Friday, May 18, 2012

Week of May 20 to 26, 2012
SUNDAY, MAY 20th 2012
Seventh Sunday of Easter and
Ascension Sunday.
Presider & Homilist: Father Maurice
Organist: Michael Li. Cantor: Devin Yuke
Lay Readers: Jean Colwell
Sunday School Coordinator: Colleen Milburn
Sidepeople for May:
Betty Morgan, Bill & Melodie Condlln
Chancel Guild:
Collen Milburn & Radika Fraser
Rite: BAS
The homily this Sunday is focus on
Jesus prays for his people
SUNDAY LEAFLET: Please, take home the Sunday Leaflet. It can help you to review the readings, collect, prayers and parish news, or you can share this leaflet with other parishioners or friends who were not able to attend the Sunday Service. Thank you for your cooperation.

CENTENNIAL BOOK: Our Centennial Book is available. Price $ 35 per book (subsidize price) and signed by the author, Harlan Lunn. Please, plan to buy your copy and one extra copy for birthdays, anniversaries or keep it until Christmas as a gift.

WEDNESDAY SERVICE: Join us for our Study & Holy Eucharist on Wednesday, May 23rd @ 10 am, followed by coffee time. Liturgical Colour: White. We pray for the Diocese of Northern Texas, USA. Readings: Acts 10: 28-38; Psalm 68: 28-36 & St. John 17: 11b-19. 
MAY 20 Sunday Service & Sunday School @ 10:30 am
MAY 20 Spanish Mass @ 2 pm. Parroquia San Esteban
MAY 23 Wednesday Study & Eucharist @ 10 am
MAY 24 Italian Mass @ 10 am. St. Mary Magdalene
MAY 24 Discussion Group from 7:30 to 8:30 pm
MAY 25 Meeting with Bishop of Monterrey, Mexico
MAY 25 Ecumenical Service @ 6 pm @ Holy Trinity
MAY 27 Sunday of Pentecost
MAY 27 Sunday Service & Sunday School @ 10;30 am
MAY 28 Meeting with Bishop Poole & Bishop of Monterrey, Mexico
MAY 29 Meeting at Trinity College, Faculty of Theology @ 3 pm
MAY 30 Wednesday Study & Eucharist @ 10 am
MAY 31 Italian Mass @ 10. St.Mary Magdalene
JUN 03 Sunday Service & Sunday School @ 10;30 am
JUN 03 Spanish Mass @ 2 pm. Parroquia San Esteban
JUN 05 Postulancy Committee @ 12 pm
JUN 06 Wednesday Study & HE @ 10 am
JUN 06 Corporation meeting @ 12 pm
JUN 06 Clericus @ 1:30 PM @ St. Simon's Church
JUN 07 Italian Mass @ 10 at St. Mary Magdalene
JUN 07 Meeting at St. Anne's Church @ 1:30 pm
JUN 07 Discussion Group from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm
JUN 10 Father's Day
JUN 10 Sunday Service & Sunday School @ 10:30 am.
For those who are travelling:
For those who are sick:
Dominik Mikolajczyk, Peter Crkovski, Bishop Patrick Yu, Lincoln Alexander, Penny Hogge, Stanley Walpoole, Anne Blok, Kim Sloane, Carol McCarthy, George Funnell, Gary Beech, Baulah & Arthur Reid, Norm McLeod, Lynne Argyle, Maureen Curtin, Bernice Graham, Mimi Rossias, Regina Jarowskjy, Martinique Francois and Beulah Alay.
Those who are in need: For the Canadian Forces abroad.
We pray for those who have died: For all those beloved from our congregation, family members, relatives and friends of St. Paul's. Stephen Morgan, Ray Sellars and Emilia Pucci
Our thanksgiving prayer for: The ministry of our lay readers and communion ministers.
Diocese of Northern Territories, Australia
Diocese of Northern Uganda, Uganda
Diocese of Northern Zambia, Zambia
Diocese of Northern Texas, USA
Diocese of Northern Pennsylvania, USA
Diocese of Norwich, England.
May 20, Easter 7 / Sunday after Ascension
Pray for St. Augustine of Canterbury, Toronto, its support of the Flemingdon Park Ministry, Amnesty International, the Flemingdon Park Food Bank and All Saints Church Community Centre;
and for
St. Barnabas, Chester, its Prayer Shawl Ministry, volunteer support for the ecumenical Out of the Cold Program, Deacon’s Cupboard, support of an orphanage in Haiti, volunteer support for a weekly Ecumenical Dinner, and participation in the East York Strategy, working with youth in the area to curb violence and teach life skills.

May 27, Pentecost
Pray for St. Bartholomew, Toronto, its breakfast and after-school programs, and its Food Bank and Christmas hamper programs;
and for
St. Chad, Toronto, its Tuesday afternoon program of soup kitchen, clothing and food distribution and its monthly community supper.


