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Mom! It's almost Mother's Day... LET'S TEA!!

Posted 3/28/2019

Everyone loves tea parties! (Doesn't everyone love tea parties?... maybe no one else loves tea parties... it's okay. I love tea parties!) 

The Women's Retreat Committee and the St. Matthew's Sunday School is hosting a Mother's Day tea to celebrate Mother's Day weekend; here are the best parts about this tea:

    * we are hosting it on a Saturday so that if you have plans with your mom or your daughter or your friend on Sunday (actually Mother's Day), you can DO BOTH!! 

    * It is only $10/ticket! That is ... awesome!

    * We are offering two sittings! You can opt to come from 10am-12noon OR 2-4pm - whichever would work best on your Saturday. 

    * There will be tea, coffee, (and for the little ones)... iced tea. 

    * Your ticket gets you adorable sandwiches, a selection of sweets, strawberries 'n' biscuits, annnnnnd entertainment! (I know! AWESOME, right?! We thought so too!)

Try to act quickly on these tickets. We are capping it to 60 women for each sitting - and we anticipate that they will go quickly. You can get tickets by emailing Angela here

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Music 'n' Holy Week? ... Absolutely!

Posted 3/28/2019

Mark shared the account of the Jesus and his disciples gathering together for a meal and singing hymns before heading to the iconic Garden of Gethsemane; this is important because it was on the way to the garden that Jesus tells Peter that, despite being a disciple and believer, Peter will deny Jesus and his ministry three times before the morning. It is in the garden that Jesus makes a simple request of his followers and best friends: stay awake, pray with me, and help me get through what will be ahead. We know how the story ends... the disciples fall asleep, Peter denies his relation and knowledge of Jesus, and Jesus begins the epic journey with a heavy cross to his own crucifixion. 

We celebrate the Last Supper (Maundy or Holy Thursday)

We celebrate the loneliness and heartbreak of the garden (Tenebrae)

We celebrate the Passion of Christ (Good Friday)

We celebrate the resurrection (Easter Sunday)... 

... so why wouldn't we celebrate the hymns they sung and the company they kept as they left the supper and headed to the garden? Well, that's exactly what I was thinking! 

Please consider joining us for this transition that was centred around music and community!  We will gather in the sanctuary of the church to pray, sing, sing, and then maybe close in prayer.  We will start at 7:00pm on April 17, 2019 (Wednesday) and would wrap up by 8:00pm so it's not too late. 


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