Bulletin Announcements


Bulletin Announcements June 23, 2019:

Lakeview United Church

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  The spots for June 30 onward are still empty.  Many thanks for this week’s coffee hosts: Marg D and Heather M  

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

 

Sabbatical Sundays: Check out Rev. Jope’s Sabbatical missive on the Pastoral Letters website page while he is away.

Sunday June 23 AGM: Please plan to attend our Annual General Meeting following the regular Sunday Service. 

Sunday June 23 from 1 to 4:00pm Garden Tour: A tour of some of our local gardens (alternate date in case of bad weather is Sunday, June 30th).  It is an opportunity for fellow plant enthusiasts to get together and see what grows where.  If you have any questions, please email or phone Judy Klassen (klasj@telus.net, 403-249-7006).

Thursday June 27 at 3:00pm: South Calgary Communication Cluster Meeting Held at Red Deer Lake United Church, 96187 AB-22X, Foothills No. 31.  Learn about new online tools that help us communicate effectively with internal and external audiences.  Please RSVP by June 24 at 403-256-3181

Staywell Manor Worship: Please join us in our monthly worship in Staywell Manor at Garrison Woods (174 Ypres Green SW) on Tuesday, June 25th at 11:00 am.

Starting July 2 till August 30 Pedalheads is back at Lakeview United Church

Wider Church

Robert McClure Farmers Market: Fridays 3-7pm June 14 to Sept 27 Summer Music Concert Series. For more info please contact @mcclurefarmers.market or visit www.robertmcclurechurch.org.

Knox Presbyterian Church is looking for Community Engagement Specialist. We seek someone who is successful and passionate about Community Engagement.  The position is for 10 hours/week and is an initial 9 month contract beginning in Sept with possibility of renewal.  If interested please download the Position Description from our website www.knoxcalgary.ca or email the office (office@knoxcalgary.ca).  Deadline to apply: June 21.

  

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 (on sabbatical)

Pulpit Supply: Rev. Kelley Warner

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Summer Student, Community Engagement: Avery McLellan

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 akeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 (on sabbatical)

Pulpit Supply: Rev. Kelley Warner

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Summer Student, Community Engagement: Avery McLellan

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca

 

 


Bulletin Announcements June 16, 2019:

Lakeview United Church

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  The spots for June 30 onward are still empty.  Many thanks for this week’s coffee hosts: Jeanne B and Shirley R.

Sundae Sunday: Thank you for Lorna for organizing and George Z and Greg C for scooping at Sundae Sunday.

Neighbour Day: the activities were enthusiastically spearheaded by Janet and Avery.  A huge thank you to all volunteers.  It was a great success with face painting, petting zoo and barbeque.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Sabbatical Sundae: Check out Rev. Jope’s Sabbatical missive on the Pastoral Letters website page while he is away

Monday June 17 from 9:00 to 11:00 am: Healing Touch, (suggested donation $20) Held in the Choir Room.  For more info and to book an appointment, please contact Bonnie at 403-249-4080 or bonniecb@hotmail.com

Sunday June 23 AGM: Please plan to attend our Annual General Meeting following the regular Sunday Service.  Will Church Committees please forward their respective annual reports to our Office Administrator as soon as possible for inclusion in the final 2019 AGM Report.

Sunday June 23 from 1 to 4:00pm Garden Tour: A tour of some of our local gardens (alternate date in case of bad weather is Sunday, June 30th).  It is an opportunity for fellow plant enthusiasts to get together and see what grows where.  If you have a garden you would like to share or have any questions, please email or phone Judy Klassen (klasj@telus.net, 403-249-7006). Please add your name to the sign-up sheet on the Narthex table.

Wider Church

Knox Presbyterian Church is looking for Community Engagement Specialist. We seek someone who is successful and passionate about Community Engagement.  The position is for 10 hours/week and is an initial 9 month contract beginning in Sept with possibility of renewal.  If interested please download the Position Description from our website www.knoxcalgary.ca or email the office (office@knoxcalgary.ca).  Deadline to apply: June 21.

Lakeview Community Preschool:  Registration for Fall 2019 Spots available for afternoon and morning classes.  Please contact registrar@lakeviewcommunity.org or 403-240-2914 or visit www.lakeviewcommunity.org

4 Seasons Transportation Driver wanted: We are an organization which specializes in providing safe, secure and reliable transportation services to children with disabilities and complex learning needs. We are looking to hire bus drivers for the upcoming school year (September 2019).  For more info, please call Kim 604-910-6674 or email (kim@4seasonstransport.com) or apply@4seasonstransport.com

Canadian Moms Embracing Diversity is a safe space for mothers of LGBTQ kids (of any age) to find: support as we navigate the, sometimes confusing, arena of LGBTQ issues and community; solidarity with other Canadian moms experiencing similar joys and concerns; safety in a closed group where only members see your posts and no one shares outside the group. Search for us on Facebook and request to join, if you are interested.

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 (on sabbatical)

Pulpit Supply: Rev. Kelley Warner

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Summer Student, Community Engagement: Avery McLellan

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca

 


Bulletin Announcements June 9, 2019:

Lakeview United Church

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  The spots for June 23 onward are still empty.  Many thanks for this week’s coffee hosts: George Z. and Greg C.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Father’s Day Service:  Please send photos of your fathers to lakeviewuc@telus.net or bring hard copy to the office (we will return it to you).

Monday June 10 at 7pm: Long Range Planning Meeting Our yearly calendar planning will be held in the Fellowship Hall. This is the time to discuss and plan what is in store for us in the next Church year. (July 2019- July 2020). All are welcome!!

Saturday June 15 from 10:00 to noon: Neighbour Day at LUC, free admission BBQ hot dog, games, petting zoo (11:00 to noon) in the Church parking lot. Come meet your neighbour!!  Thank you for those who have signed up to volunteer but we still need a few more if you are available.  Please see Avery or email lakeviewstudent@telus.net 

Sunday June 23 from 1 to 4:00 pm Garden Tour: A tour of some of our local gardens (alternate date in case of bad weather is Sunday, June 30th).  It is an opportunity for fellow plant enthusiasts to get together and see what grows where.  If you have a garden you would like to share or have any questions, please email or phone Judy Klassen (klasj@telus.net, 403-249-7006). If interested, Please add your name to the sign-up sheet on the Narthex table.

Wider Church

Knox Presbyterian Church is looking for Community Engagement Specialist. We seek someone who is successful and passionate about Community Engagement.  The position is for 10 hours/week and is an initial 9 month contract beginning in Sept with possibility of renewal.  If interested please download the Position Description from our website www.knoxcalgary.ca or email the office (office@knoxcalgary.ca).  Deadline to apply: June 21.

Lakeview Community Preschool:  Registration for Fall 2019 Spots available for afternoon and morning classes.  Please contact registrar@lakeviewcommunity.org or 403-240-2914 or visit www.lakeviewcommunity.org

Monday June 10 at 7 pm: Understanding the Doctrine of Discovery, all are welcome What is it? How to repudiate it? Knox Presbyterian Church, 3704 37th Street SW (403-242-1808)

Saturday June 15 at 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm: Live Matching & Games Night for Christian Single, $20 Southwood United Church, 10690 Elbow Drive SW Southwood Church is excited to present a brand new, fun and modern way for singles to meet and mingle without the pressure and awkwardness of single events. RSVP by Monday, June 10 at www.southwoodchurch.ca/srsvp.  Please see brochure on the bulletin board.

4 Seasons Transportation Driver wanted: We are an organization which specializes in providing safe, secure and reliable transportation services to children with disabilities and complex learning needs. We are looking to hire bus drivers for the upcoming school year (September 2019).  For more info, please call Kim 604-910-6674 or email (kim@4seasonstransport.com) or apply@4seasonstransport.com.

 Canadian Moms Embracing Diversity is a safe space for mothers of LGBTQ kids (of any age) to find: support as we navigate the, sometimes confusing, arena of LGBTQ issues and community; solidarity with other Canadian moms experiencing similar joys and concerns; safety in a closed group where only members see your posts and no one shares outside the group. Search for us on Facebook and request to join, if you are interested.

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 (on sabbatical)

Pulpit Supply: Rev. Kelley Warner

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Summer Student, Community Engagement: Avery McLellan

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca


Bulletin Announcements June 2, 2019:

Lakeview United Church

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  The spots for June 23 onward are still empty.  Many thanks for this week’s coffee hosts: Heather D, Meta L and Heather M.

 

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

The first Annual Gathering of the Chinook Winds Region to take place  June 7-8, 2019 at McKillop United Church in Lethbridge, with the theme, Born of Wind and Spirit. Those to attend are Lay Regional Representatives who have been elected by their Community of Faith and Ministry Personnel.

Calling all photojournalists:  We are looking for current event and people photos to update our Lakeview United Church’s Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook platforms. You don’t have to be IT savvy! Send your digital photos and captions via email to our Office Administrator and she will upload them for all to enjoy.

Counter Volunteers: to assist with counting the collection each Sunday. If you are willing to help, please contact Ted Prince (prince.ta@shaw.ca ; 403-246-3106).  For your convenience you can also sign up online once you register on the Sign-Up Genius website.  Thank you.

Looking for Scripture Readers and Communion Servers: If you are willing to help, please contact Heather (mayers_heatherj@yahoo.ca or 403-249-3714).  For your convenience, you can also sign up online once you register on the Sign-Up Genius website. Thank you.

Father’s Day Service:  Please send photos of your fathers to lakeviewuc@telus.net or bring hard copy to the office (we will return it to you).

Monday June 3 from 9:00 to 11:30am: Healing Touch, (suggested donation $20) Held in the Choir Room.  For more info and to book an appointment, please contact Bonnie at 403-249-4080 or bonniecb@hotmail.com

Saturday June 8 from 11am to 3pm: Fun Day at Lakeview Community Association LUC will have a table set up.  We need volunteers to man the table.  For more information please contact Avery at lakeviewstudent@telus.net

Monday June 10 at 7pm: Long Range Planning Meeting Our yearly calendar planning will be held in the Fellowship Hall. This is the time to discuss and plan what is in store for us in the next Church year. (July 2019- July 2020). All are welcome!! 

Saturday June 15 from 10:00 to noon: Neighbour Day at LUC, free admission BBQ hot dog, games, petting zoo (from 11:00 to noon) in the Church parking lot. Come meet your neighbours!!  Volunteers are needed.  Please see Avery or email lakeviewstudent@telus.net

Sunday June 23 from 1 to 4:00pm Garden Tour: A tour of some of our local gardens (alternate date in case of bad weather is Sunday, June 30th).  It is an opportunity for fellow plant enthusiasts to get together and see what grows where.  If you have a garden you would like to share or have any questions, please email or phone Judy Klassen (klasj@telus.net, 403-249-7006). There will be a sign up sheet and more details about the tour early in June.

Wider Church

Andrew Edy of Calgary is Missing: his parents are asking for our help in finding him or providing “Proof or Footprints of Lifehttps://www.facebook.com/andrewedymissing or Andrewedymissing@shaw.ca

Wednesday June 5 at 11am to 1pm: Celebrate Seniors’ Week – Join us for Brunch, free Chartwell Royal Park, 4315 Richardson Rd. SW. We are celebrating and acknowledging the contribution that seniors make to our community every day.  Come for brunch and bring a friend.  RSVP Katharine at 403-880-2403

Friday June 7 at noon: Red Carpet Series, Lana Henchell (piano), concert free, lunch $7 Knox Presbyterian Church, 3704 37 Street SW (phone 403-242-1808)

Saturday June 8 at 9am to 4pm: IF: Gathering 2019, $20 (continental breakfast & lunch included) Falconridge Family Church, 155 Falconridge Cr NE.  What does it look like to follow God and live out this faith in our relationships, at our jobs, in conflict, in suffering, with money?  For more information: heather@falconridgefamily.com

4 Seasons Transportation Driver wanted: We are an organization which specializes in providing safe, secure and reliable transportation services to children with disabilities and complex learning needs. We are looking to hire bus drivers for the upcoming school year (September 2019 For more info, please call Kim 604-910-6674 or email (kim@4seasonstransport.com) or apply@4seasonstransport.com.

Canadian Moms Embracing Diversity is a safe space for mothers of LGBTQ kids (of any age) to find: support as we navigate the, sometimes confusing, arena of LGBTQ issues and community; solidarity with other Canadian moms experiencing similar joys and concerns; safety in a closed group where only members see your posts and no one shares outside the group. Search for us on Facebook and request to join, if you are interested.  For more information please contact Dana Burgess  403-305-4377.

 

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 (on sabbatical)

Pulpit Supply: Rev. Kelley Warner

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Summer Student, Community Engagement: Avery McLellan

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca

 


BULLETIN ANNOUNCEMENTS MAY 26, 2019:

Lakeview United Church

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  The spots for June 9 onward are still empty.  Many thanks for this week’s coffee hosts: Connie and Sue.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

The first Annual Gathering of the Chinook Winds Region to take place  June 7-8, 2019 at McKillop United Church in Lethbridge, with the theme, Born of Wind and Spirit. Those to attend are Lay Regional Representatives who have been elected by their Community of Faith and Ministry Personnel.

Calling all photojournalists:  We are looking for current event and people photos to update our Lakeview United Church’s Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook platforms. You don’t have to be IT savvy! Send your digital photos and captions via email to our Office Administrator and she will upload them for all to enjoy.

Counter Volunteers: to assist with counting the collection each Sunday. If you are willing to help, please contact Ted Prince (prince.ta@shaw.ca ; 403-246-3106).  For your convenience you can also sign up online once you register on the Sign-Up Genius website.  Thank you.

Looking for Scripture Readers and Communion Servers: If you are willing to help, please contact Heather (mayers_heatherj@yahoo.ca or 403-249-3714).  For your convenience, you can also sign up online once you register on the Sign-Up Genius website. Thank you.

Father’s Day Service:  Please send photos of your fathers to lakeviewuc@telus.net or bring hard copy to the office (we will return it to you).

Tuesday May 28 at 11:00am: Service at the Staywell at Garrison Woods 74 Ypres Green SW.  The service will be officiated by Rev. John Crowdis.  Please join us in our monthly worship.

Monday June 3 from 9:00 to 11:30am: Healing Touch, (suggested donation $20) Held in the LUC Choir Room.  For more info and to book an appointment, please contact Bonnie at 403-249-4080 or bonniecb@hotmail.com

Saturday June 15 from 10:00 to noon: Neighbour Day at LUC, free admission BBQ hot dog, games, petting zoo (11:00 to noon) in the Church parking lot. Come meet your neighbour!!  Volunteers are needed.  Please see Avery or email lakeviewstudent@telus.net

Sunday June 23 from 1 to 4:00pm Garden Tour: A tour of some of our local gardens (alternate date in case of bad weather is Sunday, June 30th).  It is an opportunity for fellow plant enthusiasts to get together and see what grows where.  If you have a garden you would like to share or have any questions, please email or phone Judy Klassen (klasj@telus.net, 403-249-7006). There will be a sign up sheet and more details about the tour early in June.

Name Tags: The ordering of name tags is on hold until the Church Council meets in June and a decision is made whether or not to update the incorporated logo, which would come at additional expense and render existing name tags obsolete. If you wish to purchase a name tag, please call Vivian McFarland at 403-249-8513 and get your name on the list. Orders are placed in spring and fall. Name tags cost $8.25 + GST each, for either a pin or a strong magnet. Stay Tuned!

2019-2020 Season: Weaselhead Presents! Exciting performers are in the lineup.  Please check it out on our website.  Seasons passes are now available.  Brochures are available on Narthex table.

Wider Church

Andrew Edy of Calgary is Missing: his parents are asking for our help in finding him or providing “Proof or Footprints of Lifehttps://www.facebook.com/andrewedymissing or Andrewedymissing@shaw.ca

Wednesday June 5 at 11am to 1pm: Celebrate Seniors’ Week – Join us for Brunch, free Chartwell Royal Park, 4315 Richardson Rd. SW. We are celebrating and acknowledging the contribution that seniors make to our community every day.  Come for brunch and bring a friend.  RSVP Katharine at 403-880-2403

Friday June 7 at noon: Red Carpet Series, Lana Henchell (piano), concert free, lunch $7 Knox Presbyterian Church, 3704 37 Street SW (phone 403-242-1808)

Saturday June 8 at 9am to 4pm: IF: Gathering 2019, $20 (continental breakfast & lunch included) Falconridge Family Church, 155 Falconridge Cr NE.  What does it look like to follow God and live out this faith in our relationships, at our jobs, in conflict, in suffering, with money?  For more information: heather@falconridgefamily.com

 

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 (on sabbatical)

Pulpit Supply: Rev. Kelley Warner

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Summer Student, Community Engagement: Avery McLellan

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca

  Lakeview Fun Day will run June 8th, due to inclement weather on May 25th!

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BULLETIN ANNOUNCEMENTS MAY 19, 2019:

Lakeview United Church

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  The spots for June 2nd onward are still empty.  Many thanks for this week’s coffee hosts: Jean S, David T, Gwen and Doug.

 

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Calling all photojournalists:  We are looking for current event and people photos to update our Lakeview United Church’s Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook platforms. You don’t have to be IT savvy! Send your digital photos and captions via email to our Office Administrator and she will upload them for all to enjoy.

Counter Volunteers: to assist with counting the collection each Sunday. If you are willing to help, please contact Ted Prince (prince.ta@shaw.ca ; 403-246-3106).  For your convenience you can also sign up online once you register on the Sign-Up Genius website.  Thank you.

Looking for Scripture Readers and Communion Servers: If you are willing to help, please contact Heather (mayers_heatherj@yahoo.ca or 403-249-3714).  For your convenience, you can also sign up online once you register on the Sign-Up Genius website. Thank you.

Tuesday May 21 at 10:00am: Join us for the Monthly Service at the Manor Village at Garrison Wood, Rev. John Crowdis, officiating. 2400 Sorrel Mews SW.  Please join us in our monthly worship.

Saturday May 25 from 11:00 to 2:00pm: Lakeview Fun Day, free admission At Lakeview Community Hall, 6110 34 St SW LUC will host prayer flag making.  Come join the fun!!

Volunteer Call Out: Volunteers are needed prior to, and on the day of the Lakeview Fun Day event May 25th, and LUC Neighbour Day event on June 15th, 2019. For further information, contact Avery in the church office. Sign up sheets are available on the Narthex table. Please join us in reaching out to our community!

Monday June 3 from 9:00am to 11:30am: Healing Touch ( suggested donation $20 ) Held in the Choir Room.  For more information and to book an appointment please contact Bonnie at 403-249-4080 or bonniecb@hotmail.com

Saturday June 15 from 10:00 to noon: Neighbour Day at LUC, free admission BBQ hot dog, games, petting zoo (11:00 to noon) in the Church parking lot. Come meet your neighbours!!

Sunday June 23 from 1 to 4:00pm Garden Tour: A tour of some of our local gardens (alternate date in case of bad weather is Sunday, June 30th).  It is an opportunity for fellow plant enthusiasts to get together and see what grows where.  If you have a garden you would like to share or have any questions, please email or phone Judy Klassen (klasj@telus.net, 403-249-7006). There will be a sign up sheet and more details about the tour early in June.

2019-2020 Season: Weaselhead Presents! Exciting performers are in the lineup.  Please check it out on our website.  Brochures are available on the Narthex table. Seasons tickets are now available by calling the church office at 403 242 5760, or emailing lakeviewuc@telus.net

A wallet was found May 8, 2019 on a LUC Peace Pole bench. Call the Church office at (403) 242 -5760 and describe it to confirm that you are the rightful owner!

First Annual Chinook Winds Regional Gathering, June 7-8, 2019 ( Deadline to register is May 22 )
The first Annual Gathering of the Chinook Winds Region is to take place  June 7-8, 2019 at McKillop United Church in Lethbridge, with the theme, Born of Wind and Spirit.  For further information please contact Rev. Bob Wallace, Chair, Local Hosting Team at commoncupbob@gmail.com

Name Tags: The ordering of name tags is on hold until the Church Council meets in June and a decision is made whether or not to update the incorporated logo, which would come at additional expense and render existing name tags obsolete. If you wish to purchase a name tag, please call Vivian McFarland at 403-249-8513 and get your name on the list. Orders are placed in spring and fall. Name tags cost $8.25 + GST each, for either a pin or a strong magnet. Stay Tuned!

Wider Church

Andrew Edy of Calgary is Missing: his parents are asking for our help in finding him or providing “Proof or Footprints of Lifehttps://www.facebook.com/andrewedymissing or Andrewedymissing@shaw.ca

City Light needs Delivery Driver for NE, NW and one SE route Calgary Delivery is once a month.  Please contact Steve 403-640-2011 ext 103 or email stevealmond@lightmagazine.ca

Cantare Children Choir: Come Sing with Us, more than Music… a place to be you!! For more info: 403-685-1132 or visit www.cantarechildrenchoir.org

 

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 (on sabbatical)

Interim Minister: Rev. Kelley Warner (kelleywarner@yahoo.ca)

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Summer Student, Community Engagement: Avery McLellan

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca

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Bulletin Announcements May 12, 2019:

Lakeview United Church

 

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  The spots for May 26 onward are still empty Many thanks for this week’s coffee hosts: Kurt & Chelsea, Sandy and Barb P.

Lenten Giving Project: The Reaching Out Committee and the Affirming Committee extend a debt of gratitude to the congregation for your support in our Lenten project supporting The Food Bank, Children’s Cottage and The Drop Inn Center.  We were overwhelmed by your generous giving and innovative items given.  Sincere THANK YOU goes to each and every one of you.  Many people will benefit from your generous support.

