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Coming Events and Activities

Are the important events in your congregation listed below?

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
Please note:
Submissions which observe the formatting instructions provided at the bottom of this page will be given preferential treatment.

Looking Ahead to Events in 2020

Due to Covid-19 most in-person programs hosted by Presbyterian Congregations in the Presbytery of Hamilton have been cancelled.

Sunday, May 3rd. The CPC Book Club meeting scheduled for March 29 has been postponed and moved to May 3 with the hope that the COVID-19 pandemic will be over. Sunday, March 29, 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Under the leadership of Gwynneth Simpson, the CPC Book Club of Central Presbyterian Church, 265 Charlton Avenue West at Caroline Street South, will meet to review and discuss the popular New York Times bestseller book, Educated, A Memoir by Tara Westover. Ms. Westover was born on a remote mountain in Idaho sometime in September of 1986. She was the seventh child of Mormon survivalist parents who subscribed to a paranoid patchwork of beliefs well outside the mandates of their religion. Her father’s distrust of government, education, and doctors meant she didn’t have a birth certificate, medical records, or school records. Encouraged by her brother who left the family home, Tara begins the process of getting education when she entered her first-ever classroom at 17 as a freshman at Brigham Young University. Everyone is most welcome to join the meeting. Enter the church hall off Charlton Street. See the Book Club Program for the next and final CPC Bookclub meeting for the 2019-20 season.

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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