Announcements for December 6 to 16

December 6, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Development and Peace-Caritas Canada is still running the special collection for the 600,000 Rohingya refugees forced to flee Myanmar (formerly Burma). Parishioners who wish to contribute to this much-needed fund can donate at your parish any time between now and December 17. For cheques made out to your parish, please memo as “Rohingya Refugee Fund” and add your parish envelope number. For more information: https://www.devp.org

 

 

Charlottetown Legion Choir presents Vivaldi’s Gloria and songs from Christmas past, in Charlottetown on Tuesday, December 12th at Trinity United Church, Richmond St. and in Kensington on Saturday December 16th at Kensington United Church. Both concerts are at 7:00pm. Reception and Refreshments to follow. Tickets are $10.00; $8.00 for Veterans and Students. Everyone is welcome.

 

The Martha Spirituality Centre Presents:

Service of Light

  • Annual Advent Service of Light on Tuesday, Dec. 12 at 7 pm. All welcome. Donations accepted for the Upper Room. For all information contact (902-367-3103 or srgemma@eastlink.ca)

 

Thank you from the Priests’ Benevolent Fund A sincere thank you to all those who make contributions to the Priest’s Benevolent Fund pledge campaign. If you require a tax receipt for 2017 contributions, cheques must be dated by Dec 31, 2017. Questions please contact Mary Roche at (902) 892-5510.

 

 

 

 

 

All Life

 

 

The PEI Right to Life Association is having a CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE EVENT! In appreciation of the many volunteers and supporters of PEI Right to Life and our efforts to uphold and promote the inherent dignity of each and every human person from conception to natural death we invite all to attend. Please come and join us on Thursday, December 14, from 2-5pm at our office 209 A Queen Street, Charlottetown. For more information: 902-894-5473.

 

 

2017 Holy Redeemer Candlelight Carol Service will be presented on Sunday, December 17th at 7:30 PM in the church on Pond Street. The Carol Service will be as it was in the past with readings, choir selections, group singing, solos, and congregational singing with the choir. The service will include a small orchestra of 10-12 excellent musicians from the Music Department of UPEI and some musicians from the community. The choir and orchestra will be conducted by Travis Boudreau again this year. Come one, come all, and join in this wonderful way to prepare for Christmas.