Church of the Epiphany
Worshipping in Canada's most southern town since 1853
Sign of OUR Times
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Back to Church Sunday is
something we can do every week.
Vestry approved Renew
We would like to thank our parishoners who have supported thus far. By creating a Renew Trust
we hope to
provide a form of sustainability for the parish with contributions from
estates, wills, and planned giving, etc...information was presented at Vestry.
Flyers are available for anyone who may
consider contributing to the
RENEW fund of the parish. Our fund will be
invested to defer future parish music costs.
Save your stamps, for the Canadian
Bible Society. There is a box at the back of the church for them and thank you.
leads our Parish prayer group. Please contact
him if you have a request. All souls are confidential and welcomed.
PARISH NURSE DEACON VICKY,
our Parish Nurse and Deacon takes an active roll in parish
worship and is the chaplain at Royal Oak
conducts the parish doll making program for the hospital, jail ministries
as well as supporting
those who are grieving.
YOUTH page for
more information. Also see many pictures on Epiphany's
New E reports to those who email a request for
them. Sunday's bible readings, a synopsis of the sermon and announcements
are available in the mailing.
Sunday Sept 17th,Egg Muffins in aid of Hurricane Irma
An evening with Bishop Linda. This is a fund
raiser to support the Bishop's discreationary Fund on Tuesday, Oct 10th,
from 6-8pm at Cooper's hawk Vineyard. Tickets are $50 in advance and $60
at the door. Please contact the church office for tickets.
MEALS on WHEELS Volunteers are needed
beginning Wed Oct 4th to help deliver meals to Shut-ins. (Note:
increased need, as we previously handled 1 month only) We well be doing
1 county route each week for 3 months. Meals will be picked up at 313
Main St E. If you have an hour to help, please contact the church
Point North supplies were trucked to Pickle Lake for transport by plane
to Kingfisher Lake. It has been a very violent summer for weather, making the
move difficult but it has arrived. Thank you to so many who
have helped meet the challenge.
SERVERS NEEDED for 10:30 worship. Any age welcome! Great to have Jim &
Jeremy join the
COFFEE TIME will resumed in Sept. following the 10:30 service.
Please sign up to help with this important time of Christian Fellowship.
Please feel free to just 'showup' if you'd like
to take part in any of our groups. Pie makers, sewers, bible study or
ACW...any of them! Times are on the Events Calendar
Pie folks are appealing for rhubarb again. If you have some you can spare
for our freezer we'd love to have it. Fruit pies will begin again nearing
the end of Sept.
Rummage Sale thanks you for helping them to raise
Mother's Day Epiphany offers corsages to all the ladies in church. Please
join as a family with Christs' family and give thanks.
Sunday May 7th - Loonies for the Lord Sunday we enjoyed guest speaker
Lillian Scorrar on Maternal, Newborn and Child Health, a project of PWRDF.
The church was lined with loonie donations from the altar to the back of the
church and that combined with an Egg
& Muffin Breakfast before each service helped us to collect $1,076.30 in
donations. The money will be placed on the offering at the annual Diocesan
Synod service the end of this month. Thank you everyone!
April 24th we set up an INSTAGRAM Account. Find us
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ACW 61st Anniversary Dinner
The ladies celebrated their ministry with a dinner for all women of the
parish. Deanery ACW President Gayle brought congratulations as Epiphany's
Ethel M Blackwell ACW is now celebrating 61 years. There was one charter
member present in Doreen. This group was formed before ACW's began and
transferred into the movement as one of the 3 charter groups in the Diocese
of Huron. Thank you ladies for your dedication.
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We had a record attendance at Vestry for 2017 and
presented numbers that pleased everyone. For the first time we had as many
baptisms as funerals, which is a great measurement for a retirement
community like Kingsville. More food than any group could eat was served for
a pot luck and Diana's 2 soups were sold to raise more funds for the
Cathedral. Thank you to Art who steps down as People's Warden and welcome
Brandy as the new Deputy People's warden. We are truly blessed with a caring
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Our Annual Complimentary Christmas Dinner
was held at noon Christmas Day, in the parish hall.
There were 95 guests and over 20 donated their time to the event.
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ODDS 'n ENDS
The Kingsville Legion joined us for church parade Nov 6th
ANNUAL ROAST BEEF DINNER was a terrific success thanks to our
volunteers and hungry customers! We served a record number of takeouts
(almost 80) this year and had a packed house who ate almost everything it
sight. Thank you for your support of the choir music program and their
If you have never heard
RENEW campaign before please take a minute to read the letter you
should have gotten. To date we can thank so many for helping us to reach our
goals and establish a perpetual fund for the parish.