FLOWERS AT THE ALTAR:Please, after you donate flowers to the altar provide your invoice to Shirley Buckley or accumulate for the end of the year for tax purposes.
MAY 20 Put your name here
MAY 27 Put your name here
JUN 03 Put your name here
JUN 10 Put your name here
JUN 17 Put your name here
JUN 24 Put your name here.
THURSDAY DISCUSSION GROUP: Join us and tet us learn and grow together in this journey of faith. Very inter-active dynamic. We are looking to see you!!!
Summer break from June 08 till after Labour Day in September.
MAY 25 Bede, Priest, Monk of Jarrow, 735

MAY 26 Augustine, First Archbishop of canterbury, 605
MAY 31 The Visit of the Blessed Virgin May to Elizabeth.
JUN 01 Justin, Martyr at Rome, teacher, c. 167
JUN 02 Martyrs of Lyons, 177
JUN 03 Martyrs of Uganda, 1886
JUN 03 Janani Luwum, Archbishop of Uganda, Martyr, 1977
JUN 04 John XXIII, Bishop of Rome, reformer, 1963
JUN 05 Boniface, Archbishop of Mainz, Martyr, 754
JUN 06 William Grant Broughton, Bishop of Australia, 1853
JUN 09 Columba, Abbot of iona, Missionary, 597.
MAY 20 Jean Colwell
MAY 27 Mark Richardson
JUN 03 Radika Fraser
JUN 10 Brian Beech
JUN 17 Harlan Lunn
JUN 24 Jean Colwell
MAY 20 Bev Weir & Alan Peters
MAY 27 Put your name here
JUN 03 Put your name here
JUN 10 Put your name here
JUN 17 Put your name here
JUN 24 Put your name here
JUN 01 Emma Borsa
JUN 04 Joshua Coroa
JUN 09 Roberth Routh
JUN 10 Betty Morgan
JUN 17 Hannah Stankiewicz
JUN 23 Devin Yuke
JUN 28 Win Bourchier 
JUN 04 Baptismal anniversary of Liam Mather
JUN 20 Memorial anniversary of Karol Kamrich
JUN 16 Memorial anniversary of Austen Beech
JUN 26 Marriage anniversary of Andrew & Wendy Gardner

THE BAPTISM OF THOMAS PAUL TANCHAK: held on Sunday, May 13th @ 10:30 am in our parish. Thomas Paul was very comfortable and he enjoyed his first step in the Christian faith.

From left to right: John Ayre, grandfather of Thomas Paul; Paul Tanchak & Lesia Lysyk, godparents; and Katherine and Adrian Tanchak, parents of the amazing little Thomas Paul.

WHO IS WHO?: Each month we will have a person to discover! A few clues and let us guess the person's name: Nice couple with nice children. Great smile, full of life, study outside of Toronto, loves her borther (joke) and photography. So, who are the people of May? Let us know during the coffee hour.

CAPITAL CAMPAIGN: Still making your pending decision? There is still time! Please, let us know about your support. You will receive a phone call or letter soon. Thank you for your time and good will to give to your parish.
PROPERTY REPORT: The Property Committee resported that we installed new fence on Evans Avenue, in this way we accomplish another new step to provide a better service to our tenants and neighbourhood.
SEMINAR ON BEING PREPARED & PLANNING AHEAD, an initiative of Turner & Porter Funeral Home and the Chancel Guild of St. Paul's Church, Runnymede was held on Wednesday, May 16th at 7:30 pm. The seminar was led by Gordon McGregor and was attended by 11 people. Great presentation with attractive visual support, materials were provided and the seminar was very appreciated by everybody who attended. Please, contact Margaret Lyons for more details about this event.
FOOD BANK: Thank you very much to everyone who is supporting our Food Bank tha we share with those in need. We are asking to focus more into food and supplies for children (diapers). Please, do not bring peanut butter. Thanks.
WEEKLY SMILE: "Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which is stored than anything on which it is poured." Mark Twain

NEW MISSION STATEMENT: Please, for the first proposal for our Mission Statement taking from our current one, postedin several news board in our church. Please, let us know your feedback or if you want, sent us your proposal as well. Let us accomplish this project by ending May. Thank you very much for your input and interest.
"St. Paul's Church, Runnymede is a welcoming family
of devoted Christians in Bloor West Toronto.
We are committed to the fostering of spiritual discovery
and growth for those in the neighbourhood
seeking God in heir lives.
We strive to achieve this by offering a rich
and varied program of worship, prayers,
education, community service, and by having fun together."
Contribution by Betty Morgan and edited by Harlan Lunn
St. Paul's Church, Runnymede is a welcoming
and supportive Anglican community.
We are committed to fostering spiritual growth in the lives
of those seeking the enriching power of God's
unending message of love, compassion and hope.
Contribution of Margaret Lyons.

"You've got a friend in the neighbourhood."
Anonymous contribution
"St. Paul's, Runnymede - Join us for the mysteries;
see what will be revealed."
EPILOGUE: Come and join us. Our Sunday Service & Sunday School @ 10:30 am. and our Wednesday Study & Eucharistic Celebration @ 10 am.
See you around. Chanel your gifts and talents with us!

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