FOOD, FELLOWSHIP, PRIZES & MORE!
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Are you a student at St. Lawrence, RMC or Queen’s? You are invited to join in a ‘crawl’ of some of Kingston’s historic church buildings and learn a bit about the witness of each. Check out the facebook page ‘kingston church crawl 2019’.
Photos by Time Forbes – Kingstonlife.ca
Click the photo above or the link below to view Kingstonlife.ca online magazine.
Behind the doors of some of the city’s oldest places of worship!
Two of the three stages of this year’s ‘Storefront’ fringe festival have opened at St. Andrew’s! Have a look at the line up. Of particular interest in the line up may be ‘Josiah Henson’ and ‘Life Support’.
The festival website can be found at https://www.theatrekingston.com
Have a look at this overview of the opportunities summers at St. Andrew’s – you’ll notice that many of the sermons will explore the amazing stained glass windows of the sanctuary – and join as you are able!
p.s. this is a pdf of a print document, so the formatting on your screen may not be ideal
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You are also invited to read an insert that speaks about a programme that we support through our congregational contributions to Presbyterians Sharing – Church doesn’t have to be neat and tidy!
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The General Assembly has made a recommendation for presbyteries to consider, one that plots a way forward for the Presbyterian Church in Canada by offering recommendations concerning human sexuality.
Have a look at:
Formal communication received from the Clerks of Assembly
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Announcement made by The Rev. Andrew Johnston (St. Andrew’s Kingston) during worship June 13
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Announcement made by the Rev. Elaine Wilson, a commissioner to the General Assembly, (Strathcona Park Kingston) during worship June 13
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The King’s Daughters is a trio that specializes in singing contemporary gospel – check them out at www.daughtersofthekingmusic.com
JOIN US here at St. Andrew’s! Friday May 3, 7 p.m. $25 in advance, $30 at door.
All proceeds will go towards supporting the renovation of the Gill Hall Kitchen for use by Special Meals, The Mess and the Kingston Street Mission.
Hymn Festival ~~ Saturday May 4, 2:30 p.m. at St. George’s Cathedral
A selection of traditional and new hymns will be introduced by Eric Friesen and the Rev. Andrew Johnston, and accompanied by members The Royal Canadian College of Organists, a massed choir, and a brass quintet. All are welcome to attend – and sing along!
For information, including about participating in the massed choir, call 613-548-4617×23 or visit rcco-kingston.ca