Fall Newsletter is now online

The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Public Affairs and The ENRICH Project are pleased to present Indigenous Perspectives, as part of the ongoing Racism series. Wednesday, November 9, 2016, 7pm

Indigenous Perspectives How and why do the impacts of history persist? How is racism directly or indirectly manifested in our society? What are our obligations to address racism? How do we reconcile divisions created by racism? How do we directly or indirectly reinforce racism?  How is racism holding us back?

Senator Murray Sinclair

Former Chair of the Truth & Reconciliation Commission of Canada


WATCH IT LIVE:WWW.CCEPA.CA To participate in the live chat portion of the event, a Gmail account is recommended for login. Viewers can also ask questions on Twitter @PublicEthicsCA or by sending an email to admin@ccepa.ca

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The Helen M. Watson Fund of the Presbyterian Church of Saint David:  Applications for financial assistance from the Helen M. Watson Fund will be received prior to October 31, 2016. The Helen M. Watson Fund of The Presbyterian Church of Saint David produces income to be used “exclusively for local missionary work in Nova Scotia”. If you have any questions, please contact Mac Fyfe (902) 425-3844,  Mac Mackay- (902) 422-5481 or Johannah Roberts (902) 457-2836. Application Form and Guidelines document, may be obtained from the Watson Fund Page on this web site.

The Session of the Presbyterian Church of St. David has determined to add to its number those called and elected by God and our community of faith up to eight in number. Phyllis Morrison is convener of the nominating committee. The nominating committee of the session, as well as professing members of the congregation, nominate suitable candidates. Nominations from church members must be in writing and made by at least two persons, either separately or together. Please submit names by September 25 to Phyllis. A congregational meeting is called for October 2 immediately following the service of Word and Sacrament  at which time the Nominating Committee will offer a slate of candidates. Anyone wishing to vote and not able to attend worship may ask any elder for a ballot.

Kenn Stright
Minister – Presbyterian Church of Saint David

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2016 Pride Parade — Click to view

Want to deepen your faith?  Why not register for the Ewart Centre’s on line lay education program this fall.  There are two 6 week courses offered.  There are no educational prerequisites.  Reformed Faith and Spirituality by Rev. Dr. Dong Ha Kim September 12 to Oct 24th and Reformed Worship by Rev. Dr. Emily Bisset Oct 31 to Dec 15.  Go to www.knox.utoronto.ca  Study at Knox  Lay education to see course descriptions or speak to your minister

The Canadian Society of Presbyterian History

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2016 Annual Conference


Body, Mind and Soul – Study Guide on Human Sexuality

 A family that prays together derives strength, solace, and inspiration from that act of worship.  A prayer group will gather in the minister’s study at 10 a.m each Sunday.  All are welcome to  join in this special time of fellowship.  If you have any requests for prayers, please pass them along to Rev. Stright or Valerie Macdonald.

The World Council of Churches maintains an Ecumenical Prayer Cycle website.

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  • Lectionary selections are reprinted from Revised Common Lectionary Daily Readings copyright Â© 2005. Consultation on Common Texts, Augsburg Fortress Publishers. Reproduced by permission.
  • Scripture texts are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright Â© 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA. All rights reserved. Used with permission.