Grace and peace to you in the name of Jesus Christ.
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Over the next four weeks, our worship will celebrate the Season of Creation, with a focus on God as Creator. For many, this is perhaps the first, and maybe even the most ‘natural’ awareness of God – lying on the ground, mesmerized by clouds and sky, or marvelling at the intricacy of a snowflake, or struck with awe by the power of wind or water. We hope you can join us over the coming weeks … and perhaps share some of your own experiences as well.
Annual Meeting of the Congregation
Members and adherents of the congregation will be receiving a separate email or telephone call with notice of the (postponed) Annual Meeting of the Congregation, to be held on Sunday, September 27 beginning at 10 a.m. The first 25 minutes (10-10:25) will be an opportunity to visit and catch up with one another; the meeting proper will begin at 10:30 a.m.
Members of the congregation are invited to participate in whatever way is best for them.
- There will be opportunity to attend in person, with a maximum of 25 people plus leaders; those who wish to attend in person need to register through the office to indicate you would like to do so. Please be aware we will be spread out according to social distancing
rules and everyone will be required to wear a mask.
- Another option to participate in the meeting will be via Zoom – either by telephone (audio only) or through a smart phone, tablet, computer or other device.
- Copies of the Annual Report and the agenda will be resent electronically. If you would like a print copy and didn’t get one before COVID changed everything, please contact the office and one will be
mailed out to you or dropped off in your mailbox.
- Zoom coaches available – you can also join by telephone (audio only, no video) If you haven’t yet tried out the zoom meeting app, we would be glad to walk you through getting set up and testing out a one-on-one meeting. We did this early in the pandemic and most everyone
found it to be quite easy to figure out after the first time.
All zoom meetings also have the option of people calling in on a telephone (you hear the call and can participate in speaking – you just don’t see faces). If you would like to participate in this way,
please let us know and we will provide the telephone number to you.
Please be in touch if you’d like someone to lend a hand getting you connected.
We invite your prayers for: Tressia, Pat, family & friends of Tim Clyne, Horace, Gladys, Kathryn, Brandon, teachers, parents, students, school boards and administrators, bus drivers, custodians.
Yours in faith,
(Rev.) Teresa Moysey
Harrow United Church