This English-language day camp is for kids of today and leaders of tomorrow – kind, mindful, collaborative, creative and confident. Through arts, song, storytelling and games your child will enjoy being a child, while learning important life skills. Our experienced counsellors will show your child to take safe chances, to find their voice, to fall and get back up, to lead, to follow and to share.
Each week has a separate theme – ranging from community and family to culture and the natural world. Whether your child joins us for one week or the full summer, the journey will be one of growth. The location is quiet and beautiful, under massive trees in Aylmer’s old village. Trips to the beach are part of the adventure. We will prepare and share healthy foods together. Plus, each end-of-day Friday is open to parents to join some interactive fun.
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper!
Tuesday, March 5
4:30 - 6:30 pm in the Upper Hall
$10 for Adults, children free!
Supper includes pancakes, sausages and fruit.
LIFE & TIMES MEN'S DISCUSSION GROUP started up again in January and will meet on the 3rd Monday of every month, 7:00-8:30 pm in the Hall (downstairs office). All men are welcome! For more information, contact Brian Burge, email@example.com.
Sunday, February 24
All parishioners are asked to please plan to attend the Annual VESTRY MEETING and Potluck Lunch after the 10:00 am service.
Soup will be provided.
Feel free to bring something to share: bread, cheese, fruit, a dessert . .
The Vestry meeting will start at 11:45 am.
Be sure to attend this important meeting! You may view the vestry package here.
BOOK STUDY meets next on Thursday, February 21st, 7:00 - 8:30 pm in the church office, lower level Hall. We will be discussing Chapters 19-22 of our current book, Lies We Believe About God, by William Paul Young. All are welcome to join us for great company and discussion.
Contact: Stephen Picard,
UKURISTICS ~ Awesome news! Mary Ellen and David have given our ukulele band the green light to play the last song in the family service on the last Sunday of the month. We hope you will consider joining us. No experience necessary -- just a ukulele and willingness to learn. Contact Moe at (613) 862-5845.
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