Garage Sale Kudos: A Sincere Thank You to Janet Layton and her extremely hardworking recruits who toiled over three busy days setting up and selling treasures at the Annual 2019 LUC Garage Sale!! …..A much anticipated event in our Community, as evidenced by specific website traffic and comments from our loyal shoppers. And, a bonding fellowship opportunity through shared trials and tribulation for our church family!

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Calling all photojournalists:  We are looking for current event and people photos to update our Lakeview United Church’s Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook platforms. You don’t have to be IT savvy! Send your digital photos and captions via email to our Office Administrator and she will upload them for all to enjoy.

Counter Volunteers: to assist with counting the collection each Sunday. If you are willing to help, please contact Ted Prince (prince.ta@shaw.ca ; 403-246-3106).  For your convenience you can also sign up online once you register on the Sign-Up Genius website.  Thank you.

Looking for Scripture Readers and Communion Servers: If you are willing to help, please contact Heather (mayers_heatherj@yahoo.ca or 403-249-3714).  For your convenience, you can also sign up online once you register on the Sign-Up Genius website. Thank you.

Saturday May 25 from 11:00 to 2:00pm: Lakeview Fun Day, free admission At Lakeview Community Hall, 6110 34 St SW LUC will host prayer flag making.  Come join the fun!!

Saturday June 15 from 10:00 to noon: Neighbour Day at LUC, free admission BBQ hot dog, games, petting zoo (11:00 to noon). Come meet your neighbours! 

Sunday June 23 from 1 to 4:00pm Garden Tour: A tour of some of our gardens (alternate date in case of bad weather is Sunday, June 30th).  It is an opportunity for fellow plant enthusiasts to get together and see what grows where.  If you have a garden you would like to share or have any questions, please email or phone Judy Klassen (klasj@telus.net, 403-249-7006). There will be a sign up sheet and more details about the tour early in June.

A wallet was found May 8, 2019 on a LUC Peace Pole bench. Call the Church office at (403) 242 -5760 and describe it to confirm that you are the rightful owner!

Wider Church

Andrew Edy of Calgary is Missing: His parents are asking for our help in finding him or providing “Proof or Footprints of Lifehttps://www.facebook.com/andrewedymissing or Andrewedymissing@shaw.ca

May 8 – 12: Sacrament, tickets $20 - $25 (adult themes and strong language, for ages 12+) Engineered Air Theatre at the Art Commons, 234 9th Ave SE. Tickets at www.fireexit.ca or tickets@fireexit.ca A captivating illustration of a complex but whole-hearted search for healing.

May 14 at 7:00 pm Marda Loop Justice Film Festival: Most Likely to… (free admission) River Park Auditorium, 3818 14a St SW

May 11 & 18 from 9am-5pm: Phase I Healing Pathway Northminster United Church, 3311 Centre St N (403-277-0322) Instructors Jackie Waters & Janet Cole.  For more info: healingpathway.ca

 Pedalhead: Bike and Sport camp leaders Wanted for June 24 – August 30  Eleven locations across the city, includes Lakeview United Church All applications welcome.   All training will be provided. Interested?  To apply go to www.jotform.com/atlantisandPedalheads/2019CalgaryABInstructorApplication

 

Deer Park United Church: Summer Student Positions, 30 hours/week for 8 weeks To apply please contact: mpchair@dpuc.ca.  Deadline to apply May 16, 2019

 City Light needs Delivery Driver for NE, NW and one SE route Calgary Delivery is once a month.  Please contact Steve 403-640-2011 ext 103 or email stevealmond@lightmagazine.ca

 Cantare Children Choir: Come Sing with Us, more than Music… a place to be you!! For more info: 403-685-1132 or visit www.cantarechildrenchoir.org

 

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 403 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans

Interim Minister: Rev. Kelley Warner

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto

Summer Student, Community Engagement: Avery McLellan

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca


Bulletin Announcements May 5, 2019:

Lakeview United Church

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  The spots for May 12 onward are still empty.  Many thanks for this week’s coffee hosts: Phyllis & Gerry, Jackie, Doug & Gwen.

Lenten Giving Project: The Reaching Out Committee and the Affirming Committee extend a debt of gratitude to the congregation for your support in our Lenten project supporting The Food Bank, Children’s Cottage and The Drop Inn Center.  We were overwhelmed by your generous giving and innovative items given.  Sincere THANK YOU goes to each and everyone of you.  Many people will benefit from your generous support.

Volunteer of the month: Congratulations to Kurt Perkins and Chelsea Prescott! These two keep the wheels moving behind the scenes at Lakeview United. We especially thank them for taking on the weekly job of updating the Church’s exterior signage, our connection to church family and the wider community.

Pulpit Supply: We welcome Rev. Kelley Warner who takes over as pulpit supply on May 12th while Rev. Jope is on a three month Sabbatical! Rev. John Crowdis and Rev. Paul Mullen will cover pastoral needs when Rev. Jope is away. Contact information is available from the church office.

Name Tag: If you wish to purchase a name tag, please call Vivian McFarland at 403-249-8513 by Sunday, June 2. Orders are placed in spring and fall. Name tags cost $8.25 + GST each, for either a pin or a strong magnet.

Weaselhead Presents:  We have some exciting artists who will be performing in Lakeview.  Please check the lineup for 2019/2020 season on our website and get your season pass!

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Calling all photojournalists:  We are looking for current event and people photos to update our Lakeview United Church’s Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook platforms. You don’t have to be IT savvy! Send your digital photos and captions via email to our Office Administrator and she will upload them for all to enjoy.

Counter Volunteers: to assist with counting the collection each Sunday.  You can select dates based on your availability.  You will be paired up with experienced counters, and counting typically takes 15-20 minutes after church. The goal is to have sufficient counters so that each person counts approximately once every six to eight weeks. If you are willing to help, please contact Ted Prince (prince.ta@shaw.ca ; 403-246-3106).  For your convenience you can also sign up online once you register on the Sign-Up Genius website.  Thank you.

Looking for Scripture Readers and Communion Servers: If you are willing to help, please contact Heather (mayers_heatherj@yahoo.ca or 403-249-3714).  For your convenience, you can also sign up online once you register on the Sign-Up Genius website. Thank you.

Monday May 6 from 8:30 to 11:30: Healing Touch (Choir Room) By Donation. For more info please contact Bonnie at 403-249-4080

Sunday June 23 from 1 to 4:00pm  Garden Tour: A tour of some of our local gardens (alternate date in case of bad weather is Sunday, June 30th).  It is an opportunity for fellow plant enthusiasts to get together and see what grows where.  If you have a garden you would like to share or have any questions, please email or phone Judy Klassen (klasj@telus.net, 403-249-7006). There will be a sign up sheet and more details about the tour early in June.

Wider Church

May 5 at 7:00 pm: Building Sacred Bridges, An interfaith musical experience (by donation) Beth Tzedec Synagogue, 1325 Glenmore Trail SW.  To donate and reserve your seats go to www.habitatsouthernab.ca/bsb, or at the event by cheque or credit card.  100% of your donation will go towards wrapping up the Interfaith Build Project’s goal of raising $1M to help 10 families buy their first home through Habitat for Humanity.

May 5 at 2:00 pm: No Body Like Jimmy, ticket $27 (table of 6 - $150) Doors open at 1:30 pm Symons Valley United Church, 38 Kincora Rise NW.  Tickets at www.brownpapertickets.com

May 8 – 12 at 7:30pm: Sacrament, tickets $20 - $25 (for ages 12+) Saturday/Sunday matinee at 2:00 pm. Engineered Air Theatre at the Art Commons, 234 9th Ave SE. Tickets at www.fireexit.ca or tickets@fireexit.ca In the heart of a city gripped by a deadly epidemic, Father Caleb opens his church to offer people hope.  Is the cure in the wine, or in the faith of the people?  A captivating illustration of a complex but whole-hearted search for healing.

May 11 & 18 from 9am-5pm: Phase I Healing Pathway Northminster United Church, 3311 Centre St N (403-277-0322) Instructors Jackie Waters & Janet Cole.  For more info: healingpathway.ca

May 11 from 2:00 PM: Spring Tea, fee $8.00 Wild Rose United Church, 1317 1st Street NW Delicious tea and treats accompanied by the sounds of spring music ! For info: 403-277-5576 or office@wildroseunited.ca

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca


Bulletin Announcements April 28, 2019:

Lakeview United Church

Warming Up to Worship: will resume in September.

Coffee and Conversation: Volunteer Hosts are especially needed starting May12th! We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  Many thanks for this week’s coffee hosts: Linda and Diane.

New additions to our Church Family: We warmly welcome Kelly and Odette Wilderman and surround them both with all the love and best wishes from their new church family, on the occasion of their baptisms at Lakeview United Church.  Congratulations to all!

Offering: We are grateful to those who donate via Pre-Authorized Remittance (PAR) and monthly cheques.  When the offering plate comes to you and this would have been your way of donating, please offer your silent blessing upon the plate as it is passed to you...

May 1, 3:30 to 5pm: The South Calgary Cluster Group of the Chinook Winds Region invites you to come and share your wisdom and ideas.  Our focus for this month’s meeting is “Communication Networking”.  All are welcome.  Refreshments will be provided.  RSVP: lakeviewminister@telus.net

May 4 ANNUAL GARAGE SALE: Get ready to sign up for your favourite spot at the Annual Garage Sale!  We need as many hands as possible:

Collectors and Runners Thursday May 2 from 6:00 – 8:00 PM. 

Setter Uppers Friday May 3, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM. 

Saturday May 4, Sellers and Cleaner–Uppers 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM. 

Check the sign-up sheets in the Narthex or go online at www.lakeviewunitedchurch.ca

 Calling all bakers…. We will have a table set up at the Garage Sale for baking.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Social Media Volunteers:  to assist our Office Admin with updating our Social Media presence on the Lakeview United Church’s Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook platforms. This would involve taking LUC event photos and contributing brief descriptions for posting on same. A digital camera or phone camera is all that is needed. 

Counter Volunteers: to assist with counting the collection each Sunday.  You can select dates based on your availability.  You will be paired up with experienced counters, and counting typically takes 15-20 minutes after church. The goal is to have sufficient counters so that each person counts approximately once every six to eight weeks. If you are willing to help, please contact Ted Prince (prince.ta@shaw.ca ; 403-246-3106).  For your convenience you can also sign up online once you register on the Sign-Up Genius website.  Thank you.

Looking for Scripture Readers and Communion Servers: If you are willing to help, please contact Heather (mayers_heatherj@yahoo.ca or 403-249-3714).  For your convenience, you can also sign up online once you register on the Sign-Up Genius website. Thank you.

Wider Church

May 2 – 5: No Body Like Jimmy, A comedy by Burton Bumgarner On the evening of Ralph and Eloise Vanlandingham’s political fundraising dinner, Ralph’s best friend from college shows up with a problem. Harold has a dead body in the back of his van and he needs a place to stash Jimmy. Harold’s timing couldn’t be more awful as the Vanlandinghams are expecting a house full of major campaign donors any moment! Symons Valley United Church, 38 Kincora Rise NW Ticket from $27 to $50.  For ticket please go to www.brownpapertickets.com

 

May 4 from 12:00 to 2:30 PM: Spring Tea, fee $6.00 Forest Lawn United Church, 2236 35 Street SE Menu Caesar salad – ham, buns, strawberry shortcake, coffee, tea or juice For more info, please call 403-272-2393 

May 4 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM: Right at Home, Campus 10 Year Celebration, free event Ambrose University, 150 Ambrose Circle SW This family friendly event will include lunch, campus tours and a concert by award-winning musician Keith Kitchen.  To register and for full event details, please visit our Eventbrite page

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca

 


Bulletin Announcements April 21, 2019:

Lakeview United Church – April 21st, 2019

Warming Up to Worship: Each Sunday a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers have been meeting before the Sunday service to discuss the day’s readings. If you want to explore how the wisdom in the ancient texts can be applied to our daily lives in the 21st century.  All are welcome!  Please join us at 9:15 am.

Coffee and Conversation Volunteer Hosts are urgently required starting April 28th! We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  Many thanks for this week’s coffee hosts: Nancy and Ted, Annie and Sophia.

April 23 at 11:00am: Staywell Manor Village at Garrison Woods, 174 Ypres Green SW. Please join us in our monthly worship. 

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Social Media Volunteers:  to assist our Office Admin with updating our Social Media presence on the Lakeview United Church’s Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook platforms. This would involve taking LUC event photos and contributing brief descriptions for posting on same. A digital camera or phone camera is all that is needed. 

Counter Volunteers: to assist with counting the collection each Sunday.  You can select dates based on your availability.  You will be paired up with experienced counters, and counting typically takes 15-20 minutes after church. The goal is to have sufficient counters so that each person counts approximately once every six to eight weeks. If you are willing to help, please contact Ted Prince (prince.ta@shaw.ca ; 403-246-3106).  For your convenience you can also sign up online once you register on the Sign-Up Genius website.  Thank you.

Looking for Scripture Readers and Communion Servers: If you are willing to help, please contact Heather (mayers_heatherj@yahoo.ca or 403-249-3714).  For your convenience, you can also sign up online once you register on the Sign-Up Genius website. Thank you.

May 4 ANNUAL GARAGE SALE: Get ready to sign up for your favourite spot at the Annual Garage Sale!  We need as many hands as possible:

Collectors and Runners Thursday May 2 from 6:00 – 8:00 PM.  Setter Uppers Friday May 3, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM.  Saturday May 4, Sellers and Cleaner–Uppers 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM.  Check the sign-up sheets in the Narthex or go online at www.lakeviewunitedchurch.ca

 

April 27 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM: Reiki meetup group, practise and teaching, cost $30 At Lakeview United Church (Lower Hall).  For more info please contact Carrie-Anne (403-836-7639) or carrieanne108@gmail.com

Wider Church

 

April 27 from 5:00 to 6:30 PM: Annual Turkey Dinner, tickets $6 to $17 (under 5 FREE) Robert McClure United Church, 5510 26th Ave NE.  Menu turkey with all trimmings and pies (apple, pumpkin, lemon and blueberry) Call 403-280-9500 or email office@robertmcclurechurch.org to order take out meals

April 27 from 6:00 PM: Annual Spring Dinner, tickets $17 to $20 (under 12 FREE) Menu ham, scalloped potatoes, mixed vegetables and desserts Wild Rose United Church, 1317 1st Street NW.  For tickets call 403-277-5576 or www.wildroseunited.ca

April 29 at 7:00 pm: a Holocaust memorial story, free admission First Alliance Church, 12345 - 40 St. SE A 1 hour drama on the life of Corrie ten Boom, a brave Dutch woman of faith, had a hiding place for Jews during World War II. She along with her father and sister were discovered, arrested and sent to a concentration camp.  Only Corrie survived.

Spring into Yoga & Wellness at FCJ Centre.  Explore all of our offerings! From iRest Yoga Nidra to silencing a busy mind. Check out some of our specialized programs!  The workshops take place at FCJ centre, 219 19 Ave SW.  To register please call (403) 228-4215 or email info@fcjcentre.ca

 

Spiritual Direction Training Program: Starting Sept. 2019.  Deadline registration May 31.

Spiritual direction is a ministry of spiritual accompaniment given by one Christian to help another Christian journey towards the fullness of God. You can read more about the nature and practice of spiritual direction at https://www.sdiworld.org/find-a-spiritual-director/what-is-spiritual-direction.  For more information, please visit our website www.FCJCentre (under Spiritual Direction Training Program).  For an application packet or if you have questions, please contact Sr. Madeleine Gregg, fcJ at (403) 228-4215, or visit the FCJ Centre at 219 19th Avenue SW, Calgary

 

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca


Bulletin Announcements April 14, 2019:

Lakeview United Church

Warming Up to Worship: Each Sunday a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers have been meeting before the Sunday service to discuss the day’s readings. If you want to explore how the wisdom in the ancient texts can be applied to our daily lives in the 21st century.  All are welcome!  Please join us at our new time of 9:15.

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  Many thanks for this week’s coffee hosts: Heather and Sue.

Lenten Project: thank you all for your participation.  We have collected various items (food and clothing) in rainbow colours that will go to worthy organizations such as The Food Bank, Children’s Cottage, downtown ministries such as the Mustard Seed and Drop In Center.

Monday, April 15 at 8:30 to 11:30:  St Andrews Healing Touch in the Choir Room.  For more info please call 403-259-4080

Tuesday, April 16 at 10:00 AM: Please join us for our monthly service at The Manor Village at Garrison Woods, 2400 Sorrell Mews SW.

April 18 at 5:30 PM Maundy Thursday Mediterranean Feast…an evening of reenacting the “Last Supper” and enjoying a meal of lamb, couscous, tabbouleh, fruit and veggies, pita breads and whatever else we can come up with to mirror a middle-eastern feast…there is no charge for this but phoning 403-242-5760 to reserve a seat might be a good idea.  Sign up sheets to contribute menu items (and the recipe) are on the Narthex table.  

Friday, April 19 at 10:00 AM: Join us with The Walk of the Cross as we gather at St. Laurence Anglican Church and begin our worship there and then together, walk with the cross to Lakeview United Church and finish the service there.        

Sunday, April 21 at 8:00 am Easter Sunrise Service…we come together at the Weaselhead Park at the corner of 66th Avenue and 37th Street and bring the Easter morning to life…Tim Horton’s coffee and doughnuts are sure to be on the menu for all to enjoy!                                                                

Friday, April 26 at 7:30 PM: Weaselhead Presents Trio Willy Blizzard Ticket $25 (cash or cheque) at the door or call 403-242-5760 Willy Blizzard are a true example of Canadiana roots with the smoothest baritone West of the Rockies. A bit of country, a bit of bluegrass, a bit of folk, and a whole lot of music to warm yer bones!

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship 

STEP Summer Student Paid Position: to work on Community Programs and assist in the church office.  Up to 35 hours per week, May to August 2019.  Deadline for application April 15, 2019.  For more info please contact the Office Administrator at 403-242-5760 or visit our website. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com.  To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to lakeviewuc@telus.net       

Social Media Volunteers:  to assist our Office Admin with updating our Social Media presence on the Lakeview United Church’s Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook platforms. This would involve taking LUC event photos and contributing brief descriptions for posting on same. A digital camera or phone camera is all that is needed. 

Counter Volunteers: to assist with counting the collection each Sunday.  You can select dates based on your availability.  You will be paired up with experienced counters, and counting typically takes 15-20 minutes after church. The goal is to have sufficient counters so that each person counts approximately once every six to eight weeks. If you are willing to help, please contact Ted Prince (prince.ta@shaw.ca ; 403-246-3106).  For your convenience you can also sign up online once you register on the Sign-Up Genius website.  Thank you.

Looking for Scripture Readers and Communion Servers: If you are willing to help, please contact Heather (mayers_heatherj@yahoo.ca or 403-249-3714).  For your convenience, you can also sign up online once you register on the Sign-Up Genius website. Thank you.

May 4 ANNUAL GARAGE SALE: Get ready to sign up for your favourite spot at the Annual Garage Sale!  We need as many hands as possible:

Collectors and Runners Thursday May 2 from 6:00 – 8:00 PM. 

Setter Uppers Friday May 3, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM. 

Saturday May 4, Sellers and Cleaner–Uppers 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM. 

Check the sign-up sheets in the Narthex or go online at www.lakeviewunitedchurch.ca

Wider Church 

April 14 from 7 to 8:30 PM: The Rescue, A Live Film Concerto, tickets $10 At Temple B’Nai Tikvah, 900 47 Ave SW.  Tickets online at jewishcalgary.org or Eventbrite.ca.  For more info please contact Ilana at ikrygierlapides@jewishcalgary.org or 403-444-3162.

Spiritual Director Training at FCJ Centre: two-year, part-time certificate program, starting in Sept. Application deadline is May 31.  Spiritual direction is a ministry of spiritual accompaniment given by one Christian to help another Christian journey towards the fulness of God. For more information, please visit https://www.fcjcentre.ca/sdtp.  For an application packet or if you have questions, please contact Sr. Madeleine Gregg, fcJ by calling the FCJ Centre at 403.228.4215, or visit the reception desk at FCJ Centre 219 19th Ave. SW, Calgary.

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca

 


Bulletin Announcements April 7, 2019:

Lakeview United Church

Warming Up to Worship: Each Sunday a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers have been meeting before the Sunday service to discuss the day’s readings. If you want to explore how the wisdom in the ancient texts can be applied to our daily lives in the 21st century.  All are welcome!  Please join us at our new time of 9:15.

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  Many thanks for this week’s coffee hosts: Roger and Beckie Scroggins and Barb Spence.

L.U.C.K.Y.  Thank you to everyone who donated to the kids Colours for Kindness activity.  We collected more than enough to cover the costs.  The remainder will be used for Easter activities and materials.  Thank you, Janet Layton!

Lent Book Study April 11th at 1:30 PM: This is our last Lent book study.  We will be using “Everyday Skeptics”

Lenten Project at Lakeview March 10 to April 11: this year we have decided to go with a Rainbow theme for Lenten giving.  During the six weeks of Lent a bin will be put out at the altar of a specific color.  Next week will be purple. You, the congregation, are encouraged to bring something of that color.  The charities we will be collecting for are The Food Bank, Children’s Cottage, downtown ministries such as the Mustard Seed, Drop In Center.  As the weeks progress the color will change.  At the end of Lent there will be a rainbow of gifts collected to go to these worthwhile organizations. Colors will be red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple. See the Narthex for extended lists of suggestions.  Questions, please talk to Daryl, Lesley or members of the Rejuvenation Task Force.

