St. Barnabas Church annual Rummage Sale will be on Friday April 28th; 4 pm - 8 pm & Saturday April 29th, 9 am - 1 pm. Please tell your family, friends and neighbors about this upcoming event! We will accept, in good condition, household and kitchen items, jewellery, silver and china, toys and linens, gently used clothing and books. Starting now until the day of the sale, items can be deposited at the church at 95 Lorne Avenue, St. Lambert. The church is open tomorrow, Sunday 8am - noon and Tue-Fri 9am - 1pm. We will pick up items also; for larger items, we ask that you call Wendy at 450 672-5560. (April 24th to 27th). The volunteers of St. Barnabas Church thank you for your generosity.
La grande vente annuelle se tiendra le 28 avril, 16h à 20h et le 29 avril, 9h à 13h à l’église St-Barnabas à Saint-Lambert. Dites à votre famille, vos amis et vos voisins! Nous recherchons les articles suivants pour notre vente d’objets usages: quincaillerie, meubles, vaisselles et accessoires pour la cuisine, bijoux, vêtements pour toute la famille, linge de maison, jouets et livres. Vous pouvez déposer vos dons au 95 avenue Lorne, St-Lambert demain le dimanche entre 8h-midi et du mardi au vendredi entre 9h et 13h, ou téléphonez dès possible à Wendy au 450-672-5560 pour une cueillette à votre domicile (du 24 au 27 avril). Les bénévoles de la paroisse de St-Barnabas vous remercient de votre générosité.
Men's Christmas Eve Choir at St. Barnabas
It is that time of the year again – shopping, singing, family, busy, busy, busy. Here’s hoping that you will be available to once again join friends & family at St. Barnabas on Christmas Eve, to form the men’s choir for the 4pm service.
For more details, click here. It the same schedule as usual:
Sunday, December 18 – short rehearsal after the morning service in the Church (around noon)
Saturday, December 24 – service at 4pm, rehearsal around 3:15pm in Dart Hall choir room
Maybe you sing with us every year. Maybe you haven’t come for many years. Maybe you have never sung with us. Or maybe you can’t make it but you know someone who can. It doesn’t matter. Come one, come all, and the more the merrier. Please feel free to share this invitation.
If you can, please RSVP so that we can be sure to have the right number of copies and chairs!
And don’t forget about our traditional “We Wish You a Merry Christmas”
Fall Bake Sale, Tea and Book Sale
A big thank you to all the people who helped make the sale a success.
The total made was $1,173.70 from the sale of
Books: $357.00, Tea: $152.00, Raffle: $52.00, Bake Table: $612.70
As the Anglican Diocese of Montreal seeks to respond to the call of Christ over the next five years. We offer you a chance to both learn about the ministry that has happened, in addition to taking part in our online consultation process, which will define our mission and ministry from 2015-2020.
The attached report takes the format of identifying Goals & Outcomes 2010-2015, while outlining potential Goals towards our '2020 Vision plan.
We would invite you to participate in the formation of our our new strategic plan '2020 Vision'. Please take a moment to complete the online survey (it should only take a few minutes), indicating which ministries are of value to you. Please note the ministries listed are not exhaustive and we invite you too add others. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/anglicandioceseofmontreal The online survey will remain open until 5pm Friday 10th April.
In the interest of hearing from both inside and outside our churches please feel free to distribute this survey.
For those without internet connections we would hope that you might print the survey questions, distribute them, and ask said respondents to either post their comments or call the Synod office with their answers 9.00am-4.30pm Monday-Friday.
Thank-you so much for your contribution.
Diocesan Missioner / Missionnaire du Diocese 1444 Union, Montréal, QC H3A 2B8.
t: 514.843.6577, # 242
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Youth Band Leader: Elizabeth Huyer
Elizabeth was born and raised in Toronto. She was a member of the Christian Reformed Church, which nurtured her love of music. She was part of the worship team from age 10 - 18, either playing flute or singing. She says, 'I loved the feeling of being involved in the life of my church and made many good friends (we still keep in touch and play music together when we can)." Being involved in the worship team clearly influenced her decision to continue studying music, although science was a close second choice, and so she moved to Montreal to study at McGill, graduating a few years ago. Since then, she has been teaching band at both elementary and high schools in Montreal. She is now also sharing her love of music with the St. Barnabas Youth Band and hoping to put together a complete Youth Band Service for St. Barnabas.