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Crushing Poverty with Pop Cans

Posted on Monday, January 16, 2012 at 01:18 PM

help us crush povertyDid you know that your empty pop cans can be turned into nutritious food and warm clothing?

Volunteers crush the cans and sell the aluminum to a recycler. 

All proceeds go to support the Community Cupboard.

Please consider dropping off your cans at the church.

empty beer/wine/liquor containers also acceptedDo you live in an apartment building?  Perhaps you might even consider a simple method of collecting "empties" from your neighbours.  Ask your landlord or superintendant for permission to place a separate bin in your building's recycle room, along with this poster which explains the program.  (If you need a bin, or if you require assistance to transport the cans to Historic St. Paul's, please contact the church.)

"The Crusher" . . . hard at work!"the can crusher"




Come Wednesdays for Soul Food

Posted on Wednesday, January 11, 2012 at 09:33 AM

Manna activitiesManna returns January 11th
    for the Winter season.

This popular weekly intergenerational program
    welcomes members, friends and
    neighbours alike.

Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m., everyone gathers in
the Friendship Room for a meal together.  After
dinner, there's something for everyone: 

* Bible Storytime for children aged 3 to 5
* Interactive Bible learning for older children
* Crafts for all the children
* Catechesis classes for youth and adults
* Sports for older children, youth and adults
* Bible studies for teenagers and adults
* Quilting class for all ages

Drop by any Wednesday!
Everyone's always welcome.

For more information contact Parish Assistant
Tony Marchand.

As you are able, please help defray the cost
of the meal. Offering baskets are placed at
the entrance to the Friendship Room.


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