April 18, 2019 at 5:30 PM Maundy Thursday Mediterranean Feast…an evening of reenacting the “Last Supper” and enjoying a meal of lamb, couscous, tabbouleh, fruit and veggies, pita breads and whatever else we can come up with to mirror a middle-eastern feast…there is no charge for this but phoning 403-242-5760 to reserve a seat might be a good idea.  Sign up sheets to contribute menu items (and the recipes) are on the Narthex table.  

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

LUC Choir: If you like to sing in the shower, would you consider joining the LUC Choir for the Lenten/Easter Season.  Rehearsal on Thursdays at 7:00 PM.  Must be available on Easter Sunday, April 21.  For more info, please call Marie 403-617-4579.

STEP Summer Student Paid Position: to work on Community Programs and assist in the church office.  Up to 35 hours per week, May to August 2019.  Deadline for application April 15, 2019.  For more info please contact the Office Administrator at 403-242-5760 or visit our website www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com.  To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to lakeviewuc@telus.net,       

Social Media Volunteers:  to assist our Office Admin with updating our Social Media presence on the Lakeview United Church’s Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook platforms. This would involve taking LUC event photos and contributing brief descriptions for posting on same. A digital camera or phone camera is all that is needed. 

Counter Volunteers: to assist with counting the collection each Sunday.  You can select dates based on your availability.  You will be paired up with experienced counters, and counting typically takes 15-20 minutes after church. The goal is to have sufficient counters so that each person counts approximately once every six to eight weeks. If you are willing to help, please contact Ted Prince (prince.ta@shaw.ca ; 403-246-3106).  For your convenience you can also sign up online once you register on the Sign-Up Genius website.  Thank you.

Looking for Scripture Readers and Communion Servers: If you are willing to help, please contact Heather (mayers_heatherj@yahoo.ca or 403-249-3714).  For your convenience, you can also sign up online once you register on the Sign-Up Genius website. Thank you.

May 4 ANNUAL GARAGE SALE: Get ready to sign up for your favourite spot at the Annual Garage Sale!  We need as many hands as possible:

Collectors and Runners Thursday May 2 from 6:00 – 8:00 PM. 

Setter Uppers Friday May 3, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM. 

Saturday May 4, Sellers and Cleaner–Uppers 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM. 

Check the sign-up sheets in the Narthex or go online at www.lakeviewunitedchurch.ca

Wider Church

April 12 from 12:10 to 12:45 PM: Meditation, Introduction to Chakras, suggested donation $10

Knox United Church, 506 4th Street SW (labyrinth).  Please bring a yoga mat or small cushion.

 

April 13 from 2:30 to 6:00 PM: Visit the Largest Mosque in Calgary, Free Event

Akram Jomaa Islamic Centre, 2624 37 Ave NE.  This event is open to the Public: tour the mosque, refreshments, Henna & Gift bags, ask questions, meet with Imam, free literature and socialize.

 

April 14 from 7 to 8:30 PM: The Rescue, A Live Film Concerto, tickets $10

At Temple B’Nai Tikvah, 900 47 Ave SW

Tickets online at jewishcalgary.org or Eventbrite.ca.  For more information please contact Ilana at ikrygierlapides@jewishcalgary.org or 403-444-3162

 

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca


Bulletin Announcements March 31, 2019:

Lakeview United Church

Warming Up to Worship: Each Sunday a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers have been meeting before the Sunday service to discuss the day’s readings. If you want to explore how the wisdom in the ancient texts can be applied to our daily lives in the 21st century.  All are welcome!  Please join us at our new time of 9:15.

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  Many thanks for this week’s coffee hosts: Jeanne and Etta.

The 2018 Pictorial Directories are now available on the Narthex table for pick up. As a reminder, they are only supplied free of charge to those who participated by having their photos included in the directory. Additional copies may be ordered at a cost of $15.00 each.  For those who have picked up their copy last week, please sign the pick-up sheet so we know who have not had theirs.  Many Thanks to Sue Spratt for spearheading this endeavor!

Marquee sign: Thank you to Chelsea Preston and Kurt Perkins for coming forward and assisting with the Marquee Sign updates.

Monday & Wednesday Bible Study: are over for the season and will resume in Sept. and October 16th respectively.

April 2 at 4:30 to 6:00PM South Calgary Cluster Group: You are invited to come and be a part of our conversation as we focus on developing common resources for church-hired staff.  This is open to all.  The session takes place at Lakeview United Church.  Refreshments will be provided.  RSVP: lakeviewminister@telus.net

Lent Book Study April 4th at 1:30 PM: Every Thursday until April 11.  We will be using “Everyday Skeptics”

Lenten Project at Lakeview March 10 to April 11: this year we have decided to go with a Rainbow theme for Lenten giving.  During the six weeks of Lent a bin will be put out at the altar of a specific color.  This week is Yellow. Next week will be Blue. You, the congregation, are encouraged to bring something of that color.  The charities we will be collecting for are The Food Bank, Children’s Cottage, downtown ministries such as the Mustard Seed, Drop In Center.  As the weeks progress the color will change.  At the end of Lent there will be a rainbow of gifts collected to go to these worthwhile organizations.  Opportunity is wide open, use your imagination.  Colors will be red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple.  Example for red: pasta, tomato soup, tooth brush, towel, socks, hoodie, children PJ’s.  See the Narthex for extended lists of suggestions.  Questions, please talk to Daryl, Lesley or members of the Rejuvenation Task Force.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

LUC Choir: If you like to sing in the shower, would you consider joining the LUC Choir for the Lenten/Easter Season.  Rehearsal on Thursdays at 7:00 PM.  Must be available on Easter Sunday, April 21.  For more info, please call Marie 403-617-4579.

STEP Summer Student: Lakeview United Church needs a STEP Summer Student to work on Community Programs and assist in the church office.  Up to 35 hours per week, May to August 2019.  Deadline for application April 15, 2019.  For more info please contact the Office Administrator at 403-242-5760 or visit our website www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com.  To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to lakeviewuc@telus.net,       

Social Media Volunteers: We are looking for people to assist our Office Admin with updating our Social Media presence on the Lakeview United Church’s Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook platforms. This would involve taking LUC event photos and contributing brief descriptions for posting on same. Minimal time commitment required. Can Job Share! You don’t have to be IT savvy, we will train! A digital camera or phone camera is all that is needed. 

May 4 ANNUAL GARAGE SALE: Get ready to sign up for your favourite spot at the Annual Garage Sale!  We need as many hands as possible: Collectors and Runners Thursday May 2 from 6:00 – 8:00.  Setter Uppers Friday May 3, 10:00 – 2:00.  Saturday May 4, Sellers and Cleaner–Uppers 8:00 am to 1:00 pm.  Check the sign-up sheets in the Narthex or go online at www.lakeviewunitedchurch.ca

 

Wider Church

 

April 4 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM: Adult Cannabis Education, free

Hosted by Jennie Elliot School Council.  This Parent Education Night is for adult only.  Registration required (Eventbrite.ca/youthlink)

 

April 5 at Noon: Red Carpet Series – Concert and Lunch (concert is free, lunch $7)

Red Carpet Series presents Trinity Winds (flute, clarinet & bassoon)

At Knox Presbyterian Church, 3704 – 37th Street SW. For info: 403-242-1808

 

April 6 from 4:00 to 7:00PM: Pitch Night – Neighbour Grants LIVE (tickets $10 - $15)

At Central Library Downtown (pizza dinner & refreshment provided)

Robert Mc Clure United Church is looking for your support.  They need you in the audience

For tickets: Eventbrite.ca/e/pitch-night-neighbour-grants-live-tickets

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff 

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Bulletin Announcements March 24, 2019:

Lakeview United Church

Warming Up to Worship: Each Sunday a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers have been meeting before the Sunday service to discuss the day’s readings. If you want to explore how the wisdom in the ancient texts can be applied to our daily lives in the 21st century.  All are welcome!  Please join us at our new time of 9:15.

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  Many thanks for this week’s coffee hosts: Heather Mayers and Connie Inness.

Today after Service:  Wills, Trusts, Power of Attorney and Personal Directive Presentation by Attorney Jason Sweeney of Underwood Gilholme, Jason is experienced in Estates, Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney and Personal Directives. He assists and advises clients on the many issues that arise regarding the preparation of their estate planning documents. Jason also advises executors and trustees on the myriad of concerns that may arise surrounding the administration of estates and trusts.  Many thanks to Wayne for organizing it!.

The 2018 Pictorial Directories are now available on the Narthex table for pick up. As a reminder, they are only supplied free of charge to those who participated by having their photos included in the directory. Additional copies may be ordered at a cost of $15.00 each.  For those who have picked up their copy last week, please sign the pick-up sheet so we know who have not had theirs.  Many Thanks to Sue Spratt for spearheading this endeavor!

Monday Morning Bible Study March 25 at 9:30 AM in the sanctuary.  We will be finishing the Gospel of Thomas, beginning with #102.  This will be our last meeting until September.

March 26 at 11 AM Staywell: Please join us for our monthly service.

Lent Book Study March 28 at 1:30 PM: Every Thursday until April 11.  We will be using the book “Everyday Skeptics”

Lenten Project at Lakeview March 10 to April 11: this year we have decided to go with a Rainbow theme for Lenten giving.  During the six weeks of Lent a bin will be put out at the altar of a specific color.  This week is Yellow. Next week will be Green. You, the congregation, are encouraged to bring something of that color.  The charities we will be collecting for are The Food Bank, Children’s Cottage, downtown ministries such as the Mustard Seed, Drop In Center.  As the weeks progress the color will change.  At the end of Lent there will be a rainbow of gifts collected to go to these worthwhile organizations.  Opportunity is wide open, use your imagination.  Colors will be red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple.  Example for red: pasta, tomato soup, tooth brush, towel, socks, hoodie, children PJ’s.  See the Narthex for extended lists of suggestions.  Questions, please talk to Daryl, Lesley or members of the Rejuvenation Task Force.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

LUC Choir: If you like to sing in the shower, would you consider joining the LUC Choir for the Lenten/Easter Season.  Rehearsal on Thursdays at 7:00 PM.  Must be available on Easter Sunday, April 21.  For more info, please call Marie 403-617-4579.

Social Media Volunteers: We are looking for people to assist our Office Admin with updating our Social Media presence on the Lakeview United Church’s Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook platforms. This would involve taking LUC event photos and contributing brief descriptions for posting on same. Minimal time commitment required. Can Job Share! You don’t have to be IT savvy, we will train! A digital camera or phone camera is all that is needed.

Wider Church

March 30: Dementia, A Day of Learning (Free and lunch provided)

10 AM to 12:30 PM: Dementia & Brain Health

1:30 to 3:30 PM: When Does My Loved One Need to Leave their Home, or do They?

At Red Deer Lake United Church, 96187 AB-22X, Foothills No. 31

Please register at reddeerlakeuc.com.  For more info please call 403-256-3181. 

Vacancy: Accompanist at Foothills United Church

To apply for this position, please email your resume to foothillsunited@telus.net Attention: M&P Committe 

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements March 17th, 2019:

Lakeview United Church

Warming Up to Worship: Each Sunday a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers have been meeting before the Sunday service to discuss the day’s readings. If you want to explore how the wisdom in the ancient texts can be applied to our daily lives in the 21st century.  All are welcome!  Please join us at our new time of 9:15.

New addition: We warmly welcome ZAYNE SERTSAI SEYOUM and surround him with all the love and best wishes from his new church family, on the occasion of his baptism at Lakeview United Church, March 10, 2019. Proud parents Sertsai and Candace, along with friends and family were in attendance, but Baby Zayne stole the show! Congratulations to all!

PIE Day: We would like to extend our gratitude to all the pie and cheese cake bakers for the first Pie Day.  Also to all those who assisted in cleanup in the fellowship hall and kitchen.  What a resounding success this event was.  It warms our hearts to see so many folk out.  Having had to put out two more tables for the pie eaters.  More pie days may be in our future.  Unfortunately we were not able to access the pie day video and it will be shown at a later date.  Thank you all again, Lesley and Daryl.

The 2018 Pictorial Directories are now available on the Narthex table for pick up. As a reminder, they are only supplied free of charge to those who participated by having their photos included in the directory. Additional copies may be ordered at a cost of $15.00 each.  For those who have picked up their copy last week, please sign the pick up sheet so we know who have not had theirs.  Many Thanks to Sue Spratt for spearheading this endeavor!

Lenten Project at Lakeview March 10 to April 11: this year we have decided to go with a Rainbow theme for Lenten giving.  During the six weeks of Lent a bin will be put out at the altar of a specific color.  This week is Orange. Next week will be yellow. You, the congregation, are encouraged to bring something of that color.  The charities we will be collecting for are The Food Bank, Children’s Cottage, downtown ministries such as the Mustard Seed, Drop In Center.  As the weeks progress the color will change.  At the end of Lent there will be a rainbow of gifts collected to go to these worthwhile organizations.  Opportunity is wide open, use your imagination.  Colors will be red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple.  Example for red: pasta, tomato soup, tooth brush, towel, socks, hoodie, children PJ’s.  See the Narthex for extended lists of suggestions.  Questions, please talk to Daryl, Lesley or members of the Rejuvenation Task Force.

March 22 at 7:30pm: Saskia and Darrel (The Great Plains), ticket $25 ( cash or cheque) at the door of call office 403-242-5760.

March 24 at 11:30  Wills, Trusts, Power of Attorney and Personal Directive: Presentation by Attorney Jason Sweeney of Underwood Gilholme,  This presentation is free and open to the public. Jason is experienced in Estates, Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney and Personal Directives. He assists and advises clients on the many issues that arise regarding the preparation of their estate planning documents. Jason also advises executors and trustees on the myriad of concerns that may arise surrounding the administration of estates and trusts.                    Come with your list of questions.  Invite your friends and neighbours.

For further information, please talk to Wayne Gordanier after service or email him at  wayne.gordanier@gmail.com

March 25 at 9:30 AM in the sanctuary: Monday Morning Bible Study.   We will be finishing the Gospel of Thomas, beginning with #102.  This will be our last meeting until September. Question, please contact Gwen: 403-249-5655

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Social Media Volunteer: We are looking for someone to assist Arda, our Office Admin, with updating our Social Media presence on the Lakeview United Church’s Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook platforms. This would involve taking LUC event photos and contributing brief descriptions for posting on same. Minimal time commitment required. Can Job Share! You don’t have to be IT savvy, we will train! A digital camera or phone camera is all that is needed.

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  Many thanks for this week’s coffee hosts: Barb Spence, Chelsea and Kurt (Harper, Nixon and Piper).

Wider Church

Vacancy: Accompanist at Foothills United Church To apply for this position, please email your resume to foothillsunited@telus.net Attention: M&P Committee.

March 18: Cantare Children’s Choir, “Bring a Friend” evening Lutheran Church of the Cross (10620 Elbow Drive SW).  For more information about the choir or to register for this event please contact our office ph. 403-685-1132 or email cantare.assistant@shaw.ca.   Information about the choir can also be found on our website www.cantarechildrenschoir.org

March 22-24: Ancient & Ever New Spirituality in the 21st Century with John Bell. Presented by The Wisdom Centre.  Events take place at St. Laurence Anglican Church (5940 Lakeview Dr. SW).  Tickets and more information at www.wisdomcentre.ca

March 23 at 10am: Introduction to Healing Pathway, by donation Northminster United Church, 3311 Centre Street North (403-277-0322)

 

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca


Bulletin Announcements March 10, 2019:

Lakeview United Church

Warming Up to Worship: Each Sunday a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers have been meeting before the Sunday service to discuss the day’s readings. If you want to explore how the wisdom in the ancient texts can be applied to our daily lives in the 21st century.  All are welcome!  Please join us at our new time of 9:15.

In Memoriam: It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of one of our longtime Church members. Eloise Reid-Bicknell died Sunday March 3rd, 2019. A private service will be held. We send our prayers and heartfelt condolences to her family and friends.

Lenten Project at Lakeview March 10 to April 11: this year we have decided to go with a Rainbow theme for Lenten giving.  During the six weeks of Lent a bin will be put out at the altar of a specific color.  The first week of Lent will be Red.  You, the congregation, are encouraged to bring something of that color.  The charities we will be collecting for are The Food Bank, Children’s Cottage, downtown ministries such as the Mustard Seed, Drop In Center.  As the weeks progress the color will change.  At the end of Lent there will be a rainbow of gifts collected to go to these worthwhile organizations.  Opportunity is wide open, use your imagination.  Colors will be red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple.  Example for red: pasta, tomato soup, tooth brush, towel, socks, hoodie, children PJ’s.  See the Narthex for extended lists of suggestions.  Questions, please talk to Daryl, Lesley or members of the Rejuvenation Task Force.

Monday Morning Bible Study: next meeting March 11 at 9:30 AM in the sanctuary.  We are continuing with the study of the Gospel of Thomas, beginning with # 86.  For more information please call Gwen Jamieson at 403.249.5655

March 12 at 10 AM: The Fellowship and Caring Committee is meeting for coffee at the home of Sue Spratt, 125 Sierra Morena Green SW.  Any interested people are invited to attend. Call Sue 403-242-7156.

March 24 at 11:30  Wills, Trusts, Power of Attorney and Personal Directive: Presentation by Attorney Jason Sweeney of Underwood Gilholme,  This free presentation will last for one hour after service. Open to the public. Jason is experienced in Estates, Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney and Personal Directives. He assists and advises clients on the many issues that arise regarding the preparation of their estate planning documents. Jason also advises executors and trustees on the myriad of concerns that may arise surrounding the administration of estates and trusts.

Come with your list of questions. Invite your neighbours and friends! For further information, please talk to Wayne Gordanier after service or email him at  wayne.gordanier@gmail.com

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a

Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  Many thanks for this week’s coffee hosts: Daryl and Lesley Sedor and all of you for your delicious pies…

Wider Church

March 10 at noon to 3PM: Calgary Zoo - Walk in Her Shoes Challenge, $25 (includes entry into the Zoo for you and 3 guests).  Register individually or by team, here: https://care.ca/walk-her-shoes

March 12 at 7:00 PM:P JustREEL Film Series presents Namrud (Troublemaker), free admission.   River Park Auditorium, 3818 14a SW Calgary

March 13 at 7PM:: Ploughshares Calgary presents “The World is My Country” Parkland United Church (conference room, lower level), 2919 – 8th Ave NW. This lively movie tells the amazing story of Gary Davis and his efforts to promote world citizenship.  Could such efforts provide a roadmap to a better future?

March 16 at 1:30PM: St. Patrick’s Concert, by donation (food or cash).

Foothills United Church, 3803 69 St NW.  Come and join in singing Irish Songs, hearing Irish jokes and stories and a time for refreshments.  All food and cash donations go to Calgary Interfaith Food Bank.

Summer camp registrations are open:

Naramata Camp.  Please visit their website: (www.NaramataCentreSociety.org)

Camp Kasota, for information campkasotawest.gmail com  

March 6 to May 29 every Wednesday at 1 PM to 2:30 PM: GriefShare program (suggested donation of $15) Hosted by Bethany Chapel, 3333 Richardson Way SW.  Contact: hazel@bethanychapel.com or 403-249-8605 ext. 241.  Please visit www.griefshare.org
 

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

 

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca


Bulletin Announcements March 3, 2019:

Lakeview United Church

Warming Up to Worship: Each Sunday a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers have been meeting before the Sunday service to discuss the day’s readings. If you want to explore how the wisdom in the ancient texts can be applied to our daily lives in the 21st century.  All are welcome!  Please join us at our new time of 9:15.

Congratulations: With all of our happy hearts at Lakeview United Church, we announce the recent marriage of one of our long time members, Donald (Don) Rigby, to Violet (Vi) Bradford. Their ceremony took place on Saturday, February 16, at the Al Azhar Centre of Calgary with close family and friends in attendance. May their lives continue to be enriched by the love they share.

Notice of Meeting March 3: The Annual Financial Meeting will be held today following the Service at 11:00 am in the sanctuary. 

Shrove Tuesday March 5 at 5:30PM: Signup sheet and volunteer sheet on the Narthex table

Lent Book Study March 7 at 1:30 PM: Every Thursday until April 11.  We will be using “Everyday Skeptics”

Affirming PIE Day March 10: Can you please bring a pie?  Signup sheet on the Narthex table. 

Lenten Project at Lakeview March 10 to April 11: this year we have decided to go with a Rainbow theme for Lenten giving.  During the six weeks of Lent a bin will be put out at the altar of a specific color.  The first week of Lent will be Red.  You, the congregation, are encouraged to bring something of that color.  The charities we will be collecting will be The Food Bank, Children’s Cottage, downtown ministries such as the Mustard Seed, Drop In Center.  As the weeks progress the color will change.  At the end of Lent there will be a rainbow of gifts collected to go the these worthwhile organizations.  Opportunity is wide open, use your imagination.  Colors will be red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple.  Example for red: pasta, tomato soup, tooth brush, towel, socks, hoodie, children PJ’s.  See the Narthex for extended lists of suggestions.  Questions, please talk to Daryl, Lesley or members of the Rejuvenation Task Force.

Monday Morning Bible Study: next meeting March 11 at 9:30 AM in the sanctuary.  We are continuing with the study of the Gospel of Thomas, beginning with # 86.  For more information please call Gwen Jamieson at 403.249.5655

March 12 at 10 AM: The Fellowship and Caring Committee is meeting for coffee at the home of Sue Spratt, 125 Sierra Morena Green SW.  Any interested people are invited to attend. Call Sue 403-242-7156.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  Many thanks for this week’s coffee hosts: Barb Spence, Jean Scott, Vi & Don Rigby.

