NEWS AND UPDATES FROM FUNDY ST. LAWRENCE DAWNING WATERS AND
REGIONAL COUNCIL 15
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Annual Gathering of the United Network for Justice and Peace in Palestine and Israel – September 13-15, 2019 in Ottawa.
Please see the Justice and Peace poster with links to more information and to register for the annual gathering of the United Network for Justice and Peace for Palestine and Israel. There will be excellent speakers, new resources and a chance to share with United Church members and supporters working across the country for justice and peace. We meet September 13-15 in Ottawa.
For those wishing to hear Noura Erakat, dynamic Palestinian-American author and law professor speak on, “Justice for Some: Law and the Question of Palestine” sponsored by CJPME, there is an opportunity pre-event on the evening of September 12th. Please share with others you know who would appreciate this gathering and the encouragement it offers for working for a just peace. For more information in your Region, contact: Linda Scherzinger firstname.lastname@example.org or Jim Wicks email@example.com
Current Licensed Lay Worship Leaders within Region 15
All current Licensed Lay Worship Leaders within Region 15 are asked to make themselves known to Rev. John Moses, the chair of the Licensing Committee by contacting him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do this no later than June 30.
Fellowship & Social – Tuesday, July 16th, 7:00 pm @ St. John’s United, Middleton
St. John’s United (Middleton) is hosting a fellowship and social time on July 16 for the 7 churches in our “cluster”.
At a recent small group meeting at Kingston United came a desire to maintain some contact between our various congregations in our sub-region. From the meeting, came a hope that such events would be a regular occurrence with each of the 7 congregations hosting an food and fellowship evening. perhaps on a monthly or bi-monthly basis. St. John’s volunteered to host the first such event as detailed above. It is expected that each church will send at least 3-5 people to the event. People from Berwick to Digby are specifically invited.