mothers without husbands to move forward in life, supplying enough daily needs to look after the mother, her child and usually the grandmother who becomes a babysitter while the young mother attends school. They teach Swahili to young Masai sheep herders who have not attended school. They bring warring communities together to solve problems and work in peace.
Alec and Linda Paul were thrilled with the nearly $1,000 support of the Wesley congregation to Sauti Moja through their partial walk in a Mount Kilimanjaro marathon.
Come to hear about this important work in the kitchen lounge after church on Sunday, January 15th. It is so important and provided to Africans with love. Tim and Lyn are fascinating speakers.
For more info, phone Linda or Alec - 306-585-0988.