Help needed with the Marquee sign: LUC is looking for people to help out with updating the weekly messages on the Marquee Sign in front of the church! Interested? Email the office at lakeviewuc@telus.net with your availability. Minimal time commitment required. Will train!Have any appropriate witty sayings that we might incorporate? Send those along to the office for consideration!

Volunteer Opportunities: Are you looking for a place to occasionally contribute your time and talents? We are hoping to add willing new prospective volunteers to several current volunteer rosters. For your convenience the sign ups may be accessed online once you register on the Sign Up Genius website. For those without internet connectivity, Ted and Heather can always be contacted in person, or by phone.
For further information, or to be added to volunteer list, please contact:
Ted Prince ( prince.ta@shaw.ca ) for Sunday Collection Counter
Heather Mayers ( mayers_heatherj@yahoo.ca ) for Communion Servers & Scripture Readers

Thank you for considering these opportunities. Many hands make light work!

Wider Church

March 9 at 7:30 PM: Cantare Children’s Choir

Knox United Church, 506 4th Street SW.  Tickets available at brownpapertickets.com or at the door.  Please visit cantarechlidrenschoir.org.

March 9 at 7:00 PM: Calgary Rainbow Railroad Station Concert, $20

The Calgary Rainbow Railroad Station assists refugees to settle in Calgary from countries that criminalize being LGBTQ+. Knox Presbyterian Church, 3407 37th Street SW.  For more info: 403-242-1808

March 6 to May 29 every Wednesday at 1 PM to 2:30 PM: GriefShare program (suggested donation of $15)Hosted by Bethany Chapel, 3333 Richardson Way SW.  Contact: hazel@bethanychapel.com or 403-249-8605 ext. 241.  Please visit www.griefshare.org
 
March 10 at noon: Calgary Zoo - Walk in Her Shoes Challenge, $25 (includes entry into the Zoo for you and 3 guests)

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca


Bulletin Announcements February 24, 2019:

Lakeview United Church

Warming Up to Worship: Each Sunday a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers have been meeting before the Sunday service to discuss the day’s readings. If you want to explore how the wisdom in the ancient texts can be applied to our daily lives in the 21st century.  All are welcome!  Please join us at our new time of 9:15.

In Memoriam: On behalf of our Church Family, we offer our heartfelt condolences and prayers to Jack Henderson and Family as they mourn the recent loss of Jack’s daughter, Karen Anne Bayerle.  At Karen’s request no funeral is planned but there will be a celebration of Karen’s life in the spring. 

Monday Morning Bible Study: next meeting on February 25 at 9:30 AM. in the sanctuary.  We are continuing with the study of the Gospel of Thomas, beginning with # 73.  For information call Gwen Jamieson at 403.249.5655 

UNITED CHURCH OBSERVER:  February is renewal month.  Group Rate is $25/year, cash or cheque.  Cheque payable to Lakeview United Church and clearly marked Observer. Offering Plate is good.  New Subscriptions are always welcome. New subscription begins May 1st, 2019. Any questions, see Gerry Scharff [403-242-1712] or gjscharff@shaw.ca

A WORLD DAY OF PRAYER service will be held at our church on Friday March 1 at 7:00 PM.   The theme this year is "Come - Everything is Ready".  Rev. Jope will do the reflection time.  We encourage everyone to come and join in prayers & readings with groups from Calgary on the same day as Christian churches all over the world.   Come - everything will be ready!  Please see volunteer sign up at the Narthex table.

Notice of Meeting March 3: The Annual Financial Meeting will be held on March 3, 2019 at 11:00 am in the sanctuary.

Shrove Tuesday March 5 at 5:30PM: Signup sheet and volunteer sheet on the Narthex table

Affirming PIE Day March 10: Can you please bring a pie?  Signup sheet on the Narthex table.

Tax Receipt: Thank you very much for your generous contribution.  It allows us to continue with our missions.  Please pick up your tax receipt on the Narthex table.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  Many thanks for this week’s chili and coffee hosts: Nancy & Ron, Gwen & Doug, Linda & Mike, Kurt & Chelsea and Shelly.

Help needed with the Marquee sign: LUC is looking for people to help out with updating the weekly messages on the Marquee Sign in front of the church! Interested? Email the office at lakeviewuc@telus.net with your availability. Minimal time commitment required. Will train!

Have any appropriate witty sayings that we might incorporate? Send those along to the office for consideration!

Volunteer Opportunities: Are you looking for a place to occasionally contribute your time and talents? We are hoping to add willing new prospective volunteers to several current volunteer rosters. For your convenience the sign ups may be accessed online once you register on the Sign Up Genius website. For those without internet connectivity, Ted and Heather can always be contacted in person, or by phone.
For further information, or to be added to volunteer list, please contact:
Ted Prince ( prince.ta@shaw.ca ) for Sunday Collection Counter
Heather Mayers ( mayers_heatherj@yahoo.ca ) for Communion Servers & Scripture Readers Thank you for considering these opportunities. Many hands make light work!

 

Wider Church

 

March 1 at noon: Red Carpet Series, Concert and Lunch (concert free, Lunch $7) Red Carpet Series presents Calgary Boys’ Choir Knox Presbyterian Church, 3704 37 Street SW.  For more info: 403-242-1808

March 2 at 10 AM to 3:00 PM: Multi-Cultural Services, $69 (includes a delicious lunch) A visit to a Sikh Temple, Hindu Temple, Muslim Mosque and a Buddhist Temple. For more info multicultural2002@gmail.com   

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

 

Please visit our websites:

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca

 


Bulletin Announcements February 17, 2019:

Lakeview United Church

Warming Up to Worship: Each Sunday a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers have been meeting before the Sunday service to discuss the day’s readings. If you want to explore how the wisdom in the ancient texts can be applied to our daily lives in the 21st century.  All are welcome!  Please join us at our new time of 9:15.

A WORLD DAY OF PRAYER service will be held at our church on Friday March 1 at 7:00 PM.   The theme this year is "Come - Everything is Ready".  Rev. Jope will do the reflection time.  We encourage everyone to come and join in prayers & readings with groups from Calgary on the same day as Christian churches all over the world.   Come - everything will be ready!

Monday Morning Bible Study: next meeting on February 25 at 9:30 AM. in the sanctuary.  We are continuing with the study of the Gospel of Thomas, beginning with # 73.  For information call Gwen Jamieson at 403.249.5655

Book order for Lent Study: We will be using “Everyday Skeptics”.  Sign up sheet to order the book on Narthex table.  Deadline to order: Feb. 15.  The Lent study is every Thursday at 1:30 to 2:30 in the Sanctuary starting March 7 till April 11. 

UNITED CHURCH OBSERVER:  February is renewal month.  Group Rate is $25/year, cash or cheque.  Cheque payable to Lakeview United Church and clearly marked Observer. Offering Plate is good.  New Subscriptions are always welcome New subscription begins May 1st, 2019. Any questions, see Gerry Scharff [403-242-1712] or gjscharff@shaw.ca

Weaselhead Presents: Feb. 22 at 7:30.   Blake Reid Band, ticket $25 at the door Blake Reid Band pays homage to the craft of making authentic music rooted in the traditions of country and great storytelling.  Ticket at the door or call office 403-242-5760 to book.

Sunday Chili: Feb. 24th following worship.  Rev. Jope has announced that he makes the best chili – ever!.  Want to prove him wrong?  Put your name on the Chili-list on the Narthex table and bring your creation.  Show him he is full of beans!!

Tax Receipt: Thank you very much for your generous contribution.  It allows us to continue with our missions.  Please pick up your tax receipt on the Narthex table.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  Many thanks for this week’s coffee host: Sue Spratt, Barb F and Heather Dorin.

Help needed with the Marquee sign: LUC is looking for people to help out with updating the weekly messages on the Marquee Sign in front of the church! Interested? Email the office at lakeviewuc@telus.net with your availability. Minimal time commitment required. Will train!

Have any appropriate witty sayings that we might incorporate? Send those along to the office for consideration!

Volunteer Opportunities: Are you looking for a place to occasionally contribute your time and talents? We are hoping to add willing new prospective volunteers to several current volunteer rosters. For your convenience the sign ups may be accessed online once you register on the Sign Up Genius website. For those without internet connectivity, Ted and Heather can always be contacted in person, or by phone.

For further information, or to be added to volunteer list, please contact:
Ted Prince ( prince.ta@shaw.ca ) for Sunday Collection Counter
Heather Mayers ( mayers_heatherj@yahoo.ca ) for Communion Servers & Scripture Readers Thank you for considering these opportunities. Many hands make light work!

Wider Church

Feb. 15-23 at 7:30pm: Bare: A Pop Opera is a coming-of-age musical that follows a group of teens as they wrestle with their identities, sexuality, religion, and even a little bit of Shakespeare, in a co-ed Catholic boarding school. Living Spirit United Church, 629 49 Avenue SW. Ticket $25. Purchase tickets: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4047690

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff 

Please visit our websites:

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca 


Bulletin Announcements February 10, 2019:

Lakeview United Church

Warming Up to Worship: Each Sunday a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers have been meeting before the Sunday service to discuss the day’s readings. If you want to explore how the wisdom in the ancient texts can be applied to our daily lives in the 21st century.  All are welcome!  Please join us at our new time of 9:15.

Monday Morning Bible Study: next meeting on February 11 at 9:30 AM. in the sanctuary.  We are continuing with the study of the Gospel of Thomas, beginning with # 63.  For information call Gwen Jamieson at 403.249.5655

SOCIAL JUSTICE: OUTREACH AND AFFIRM MEETING TODAY! Daryl and Lesley are having a meeting today after church.If you are interested in Outreach, Social Justice and Affirming, we have some ideas and would like some “keeners” to step up and come for a short discussion.  Input from the survey RTF took was encouraging.  Let see what we can do to keep the momentum moving forward.   For more information, please contact Daryl or Lesley (403-242-1996)

Book order for Lent Study: We will be using “Everyday Skeptics”.  Sign up sheet to order the book on Narthex table.  Deadline to order: Feb. 15.  The Lent study is every Thursday at 1:30 to 2:30 in the Sanctuary starting March 7 till April 11.

 

UNITED CHURCH OBSERVER:  February is renewal month.  Group Rate is $25/year, cash or cheque.  Cheque payable to Lakeview United Church and clearly marked Observer. Offering Plate is good.  New Subscriptions are always welcome. New subscription begins May 1st, 2019. Any questions, see Gerry Scharff or contact her at [403-242-1712] or gjscharff@shaw.ca

Weaselhead Presents: Feb. 22 at 7:30.   Blake Reid Band, tickets $25 at the door Blake Reid Band pays homage to the craft of making authentic music rooted in the traditions of country and great storytelling.  Tickets at the door or call office 403-242-5760 to book.

Sunday Chili: Feb. 24th following worship.  Rev. Jope has announced that he makes the best chili – ever!.  Want to prove him wrong?  Put your name on the Chili-list on the Narthex table and bring your creation.  Show him he is full of beans!!

 

Tax Receipt: Thank you very much for your generous contribution.  It allows us to continue with our missions.  Please pick up your tax receipt on the Narthex table.

 

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  Many thanks for this week’s coffee host: Linda Z & Diane H.

Help needed with the Marquee sign: LUC is looking for people to help out with updating the weekly messages on the Marquee Sign in front of the church! Interested? Email the office at lakeviewuc@telus.net with your availability. Minimal time commitment required. Will train!

Have any appropriate witty sayings that we might incorporate? Send those along to the office for consideration!

Volunteer Opportunities: Are you looking for a place to occasionally contribute your time and talents? We are hoping to add willing new prospective volunteers to several current volunteer rosters. For your convenience the sign ups may be accessed online once you register on the Sign Up Genius website. For those without internet connectivity, Ted and Heather can always be contacted in person, or by phone.

For further information, or to be added to volunteer list, please contact:
Ted Prince ( prince.ta@shaw.ca ) for Sunday Collection Counter
Heather Mayers ( mayers_heatherj@yahoo.ca ) for Communion Servers & Scripture Readers Thank you for considering these opportunities. Many hands make light work!

Wider Church

Feb. 15-23 at 7:30pm: Bare: A Pop Opera is a coming-of-age musical that follows a group of teens as they wrestle with their identities, sexuality, religion, and even a little bit of Shakespeare, in a co-ed Catholic boarding school. Living Spirit United Church, 629 49 Avenue SW.  Tickets $25 Purchase tickets: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4047690

Feb. 16 at 4:30 pm: Reach for the Skies Dinner and Show, tickets $30 PossAbilities Family Services are pleased to invite you to their fundraiser. Please contact Sydney for ticket purchases at possabilities.ab@gmail.com For more information please see flyer on Narthex table.

 

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

 

Please visit our websites:

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca

 


Bulletin Announcements February 3, 2019

Lakeview United Church

Warming Up to Worship: Each Sunday a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers have been meeting before the Sunday service to discuss the day’s readings. If you want to explore how the wisdom in the ancient texts can be applied to our daily lives in the 21st century.  All are welcome!  Please join us at our new time of 9:15.

Monday Morning Bible Study: next meeting on February 11 at 9:30 AM. in the sanctuary.  We are continuing with the study of the Gospel of Thomas, beginning with # 63.  For information call Gwen Jamieson at 403.249.5655 

SOCIAL JUSTICE: OUTREACH AND AFFIRM

Daryl and Lesley are having a meeting on February 10 after church. If you are interested in Outreach, Social Justice and Affirming, we have some ideas and would like some “keeners” to step up and come for a short discussion.  Input from the survey RTF took was encouraging.  Let see what we can do to keep the momentum moving forward.   For more information, please contact Daryl or Lesley (403-242-1996)

UNITED CHURCH OBSERVER:  February is renewal month.  Group Rate is $25/year, cash or cheque.  Cheque payable to Lakeview United Church and clearly marked Observer. Offering Plate is good.  New Subscriptions are always welcome.New subscription begins May 1st, 2019. Any questions, see Gerry Scharff [403-242-1712] or gjscharff@shaw.ca

Weaselhead Presents: Feb. 22 at 7:30.   Blake Reid Band, ticket $25 at the door or call office 403-242-5760 to book.

Sunday Chili: Feb. 24th following worship.  Rev. Jope has announced that he makes the best chili – ever!.  Want to prove him wrong?  Put your name on the Chili-list on the Narthex table and bring your creation.  Show him he is full of beans!! 

Lenten Book Study : will start on March 7 till April 11 from 1:30 to 2:30 in the Sanctuary.  We will be using “Everyday Skeptics” edited by Alydia Smith.  Sign up and Book Order form available on the Narthex table.

Tax Receipt: Thank you very much for your generous contributions.  It allows us to continue with our mission.  Please pick up your tax receipt on the Narthex table.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  Many thanks for this week’s coffee host: Louise Poudrette, Al and Eveleine.

Help needed with the Marquee sign: LUC is looking for people to help out with updating the weekly messages on the Marquee Sign in front of the church! Interested? Email the office at lakeviewuc@telus.net with your availability. Minimal time commitment required. Will train!

Have any appropriate witty sayings that we might incorporate? Send those along to the office for consideration!

Volunteer Opportunities: Are you looking for a place to occasionally contribute your time and talents? We are hoping to add willing new prospective volunteers to several current volunteer rosters. For your convenience the sign ups may be accessed online once you register on the Sign Up Genius website. For those without internet connectivity, Ted and Heather can always be contacted in person, or by phone.

For further information, or to be added to volunteer list, please contact:
Ted Prince ( prince.ta@shaw.ca ) for Sunday Collection Counter
Heather Mayers ( mayers_heatherj@yahoo.ca ) for Communion Servers & Scripture Readers

Thank you for considering these opportunities. Many hands make light work!

Wider Church

Vacancy Posting: McDougall United Church - PASTORAL CARE COORDINATOR

To provide pastoral care support to the McDougall United Community of Faith.  This is a 15  hour per week position for Order of Ministry, Designated Lay Minister, or Candidate Supply of the United Church of Canada.  Check out the position description on the McDougall website: www.mcdunited.com. Deadline for application is March 01, 2019.

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

 

Please visit our websites:

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca


Bulletin Announcements January 27, 2019

Lakeview United Church

Warming Up to Worship: Each Sunday a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers have been meeting before the Sunday service to discuss the day’s readings. If you want to explore how the wisdom in the ancient texts can be applied to our daily lives in the 21st century.  All are welcome!  Please join us at our new time of 9:15

Monday Morning Bible Study: next meeting on January 28 at 9:30 AM. in the sanctuary.  We are continuing with the study of the Gospel of Thomas, beginning with # 48.  For information call Gwen Jamieson at 403.249.5655

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Lovingly remembered: Mary Joan Muir, long time member of this congregation has died on Friday, January 11.  Joan served for many years as Treasurer and as a leader of the Kerygma Bible study program. The memorial service will be Sunday January 27 at 2:00 PM at Mountain View Funeral Home, 1605 100 St. SE

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  Many thanks for this week’s coffee host: Judy and Hank Klassen and Jean Scott.

Help needed with the Marquee sign: LUC is looking for people to help out with updating the weekly messages on the Marquee Sign in front of the church! Interested? Email the office at lakeviewuc@telus.net with your availability. Minimal time commitment required. Will train!

Have any appropriate witty sayings that we might incorporate? Send those along to the office for consideration!

Volunteer Opportunities: Are you looking for a place to occasionally contribute your time and talents? We are hoping to add willing new prospective volunteers to several current volunteer rosters. For your convenience the sign ups may be accessed online once you register on the Sign Up Genius website. For those without internet connectivity, Ted and Heather can always be contacted in person, or by phone.

For further information, or to be added to volunteer list, please contact:
Ted Prince ( prince.ta@shaw.ca ) for Sunday Collection Counter
Heather Mayers ( mayers_heatherj@yahoo.ca ) for Communion Servers & Scripture Readers

Thank you for considering these opportunities. Many hands make light work!

Wider Church

Jan. 16, 23, 30 & Feb. 6: Soul Journey – Writing Ourselves Home, Fee: $60 (including snacks & lunch) Writing workshop with author Carolyn Pogue (www.carolynpogue.com) At Wild Rose United Church, 1317 1st Street NW.  Registration 403-277-5576 or visit www.wilddroseunited.ca

Feb. 1 at noon: Red Carpet Series, Liza Scriggins, storyteller, concert free, lunch $7 At Knox Presbyterian Church, 3704 37 Street SW.  Phone: 403-242-1808

Vacancy Posting: McDougall United Church - PASTORAL CARE COORDINATOR To provide pastoral care support to the McDougall United Community of Faith.  This is a 15  hour per week position for Order of Ministry, Designated Lay Minister, or Candidate Supply of the United Church of Canada.  Check out the position description on the McDougall website: www.mcdunited.com. Deadline for application is March 01, 2019.


Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

 

Please visit our websites:

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca


Bulletin Announcements January 20, 2019

Lakeview United Church – Jan. 20th, 2019

Warming Up to Worship: Each Sunday a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers have been meeting before the Sunday service to discuss the day’s readings. If you want to explore how the wisdom in the ancient texts can be applied to our daily lives in the 21st century.  All are welcome!  Please join us at our new time of 9:15.

Monday Morning Bible Study: next meeting on January 28 at 9:30 AM. in the sanctuary.  We are continuing with the study of the Gospel of Thomas, beginning with # 48.  For information call Gwen Jamieson at 403.249.5655

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities: 1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship 

In Memorium: Lovingly remembered: Mary Joan Muir, a long time member of this congregation died on Friday, January 11.  Joan served for many years as Treasurer and as a leader of the Kerygma Bible study program.   The memorial service will be Sunday January 27 at 2:00 PM at Mountain View Funeral Home  1605 100 St. SE.

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  Many thanks for this week’s coffee host: Jeanne B and Shirley R.

Volunteer Opportunities: Are you looking for a place to occasionally contribute your time and talents? We are hoping to add willing new prospective volunteers to several current volunteer rosters. For your convenience the sign ups may be accessed online once you register on the Sign Up Genius website. For those without internet connectivity, Ted and Heather can always be contacted in person, or by phone. For further information, or to be added to volunteer list, please contact:
Ted Prince ( prince.ta@shaw.ca ) for Sunday Collection Counter
Heather Mayers ( mayers_heatherj@yahoo.ca ) for Communion Servers & Scripture Readers Thank you for considering these opportunities. Many hands make light work!

Wider Church

Jan. 16, 23, 30 & Feb. 6: Soul Journey – Writing Ourselves Home, Fee: $60 (including snacks & lunch) Writing workshop with author Carolyn Pogue (www.carolynpogue.com) At Wild Rose United Church, 1317 1 Street NW.  Registration 403-277-5576 or visit www.wilddroseunited.ca

Delivery driver needed: City Light News needs a delivery driver for Red Deer and surrounding communities.  Please contact Steve at 403-640-2011 ext 103 or email stevealmond@lightmagazine.ca for more detail.  Please see flyer on the board.

Vacancy Posting: McDougall United Church - PASTORAL CARE COORDINATOR To provide pastoral care support to the McDougall United Community of Faith.  This is a 15  hour per week position for Order of Ministry, Designated Lay Minister, or Candidate Supply of the United Church of Canada.  Check out the position description on the McDougall website: www.mcdunited.com. Deadline for application is March 01, 2019.

 

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

 

Please visit our websites:

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca


Bulletin Announcements January 13, 2019

Lakeview United Church – Jan. 13th, 2019

 Warming Up to Worship: Each Sunday a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers have been meeting before the Sunday service to discuss the day’s readings. If you want to explore how the wisdom in the ancient texts can be applied to our daily lives in the 21st century.  All are welcome!  Please join us at our new time of 9:15.

