Take Note – Nov. 8

Here is the Take Note for November 8, 2015.

Weekly email October 30

Greetings in the Names of the Risen One, The Visioning Team is pleased to invite you to join them as they share the vision (draft)  for St. Mary’s Road United Church.  The vision will be shared on Sunday, November 1st between 11:45 and 1:30 in the Journey Sanctuary; a light lunch will be served.  The Visioning Team welcomes your feedback and suggestions as they continue to shape the draft into the Vision for SMRUC.  Read more…

Time, Talent (and stuff) Auction!

Courageous Conversations

This is the poster for Deb’s event here at SMRUC. Deb is a student with All Native Circle Conference. She is mother of five, grandmother to twenty-one; a Cree/Saulteaux; and a Christian. On Saturday Morning Oct. 31st, Deb will share her story filled with many hard-aches and pain, but also joy and hope. Like our Read more…

The Link October 2015

Click here for the October Link

Fly and Camel

The Fly and Camel Café proudly presents… … the return of Collage-à-trois Sunday, Nov. 1st @ 2:30 pm, in the Journey Space $15 ($5 students and low income) free child care available all proceeds to Justine’s Orphan Fund   It’s been almost three years since collage-à-trois last graced the stage of the Fly and Camel Read more…

Feast for Friends

Swing Dance and Dessert Party

Postponed! The Swing Dance has been postponed until some time in the new year.  

Take Note – Sept. 27/15

Here is the Take Note for September 27, 2015.

Weekly email Sept 25

Greetings in the Name of the Risen One, Membership and Confirmation classes start this week after worship. It’s a brown-bag lunch gathering from about 11:45-12:30. They will run until the middle of November. They are for anyone aged 12 and up wanting to explore questions of faith and their place in the church. This week Rainbow Worship at St. Mary’s Road United Read more…

CGIT

CGIT starts on Tuesday, September 22nd!  We meet every second Tuesday from 7:30-9:00pm.  All girls ages 12-17 are welcome!

September Movie Night Cancelled

Weekly email Sept 18 2015

Greetings in the Name of the Risen One, There is an electricity in the air right now. I can feel it. Something is happening. It’s more than the opening of the Jets training camp; more than school starting; more than church resuming its activities; more than election season. I’m sure that’s all part of it. Read more…

Take Note – Sept.20

Here is the Take Note for September 20th, 2015.

Looking for Musical Youth!

If you are a youth in grade 6 or older, we would like you to come check out the youth band to see if it could be a good fit for you.  It is ever changing as the wishes and needs of the group changes, so you might have the perfect expertise to offer or Read more…

Announcement about refugee funding this Thursday

“Hello Everyone, I hope you all had a great summer. I’m happy to say that the Province is planning to do more to help Syrian refugees. Please come to an exciting announcement this Thursday, September 17 @ 12 noon at Central Park to hear how our government will further support Syrian refugees both locally and Read more…

Save Our Seine Event

Save Our Seine is pleased to invite you to the unveiling of the Niakwa Trail Rain Garden at the northeast corner of St. Anne’s Road and Fermor Avenue. The event will take place at 12:30 on Wednesday, September 16th (see attached poster) The Rain Garden is a special legacy project that SOS has been working Read more…

Take Note – Sept. 13

Here is the Take Note for September 13/15.

Weeky Email Sept 11

Greetings in the Name of the Risen One, With so much going on in our lives and in the world, it can be nice to just take a deep breath in and enjoy an autumn walk. Trees are towering witnesses to the happenings around them; let’s get out there to hear their rustling leaves songs before they’re silent until spring. I hope Read more…

The Link – Sept.

Here is our monthly news booklet, The Link, for the month of September, 2015.

Weekly Email – Sept. 6

Greetings in the Name of the Risen One,   It’s on days like this that I lean into that promise: “the risen one.” How do we have hope and joy when images of Alan Kurdi slice through our hearts? “How long, to sing this song?” (Psalm 40) The gospel does not leave us only with Read more…

CGIT

Canadian Girls In Training will be starting up again soon (stay tuned for the exact date). CGIT is a group for girls ages 12-17. In our crazy busy world, some times you just need a little girl time. All those who identify as female are welcome. We meet every second Tuesday from 7:30-9:00pm. E-mail smruc@cgitmanitoba.ca Read more…

Theology on Tap

Theology on Tap this month will revolve around (or at least start) with discussions of joy. To get the ball rolling, I strongly encourage you to read this interview with American cultural icon and comedian, Stephan Colbert (caution– some language): www.gq.com/story/stephen-colbert-gq-cover-story Hope to see you, Thursday 7 pm, at Big Guy’s.

Fly and Camel Café – Oct. 4

Forever 29

Forever 29 Ladies Group

Weekly E-mail – Aug.30

Sisters and Brothers in Christ, Greetings in the Name of the Risen One!   “Where can I go from your Spirit? Where can I flee from your presence? … If I rise on the wings of the dawn, if I settle on the far side of the sea, even there your hand will guide me, your Read more…

Stephen Colbert article Phil mentioned on Wed.

The Stephen Colbert article Phil mentioned on Wed.

Movie Night Sept 2015

Movie Night Sept 2015

Movie Night is returning

Sunday School – September 2015

Sunday School Worship – Godly Play Stories for September   September 13 – The Circle of the Church Year The three great times of the Church year: Christmas, Easter and Pentecost. Are introduced. There are colours that represent each time of the year, including green for the season of Creation that we are currently in. Wondering… Read more…

St. Mary’s Road facebook feed

SMRUC Emergency Food Box

Did you know that SMRUC has an emergency food box located in the Junction space? It is for use by those people who might walk in needing an emergency supply of food prior to the regular Food Bank day. It is sorted and some may be sent to West Broadway as well. Sometimes our box gets very low on supplies. Please bring non-perishable food whenever you can to keep it full. [ Items like tuna, soup, beans, peanut butter etc. ]

"I love that there are so many ways for my kids to be involved at SMRUC!"

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