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Worship Assistants are needed before the Summer break. Please see the sign-up sheet posted. Thank You.​


Volunteers: We are looking for volunteers to help set up, sell and then take down. Pick the time that works best for you. Sign-up sheets in the fellowship hall   Sign up for two hours on either Friday or Saturday.

The Board of Trustees will meet on June 4th, at 7:00 p.m. in the choir room


Summer Fashion Show.  Sun, June 2, 1:30 pm, Emmanuel United Church, Ottawa. On site Pop-Up Shop. Fashions and Accessories. Door prizes. Amazing desserts. Fashions by Judy Joannou Designs Tickets $20. For more information 613-733-0437. www.emmanuelunited.ca

Fish Fry Two sittings. Entertainment provided by Fumblin' Fingers. Beer & Wine.
Sat May 25, 5:00 p.m and 6:00 p.m. Woodroffe United Church, Ottawa.  Tickets $20, can be purchased on Paypal (woodroffeunited.org), at church during week, or at door. 

Knitting Pilgrim featuring the Stitched Glass Tapestries  Thursday, May 23rd  we are hosting Kirk Dunn. 
Kirk h
as spent the last 15 years of his life knitting what appear to be stained glass windows.  The windows depict the commonalities and the conflicts of the Abrahamic faiths.  The evening, which begins at 7:00 pm, is a one-man play followed by a 'talkback' about Kirk's artistic and spiritual journey.  Kirk went to England for a time to work as an apprentice for renowned knitter and designer Kaffe Fassett! . Tickets $20 available at the door. Trinity Presbyterian Church, 1817 Richardson Side Road, Carp


Thank You for your Easter food donations from the Gloucester Food Cupboard (GEFC)Their food supply was starting to wane so your donations were so appreciated.  Most needed Items:

  1. Canned fruit, tomatoes/tomato sauce, canned fish and soup
  2. Apple sauce, fresh apples, bananas or oranges
  3. Healthy kids snacks ( fruit cups, granola bars, juice boxes)
  4. Toothpaste, shampoo, diapers, dish and laundry soap

     

Rothwell United Church


Don’t forget to pack the books you have read, there will be lots of new-to-you ones on the book table. No clothes or furniture please.
The Plant Sale will have lots of new varieties. Seedlings are now being hardened outside in the nice weather and the perennial flowers divided because you will then have space for a new and exciting plant(s) in your garden. Indoor house plants would also be welcomed.
Don’t worry about cooking. The Pie Ladies have all kinds of impressive treats for you to bring home.  
Plant donations would be most welcome and can be dropped off at the church Friday, May 24 from 9:00 to 7:00. Please tell us what they are! Contact Evelyn Budd at 613-824-9707.
Yard sale items in good condition you want to donate? (NO clothing or furniture, please.) Donations can be dropped off at the church on  Sunday mornings, May 21 – 23 from 9:00 to 1:00 pm  and May 24 9:00 to 7:00. Contact Judith Kotila at 613-745-5516. 


Volunteers: We are looking for volunteers to help set up, sell and then take down. Pick the time that works best for you. Sign-up sheets in the fellowship hall   Sign up for two hours on either Friday or Saturday.


Rothwell Plant and Yard Sale

May 25 8 am to 12 noon
Time to finish up your spring cleaning indoors and pack anything you “don’t love” in a box for the Rothwell Yard Sale. 

Come and join us!

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Rothwell is Wheelchair accessible and has resources for people with hearing difficulties. 

Rev. Mike Perreault

Sunday services at 10:30 am

Celebrating God, Faith and community