 Monday Morning Bible Study resumes on Jan. 14 at 9:30.  For information please contact Gwen 403-249-5655

 LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

 Thank you note: Reaching Out Committee would like to extend a huge THANK YOU to the congregation for your support.  The giving over the Advent and Christmas season was overwhelming.  So many less fortunate folks will benefit from your generosity.  You are each a true blessing.  Pickups and delivery were made by some awesome volunteers.  You are much appreciated Roger and Beckie, Kurt and Chelsea.  Thank you again all.

 Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  Many thanks for this week’s coffee host: Barb Penhale, Kurt Perkins and Sandy B.

 Volunteer Opportunities: Are you looking for a place to occasionally contribute your time and talents? We are hoping to add willing new prospective volunteers to several current volunteer rosters. For your convenience the sign ups may be accessed online once you register on the Sign Up Genius website. For those without internet connectivity, Ted and Heather can always be contacted in person, or by phone.
For further information, or to be added to volunteer list, please contact:
Ted Prince ( prince.ta@shaw.ca ) for Sunday Collection Counter
Heather Mayers ( mayers_heatherj@yahoo.ca ) for Communion Servers & Scripture Readers

 Thank you for considering these opportunities. Many hands make light work!

Wider Church

Jan. 19 at 6:00pm: Family Friendly Burns Night – ticket $25/person, Child under 12: $10 Join us for our traditional Burns Night celebration supper with a Scottish piper and resident Scottish Toastmaster (no alcohol is served at this family-friendly event). At Renfrew United Church (956 Radnor Ave NE.), corner of Remington Road.

For tickets, call the church office at 403-277-1571 or Marlene Monilaws at 403-519-9447 Jan. 16, 23, 30 & Feb. 6: Soul Journey – Writing Ourselves Home, Fee: $60 (including snacks & lunch)Writing workshop with author Carolyn Pogue (www.carolynpogue.com) At Wild Rose United Church, 1317 1 Street NW.  Registration 403-277-5576 or visit www.wilddroseunited.ca

 

Delivery driver needed: City Light News needs a delivery driver for Red Deer and surrounding communities.  Please contact Steve at 403-640-2011 ext 103 or email stevealmond@lightmagazine.ca for more detail.  Please see flyer on the board.

 

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff 

Please visit our websites:

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca


Bulletin Announcements January 6, 2019

Lakeview United Church

Warming Up to Worship: Each Sunday a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers have been meeting before the Sunday service to discuss the day’s readings. If you want to explore how the wisdom in the ancient texts can be applied to our daily lives in the 21st century.  All are welcome!  Please join us at our new time of 9:15.

Monday Morning Bible Study resumes on Jan. 14 at 9:30.  For information please contact Gwen 403-249-5655

Wednesday Bible Study resumes on Jan. 9 at 10 am.  For information please contact Hank 403-249-7006

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About").  Many thanks for this week’s coffee hosts: Heather Mayers and Barb Foster.

Christmas Plant: Please pick up your Christmas Plant at Narthex table

Wider Church

Jan. 8 at 7:00pm: “Breaking the Cycle” – admission free Marda Loop Justice Film Festival at River Park Auditorium, 3818 14a Street SW

Jan. 19 at 6:00pm: Family Friendly Burns Night – ticket $25/person, Child under 12: $10

Join us for our traditional Burns Night celebration supper with a Scottish piper and resident Scottish Toastmaster (no alcohol is served at this family-friendly event).

At Renfrew United Church (956 Radnor Ave NE.), corner of Remington Road.

For tickets, call the church office at 403-277-1571 or Marlene Monilaws at 403-519-9447

 

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

 

Please visit our websites:

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca

 


Bulletin Announcements December 23, 2018

Lakeview United Church

Warming Up to Worship: We will take a break until Jan. 6.  Please join us at our new time of 9:15 

Monday Morning Bible Study resumes on Jan. 14 at 9:30.  For information please contact Gwen 403-249-5655

Wednesday Bible Study resumes on Jan. 9 at 10 am.  For information please contact Hank 403-249-7006

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About")  Many thanks for this week’s Coffee Hosts: Jeanne Butterworth, Lorna Flack, Annie & Sophia Zhou.

Monday, Dec. 24 at 5:00 pm Service.   A Pop-Up Christmas Pageant with costumes and props and a real live Baby!  Be an angel, a shepherd or a Wise Man and help to tell the Christmas Story.  A Family Friendly Service.

Monday, Dec. 24 at 7pm Traditional Christmas Eve Service Telling the Christmas Story through Scripture, Song, Prayer & Candlelight.

Lakeview United Church needs an Office Administrator:

* To give a warm welcome to the community and church members

* To provide Administrative, Communications and Bookkeeping Support for the congregation

*  Requires Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, Bookkeeping, Computer and Social Media skills

*  30-35 hours per week with benefits

*  Further information is available at lakeviewunitedchurch.ca

To apply, send a resume and cover letter to peggygibennus@gmail.com

Wider Church

Jan. 19 at 6:00pm: Family Friendly Burns Night – ticket $25/person, Child under 12: $10

Join us for our traditional Burns Night celebration supper with a Scottish piper and resident Scottish Toastmaster (no alcohol is served at this family-friendly event).

At Renfrew United Church (956 Radnor Ave NE.), corner of Remington Road.

For tickets, call the church office at 403-277-1571 or Marlene Monilaws at 403-519-9447

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Temp Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff 

Please visit our websites:

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca


Bulletin Announcements December 16, 2018

Lakeview United Church

Warming Up to Worship: We will take a break until Jan. 6 Please join us at our new time of 9:15.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About")  Many thanks for this week’s Coffee Hosts: Ron and Nancy Gillean, Don Rigby and Vi Bradford.

Seasonal Giving: your chance to be a blessing – REACHING OUT

We are in the season of giving and helping out those who are all less fortunate than most of us.  The Mitten Tree will be in the Fellowship Hall awaiting your donation of new mitts, scarves and hats.  Small sizes go to the Children’s Cottage and larger sizes to the Mustard seed.  There is a large “Sox and Jox  Santa Bag in the hall for donations of new underwear and socks for men and women at the Mustard Seed.  We invite you to bring food – stuffs or donations in envelopes for the Food Bank who are in constant need of help.  Gifts with Vision is another way to make a difference.  Catalogues are on the Narthex table.  Please take one if you wish.

Yes, Virginia, there is a Christmas Pageant!  Plans for the Christmas season with the “Lakeview United Church Kids and Youth Club” (LUCKY Club) are as follows:

First 3 Sundays in December 10:15 to 11:00 LUCKY Club

Children will listen to and re-enact the Christmas story, with costumes and props.  We will take pictures that will be used to create a PowerPoint presentation for the Sunday, Dec 23, 10:00 Service.  Everyone is welcome to participate whether available on Sunday, Dec. 23 or not.

Sunday, Dec. 23 10:00 Service, Christmas Pageant.  A Christmas Pageant on screen, starring the debut performance of the Lovely L.U.C. Kids and Youth!  (They are so cute!)   Be ready to be amazed at the magic of the Christmas Story. 

Monday, Dec. 24 5:00 Service.   A Pop-Up Christmas Pageant with costumes and props and a real live Baby!  Be an angel, a shepherd or a Wise Man and help to tell the Christmas Story.  A Family Friendly Service.

Do you know of a young one who would like to join our L.U.C.K.Y. Club?

We need your help to invite children to join our club.  Do you remember being in the Christmas Pageant when you were young?  Do you want other kids to share in the excitement of learning the Christmas story?  What a great opportunity to get the kids out of the house so the grown-ups can catch their breath.  Come to one Sunday or all.  Come to participate or watch.  Come to the Christmas Pageant on Sunday, Dec 23 or come on Christmas Eve at 5:00.  All are welcome! Questions?  Janet Layton 403-797-4075

Glamorgan Nursing Home: As in the past years we will be collecting Christmas gifts to be given to the residents of the Glamorgan Nursing Home.Items such as socks, toiletries and gift cards from either Starbucks or 7/11 are welcome.If you are giving gift cards please give them in the amount of $10.00.The box for gifts will be in the Narthex until Dec. 15.There are 56 residents at the home, two thirds of whom are male. Thank you - Fellowship & Caring Committee.

Advent book study: Has started on Nov. 29 at 1 pm, every Thursday until Dec. 20.  The book is “Down to Earth” by Mike Slaughter.  Please see Rev. Jope for any questions.

Lakeview United Church needs an Office Administrator:

* To give a warm welcome to the community and church members

* To provide Administrative, Communications and Bookkeeping Support for the congregation

*  Requires Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, Bookkeeping, Computer and Social Media skills

*  30-35 hours per week with benefits

*  Further information is available at lakeviewunitedchurch.ca

To apply, send a resume and cover letter to peggygibennus@gmail.com

Wider Church

Dec 22 at 7:30pm: Cantare Chilren’s Choir – ticket $25 General Admission

Presents Trost…Solace at Knox United Church (506 – 4th Street SW)

Ticket: www.brownpapertickets.com

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Temp Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff 

Please visit our websites:

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca


Bulletin Announcements December 9, 2018

Lakeview United Church

Warming Up to Worship: Each Sunday a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers have been meeting before the Sunday service to discuss the day’s readings. If you want to explore how the wisdom in the ancient texts can be applied to our daily lives in the 21st century.  All are welcome!  Please join us at our new time of 9:15.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About")  Many thanks for this week’s Coffee Hosts: Doug and Gwen Jamieson, and Connie.

Seasonal Giving: your chance to be a blessing – REACHING OUT We are in the season of giving and helping out those who are all less fortunate than most of us.  The Mitten Tree will be in the Fellowship Hall awaiting your donation of new mitts, scarves and hats.  Small sizes go to the Children’s Cottage and larger sizes to the Mustard seed.  There is a large “Sox and Jox  Santa Bag in the hall for donations of new underwear and socks for men and women at the Mustard Seed.  We invite you to bring food – stuffs or donations in envelopes for the Food Bank who are in constant need of help.  Gifts with Vision is another way to make a difference.  Catalogues are on the Narthex table.  Please take one if you wish.

Yes, Virginia, there is a Christmas Pageant!  Plans for the Christmas season with the “Lakeview United Church Kids and Youth Club” (LUCKY Club) are as follows:

First 3 Sundays in December 10:15 to 11:00 LUCKY Club

Children will listen to and re-enact the Christmas story, with costumes and props.  We will take pictures that will be used to create a PowerPoint presentation for the Sunday, Dec 23, 10:00 Service.  Everyone is welcome to participate whether available on Sunday, Dec. 23 or not.

Sunday, Dec. 23 10:00 Service, Christmas Pageant.  A Christmas Pageant on screen, starring the debut performance of the Lovely L.U.C. Kids and Youth!  (They are so cute!)   Be ready to be amazed at the magic of the Christmas Story. 

Monday, Dec. 24 5:00 Service.   A Pop-Up Christmas Pageant with costumes and props and a real live Baby!  Be an angel, a shepherd or a Wise Man and help to tell the Christmas Story.  A Family Friendly Service.

Do you know of a young one who would like to join our L.U.C.K.Y. Club? We need your help to invite children to join our club.  Do you remember being in the Christmas Pageant when you were young?  Do you want other kids to share in the excitement of learning the Christmas story?  What a great opportunity to get the kids out of the house so the grown-ups can catch their breath.  Come to one Sunday or all.  Come to participate or watch.  Come to the Christmas Pageant on Sunday, Dec 23 or come on Christmas Eve at 5:00.  All are welcome! Questions?  Janet Layton 403-797-4075

Glamorgan Nursing Home: As in the past years we will be collecting Christmas gifts to be given to the residents of the Glamorgan Nursing Home.  Items such as socks, toiletries and gift cards from either Starbucks or 7/11 are welcome.  If you are giving gift cards please give them in the amount of $10.00.  The box for gifts will be in the Narthex until Dec. 15.  There are 56 residents at the home, two thirds of whom are male. Thank you - Fellowship & Caring Committee.

Advent book study: Has started on Nov. 29 at 1 pm, every Thursday until Dec. 20.  The book is “Down to Earth” by Mike Slaughter.  Please see Rev. Jope for any questions.

Dec 9 at 7:30 pm: A Corpus Christi Christmas – ticket $20 General Admission Featuring Corpus Christi Male Chorale and Guests Concert takes place at Lakeview United Church

Dec 11 at 7:30 pm: Westwinds Choirs at Lakeview – admission Food Bank Donation Westwinds Choirs & the LUC Choir perform wonderful choral pieces, carols for all with organ and piano.  Concert takes place at Lakeview United Church

Lakeview United Church needs a nEW Office Administrator:

* To give a warm welcome to the community and church members

* To provide Administrative, Communications and Bookkeeping Support for the congregation

*  Requires Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, Bookkeeping, Computer and Social Media skills

*  30-35 hours per week with benefits

*  Further information is available at lakeviewunitedchurch.ca

Wider Church

Dec 22 at 7:30pm: Cantare Chilren’s Choir – ticket $25 General Admission

Presents Trost…Solace at Knox United Church (506 – 4th Street SW)

Ticket: www.brownpapertickets.com

 

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Temp Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff 

Please visit our websites:

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca


Bulletin Announcements December 2, 2018

Lakeview United Church

Warming Up to Worship: Each Sunday a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers have been meeting before the Sunday service to discuss the day’s readings. If you want to explore how the wisdom in the ancient texts can be applied to our daily lives in the 21st century.  All are welcome!  Please join us at our new time of 9:15.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About")  Many thanks for this week’s Coffee Hosts: Mike and Linda, Jeanne and Shirley.

Seasonal Giving: your chance to be a blessing – REACHING OUT

We are in the season of giving and helping out those who are all less fortunate than most of us.  The Mitten Tree will be in the Fellowship Hall awaiting your donation of new mitts, scarves and hats.  Small sizes go to the Children’s Cottage and larger sizes to the Mustard seed.  There is a large “Sox and Jox  Santa Bag in the hall for donations of new underwear and socks for men and women at the Mustard Seed.  We invite you to bring food – stuffs or donations in envelopes for the Food Bank who are in constant need of help.  Gifts with Vision is another way to make a difference.  Catalogues are on the Narthex table.  Please take one if you wish.

Yes, Virginia, there is a Christmas Pageant!  Plans for the Christmas season with the “Lakeview United Church Kids and Youth Club” (LUCKY Club) are as follows:

First 3 Sundays in December 10:15 to 11:00 LUCKY Club

Children will listen to and re-enact the Christmas story, with costumes and props.  We will take pictures that will be used to create a PowerPoint presentation for the Christmas Eve 5:00 Service.  Everyone is welcome whether you will be available for the Pageant on Sunday, Dec. 23 or not. 

Sunday, Dec. 23 Christmas Pageant.  We will present a Pop-up Christmas Pageant with anyone (young or young at heart) using the script practiced on the Sundays before.  Fear not, no one needs to memorize lines or actions! 

Monday, Dec. 24 5:00 Service.  Messy Church.  Activities before the service, followed by the PowerPoint presentation of our Christmas Pageant.  Come and see our darling LUCKY Club kids!  (They are so cute!)   We need your help to invite children to join our club.  Do you remember being in the Christmas Pageant when you were young?  Do you want other kids to share in the excitement of learning the Christmas story?  What a great opportunity to get the kids out of the house so the grown-ups can catch their breath.  Come to one Sunday or all.  Come to participate or watch.  Come to the Christmas Pageant on Sunday, Dec 23 or come on Christmas Eve at 5:00.  All are welcome!

Questions?  Janet Layton: 403-797-4075

 Glamorgan Nursing Home: As in the past years we will be collecting Christmas gifts to be given to the residents of the Glamorgan Nursing Home.  Items such as socks, toiletries and gift cards from either Starbucks or 7/11 are welcome.  If you are giving gift cards please give them in the amount of $10.00.  The box for gifts will be in the Narthex until Dec. 15.  There are 56 residents at the home, two thirds of whom are male. Thank you - Fellowship & Caring Committee.

Christmas Plants 2019: This year the Board accepted to change the Christmas plants to “Kalanchoe” plants in red and white.  The cost is $15.00 each including tax – if you wish to buy one, please fill an envelope from the table in the Narthex on or before Dec. 2nd - You must pay in cash only (this is to reduce the work to the treasurer).  You can put this envelope in the collection plate.  The plants will be available on or before Dec. 15th.

Advent book study: Has started on Nov. 29 at 1 pm, every Thursday until Dec. 20.  The book is “Down to Earth” by Mike Slaughter.  Please see Rev. Jope for any questions.

Dec 9 at 7:30: A Corpus Christi Christmas – ticket $20 General Admission

Featuring Corpus Christi Male Chorale and Guests

Concert takes place at Lakeview United Church

Dec 11 at 7:30: Westwinds Choirs at Lakeview – admission Food Bank Donation

Westwinds Choirs & the LUC Choir perform wonderful choral pieces, carols for all with organ and piano.  Concert takes place at Lakeview United Church.

Wider Church

Dec 2: Red Carpet Series - Bell Epoque, handbell choir – concert free, lunch $7

Knox Presbyterian Church, 3704 – 37 Street SW (ww.knoxcalgary.ca)

Dec. 8 from 10 am to 4:30 pm: Camp Caravan presents Elves Workshop

Children in Preschool to Grade 6, join our Camp Caravan staff for a festive day of adventure.  Cost $30/child (includes lunch).  Location: St. Andrew’s Centre, 1-10601 Southport Rd. SW.  Register online at AndyChurch.org (403-259-4080)

Dec. 8 at 2pm: The Elf that Saved Christmas – admission by donation at the door

Presented by The Stampede City Chorus. Chapter Quartets and Special guest quartet: Harmony Katz.  Scarboro United Church, 134 Scarboro Ave SW

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Temp Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

Please visit our websites:

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca


Bulletin Announcements November 25, 2018

Lakeview United Church 

Warming Up to Worship: Each Sunday a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers have been meeting before the Sunday service to discuss the day’s readings. If you want to explore how the wisdom in the ancient texts can be applied to our daily lives in the 21st century, please join us. All are welcome!

Scheduling change: The discussions have been temporarily suspended until Sunday, Nov.25, 2018 when we will resume at our new time of 9:15.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About")  Many thanks for this week’s Coffee Hosts: Barb Penhale, Sandy B, Kurt and Chelsea

Seasonal Giving Kick off – Those in Need Socks ‘n Jox Box

Please donate new mens and womens socks and underwear for worthy clients of Calgary’s Mustard Seed.  The box will be in the Fellowship Hall till Dec. 16.  Thank you (Lesley Sedor – Reaching Out Committee.  403-242-1996)

Glamorgan Nursing Home: As in the past years we will be collecting Christmas gifts to be given to the residents of the Glamorgan Nursing Home.  Items such as socks, toiletries and gift cards from either Starbucks or 7/11 are welcome.  If you are giving gift cards please give them in the amount of $10.00.  The box for gifts will be in the Narthex until Dec. 15.  There are 56 residents at the home, two thirds of whom are male. Thank you - Fellowship & Caring Committee

Christmas Plants 2019: This year the Board accepted to change the Christmas plants to “Kalanchoe” plants in red and white.  The cost is $15.00 ea including tax – if you wish to buy one, please fill an envelope from the table in the Narthex on or before Dec. 2nd - You must pay in cash only (this is to reduce the work to the treasurer).  You can put this envelope in the collection plate.  The plants will be available on or before Dec. 15th.

 Advent book study: Begins Nov. 29 at 1 pm, every Thursday until Dec. 20.  The book is “Down to Earth” by Mike Slaughter.  Please see Rev. Jope for any questions.

Dec 9 at 7:30: A Corpus Christi Christmas – ticket $20 General Admission

Featuring Corpus Christi Male Chorale and Guests

Concert takes place at Lakeview United Church

Wider Church

Nov 26: Shared Stories of flourishing congregations 

From coast to coast there are stories of flourishing congregations. Hearing these stories can be a valuable way for us, and others, to be inspired and encouraged. Register today for a free and interactive Canadian gathering of Church and Denomination leaders across Christian traditions.  Learn and dialogue about 'Shared Stories of Promising Practices in Canadian Churches' on November 26, from 9 am to 4 pm at Ambrose University, Calgary. 

www.flourishingcongregations.org/national-gathering  

Flourishing Congregations Institute

150 Ambrose Circle SW, Calgary, AB T3H 0L5 (Ph.: 403-410-2000 ext 2979)

e-mail:  flourishingcongregations@ambrose.edu

Nov 28 – Dec 2 at 7:30 pm: Kodachrome – ticket $20-$25

Welcome to Colchester, a small town of dashed dreames, fervent hope and a history of longing.  A play about love, nostalgia, the seasons and how we learn to say good-bye

Presented by Fire Exit Theatre at Engineered Art Theatre (www.fireexit.ca)

Nov 30 from 7 – 9pm: Cannabis Presentation – free admission

It’s happening, is your family prepared?  How to help young people make an informed and responsible choice.

Lakeview Community Association, 6110 – 34th Street SW

To RSVP or for more info: http://youthlinkcalgary.com/crime-prevention/cannabiseducation

Dec. 8 from 10 am to 4:30 pm: Camp Caravan presents Elves Workshop

Cost $30/child, lunch provided.  Location: St. Andrew’s Centre, 1-10601 Southport Rd. SW.  Register online at AndyChurch.org (403-259-4080)

Dec. 8 at 2pm: The Elf that Saved Christmas – admission by donation at the door

Presented by The Stampede City Chorus. Chapter Quartets and Special guest quartet: Harmony Katz.  Scarboro United Church, 134 Scarboro Ave SW

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Temp Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

Please visit our website:

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca


Bulletin Announcements November 18, 2018

Lakeview United Church – Nov 18th, 2018

Warming Up to Worship: Each Sunday a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers have been meeting before the Sunday service to discuss the day’s readings. If you want to explore how the wisdom in the ancient texts can be applied to our daily lives in the 21st century, please join us. All are welcome! Scheduling change: The discussions have been temporarily suspended until Sunday, Nov.25, 2018 when we will resume at our new time of 9:15.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Choir: our thanks to the Corpus Christi Male Chorale, their Director Dan Bensler and accompanists Alma Sloboda, for blessing us musically this morning.  Join them for a wonderful Christmas Concert, Sunday evening, Dec. 9th.

