1062 Autumnwood Dr, Winnipeg, MB R2J 1C7  (204) 256-8792

Announcements – Feb. 24, 2019


February 24th – March 2nd

Sunday       10:30 a.m.       Worship and Baptism
                     12:00 noon     Executive Team Meeting

Monday       1:00 p.m.         UCW Unit 5 meeting
                     6:15 p.m.         Sparks & Brownies

Tuesday        1:00 p.m.       Art Group
                       6:30 p.m.       The Call of the Forest

Wednesday   9:30 a.m.       Tot Time
                       6:30 p.m.       Waking Up In the World

Thursday      9:30 a.m.       Morning Study Group
                       7:45 p.m.       Worship Choir practice

Next Sunday 10:00 a.m.     Joyful Noise Practice
                       10:30 a.m.     Worship (Communion)

Won’t you be my neighbour?

Have a yen to jump in a bouncy castle, think about a rainbow on your forehead would look cool, how about throwing a ball and watching the minister get all wet…have we got something for you.
But before anything can happen, we need several volunteers to aid in organizing a neighbourhood family and friends fun day. The day will be happening on a Saturday in August 2019 outside//inside WPUC.
It would be fabulous if you had a little time and a few ideas to make this happen. If you are interested, please leave a message in the office.

 The Annual General Meeting of Windsor Park United Church is scheduled for after worship on Sunday, March 17, 2019. See you there. Annual reports are available on our website. A limited number of paper copies are available at the back of the sanctuary.

Membership and Pastoral Care Council is on coffee time this week!  UCW:  you’re on for next week!

Thursday Morning Study Group has started again! All are welcome to come and join in on the study and discussion. We are watching and discussing APTN’s First Contact.

The next Wednesday Evening Study Group is February 27th @ 6:30 p.m. with the study “Waking Up In The World”. This will be an evening of coffee, conversation and a video presentations to heal our hearts, cultivate courage, and inspire action. If you missed the first night don’t worry, all are welcome anytime.

The World Day of Prayer Service is being held on Friday, March 1st at 1:00 p.m. at St. Bartholomews Anglican Church, 881 Autumnwood Drive. The service this year is written by the women of Slovania

Windsor Park United Church’s Annual Curling Bonspiel is on Sunday, March 3rd  at Fort Garry Curling Club from 2 – 4 in the afternoon with dinner to follow at 5pm here at the church. Cost is $10/curler.  Sign up sheet is in the lobby.


Clare Nesbitt     Deanne Kernaghan       Earl Floyde
Teneal Daley      Keely Pattle           Kathleen Stewart
Matthew Carriere  Owen Wieclawski        Brigid Hilliker
Jo-Anne Znidarsic  Mona Gibbons         Courtney Memryk


Noella and Roland Hoffman                  Carman and Robert Brown

Those who sponsored Sunday bulletins in 2019, to pay the $20.25 per Sunday, write Bulletins 2019 on your offering envelope or cheque memo line! Thank you!

 Last week’s Used Book sale raised $81.75.

 Save Our Seine and Windsor Park United Church proudly present
“Poetic…passionate…Call of the Forest carries its important message with grace.”
Brad Wheeler, Film Reviewer, The Globe and Mail

 Tuesday, February 26, 2019
6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Windsor Park United Church
1062 Autumnwood Drive
Donations gratefully accepted

The Bear Clan needs our help. They are in need of individually wrapped snack items (e.g., granola bars, juice boxes, fruit / pudding cups, apple sauce, etc.) and personal hygiene products (e.g., Kleenex, hand sanitizer, women’s hygiene products, etc.). There is a box marked Bear Clan donations in the narthex.

The Prendergast Seniors Club is hosting Soup and Sandwich on Wednesday, February 27th at the Prendergast Seniors Centre, 906 Cottonwood Road. Cost is $8.00.

West Broadway Community Ministry40th Anniversary.  West Broadway Community Ministry will celebrate its 40th Anniversary with a Gala on Saturday March 23rd at 6:00 at the Viscount Gort Hotel. We will be honouring founders Bishop Eric Bays and Rev. Bill Cross. Speakers panel will feature Rev. Barry  Morris from Longhouse Ministries in B.C., Aileen Urquhart, WBCM Community Minister (1987-1993) and Tessa Blaikie Whitecloud from 1JustCity. Join us for an evening of food, music and conversation. Tickets $100. ($70 tax receipt) To  buy tickets call 204-774-2773.

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