An Introduction to Facilitating Labyrinth Experiences
A workshop for those who are interested in being equipped to introduce the labyrinth to others and to lead labyrinth experiences. The labyrinth is a pattern that is found in all areas of the world dating back to ancient times. Its circular shape and winding path has significant application as a metaphor for wholeness and the journey of life. The labyrinth can become a meditative tool and a time of prayer for those who walk it. Join Rev. Robin McGauley on January 29th to explore how the church can offer this spiritual tool to the community. Learn how to introduce the labyrinth to others and gain some tools and resources for facilitating small groups in experiencing this sacred practice.Who? Rev. Robin McGauley, , noted facilitator and maker of Labyrinths. When? Sunday, January 29, 2017Where? Innerkip United Church, 11 Vincent St, InnerkipTime: 12:30 till 2:30 pmBring your lunch in a bag and chat with other participants until our Program begins. Please register by email <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
or phone 519-602-6692.
JAN 29: Regular Worship at both churches. Guest Leader: Rev.Robin
McGauleyFREE Labyrinth Workshop after the service.At IUC FEB 5: Honouring Black History Month ~ Guest Leader Jenilee Halls
Potluck Lunch at IUC after the service. Let’s fill the hall with food and community as we say thanks to Ken Fallowfield for all his selfless work these many years! ! HaPPY RETIREMENT, kEN!
FEB 12: HYMN SING at both churches led by Rev. Marg Murray and Dan VanWinden. Want to sing your favourite hymn? Sign up on the HYMN SING sheet or let Rev. Marg Murray or Dan VanWinden know.
FEB 19: EUC ANNUAL MEETING at 9:15 am. Regular Worship service at IUC at 11 am with Olga McKellar leading the service. Potluck after the service.
FEB 26:IUC ANNUAL MEETING at 11 am. Regular Worship service at EUC at 9:15 am with Olga McKellar leading the service. Potluck after the service.
ANNUAL REPORTS will be available for pickup on February 5, 2017. Please pick yours up to save postage costs. Thanks!
PLEASE BRING YOUR REPORT TO THE ANNUAL MEETING
Friday, Feb 17th 5-7pm
TAKE PART IN A TIME OF ACTIVITIES, WORSHIP,
AND A FREE COMFORT MEAL! WE ARE MAKING OUR OWN SUBS!
LEADERS: NICKY VAN KLAVEREN AND DAN VANWINDENThanks to all our volunteers who make WONDERNITE possible!
The INTERVIEW TEAM looking for our new Minister has been busy developing interview questions for possible candidates. We have had several candidates apply for the position. Interviews are taking place on Feb 2 and 3, 2017. We will forward any updates as they occur.
Sincerely Kathleen Chesney/Dave Schell
SAVE THE DATE! Eastwood United Church HOT HAM SUPPER on Saturday, February 25, 2017. Take-out from 4-5 pm. Sit Down from 5:30-7 pm. Tickets are $15 for adults and $7 for children 5-12 years. Call Wendy 519-424-3147 or
Chris 519-469-3838 for tickets.
FEB 28: UCW Pancake supper from 5-7 pm in the IUC church hall.
Adults $8, children 5-10 $4, under 5 free!
Purchase your tickets at the door.
Thanks to all who participated in the Angel Breakfast. The next opportunity to volunteer is Saturday, January 28 for next Angel Breakfast hosted by Innerkip-Eastwood UC. Come to Dundas Street United between 6:30 – 7 am on Saturday morning. Please bring a hat and an apron
The Bullwinkles Eatery (a partnership of Operation Sharing, the Salvation Army and the Moose Family Centre in Woodstock) runs Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at the centre. The all-you-can eat buffet asks for donations ranging from 50 cents to $7 depending on an individual’s ability to pay. And please remember to give a quarter at the till to the Food for Friends food card program at participating grocery stores and other businesses.
VON Oxford Needs You! We are looking for volunteers to support our community through the following programs: SMART Senior Exercise Classes, Volunteer Visiting, Telephone Safety Program, Blood Pressure Clinics, Community Hospice and Sakura House Hospice. For more information please contact Shushma Gligoric at email@example.com or by telephone at (519) 539-1231 ext 232.
Thank you so much for helping our programs to succeed!
VON exercises take place every Tuesday and Thursday from 11 am – noon in the Innerkip United Church hall. All welcome! No charge!
CAMP TANNER DINNER AUCTION
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4 AT THE EMBRO WEST ZORRA COMMUNITY CENTRE
VIEWING 5:30 PM
DINNER 6:30 PM
TICKETS $20CALL SANDRA 519-475-4833 OR SHEILA 519-349-2768
PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY: Shawls are urgently needed! If you are unable to make a shawl (adult, baby, child), please consider donating yarn to the exchange box in the IUC church hall for someone else to use. Pick up some yarn today or talk to the EUC Crafters.
You’ll want to be there when the Elm Hurst Inn becomes an old time western saloon as “ICS Goes West”. Ingersoll Choral Society’s Dinner Theatre takes place January 27 and 28, with a 1 pm Dessert Matinee on the 28th as well. Dinner tickets are $60/pp; Matinee tickets are $25/pp, available at Patina’s in Ingersoll, by calling Jacalyn at 519-425-0062 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org . Tickets can also be purchased online – www.ingersollchoralsociety.ca . Find us on Facebook.
Star – a Divine Process” is a Christmas Cantata by Canadian composer Rick Gunn. Innerkip-Eastwood United Choir will be presenting this engaging new work with Dan VanWinden, with Janet Robb on the piano, and drums and guitars. Rick Gunn draws upon a variety of musical sources from pop to jazz to classical for a heart-warming musical offering that presents the stories and symbols of Jesus’ birth, as an invitation for us all to experience the richness of God’s love and to fully live.
Sunday, January 8, 11:00 at Innerkip United Church. Come and enjoy.