Birthday: Please join us after the service today to celebrate Gordon Hill’s 95th birthday. Gordon was born on Remembrance Day. He flew with the RCAF during the war and always attends a service of remembrance on his birthday. Today you can congratulate him and perhaps hear a story or two about his flying experience during the war years.

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About")  Many thanks for this week’s Coffee Hosts: Ted and Nancy Prince, Barb Foster and Sue Spratt.

Seasonal Giving Kick off – Those in Need Socks ‘n Jox Box

Please donate new mens and womens socks and underwear for worthy clients of Calgary’s Mustard Seed.  The box will be in the Fellowship Hall till Dec. 16.  Thank you (Lesley Sedor – Reaching Out Committee.  403-242-1996)

Glamorgan Nursing Home: As in the past years we will be collecting Christmas gifts to be given to the residents of the Glamorgan Nursing Home.  Items such as socks, toiletries and gift cards from either Starbucks or -7/11 are welcome.  If you are giving gift cards please give them in the amount of $10.00.  The box for gifts will be in the Narthex until Dec. 15.  There are 56 residents at the home, two thirds of whom are male.

Christmas Plants 2019: This year the Board accepted to change the Christmas plants to “Kalanchoe” plants in red and white.  The cost is $15.00 ea including tax – if you wish to buy one, please fill an envelope from the table in the Narthex on or before Dec. 2nd - You must pay in cash only (this is to reduce the work to the treasurer).  You can put this envelope in the collection plate.  The plants will be available on or before Dec. 15th.

Healing Touch: St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry, the last date for this year is Nov 19.  To make an appointment or if you have questions please contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

 Nov 23: Weaselhead Presents Concert Series, presents Horizon Ridge –ticket $25 at the door.  Concert takes place at Lakeview United Church

Advent book study: Begins Nov. 29 at 1 pm, every Thursday until Dec. 20.  The book is “Down to Earth” by Mike Slaughter.  Please see Jope for any questions.

Wider Church

Nov. 24 from 10 – 4pm: Craft Fair – free admission 2 floors of quality crafts, concession available, Foothills United Church, 3803 – 69th St NW

 

Nov 24 from 5 – 7pm (sitting): 24th Annual Turkey Supper & Silent Auction Fundraiser Senior $20, Adults $25, Child (6-12) $13, child <6 free Deer Park United Church, 77 Deerpoint Road SE Reservation 403-278-8263 Contact: kiranmckee@dpuc.ca 

Nov 24 at 7pm: Love, Simon (movie night) – free will offering gratefully accepted Robert McClure United Church, 5510 – 26 Ave NE

Nov 26: Shared Stories of flourishing congregations 

From coast to coast there are stories of flourishing congregations. Hearing these stories can be a valuable way for us, and others, to be inspired and encouraged. Register today for a free and interactive Canadian gathering of Church and Denomination leaders across Christian traditions.  Learn and dialogue about 'Shared Stories of Promising Practices in Canadian Churches' on November 26, from 9 am to 4 pm at Ambrose University, Calgary. 

www.flourishingcongregations.org/national-gathering  

Flourishing Congregations Institute 150 Ambrose Circle SW, Calgary, AB T3H 0L5 (Ph.: 403-410-2000 ext 2979) e-mail:  flourishingcongregations@ambrose.edu

Nov 30 from 7 – 9pm: Cannabis Presentation – free admission

It’s happening, is your family prepared?  How to help young people make an informed and responsible choice. Lakeview Community Association, 6110 – 34th Street SW To RSVP or for more info: http://youthlinkcalgary.com/crime-prevention/cannabiseducation

WE ARE DOING OUR NEW DIRECTORY! COME AND JOIN US! When? December 6th, 7th & 8th, 2018 Thursday, Friday, & Saturday A table will be set up in the narthex after the service today for you to make an appointment.

You will have the opportunity to purchase additional portraits; however you are under no obligation. There will be a variety of portrait options offered to suit your needs. The photographer uses a fully digital state of the art system which will allow you to view your photographs right away!

Photos will be ready for Christmas giving. Everyone who participates in the program will receive a free pictorial directory.

The directory will be in full colour. Therefore we advise wearing brighter colours and long sleeves. This directory will not be complete without you. Please make your appointment today.

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Temp Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff 

Please visit our website:

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com and www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca


Bulletin Announcements November 11, 2018

Lakeview United Church

Warming Up to Worship: Each Sunday a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers have been meeting before the Sunday service to discuss the day’s readings. If you want to explore how the wisdom in the ancient texts can be applied to our daily lives in the 21st century, please join us. All are welcome!

Scheduling change: The discussions have been temporarily suspended until Sunday, Nov.25, 2018 when we will resume at our new time of 9:15.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Narthex or, you can conveniently sign up on the lakeviewunitedchurch.com website from the comfort of your home! (Find the link in the menu under "Who We Are" or "About")  Thank you for all your help!  

Souper Sunday: LUC Beavers-Cubs-Scouts_Ventures are in attendance at service, along with leaders and parents.  Thank you so much to Lorna, Sue, Connie, Jean, Barb P, Linda, Barb S, Louise, Gwen and Shelly who have prepared 10 pots of soup.

Seasonal Giving Kick off – Those in Need Socks ‘n Jocks Box

Please donate new mens and womens socks and underwear for worthy clients of Calgary’s Mustard Seed.  The box will be in the Narthex from Nov. 11 till Dec. 2.  Thank you (Lesley Sedor – Reaching Out Comm.  403-242-1996)

Healing Touch: St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry, the last date for this year is Nov 19.  To make an appointment or if you have questions please contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

Wider Church

Nov 13 – 18: Marda Loop Justice Film Festivals (www.justicefilmfestival.ca)

Nov 14: Life Stages Theatre presents Mii Other Woman @ Deer Park United – by donation

What would happen if memories that have gone missing come back for a visit?  A fun 45 minutes with puppets, original music and audience participation!

www.michellewarkentin.ca and www.lifestagetheatre.ca

Nov. 17, 2018 from 9 am – 3 pm: Northminster Christmas Craft Fair – free admission

Local artisans, cookies by the dozen, handmade crafts, sewing, knitting, woodcrafts and more. 

Northminster United Church: 3311 Centre Street North (Ph: 403 277 0322)

Nov. 16 from 4 – 7pm and Nov 17 & 18 from 1 – 7pm: 1st Annual Peace Village – free admission, light lunch available for purchase

 Nov 23: Weaselhead Presents Concert Series, presents Horizon Ridge –ticket $25 at the door.  Concert takes place at Lakeview United Church

Nov 26: Shared Stories of flourishing congregations 

From coast to coast there are stories of flourishing congregations. Hearing these stories can be a valuable way for us, and others, to be inspired and encouraged. Register today for a free and interactive Canadian gathering of Church and Denomination leaders across Christian traditions.  Learn and dialogue about 'Shared Stories of Promising Practices in Canadian Churches' on November 26, from 9 am to 4 pm at Ambrose University, Calgary. 

·         Preliminary findings from a recent national survey of Canadian congregations will be presented.

·         You will have the opportunity to participate in Panel conversations with leaders from flourishing churches, across denominations, including 

·         Bishop Don Bolen (Regina) on “Vital and Viable Congregations: Reaching Out – Together”, and 

·         April Yamasaki on “Congregations and Change: Inward, Outward, Godward”

·         This is a great opportunity to learn from and engage with other attendees.

www.flourishingcongregations.org/national-gathering  

Flourishing Congregations Institute

150 Ambrose Circle SW, Calgary, AB T3H 0L5 (Ph.: 403-410-2000 ext 2979)

email:  flourishingcongregations@ambrose.edu

 

WE ARE DOING OUR NEW DIRECTORY!

COME AND JOIN US!

When? December 6th, 7th & 8th, 2018 Thursday, Friday, & Saturday

A table will be set up in the narthex after the service today for you to make an appointment.

You will have the opportunity to purchase additional portraits; however you are under no obligation. There will be a variety of portrait options offered to suit your needs. The photographer uses a fully digital state of the art system which will allow you to view your photographs right away!

Photos will be ready for Christmas giving. Everyone who participates in the program will receive a free pictorial directory.

The directory will be in full colour. Therefore we advise wearing brighter colours and long sleeves.

This directory will not be complete without you. Please make your appointment today.

Lakeview United Church

Seeking Spiritual Renewal and Growth in a Caring, Affirming Community

lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Temp Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Community Engagement Coordinator: Jim Ripley 403-471-9002

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

 

Please visit our website:

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com

www.lakeviewunitechurch.ca


Bulletin Announcements November 4, 2018

Lakeview United Church – Nov 4th, 2018

Warming Up to Worship: Each Sunday a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers have been meeting before the Sunday service to discuss the day’s readings. If you want to explore how the wisdom in the ancient texts can be applied to our daily lives in the 21st century, please join us. All are welcome!

Scheduling change: The discussions have been temporarily suspended until Sunday, Nov.25, 2018 when we will resume at our new time of 9:15.

Nov. 11 – Souper Sunday: LUC Beavers-Cubs-Scouts_Ventures will be in attendance at service, along with leaders and parents.  We have soup makers who will prepare10 pots of soup to be enjoyed after worship.  Thanks for volunteering!!

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Evans and Gavelin! Thank you for all your help!

Healing Touch: St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry, the dates are Nov. 5 and 19.  To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

Wider Church

Nov 14: Life Stages Theatre presents Mii Other Woman at Deer Park United – admission by donation

What would happen if memories that have gone missing come back for a visit?  A fun 45 minutes with puppets, original music and audience participation!

www.michellewarkentin.ca

www.lifestagetheatre.ca

Nov. 17, 2018 from 9 am – 3 pm: Northminster Christmas Craft Fair – free admission

Local artisans, baking, cookies by the dozen, handmade crafts, sewing, knitting, woodcrafts and more. 

Northminster United Church: 3311 Centre Street North (Ph: 403 277 0322 

Cantaré Children’s Choir is honoured to invite you and your congregation to attend a special concert presentation to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Armistice which ended World War I.  FOR THE FALLEN, will take place on Saturday, November 10th at 3 PM at Knox United Church [506 – 4 Street SW].  The concert will feature music by Canadian composers Alexander Tilley, Mark Sirett, Ruth Watson Henderson with additional musical works by Z.


Bulletin Announcements October 28, 2018

Lakeview United Church

Nov. 11 – Souper Sunday: LUC Beavers-Cubs-Scouts_Ventures will be in attendance at service, along with leaders and parents.  We require 10 pots of soup to be enjoyed after worship.  Sign-up sheet is on Narthex table.  Thanks for volunteering.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:  

1. Finance & Facilities Chair    2. Faith Formation & Worship

NAMETAGS:  If you wish to purchase a nametag, please call Vivian McFarland at (403) 249-8513 by Sunday, Oct. 28.  Orders are placed spring and fall.  Nametags cost $8.25 + GST each, for either pin or strong magnet.

We Want to Hear Your Thoughts
Join the Rejuvenation Task Force after this Sunday's service for coffee and discussion.
How do we do better and what are your dreams for
Lakeview United Church going forward.
See You There!

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Or, Sign-up online at lakeviewunitedchurch.com Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Louise, Al & Eveleine! Thank you for all your help!

Healing Touch: at St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry.  To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

Wider Church

Nov. 17, 2018 from 9 am – 3 pm: Northminster Christmas Craft Fair – free admission Local artisans, baking, cookies by the dozen, handmade crafts, sewing, knitting, woodcrafts and more.  Northminster United Church: 3311 Centre Street North (Ph: 403 277 0322)

Cantaré Children’s Choir is honoured to invite you and your congregation to attend a special concert presentation to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Armistice which ended World War I.  FOR THE FALLEN, will take place on Saturday, November 10th at 3 PM at Knox United Church [506 – 4 Street SW].  The concert will feature music by Canadian composers Alexander Tilley, Mark Sirett, Ruth Watson Henderson with additional musical works by Z. Randall Stroope, John Lennon and Laura Farnell, The program will also include a selection of readings and poems written by WWI Poets and writers. Admission to this concert is free, but you are encouraged to reserve your ticket through EVENT BRITE [www.eventbrite.ca].  At the concert, we will ask those in attendance to make a donation to Homes for Heroes, a charity working to end homelessness among our Veteran population.

Lakeview United Church

Spiritual renewal and growth in a caring, affirming community.

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com   lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Council Chair: Daryl Sedor

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Temp Office Administrator: Eduarda Kristanto 403.242.5760

Community Engagement Coordinator: Jim Ripley 403-471-9002

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements October 7, 2018

Lakeview United Church – Oct 7, 2018

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair       

2. Faith Formation & Worship

NAMETAGS:  If you wish to purchase a nametag, please call Vivian McFarland at (403) 249-8513 by Sunday, Oct. 28.  Orders are placed spring and fall.  Nametags cost $8.25 + GST each, for either pin or strong magnet. 

LUC Volunteer Opportunities: The LUC is looking for someone to help out with the Marquee sign in front of the church! Interested? Also, can anyone help with office tasks, such as licensing our music on Sunday? Please email the office at lakeviewuc@telus.net or check out the sign-up sheet on the narthex table.

The Faith Journey Study Group meets Friday mornings at 9:30 for food and study in members’ homes. While we are presently reading the Gospel of Mark, we don’t necessarily do Bible study. We have read and discussed many books of faith and spirit such as “Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life” by Karen Armstrong, “The Heart of Christianity” by Marcus Borg, or”Between the Dark and the Daylight” by Joan Chittister. We decide among ourselves what to study. It is always interesting. After our summer break we will begin meeting again on Friday October 12. Newcomers are welcome. Come with your reading suggestions. Call Sue Spratt 403-242-7156 or email susanspratt27@gmail.com.

Warming Up To Worship: Warming up to Worship begins at 9:00-9:45 am before Sunday service in the downstairs Group Room (GR). We discuss each week’s readings and how we may apply them to our lives. All are welcome, so bring your bible and morning coffee, and join the conversation.

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY: meets next on Monday October 15 in the sanctuary 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM.  We are beginning a new study - the Gospel of Thomas, the sayings of Jesus. This is a gospel that didn't make it into the Bible.   If that interests you we would be very happy to welcome you into the group.  More information?  Call Gwen Jamieson 403- 249- 5655 or Gerry Scharff 403-242-1712

Wednesday Morning Bible Study: Starting Wednesday October 10th, at 10 am. This year’s book Luke and Acts.

Weaselhead Concert Presents!! Big Little Lions concert on Friday October 26, 2018 at 7:30 pm, Lakeview United Church

Singers & Players: We are gathering musical forces for the coming year and would love to have you be part of our music team here at Lakeview United Church. Interested? Please speak with our Music Director Marie Taylor or call the church office. Choir rehearsals begin Thursday September 13 at 7 pm.

Wider Church

PossABilities Odd Job Crew: Reclaim your free time and let us do your odd jobs. Our work crew includes 3 adult special-needs individuals and a crew supervisor: Home cleaning | Yard work | Painting | Basement cleaning | Closet organization | Packing | Shed organization | Wall washing | Anything else just ask. Email possabilities.ab@gmail.com for more details.

Saturday, October 20, 2018 Robert McClure United Church Presents: An Appetite for Music: Food for the Body and Music for the Soul. The BarberEllas Part traditional, part sass, acapella group that brings joy and barbershop to old standards. The Pigs & Blues Band Featuring: Local Calgary musicians from When Pigs Fly & 4Achers Blues Band joined together to donate their talents to help support Robert McClure & community programming Beef Dinner 5:30 - 6:30 pm Concert 6:45 pm Advanced Tickets Adults $30 Seniors $25 At the Door Adults $35 Seniors $30, 5510 - 26 Avenue NE, 403-280-9500

Celebration Gala: Come help us celebrate the life and ministry of Calgary Presbytery, which will conclude at year end. The Gala will take place on Saturday, December 1st, 5 to 9 pm, at the Coast Plaza Hotel, 1316 33rd St, NE. The evening includes dinner, displays, and entertainment by the HeeBee JeeBees. Cost is $30 per person. Tickets on sale until November 15th. Go to eventbright: https://presyber-gala.evetnbrite.ca or email uchurch@telus.net or call (403) 287-0375.

 Lakeview United Church Spiritual renewal and growth in a caring, affirming community. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com   lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 403-242-5760 Council Chair: Daryl Sedor Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403-831-2117 Office Administrator: Rupal Srivastava 403-242-5760 Community Engagement Coordinator: Jim Ripley 403-471-9002 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements September 30, 2018

Lakeview United Church – Sept. 30, 2018

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities: 1. Finance & Facilities Chair        2. Faith Formation & Worship

 LUC Volunteer Opportunities: The LUC is looking for someone to help out with the Marquee sign in front of the church! Interested? Also, can anyone help with office tasks, such as licensing our music on Sunday? Please email the office at lakeviewuc@telus.net or check out the sign-up sheet on the narthex table.

 The Faith Journey Study Group meets Friday mornings at 9:30 for food and study in members’ homes. While we are presently reading the Gospel of Mark, we don’t necessarily do Bible study. We have read and discussed many books of faith and spirit such as “Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life” by Karen Armstrong, “The Heart of Christianity” by Marcus Borg, or”Between the Dark and the Daylight” by Joan Chittister. We decide among ourselves what to study. It is always interesting. After our summer break we will begin meeting again on Friday October 12. Newcomers are welcome. Come with your reading suggestions. Call Sue Spratt 403-242-7156 or email susanspratt27@gmail.com.

 Warming Up To Worship: Warming up to Worship begins at 9:00-9:45 am before Sunday service in the downstairs Group Room (GR). We discuss each week’s readings and how we may apply them to our lives. All are welcome, so bring your bible and morning coffee, and join the conversation.

 Coffee & Conversion: Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Linda & Diane. Thank you for all your help!

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY: meets next on Monday October 15 in the sanctuary 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM.  We are beginning a new study - the Gospel of Thomas, the sayings of Jesus. This is a gospel that didn't make it into the Bible.   If that interests you we would be very happy to welcome you into the group.  More information?  Call Gwen Jamieson 403- 249- 5655 or Gerry Scharff 403-242-1712

Wednesday Morning Bible Study: Starting Wednesday October 10th, at 10 am. This year’s book Luke and Acts.

Singers & Players: We are gathering musical forces for the coming year and would love to have you be part of our music team here at Lakeview United Church. Interested? Please speak with our Music Director Marie Taylor or call the church office. Choir rehearsals begin Thursday September 13 at 7 pm.

Wider Church

PossABilities Odd Job Crew: Reclaim your free time and let us do your odd jobs. Our work crew includes 3 adult special-needs individuals and a crew supervisor: Home cleaning | Yard work | Painting | Basement cleaning | Closet organization | Packing | Shed organization | Wall washing | Anything else just ask. Email possabilities.ab@gmail.com for more details.

The Red Carpet Concert Series at Knox Presbyterian Church (3704 37th Street SW): The next performance will take place on October 5, at noon, featuring the Oberon Guitar Trio. The concert is free, the lunch is $7.00 per person. Donations are welcome.

Saturday, October 20, 2018 Robert McClure United Church Presents: An Appetite for Music: Food for the Body and Music for the Soul. The BarberEllas Part traditional, part sass, acapella group that brings joy and barbershop to old standards. The Pigs & Blues Band Featuring: Local Calgary musicians from When Pigs Fly & 4Achers Blues Band joined together to donate their talents to help support Robert McClure & community programming Beef Dinner 5:30 - 6:30 pm Concert 6:45 pm Advanced Tickets Adults $30 Seniors $25 At the Door Adults $35 Seniors $30, 5510 - 26 Avenue NE, 403-280-9500

Celebration Gala: Come help us celebrate the life and ministry of Calgary Presbytery, which will conclude at year end. The Gala will take place on Saturday, December 1st, 5 to 9 pm, at the Coast Plaza Hotel, 1316 33rd St, NE. The evening includes dinner, displays, and entertainment by the HeeBee JeeBees. Cost is $30 per person. Tickets on sale until November 15th. Go to eventbright: https://presyber-gala.evetnbrite.ca or email uchurch@telus.net or call (403) 287-0375.

 

Lakeview United Church Spiritual renewal and growth in a caring, affirming community. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com   lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 403-242-5760 Council Chair: Daryl Sedor Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403-831-2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403-242-5760 Community Engagement Coordinator: Jim Ripley 403-471-9002 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements September 23, 2018

Lakeview United Church – Sept. 23, 2018 – Welcome Tony Snow

Condolences: Please hold in your hearts and prayers the McCrae family. Dave McCrae passed away on Sunday August 26, 2018. Funeral Services will be on Thursday Sep. 27 at 2 pm, Fishcreek McInnis & Holloway.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities: 1. Finance & Facilities Chair        2. Faith Formation & Worship

LUC Volunteer Opportunities: The LUC is looking for someone to help out with the Marquee sign in front of the church! Interested? Also, can anyone help with office tasks, such as licensing our music on Sunday? Please email the office at lakeviewuc@telus.net or check out the sign-up sheet on the narthex table.

