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Joy is our banquet

Joy is our banquet,
And mercy our song.
Every heart is fragranced
By a dazzling, holy love.
Spirits are bathed and bright,
Compassion sings in every voice,
We dance the steps of wisdom and love this life again.
Keri Wehlander

As I prepare to leave for an extended time of holiday, I hope that these spirit-bathed words of Keri Wehlander will go with you wherever life takes you this summer.

Blessings,
Karen Dale, in ministry with Beach United Church




PASTORAL CARE UPDATE
For emergency pastoral care requiring a minister from August 1 – 31 please call Rev. Martha Martin [Kingston Road United Church], direct line 902-440-2687, to leave a message 416-699-6091 or email marthamartin2687@gmail.com

For emergency pastoral care requiring a minister from September 1 – 6 please call 416-575-0013

SUMMER WORSHIP
You are invited to join Kingston Road United Church for worship on Sunday August 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 & September 5th. Please go to the website to connect to the YouTube video – kruc.ca


CHECK OUT EVENTS & WEBSITE LINKS click the blue links to connect

August 1st, Peaceful Solidarity Walk: In Honour of the 215+ Children will be an Indigenous-led walk down St. Clair Ave W, that will begin with folks gathering 10:30AM at the Santa Chiara Parkette (St. Clair West – just east of Dufferin), and at 11AM those in attendance will walk down to Wells Hills Park at St. Clair West – just west of Bathurst. Organized by Germaine Catchpole.
https://www.facebook.com/events/977421769741915

Racial Justice GroupInterested in learning more about racial justice and the actions we can take to counter the devastation which racism has on people’s lives? Join the Racial Justice Group on Thursday August 26th at 7 pm. To receive your Zoom invite please contact Mary Anne Lemm maryanne.alton@sympatico.ca

Blog Post - What is racial justice? Read two quotes; one from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, the other from Jesse Thistle.
Jesse Thistle is the author of “From the Ashes”; #1 internationally bestselling and award-winning memoir about overcoming trauma, prejudice, and addiction. He is a Métis-Cree and writes of his struggles to find a way back to himself and his Indigenous roots.
Here is the link https://beachunitedchurch.com/2021/07/racial-justice

Children & Youth: Interested in attending the “Youth GO Project” for G7-11 from August 16-21, at Eglinton St. Georges United Church? Click for details - https://beachunitedchurch.com/children-and-youth-initiatives

Calling All Jam, Jelly and Pickle Makers!
If you're making preserves this summer, why not set some aside to donate to Beach United's Christmas Market? It takes place in November and we're still planning the details, but we know that homemade jams, jellies, relishes, chutneys and pickles always sell fast.
A few things to keep in mind:
* All preserves must be shelf stable (no fridge pickles or freezer jams).
* We can't store them at the church so please keep them at home for now.
* Have extra canning jars? Or do you need canning jars?
Contact Leigh Bowser (647 449 8332) to make arrangements to drop off or pick up donated empty jars. (Please don't bring them to the church.)

Gardening Group
The group currently meets outside the church at 140 Wineva Avenue on Saturday’s from 9.30 to 10.30 am. Contact Matthew Canaran at mattcanaran@gmail.com.
To learn more CLICK HERE


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