• Fall Worship 
    Sunday, Oct 8th – Thanksgiving Sunday
    SUNDAY, Oct 15th – World Food Sunday –Collection to be made for the Gloucester Food Cupboard.​​ 
  • FRIDAY, Sept 29th AT 1:30 — BEACON HEIGHTS SERVICE —REV MIKE WILL BE AT BEACON HEIGHTS FOR A SERVICE WITH THE RESIDENTS.
  • Men’s Breakfast ( Third Thursday of the month). The breakfast will be at Delicious Steak House, ( 2080 St. Joseph Blvd.)  on Thursday, October 19 at a new start time of 8:30 a.m. to take advantage of the breakfast special prices.  Please contact Keith McCambley if you have any questions. All men welcome. 
  • PIES FOR SALE – Pumpkin pies are available today and will be available next Sunday. Also available while quantities last : chicken, blueberry, raisin and rhubarb/strawberry. ( 9inch - $12.00/ 5 inch - $5.00) Contacts: Gay Elliott and Gloria Peddie
  • Apple Pie Making -- We will be making pies for the church bazaar on Wednesday, October 18th at 9:00 a.m. All women and men, please come to help. For more information, please call Gloria Peddie at 613-837-4336. 
  • Save the date Our Christmas Bazaar will be on Saturday, November 18th. More details to follow. 
  • After 16 years of managing the Observer subscriptions, Eva Jarman is resigning from this job and Christine Bowes is now looking after it. Thank you Christine! The benefits of having a church subscription is that all subscribers get a reduced rate. Please see Christine for more information. 

  • More Rothwell information  is available  here


 

Rothwell United Church

World Food Sunday - Oct 15th. Here is a list from the Gloucester Emergency Food Cupboard of items they need the most:

  • Canned fruit (preferably no sugar added)

  • Cereal (boxes of cold cereal and bags of oatmeal)

  • Healthy school snacks (small containers of fruit, applesauce, crackers, nut free granola bars) and real fruit juice boxes

  • Canned meats (tuna, chicken, ham)

  • Cooking oil

  • Canned and dried beans​, Pasta, PASTA SAUCE

  • Canned vegetables

  • Peanut butter

  • Flour, Sugar, Rice

  • Large format laundry detergent (powder or liquid)

  • Personal hygiene products (toothpaste, soap, shampoo, toilet paper, tampons, pads)

  • Baby food and diapers (especially size 5 and 6)

  • Bags of potatoes, onions, carrots, apples and oranges

We also have an ongoing use for:

  • round, empty margarine and yogurt containers with matching lids

  • 2 litre ice cream and margarine containers with matching lids

  • smaller glass jars up to 750 ml size·empty egg cartons (1 dozen and 1/2 dozen sizes)

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EVERYONE IS WELCOME for the Sunday service, Church School and lots of other activities.

Rev. Mike Perreault

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