The Faith Journey Study Group meets Friday mornings at 9:30 for food and study in members’ homes. While we are presently reading the Gospel of Mark, we don’t necessarily do Bible study. We have read and discussed many books of faith and spirit such as “Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life” by Karen Armstrong, “The Heart of Christianity” by Marcus Borg, or”Between the Dark and the Daylight” by Joan Chittister. We decide among ourselves what to study. It is always interesting. After our summer break we will begin meeting again on Friday October 12. Newcomers are welcome. Come with your reading suggestions. Call Sue Spratt 403-242-7156 or email susanspratt27@gmail.com.

Warming Up To Worship: Warming up to Worship begins at 9:00-9:45 am before Sunday service in the downstairs Group Room (GR). We discuss each week’s readings and how we may apply them to our lives. All are welcome, so bring your bible and morning coffee, and join the conversation.

Coffee & Conversion: Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Sandy & Barb. Thank you for all your help!

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY: Study sessions begin at the church on Sept 24 at 9:30 AM.  We are currently studying the book of Matthew and will be working on chapter 27 at that session.  New members are very welcome to come and to try us out.  For more info call Gwen at 403 249 5655  

Wednesday Morning Bible Study: Starting Wednesday October 10th, at 10 am. This year’s book Luke and Acts.

Singers & Players: We are gathering musical forces for the coming year and would love to have you be part of our music team here at Lakeview United Church. Interested? Please speak with our Music Director Marie Taylor or call the church office. Choir rehearsals begin Thursday September 13 at 7 pm.

 Wider Church

PossABilities Odd Job Crew: Reclaim your free time and let us do your odd jobs. Our work crew includes 3 adult special-needs individuals and a crew supervisor: Home cleaning | Yard work | Painting | Basement cleaning | Closet organization | Packing | Shed organization | Wall washing | Anything else just ask. Email possabilities.ab@gmail.com for more details.

Mexican Fiesta Sep. 22, PossABilities Family Services Event: Please join us September 22 at Lakeview United Church DOORS OPEN AND DRINKS AT 5PM DINNER SERVED AT 6PM. AMY HEF APPEARING AT 7 PM WITH THE POSSABILITIES DRUMMERS. Dinner and show $20 per person - $10 for support staff & kids. Just the Show with coffee and dessert - $12.00. Call possABilities @ 403-561-6775 to get your tickets.

 Brave Spaces is here! A time to be curious, open, and to explore what inclusivity looks and feels like, beyond the words. Join us in Calgary for a special one-night-only show, and a day full of workshops, great food, and more!

  • Sep 28, Friday night: Certified at 7 p.m.

  • Sep 29, Saturday - Keynote and workshops: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Morning and afternoon refreshments and a full lunch will be available on Saturday. Tickets: $20 for Certified only | $70 for Certified and full day Conference $60 for full day Conference only. Please email us at bravespaces@mcdunited.com and we will be happy to help!

Save the Dates! Nov. 13-18, 2018 - Marda Loop Justce Film Festival. Film Screenings related to Environmental Conservation at the Festival! Full Festival Schedule to be announced mid-October!

Celebration Gala: Come help us celebrate the life and ministry of Calgary Presbytery, which will conclude at year end. The Gala will take place on Saturday, December 1st, 5 to 9 pm, at the Coast Plaza Hotel, 1316 33rd St, NE. The evening includes dinner, displays, and entertainment by the HeeBee JeeBees. Cost is $30 per person. Tickets on sale until November 15th. Go to eventbright: https://presyber-gala.evetnbrite.ca or email uchurch@telus.net or call (403) 287

Lakeview United Church Spiritual renewal and growth in a caring, affirming community. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com   lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Daryl Sedor Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Community Engagement Coordinator: Jim Ripley 403-471-9002 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements September 16, 2018

Lakeview United Church – Sept. 16, 2018

Condolences: Please hold in your hearts and prayers the McCrae family. Dave McCrae passed away on Sunday August 26, 2018. Funeral Services will be announced shortly.

Next LUC Council Meeting – Sep 19, @ 7pm - Join Us! The next LUC Council will be meeting on September 19 from 7 – 9 pm in the downstairs boardroom. Come, learn about the vital work that is going on behind the scenes in your Church; everyone is welcome to attend!

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities: 1. Finance & Facilities Chair         2. Faith Formation & Worship

LUC Volunteer Opportunities: The LUC is looking for someone to help out with the Marquee sign in front of the church! Interested? Also, can anyone help with office tasks? Please email the office at lakeviewuc@telus.net or check out the sign-up sheet on the narthex table.

 Warming Up To Worship: Warming up to Worship begins at 9:00-9:45 am before Sunday service in the downstairs Group Room (GR). We discuss each week’s readings and how we may apply them to our lives. All are welcome, so bring your bible and morning coffee, and join the conversation.

 A Friendly Kitchen Reminder for all. The Hobart in the Upper Hall Kitchen is NOT a dishwasher; dishes MUST be washed and rinsed before they go through the sterilizer! Our renters have had consistently un-washed cups and dishes with leftover food on them. If you use the kitchen, please clean-up! Also, please empty the compost bin every Sunday. Thank you all so much for your cooperation.

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY: Study sessions begin at the church on Sept 24 at 9:30 AM.  We are currently studying the book of Matthew and will be working on chapter 27 at that session.  New members are very welcome to come and to try us out.  For more info call Gwen at 403 249 5655  

Wednesday Morning Bible Study: Starting Wednesday October 10th, at 10 am. This year’s book Luke and Acts.

Singers & Players: We are gathering musical forces for the coming year and would love to have you be part of our music team here at Lakeview United Church. Interested? Please speak with our Music Director Marie Taylor or call the church office. Choir rehearsals begin Thursday September 13 at 7 pm.

Wider Church

PossABilities Odd Job Crew: Reclaim your free time and let us do your odd jobs. Our work crew includes 3 adult special-needs individuals and a crew supervisor: Home cleaning | Yard work | Painting | Basement cleaning | Closet organization | Packing | Shed organization | Wall washing | Anything else just ask. Email possabilities.ab@gmail.com for more details.

Mexican Fiesta Sep. 22, PossABilities Family Services Event: Please join us September 22 at Lakeview United Church DOORS OPEN AND DRINKS AT 5PM

DINNER SERVED AT 6PM. AMY HEF APPEARING AT 7 PM WITH THE POSSABILITIES DRUMMERS. Dinner and show $20 per person - $10 for support staff & kids. Just the Show with coffee and dessert - $12.00. Call possABilities @ 403-561-6775 to get your tickets

Brave Spaces is here! A time to be curious, open, and to explore what inclusivity looks and feels like, beyond the words. Join us in Calgary for a special one-night-only show, and a day full of workshops, great food, and more!

  • Sep 28, Friday night: Certified at 7 p.m.

  • Sep 29, Saturday - Keynote and workshops: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Morning and afternoon refreshments and a full lunch will be available on Saturday.

Tickets: $20 for Certified only | $70 for Certified and full day Conference | $60 for full day Conference only. Please email us at bravespaces@mcdunited.com and we will be happy to help!

Deer Park is pleased to announce that facilitator, Debbie Jegen, will be leading a series of four Enneagram workshops in October. The Enneagram is a powerful tool for understanding ourselves and others. All are welcome to attend! Cost for all four workshops is $25. For more information, or to register, please contact the Deer Park Office.

Save the Dates! Nov. 13-18, 2018 - Marda Loop Justce Film Festival. Film Screenings related to Environmental Conservation at the Festival! Full Festival Schedule to be announced mid-October!

Lakeview United Church Spiritual renewal and growth in a caring, affirming community. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com   lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 403-242-5760 Council Chair: Daryl Sedor Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403-831-2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403-242-5760 Community Engagement Coordinator: Jim Ripley 403-471-9002 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff



Bulletin Announcements September 9, 2018

Lakeview United Church – Sandwich Sunday Sep 9, 2018

Condolences: Please hold in your hearts and prayers the McCrae family. Dave McCrae passed away on Sunday August 26, 2018. Funeral Services will be announced shortly.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Finance & Facilities Chair       

2. Faith Formation & Worship

LUC Volunteer Opportunities: The LUC is looking for someone to help out with the Marquee sign in front of the church! Interested? Email the office at lakeviewuc@telus.net or check out the sign-up sheet in the office.

Warming Up To Worship begins Today: Warming up to Worship begins at 9:00-9:45 am before Sunday service. We discuss each week’s readings and how we may apply them to our lives. All are welcome, so bring your bible and morning coffee, and join the conversation. If it is warm enough, we will meet outside by the Peace Pole

A Friendly Kitchen Reminder for all. The Hobart in the Upper Hall Kitchen is NOT a dishwasher; dishes MUST be washed and rinsed before they go through the sterilizer! Our renters have had consistently un-washed cups and dishes with leftover food on them. If you use the kitchen, please clean-up! Also, please empty the compost bin every Sunday. We are finding it gets mouldy quickly in the heat. Thank you all so much for your cooperation. MONDAY

MORNING BIBLE STUDY: Study sessions begin at the church on Sept 24 at 9:30 AM.  We are currently studying the book of Matthew and will be working on chapter 27 at that session.  New members are very welcome to come and to try us out.  For more info call Gwen at 403 249 5655  

Wednesday Morning Bible Study: Starting Wednesday October 10th, at 10 am. This year’s book Luke and Acts.

Singers & Players: We are gathering musical forces for the coming year and would love to have you be part of our music team here at Lakeview United Church. Interested? Please speak with our Music Director Marie Taylor or call the church office. Choir rehearsals begin Thursday September 13 at 7 pm.

Wider Church

Wednesday, September 12th, Ploughshares’ Monthly Education Meeting: What is Restorative Justice? 7:00 pm at Parkdale United Church, 2919 – 8 Avenue NW

PossABilities Odd Job Crew: Reclaim your free time and let us do your odd jobs. Our work crew includes 3 adult special-needs individuals and a crew supervisor: Home cleaning | Yard work | Painting | Basement cleaning | Closet organization | Packing | Shed organization | Wall washing | Anything else just ask. Email possabilities.ab@gmail.com for more details.

Garlic Fair and Grower s' Exchange Saturday, September 22, 3:00 to 6:00 pm, Golden Acre Home & Garden, 620 Goddard Avenue NE

Cost: FREE Society members, $5 non-members. Enjoy the Garlic Fair! There will be speakers, workshops and vendors; music, food and drink; and don't forget garlic! Lots and lots of garlic for sale.

Conscious Aging - Wednesday afternoons September 12 through to November 7 at Wild Rose United Church. Seasoned participants 55 years and older are yearning to engage in dialogue together on abundant life concerns. They are looking for guidance, meaning making, connection, and community to help strengthen themselves in their last trimester of life. The Edge Foundation sponsors Spiritual Health and the Wellness Hub at Wild Rose United Church. Please apply through Barbara Grant at Barbara@wildroseunited.ca. Registration $100.00 (Registration Fee)-- Please follow the registration process on the Wild Rose website. Those who do not use the internet are encouraged to register in person at the office of Wild Rose United Church. Contact Barbara Grant at Barbara@wildroseunited.ca for more information.

The Body Speaks Workshop - September 22nd at FCJ Centre

Brave Spaces is here! A time to be curious, open, and to explore what inclusivity looks and feels like, beyond the words. Join us in Calgary for a special one-night-only show, and a day full of workshops, great food, and more!

  • Sep 28, Friday night: Certified at 7 p.m.

  • Sep 29, Saturday - Keynote and workshops: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Morning and afternoon refreshments and a full lunch will be available on Saturday.

Tickets: $20 for Certified only | $70 for Certified and full day Conference | $60 for full day Conference only. Group discounts available. We value accessibility and have strived to make ticket prices reasonable. If you would like to attend but funds are prohibitive, please email us at bravespaces@mcdunited.com and we will be happy to help!

Lakeview United Church Spiritual renewal and growth in a caring, affirming community. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com   lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Daryl Sedor Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Community Engagement Coordinator: Jim Ripley 403-471-9002 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements September 2, 2018

Lakeview United Church – Sept. 2, 2018

Condolences: Please hold in your hearts and prayers the McCrae family. Dave McCrae passed away on Sunday August 26, 2018. Funeral Services will be announced shortly.

 LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities: 1. Finance & Facilities Chair        2. Faith Formation & Worship

 LUC Volunteer Opportunities: The LUC is looking for someone to help out with the Marquee sign in front of the church for the rest of August and September! Interested? Email the office at lakeviewuc@telus.net or check out the sign-up sheet in the office.

 Warming Up To Worship begins September 9th: Warming up to Worship begins at 9:00-9:45 am before Sunday service. We discuss each week’s readings and how we may apply them to our lives. All are welcome, so bring your bible and morning coffee, and join the conversation. If it is warm enough, we will meet outside by the Peace Pole

 Coffee and Conversation: Has it been a while since last you hosted Sunday “Coffee and Conversation”? This is a time very much enjoyed and appreciated. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for YOU. Thank you to Beckie & Roger, Nancy & Ron Sunday’s Coffee and Conversation hosts!

 Sandwich Sunday, September 9th: Will you volunteer to make a loaf of sandwiches to be grilled? Or perhaps, you would prefer to make an open faced sandwich. The sign-up sheet is on the narthex table. We look forward to seeing the variety we will have!

 A Friendly Kitchen Reminder for all. The Hobart in the Upper Hall Kitchen is NOT a dishwasher; dishes MUST be washed and rinsed before they go through the sterilizer! Our renters have had consistently un-washed cups and dishes with leftover food on them. If you use the kitchen, please clean-up! Also, please empty the compost bin every Sunday. We are finding it gets mouldy quickly in the heat. Thank you all so much for your cooperation.

 Wednesday Morning Bible Study: Starting Wednesday October 10th, at 10 am. This year’s book Luke and Acts.

Wider Church

PossABilities Odd Job Crew: Reclaim your free time and let us do your odd jobs. Our work crew includes 3 adult special-needs individuals and a crew supervisor: Home cleaning | Yard work | Painting | Basement cleaning | Closet organization | Packing | Shed organization | Wall washing | Anything else just ask. Email possabilities.ab@gmail.com for more details.

 Marda Loop Justice Film Festival, justREEL FILM SERIES presents: Family Shots (Eingeimpft), 7:00PM, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018, River Park Auditorium, 3818 14a St SW Calgary, AB. FREE ADMISSION

Garlic Fair and Grower s' Exchange Saturday, September 22, 3:00 to 6:00 pm, Golden Acre Home & Garden, 620 Goddard Avenue NE Cost: FREE Society members, $5 non-members. Enjoy the Garlic Fair! There will be speakers, workshops and vendors; music, food and drink; and don't forget garlic! Lots and lots of garlic for sale.

 Conscious Aging - Wednesday afternoons September 12 through to November 7 at Wild Rose United Church. Seasoned participants 55 years and older are yearning to engage in dialogue together on abundant life concerns. They are looking for guidance, meaning making, connection, and community to help strengthen themselves in their last trimester of life. The Edge Foundation sponsors Spiritual Health and the Wellness Hub at Wild Rose United Church. Please apply through Barbara Grant at Barbara@wildroseunited.ca. Registration $100.00 (Registration Fee)-- Please follow the registration process on the Wild Rose website. Those who do not use the internet are encouraged to register in person at the office of Wild Rose United Church. Contact Barbara Grant at Barbara@wildroseunited.ca for more information.

The Body Speaks Workshop - September 22nd at FCJ Centre

 September 22, 9 am to noon at the Alberta Bible College: Intensive interactive Bible study with Dr. Stanley N. Helton, Professor of New Testament & President of ABC. Contact snhelton@abccampus.ca for more information.

 Lakeview United Church Spiritual renewal and growth in a caring, affirming communi www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com   lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Daryl Sedor Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Community Engagement Coordinator: Jim Ripley 403-471-9002 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements August 26, 2018

Lakeview United Church – Aug 26, 2018

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities: 1. Finance & Facilities Chair        2. Faith Formation & Worship

 LUC Volunteer Opportunities: The LUC is looking for someone to help out with the Marquee sign in front of the church for the rest of August and September! Interested? Email the office at lakeviewuc@telus.net or check out the sign-up sheet in the office.

 Coffee and Conversation: Has it been a while since last you hosted Sunday “Coffee and Conversation”? This is a time very much enjoyed and appreciated. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for YOU. Thank you to Gwen & Lesley Sunday’s Coffee and Conversation hosts!

 Sandwich Sunday, September 9th: Will you volunteer to make a loaf of sandwiches to be grilled? Or perhaps, you would prefer to make an open faced sandwich. The sign-up sheet is on the narthex table. We look forward to seeing the variety we will have!

 A Friendly Kitchen Reminder for all. The Hobart in the Upper Hall Kitchen is NOT a dishwasher; dishes MUST be washed and rinsed before they go through the sterilizer! Our renters have had consistently un-washed cups and dishes with leftover food on them. If you use the kitchen, please clean-up! Also, please empty the compost bin every Sunday. We are finding it gets mouldy quickly in the heat. Thank you all so much for your cooperation.

 Wider Church

We would like to ask you to join us for a Habitat Interfaith Build Project Action Lunch on August 30th, 2018 at noon at Beth Tzedec Congregation (1325 Glenmore Tr. SW).  The agenda will focus on: ·       Sharing success stories ·       Designing a Habitat Interfaith Build Project Campaign for your congregation ·       Setting up Build Days ·       Providing resources for your effort Please rsvp for the August 30th action lunch!  We are available to answer any questions or concerns as well as to receive suggestions and ideas to complete our final phase. Looking forward to working together soon, Rabbi Shaul Osadchey                        Bishop Greg KerrWilson rabbi@bethtzedec.ca                       gkerrwilson@calgary.anglican.ca 403-255-8688                                      587-227-0668

 Marda Loop Justice Film Festival, justREEL FILM SERIES presents: Family Shots (Eingeimpft), 7:00PM, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018, River Park Auditorium, 3818 14a St SW Calgary, AB. FREE ADMISSION

Garlic Fair and Grower s' Exchange Saturday, September 22, 3:00 to 6:00 pm, Golden Acre Home & Garden, 620 Goddard Avenue NE Cost: FREE Society members, $5 non-members. Enjoy the Garlic Fair! There will be speakers, workshops and vendors; music, food and drink; and don't forget garlic! Lots and lots of garlic for sale.

Conscious Aging - Wednesday afternoons September 12 through to November 7 at Wild Rose United Church. Seasoned participants 55 years and older are yearning to engage in dialogue together on abundant life concerns. They are looking for guidance, meaning making, connection, and community to help strengthen themselves in their last trimester of life. The Edge Foundation sponsors Spiritual Health and the Wellness Hub at Wild Rose United Church. Please apply through Barbara Grant at Barbara@wildroseunited.ca. Registration $100.00 (Registration Fee)-- Please follow the registration process on the Wild Rose website. Those who do not use the internet are encouraged to register in person at the office of Wild Rose United Church. Contact Barbara Grant at Barbara@wildroseunited.ca for more information.

The Body Speaks Workshop - September 22nd at FCJ Centre

 

Lakeview United Church Spiritual renewal and growth in a caring, affirming community. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com   lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Daryl Sedor Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Community Engagement Coordinator: Jim Ripley 403-471-9002 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements August 19, 2018

Lakeview United Church – Aug 19, 2018

 Thanks to all who were part of our Annual Summer Potluck – a time of food, fun and fellowship. A special thank you to Jeanne Butterworth for making Summer Potluck a wonderful and special event.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities: 1. Finance & Facilities Chair        2. Faith Formation & Worship

Luc Volunteer Opportunities: The LUC is looking for someone to help out with the Marquee sign in front of the church for the rest of August and September! Interested? Email the office at lakeviewuc@telus.net or check out the sign-up sheet in the office.

 Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you. Thank you to Nan & Murray Rose! Mark your calendar to join us later for upcoming “coffee and conversation” special events:

 A Friendly Kitchen Reminder for all. The Hobart in the Upper Hall Kitchen is NOT a dishwasher; dishes MUST be washed and rinsed before they go through the sterilizer! Our renters have had consistently un-washed cups and dishes with leftover food on them. If you use the kitchen, please clean-up! Also, please empty the compost bin every Sunday. We are finding it gets mouldy quickly in the heat. Thank you all so much for your cooperation.

 Wider Church

We would like to ask you to join us for a Habitat Interfaith Build Project Action Lunch on August 30th, 2018 at noon at Beth Tzedec Congregation (1325 Glenmore Tr. SW).  The agenda will focus on: ·       Sharing success stories ·       Designing a Habitat Interfaith Build Project Campaign for your congregation ·       Setting up Build Days ·       Providing resources for your effort

Please rsvp for the August 30th action lunch!  We are available to answer any questions or concerns as well as to receive suggestions and ideas to complete our final phase. Looking forward to working together soon,

Rabbi Shaul Osadchey                        Bishop Greg Kerr-Wilson rabbi@bethtzedec.ca                 gkerrwilson@calgary.anglican.ca 403-255-8688                                      587-227-0668

 Marda Loop Justice Film Festival, justREEL FILM SERIES presents: Family Shots (Eingeimpft), 7:00PM, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018, River Park Auditorium, 3818 14a St SW Calgary, AB. FREE ADMISSION

Garlic Fair and Grower s' Exchange Saturday, September 22, 3:00 to 6:00 pm, Golden Acre Home & Garden, 620 Goddard Avenue NE Cost: FREE Society members, $5 non-members. Enjoy the Garlic Fair! There will be speakers, workshops and vendors; music, food and drink; and don't forget garlic! Lots and lots of garlic for sale.

