3rd SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST
June 13th, 2021, 10:30 A.M.
9:00 a.m. Worship Service @ Bell Lane, 55 Diana
10:30 a.m. Worship ONLINE AT twitch.tv/sydenhamheritageuc

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The Word comes to life for us this morning from 1 Samuel 8:4-20  and Mark 3:20-35.

Reflection – United we…keep uniting

Sincere sympathy from the Congregation of Sydenham-Heritage United Church is extended to Marjorie Ellwood on the passing of her sister Leona Kezy.

Please join us for coffee after the service.  If you are using the chat window, click on the link there or go to sydenham-heritage.ca, scroll down to the calendar, and click the link for Sunday AUDIO.

If you’ve missed the service, go to our YouTube Channel to watch the recording.

MINISTERS – ALL OF US BY THE GRACE OF GOD
Rev. Dr. Paul Shepherd, Minister
Rev. Wayne Myhre, Minister Emeritus
Rev. Con Estoesta, Minister Emeritus
Trevor Dalton, Music Director
Aileen Johnston, Sunday School Superintendent
Linda Brown, Custodian
Aileen Johnston, Office Coordinator
Audio/Video Techs, Lyle Sylvester, Jim Linington
Organists Bell Lane, Cynthia Advincula, Ruth Sylvester, Pat Dawood


MINUTE FOR MISSION
What Is Camp?
When you first arrive at Pearce Williams Camp in Fingal, Ontario, you immediately encounter a feeling of the sacred.
Walking around the grounds, that feeling transforms into the knowledge that God is up to something amazing here. Pearce Williams is a place where there is room for all to be cradled in God’s love.
At the camp, children gain self-esteem, confidence, independence, and many more life skills that will help them
succeed. Summer camp helps children develop into leaders, thinkers, and doers; it helps them discover who they are away from their everyday lives. Above all else, camp gives children a fun space to grow.
Mission & Service supports United Church camps like Pearce Williams.
If Mission & Service giving is already a regular part of your life, thank you so much! If you have not given, please join me in making Mission & Service giving a regular part of your life of faith. Loving our neighbour is at the heart of our Mission & Service.


DID YOU KNOW…that the Benevolent Fund purchases grocery cards to give to those who are not as fortunate as we are???

DID YOU KNOW…that Rev Paul occasionally uses benevolent funds to help people who have come to the church seeking assistance.

DID YOU KNOW…that donations to the Benevolent Fund can be made at any time, using the special envelopes that are available in the pew racks, or by indicating ‘Benevolent Fund’ on the ‘Other’ line of your regular envelope. Anything you can give to this fund enables us to help those living on the edge of life. Please be generous, the need is great.

Thank you.