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If not, please encourage those who prepare your weekly bulletin to submit them to PresbyKirk. Items for this page should be sent to the webmaster at bernhardt.r@gmail.com.
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Coming Events in 2019

Friday & Saturday, November 29th. and 30th. Friday, November 29 and Saturday, November 30 - 10 am to noon. St Paul's Presbyterian Church, 70 James Street South, at Jackson Street. Annual Christmas Rummage Sale. Christmas decorations, winter clothes, books...There's a little something for everyone on your list! See POSTER for more details.

Saturday, November 30th. Brant Hills Presbyterian Church is hosting it's Annual Christmas Bake Sale from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Come and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee while you shop for your Christmas baking. We are located at 2138 Brant Street in Burlington and we are wheel chair accessible.

Sunday, December 1, 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Under the leadership of Colleen and Larry Kurtz, the CPC Book Club of Central Presbyterian Church, 265 Charlton Avenue West at Caroline Street South, will meet to review and discuss The Lacuna by Barbara Kingsolver. The Lacuna is a poignant story of a man pulled between two nations as they invent their modern identities. Born in the United States, reared in a series of provisional households in Mexico, Harrison Shepherd finds precarious shelter but no sense of home. Life is whatever he learns from housekeepers who put him to work in the kitchen, errands he runs in the streets, and one fateful day, he discovers a passion for Aztec history. Through darkening years, political winds continue to toss him between north and south in a plot that turns many times on the unspeakable breach—the lacuna—between truth and public presumption. With deeply compelling characters, a vivid sense of place, and a clear grasp of how history and public opinion can shape a life, Barbara Kingsolver has created an unforgettable portrait of the artist—and of art itself. The Lacuna is a rich and daring work of literature, establishing its author as one of the most provocative and important of her time. Everyone is most welcome to join the meeting in the Allan Room at 7 p.m. (enter off Charlton Street) for a captivating review and discussion. For a list of the upcoming CPC Book Club meetings select Book Club Flyer and for a brief synopsis of the books selected for the coming season select Book Club Program.

Sunday to Tuesday, December 1st.-3rd. A Silent Retreat: Begin the season of Advent with quiet time away from Sunday evening until Tuesday morning. Experience deep rest: sleep, read, pray, walk, and eat nourishing food. Hosted by Kristine O'Brien. An opening session will teach you the basics so that even beginners are comfortable. Cost: $260 single room. Register at www.crieffhills.com

Monday through Friday, December 2nd. - 13th. Celebrate the Season with a Christmas Lunch at Crieff Hills Retreat Centre, Monday to Friday at 12:30 from December 2nd to 13th. We welcome individuals, families, church groups and staff parties for a sumptuous buffet in our 1874 schoolhouse. $20 per person. RSVP at programs@crieffhills.com or 1-800-884-1525. Stay afterward for a guided walking tour and learn more about our historic property located just south of Guelph.

Sunday, December 8th. Advent Supper and Lantern Walk at Crieff Hills Retreat Centre. Sunday Dec. 8 at 4pm. $25pp/ $8 children. RSVP at programs@crieffhills.com 1-800-884-1525. See POSTER for details.



Preferred formatting for submissions to the Events Page of PresbyKirk.
The preferred formatting follows the pattern of most of the entries on this page. They open with the day and date, include the identity of the hosting congregation or organization, and then cite the particulars of location, time, event details, cost, registration process, website link, etc. This information can be submitted in a Word document or in the body of an e-mail. Additional supporting documents may include posters, registration forms or brochures. The ideal file format for supporting documents is .pdf but we can work with whatever you supply. Announcements that follow this protocol can be posted almost immediately. If you simply provide .pdf posters etc. then the process of extracting and reformatting the information is substantially more time consuming and may slightly delay the posting of the event.

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