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    519 534 2711 Interim Moderator Rev Alan Barr Worship Service Sunday 10 30 am Parking On the streets near the Church Piano Supply Elaine White Recording Secretary Holly Hathaway Church Office Wednesday 9 30 am 4 30 pm Proudly serving

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  • Sermon
    15 am and Worship Service 10 30 am You can type in the very top line ONLY And you have a total of 627 PIXELS in which to work so

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  • St Paul's Presbyterian Church
    2T0 519 534 2711 Interim Moderator Rev Alan Barr Worship Service Sunday 10 30 am Parking On the streets near the Church Piano Supply Elaine White Recording Secretary Holly Hathaway Church Office Wednesday 9 30 am 4 30 pm Proudly

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  • Greeting
    use during our worship services The last Sunday of every month is FOOD BANK SUNDAY Please bring a non perishable donation The congregation of St Paul s welcomes the Rev Susan Smith to her ministry here at St Paul s Wiarton She was inducted into her position at St Paul s by the Presbytery of Grey Bruce Maitland on Sunday July 29 2012 Rev Smith is in her office at

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  • About Us
    Hall after the service Minister Rev Susan Smith minister stpaulswiarton ca Organist Mary Butchart Clerk of Session Bea Ewing Church Treasurers Linda Wray Lamont Church Secretary Susan Allen Church Office Hours Wednesday 9 30 a m 4 30 p m Telephone Answering Service is on when office is closed The Kirk Session is the ruling body of the local church it is comprised of Elders elected by the congregation and is responsible for all matters pertaining to the church and its people Bible Study Bible Study is open to anyone interested in lively discussion concerning the study St Paul s is supported by the regular givings of its congregation We provide envelopes and or monthly pre arranged remittance PAR can be arranged COMMITTEES GROUPS Board of Managers The Board is elected by the congregation to manages property finances and personnel relations Choir New members always welcome Flowers Decorations Committee A sub committee of Session it arranges for flowers to be placed In the Sanctuary and seasonal decorating Narthex Committee A sub committee of Session responsible for maintaining and ensuring the Narthex is tidy uncluttered and welcoming Pastoral Relations Committee A sub committee of Session responsible for dealing with the care

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  • Our History
    Wiarton Echo referred to as the United Church This union produced our present church building the cornerstone of which was laid October 1st 1891 By 1898 a group of dedicated ladies formed a group called Pastor s Aid It was later renamed the Busy Bees They promoted and helped raise funds for mortgage payments the congregation s share of the cost of the pipe organ This organ installed 1906 has been recognized with historic organ citations from both the Royal Canadian College of organists and the U S Organ Historical Society see OHS St Paul s as well as many necessities and niceties for the new church along with attending to providing care concern and good works within the church and the community Later the group s name was changed to Ladies Aid Today their work continues under the name Service Club Information regarding worship is unfortunately sparse in the Church records A few details are noted however Communion Services were held four times annually with a Preparation Service the Thursday evening prior to Communion and a Service of Thanksgiving on the Monday afterward By 1917 the Preparatory Service had been moved to Friday and the Thanksgiving on Monday dropped A common glass was shared at the Sacrament until some time after 1911 when individual glasses became popular In 1911 the issue of Church Union with the Methodists first arose A vote was taken in February of 1912 and union approved by a majority of more than two to one The question was raised again in 1915 but this time was defeated by fourteen votes At the final vote in 1924 union was again rejected and so St Paul s remained on the Presbyterian side of the 1925 division The longest serving minister at St Paul s was the Rev

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  • Epistle
    THIS WEEK AT A GLANCE

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  • Event Details
    and new mothers run by the M Wikwedong Native Resource Centre Mary Lynn Houston Leask 519 377 4931 Wednesday Choir Practice 2 30 p m except for Fourth Wednesday then 3 00 p m Mary Butchart 519 534 1464 First Wednesday Worship Celebration Committee 2 p m Church Office 519 534 2711 Second Wednesday Board 7 p m Bonnie Jacob 519 534 0608 Fourth Wednesday Session 1 p m Bea

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