YONGE STREET MONTHLY MEETING
NEWS SHEET: January 2016
Address: 17030 Yonge Street, Newmarket, ON
MEETING FOR WORSHIP: Sundays at 10:30 AM
All are welcome.
First Day School is available on request during Meeting for Worship every Sunday. Contact Sherita.
Tuesday Daytime Worship Sharing, 1:00 PM The group is reading and discussing “Aging as a Spiritual Practice,” by Lewis Richmond. New participants are invited. Contact Marie.
Mid-Week Meeting: held weekly at 7:30 PM. All are welcome.
January 24: Meeting for Worship with Attention to Business:
In addition to regular items, such as committee nominations, reports from Ministry and Counsel and House and Premises, other items on the agenda include
January 29: Inn from the Cold. Volunteers are invited to participate in meal preparation and serving on Friday afternoon and early evening. Contact Bert if you want to join the team
January 31: Chili Lunch Provided by Susan and Gladys. Friends are invited to share this time for food and fellowship, after Meeting for Worship. Donations will benefit the Accessibility Project.
Congratulations to two new babies and their parents: (grandmothers have photos)
- Foxlo Clark McPhail, born to Amber Clark and Ryan McPhail on Nov. 17
- Brieanne Chwojka Smith, born to Rob Smith and Mel Chwojka on Jan 4
Tuesday, Feb. 2: Newmarket Interfaith Council plans an evening presentation on Islam at St. John’s Chrysostom Catholic Church, 432 Ontario Street, Newmarket. Dan has details.
Sunday, March 6: Sandy has an invitation to the Annual Peace Conference organized by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Women Association, in Vaughan. It is a “women only event.” If you are interested in attending, contact Sandy, who is has two seats in her car for the drive to Vaughan.
Camp NeeKauNis has posted the 2016 schedule at http://www.neekaunis.org/?q=programs
CYM website, www.quaker.ca is in the process of posting the minutes of fall Representative Meeting and the CYM Nominations Package. If you do not yet have a password, there are directions on how to obtain one.
Through the Flaming Sword is one of a number of interesting Quaker resources on the web. Ministry and Counsel recommends https://throughtheflamingsword.wordpress.com. Check out, also, Quaker Speak a weekly video published by Friends Journal on YouTube.
To connect with any of the Friends mentioned, above, contact firstname.lastname@example.org