Great Things Happen Here!!
January 2020 issue of the newsletter is available in the narthex and
beside the church office. If you wish to receive the
newsletter by email, please contact the church office. Many
thanks to Liz for her work as editor.
meeting (AGM) will take place on Sunday February
23rd at noon. This is a time when we
celebrate the ministries and mission opportunities that are
made possible through the faithful stewardship of the
members of our church. Your presence is valued.
of the key practices that helps nurture the soul is
meditation. With practice and desire, meditation can help us
live more fully in the present where God's loving presence
can be known and experienced. Every Wednesday in
February, Paul will facilitate a guided 20 minute meditation
utilizing scripture, the breath, and periods of silence.
Afterward, there will be time to debrief and to share
conversation over tea. This will take place in the library
on Wednesdays at
Journeying Through Lent Together
Lent 2020, Presbyterians across the country are invited to
join a denomination-wide book study on N.T. Wright’s Lent
for Everyone, Matthew, Year A. It takes place 6 consecutive
Wednesdays at 1:00pm from February 26 – April 1.
are $20 each. Please contact the church office if you are
interesting in participating.
Chorus will present the gospel message through the
singing of the Psalms, traditional gospel songs, and other
music portraying our Christian faith at Leaside Presbyterian
Church on Sunday,
February 23, 2020 at
special offering will also be received in support of our
assistance program – providing help and hospitality to
people who are socially isolated the third Wednesday each
require middle initials on tax receipts. If you donated
to Leaside PC in 2019, please email updated information to
the church office, including your middle initial.
some fellow Leaside members in a Chair
Yoga class held in the Glebe Parlour, Fridays
from 10-11am. This class is taught by Sue Lynn Chong of
Mindful Mobility Yoga. Classes are $15 drop in and the
proceeds go directly to Leaside.