 Conscious Aging - Wednesday afternoons September 12 through to November 7 at Wild Rose United Church. Seasoned participants 55 years and older are yearning to engage in dialogue together on abundant life concerns. They are looking for guidance, meaning making, connection, and community to help strengthen themselves in their last trimester of life. The Edge Foundation sponsors Spiritual Health and the Wellness Hub at Wild Rose United Church. Please apply through Barbara Grant at Barbara@wildroseunited.ca. Registration $100.00 (Registration Fee)-- Please follow the registration process on the Wild Rose website. Those who do not use the internet are encouraged to register in person at the office of Wild Rose United Church. Contact Barbara Grant at Barbara@wildroseunited.ca for more information.

The Body Speaks Workshop - September 22nd at FCJ Centre

 Lakeview United Church Spiritual renewal and growth in a caring, affirming community. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com   lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Daryl Sedor Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Community Engagement Coordinator: Jim Ripley 403-471-9002 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements August 12, 2018

Lakeview United Church – Aug 12, 2018

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities: 1. Finance & Facilities Chair         2. Faith Formation & Worship

 Luc Volunteer Opportunities: The LUC is looking for someone to help out with the Marquee sign in front of the church for the rest of August and September! Interested? Email the office at lakeviewuc@telus.net or check out the sign-up sheet in the office.

 Condolences to the family and friends of Josephine “Marion” Jorgensen, who passed away on Monday July 23rd. Her memorial service is to be held August 14 at 2:00 PM at Scarboro United Church (134 Scarboro Ave SW, Calgary, AB T3C 2H1A). In addition, a tree will be planted in her honour at Fish Creek Provincial Park. Condolences may be forwarded through www.mcinnisandholloway.com

 Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you. Thank you to Heather Mayers & Jean Scott! Mark your calendar to join us later for upcoming “coffee and conversation” special events:

 A Friendly Kitchen Reminder for all. The Hobart in the Upper Hall Kitchen is NOT a dishwasher; dishes MUST be washed and rinsed before they go through the sterilizer! Our renters have had consistently un-washed cups and dishes with leftover food on them. If you use the kitchen, please clean-up! Also, please empty the compost bin every Sunday. We are finding it gets mouldy quickly in the heat. Thank you all so much for your cooperation.

 Wider Church

Liturgical Meanings in Stained glass! Are you looking for a more hands on approach to understanding religious imagery, history and iconography? St Mary’s University is offering a 6-week Fall series hands-on studio course on Liturgical Meanings in Stained Glass. For $250 (includes supplies) + GST St Mary’s is offering a safe and inviting studio space on campus where individuals will not only explore patterns, cutting, leading and sealing glass, but also learn about glass and safe handling, discover connection with stained Glass and design and craft 2 Stained Glass panels. Occurs 9:30AM-12:30PM. Saturday Sept 22, 29, Oct. 13, 20, 27, & Nov.3, 2018. For more info and registration contact Elizabeth.cressman@stmu.ca

Hillhurst United Church is taking their LGBTQ2+ Faith group “Something Completely Different” (SCD) out into the community, opening it up for allies, and they’re calling it “Something Totally Out-There” (STO). On August 14th join Hillhurst’s “Something Totally Out-There group for  Shakespeare by the Bow! Directions: Meet in front of Hillhurst United Church between 5:45 and 6:00pm to walk over together to Princess Island park to arrive at 6:30 in order to get good spots on the grass. Feel free however to meet at Princess Island Directly before 7:00pm

Look for the Hillhurst United Church Flag on the lawn! Some snacks will be provided, but please feel free to bring snacks and refreshments of your own to share with each other! Please bring a blanket, towel, pillow, or anything else you need to feel comfortable to sit on the grass for a 90 minute performance. Admission is pay what you will.

 Indigenous Voices, Stories of THIS Land: Come to the Fire. Join facilitators Casey Eagle Speaker, Michelle Scot and Tamara Le-Anne Cardinal around the fire with a potluck lunch on a summer’s day to share in ceremony and uncover very local indigenous stories that few have heard in current times. Time will also be spent indoors at the Aisinna’kiikas Exhibit with curator Tamara Le-Anne Cardinal and outside on a walking tour of the campus. August 15 2018 at St. Mary’s University 145000 Bannister Road SE, Calgary $75/Person, For more info contact Elizabeth Cressman Elizabeth.cressman@stmu.ca

 Lakeview United Church Spiritual renewal and growth in a caring, affirming community. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com   lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Daryl Sedor Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Community Engagement Liaison: Joan Wilson lakeviewstudent@telus.net Community Engagement Coordinator: Jim Ripley 403-471-9002 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements August 5, 2018

Lakeview United Church – Aug 5th, 2018

 LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities: 1. Finance & Facilities Chair         2. Faith Formation & Worship

 Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you. Thank you to Heather Mayers & Jean Scott! Mark your calendar to join us later for upcoming “coffee and conversation” special events: 

Aug. 12 – Summer Potluck

 Want to spend an evening painting happy little trees and finding freedom on your canvas as a creator? Join Lakeview United Church on August 10th at 7PM for a Bob Ross paint along! $5 per person or a $15 family price (two adults and two children) will cover canvas, brushes and paint! All ages and abilities welcome! Pay at the door! Coffee, Tea, Water and Juice will be provided with other beverages and snacks available for purchase! (Cash only please!). The best part? You get to take your artwork home with you! This is a Nut Free Event, with allergy aware volunteers Please RSVP by calling 403-242-5760, or on our Facebook Event PageQuestions? Contact Joan Wilson Lakeviewstudent@telus.net

 A Friendly Kitchen Reminder for all. The Hobart in the Upper Hall Kitchen is NOT a dishwasher; dishes MUST be washed and rinsed before they go through the sterilizer! Our renters have had consistently un-washed cups and dishes with leftover food on them. If you use the kitchen, please clean-up! Also, please empty the compost bin every Sunday. We are finding it gets mouldy quickly in the heat. Thank you all so much for your cooperation.

 Wider Church

Liturgical Meanings in Stained glass! Are you looking for a more hands on approach to understanding religious imagery, history and iconography? St Mary’s University is offering a 6-week Fall series hands-on studio course on Liturgical Meanings in Stained Glass. For $250 (includes supplies) + GST St Mary’s is offering a safe and inviting studio space on campus where individuals will not only explore patterns, cutting, leading and sealing glass, but also learn about glass and safe handling, discover connection with stained Glass and design and craft 2 Stained Glass panels. Occurs 9:30AM-12:30PMSaturday Sept 22, 29, Oct. 13, 20, 27, & Nov.3, 2018. For more info and registration contact Elizabeth.cressman@stmu.ca

Parents of LGBTQ2I+ Individuals Social Group. All parents/guardians of LGBTQ+ people are welcome to connect at Kensington Pub - 207 10a St NW for parent-led conversation and support. Join us for a space where parents are welcome to share, connect, ask questions, and lend support to each other in a casual setting. Open to all, 7-9pm, Tuesday, August 7thPlease RSVP to let them know if you are attending, especially if it is your first time so they can look out for you at the Pub! Questions or want to RSVP? Contact Keith Murray 403.283.1539 x 228

Need some help around the house? A local Lakeview student is offering his services to help with indoor and outdoor chores $16/hour. Questions?  Call: (587)-968-5061 or Email: Charlie.gaulin@gmail.com

 Indigenous Voices, Stories of THIS Land: Come to the Fire. Join facilitators Casey Eagle Speaker, Michelle Scot and Tamara Le-Anne Cardinal around the fire with a potluck lunch on a summer’s day to share in ceremony and uncover very local indigenous stories that few have heard in current times. Time will also be spent indoors at the Aisinna’kiikas Exhibit with curator Tamara Le-Anne Cardinal and outside on a walking tour of the campus. August 15 2018 at St. Mary’s University 145000 Bannister Road SE, Calgary$75/Person, For more info contact Elizabeth Cressman Elizabeth.cressman@stmu.ca

 Lakeview United Church Spiritual renewal and growth in a caring, affirming community. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com   lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Daryl Sedor Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Community Engagement Liaison: Joan Wilson lakeviewstudent@telus.net Community Engagement Coordinator: Jim Ripley 403-471-9002 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements July 29, 2018

Lakeview United Church – July 29th, 2018 Rev. Jope is on holidays and will be returning to the church August 22. Rev. Lee Spice will be providing emergency coverage from Jul 22 to Aug 12. Her number is (403) 244-1161. Rev. John Crowdis will be providing emergency coverage Aug 13 to Aug 21, his number is (403) 249-1721.

 LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities: 1. Finance & Facilities Chair         2. Faith Formation & Worship

 Condolences to the family and friends of Josephine “Marion” Jorgensen, who passed away on Monday July 23rd. A tree will be planted in her honour at Fish Creek Provincial Park. Announcements later by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES in regards to service. Condolences may be forwarded through www.mcinnisandholloway.com

 Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you. Thank you to Connie Innes & Jude Sampson! Mark your calendar to join us later for upcoming “coffee and conversation” special events:

Aug. 12 – Summer Potluck

 Want to spend an evening painting happy little trees and finding freedom on your canvas as a creator? Join Lakeview United Church on August 10th at 7PM for a Bob Ross paint along! $5 per person or a $15 family price (two adults and two children) will cover canvas, brushes and paint! All ages and abilities welcome! Pay at the door! Coffee, Tea, Water and Juice will be provided with other beverages and snacks available for purchase! (Cash only please!). The best part? You get to take your artwork home with you! This is a Nut Free Event, with allergy aware volunteers Please RSVP by calling 403-242-5760, or on our Facebook Event Page. Questions? Contact Joan Wilson Lakeviewstudent@telus.net

 A Friendly Kitchen Reminder for all. The Hobart in the Upper Hall Kitchen is NOT a dishwasher; dishes MUST be washed and rinsed before they go through the sterilizer! Our renters have had consistently un-washed cups and dishes with leftover food on them. If you use the kitchen, please clean-up! Also, please empty the compost bin every Sunday. We are finding it gets mouldy quickly in the heat. Thank you all so much for your cooperation.

Wider Church

Liturgical Meanings in Stained glass! Are you looking for a more hands on approach to understanding religious imagery, history and iconography? St Mary’s University is offering a 6-week Fall series hands-on studio course on Liturgical Meanings in Stained Glass. For $250 (includes supplies) + GST St Mary’s is offering a safe and inviting studio space on campus where individuals will not only explore patterns, cutting, leading and sealing glass, but also learn about glass and safe handling, discover connection with stained Glass and design and craft 2 Stained Glass panels. Occurs 9:30AM-12:30PM. Saturday Sept 22, 29, Oct. 13, 20, 27, & Nov.3, 2018. For more info and registration contact Elizabeth.cressman@stmu.ca

Need some help around the house? Charlie Gualin, a local Lakeview student is offering his services to help with indoor and outdoor chores $16/hour. QuestionsCall: (587)-968-5061 or Email: Charlie.gaulin@gmail.com

Indigenous Voices, Stories of THIS Land: Come to the Fire. Join facilitators Casey Eagle Speaker, Michelle Scot and Tamara Le-Anne Cardinal around the fire with a potluck lunch on a summer’s day to share in ceremony and uncover very local indigenous stories that few have heard in current times. Time will also be spent indoors at the Aisinna’kiikas Exhibit with curator Tamara Le-Anne Cardinal and outside on a walking tour of the campus. August 15 2018 at St. Mary’s University 145000 Bannister Road SE, Calgary $75/Person, For more info contact Elizabeth Cressman Elizabeth.cressman@stmu.ca

 Lakeview United Church Spiritual renewal and growth in a caring, affirming community. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com   lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Daryl Sedor Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Community Engagement Liaison: Joan Wilson lakeviewstudent@telus.net Community Engagement Coordinator: Jim Ripley 403-471-9002 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements July 22, 2018

Lakeview United Church – July 22nd, 2018

 

The Congregational Meeting will held this Sunday immediately after the service to reaffirm Lakeview’s Board of Trustees

 

Watch the 43rd General Council’s Decisions on Remits live! Plenary sessions at GC43 will be livestreamed throughout July 22–27. A button on generalcouncil43.ca will take you to the livestream—it will appear when streaming begins the morning of Sunday, July 22. Council will deal with the remits around 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. (EST) on Sunday, July 22. Changes to the schedule can be found generalcouncil43.ca and on social media.

 

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:   1. Council Chair

2. Finance & Facilities Chair    3. Faith Formation & Worship

 

Thank you all those that helped with the Summer Clean Up! The following deserve recognition: Vera Matviw, Marlene Villager, Nancy Gillean, Jean Scott, Barb Spence (+Conner!) and Sue Spratt. Thank you all!

 

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you. Thank you to Doug and Gwen Jamieson!

Mark your calendar to join us later for upcoming “coffee and conversation” special events: Aug. 12 – Summer Potluck

 

Want to spend an evening painting happy little trees and finding freedom on your canvas as a creator? Join Lakeview United Church on August 10th at 7PM for a Bob Ross paint along! $5 per person or a $15 family price (two adults and two children) will cover canvas, brushes and paint! All ages and abilities welcome! Pay at the door! Coffee, Tea, Water and Juice will be provided with other beverages and snacks available for purchase! (Cash only please!). The best part? You get to take your artwork home with you! This is a Nut Free Event, with allergy aware volunteers Please RSVP by calling 403-242-5760, or on our Facebook Event Page. Questions? Contact Joan Wilson Lakeviewstudent@telus.net

 

A Friendly Kitchen Reminder for all. The Hobart in the Upper Hall Kitchen is NOT a dishwasher; dishes MUST be washed and rinsed before they go through the sterilizer! Our renters have had consistently un-washed cups and dishes with leftover food on them. If you use the kitchen, please clean-up! Also, please empty the compost bin every Sunday. We are finding it gets mouldy quickly in the heat. Thank you all so much for your cooperation.

 

Wider Church

 

Interested in sending your children or grandchildren to camp this summer? St. Andrews Regional Ministries is running a Vacation Bible school out of multiple locations throughout the city! The children’s camp costs only $125 a week and financial support is available! St Andrews offers subsidy for families that cannot cover the cost to send their child to camp! The camp will be operating throughout July and August. If you are having trouble or have any concerns, please contact 403-259-4080 and ask to speak to the Camp Caravan Coordinator or email the registrar at vbs.caravan@gmail.com

Indigenous Voices, Stories of THIS Land: Come to the Fire. Join facilitators Casey Eagle Speaker, Michelle Scot and Tamara Le-Anne Cardinal around the fire with a potluck lunch on a summer’s day to share in ceremony and uncover very local indigenous stories that few have heard in current times. Time will also be spent indoors at the Aisinna’kiikas Exhibit with curator Tamara Le-Anne Cardinal and outside on a walking tour of the campus. August 15 2018 at St. Mary’s University 145000 Bannister Road SE, Calgary $75/Person, For more info contact Elizabeth Cressman Elizabeth.cressman@stmu.ca

Lakeview United Church Spiritual renewal and growth in a caring, affirming community. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com   lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Daryl Sedor Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Community Engagement Liaison: Joan Wilson lakeviewstudent@telus.net Community Engagement Coordinator: Jim Ripley 403-471-9002 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff 


Bulletin Announcements July 15, 2018

Lakeview United Church – July 8th, 2018

Happy Stampede Sunday!

 Mark your calendar to join us later for upcoming “coffee and conversation” special events: Aug. 12 – Summer Potluck

 Watch the 43rd General Council’s Decisions on Remits live! Plenary sessions at GC43 will be livestreamed throughout July 22–27. A button on generalcouncil43.ca will take you to the livestream—it will appear when streaming begins the morning of Sunday, July 22. Council will deal with the remits around 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. (EST) on Sunday, July 22. Changes to the schedule can be found generalcouncil43.ca and on social media.

 LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:  

1. Council Chair

2. Finance & Facilities Chair    

3. Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you.

Want to spend an evening painting happy little trees and finding freedom on your canvas as a creator? Join Lakeview United Church on August 10th for a Bob Ross paint along! $5 per person or a $15 family price (two adults and two children) will cover canvas, brushes and paint! All ages and abilities welcome! Pay at the door! Coffee, Tea, Water and Juice will be provided with other beverages and snacks available for purchase! (Cash only please!). The best part? You get to take your artwork home with you! This is a Nut Free Event, with allergy aware volunteers Please RSVP by calling 403-242-5760, or on our Facebook Event Page. Questions? Contact Joan Wilson Lakeviewstudent@telus.net

 A Friendly Kitchen Reminder for all. The Hobart in the Upper Hall Kitchen is NOT a dishwasher; dishes MUST be washed and rinsed before they go through the sterilizer! Our renters have had consistently un-washed cups and dishes with leftover food on them. If you use the kitchen, please clean-up! Also, please empty the compost bin every Sunday. We are finding it gets mouldy quickly in the heat. Thank you all so much for your cooperation.

 Wider Church

 Interested in sending your children or grandchildren to camp this summer? St. Andrews Regional Ministries is running a Vacation Bible school out of multiple locations throughout the city! The children’s camp costs only $125 a week and financial support is available! St Andrews offers subsidy for families that cannot cover the cost to send their child to camp! The camp will be operating throughout July and August. If you are having trouble or have any concerns, please contact 403-259-4080 and ask to speak to the Camp Caravan Coordinator or email the registrar at vbs.caravan@gmail.com

Indigenous Voices, Stories of THIS Land: Come to the Fire. Join facilitators Casey Eagle Speaker, Michelle Scot and Tamara Le-Anne Cardinal around the fire with a potluck lunch on a summer’s day to share in ceremony and uncover very local indigenous stories that few have heard in current times. Time will also be spent indoors at the Aisinna’kiikas Exhibit with curator Tamara Le-Anne Cardinal and outside on a walking tour of the campus. August 15 2018 at St. Mary’s University 145000 Bannister Road SE, Calgary $75/Person, For more info contact Elizabeth Cressman Elizabeth.cressman@stmu.ca  

Lakeview United Church Spiritual renewal and growth in a caring, affirming community. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com   lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Community Engagement Liaison: Joan Wilson lakeviewstudent@telus.net Community Engagement Coordinator: Jim Ripley 403-471-9002 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements July 8, 2018

Lakeview United Church – July 8th, 2018

Happy Stampede Sunday!

 Join us today for Hot Dog Sunday following the service and please mark your calendar to join us later for other upcoming “coffee and conversation” special events: Aug. 12 – Summer Potluck

 Watch the 43rd General Council’s Decisions on Remits live! Plenary sessions at GC43 will be livestreamed throughout July 22–27. A button on generalcouncil43.ca will take you to the livestream—it will appear when streaming begins the morning of Sunday, July 22. Council will deal with the remits around 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. (EST) on Sunday, July 22. Changes to the schedule can be found generalcouncil43.ca and on social media.

 LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:   1. Council Chair    2. Finance & Facilities Chair 3. Faith Formation & Worship

 Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Nancy, Ron, Beckie, & Roger! Thank you for all your help!

 A Friendly Kitchen Reminder for all. The Hobart in the Upper Hall Kitchen is NOT a dishwasher; dishes MUST be washed and rinsed before they go through the sterilizer! Our renters have had consistently un-washed cups and dishes with leftover food on them. If you use the kitchen, please clean-up! Also, please empty the compost bin every Sunday. We are finding it gets mouldy quickly in the heat. Thank you all so much for your cooperation.

 Wider Church

 Interested in sending your children or grandchildren to camp this summer? St. Andrews Regional Ministries is running a Vacation Bible school out of multiple locations throughout the city! The children’s camp costs only $125 a week and financial support is available! St Andrews offers subsidy for families that cannot cover the cost to send their child to camp! The camp will be operating throughout July and August. If you are having trouble or have any concerns, please contact 403-259-4080 and ask to speak to the Camp Caravan Coordinator or email the registrar at vbs.caravan@gmail.com

Do you have a young budding artist in your life? St Mary’s university has a summer art camp for both kids (Grades 4-6) and Youth (Grades 7-8). The camp includes not only introduction to art, glass mosaic and calligraphy skills but will also feature some voice and drama basics, all of which will be shown off at the end of week Final Art Showcase! Dates are July 9-13th, 16th-20th and the camp runs 8:30AM-5:00PM. Fee’s are $260.00 + $50.00 (for Art supplies) + GST for more info contact the Continuing Education Coordinator Elizabeth Cressmen at Elizabeth.cressman@stmu.ca

Indigenous Voices, Stories of THIS Land: Come to the Fire. Join facilitators Casey Eagle Speaker, Michelle Scot and Tamara Le-Anne Cardinal around the fire with a potluck lunch on a summer’s day to share in ceremony and uncover very local indigenous stories that few have heard in current times. Time will also be spent indoors at the Aisinna’kiikas Exhibit with curator Tamara Le-Anne Cardinal and outside on a walking tour of the campus. August 15 2018 at St. Mary’s University 145000 Bannister Road SE, Calgary $75/Person, For more info contact Elizabeth Cressman Elizabeth.cressman@stmu.ca

Lakeview United Church Spiritual renewal and growth in a caring, affirming community. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com   lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Community Engagement Liaison: Joan Wilson lakeviewstudent@telus.net Community Engagement Coordinator: Jim Ripley 403-471-9002 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements July 1, 2018

Lakeview United Church – July 1st, 2018

Happy Canada Day

 Please mark your calendars for upcoming “coffee and conversation” special events: July 8th – Hot Dog Sunday Aug. 12 – Summer Potluck

 Watch the 43rd General Council’s Decisions on Remits live! Plenary sessions at GC43 will be livestreamed throughout July 22–27. A button on generalcouncil43.ca will take you to the livestream—it will appear when streaming begins the morning of Sunday, July 22. Council will deal with the remits around 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. (EST) on Sunday, July 22. Changes to the schedule can be found generalcouncil43.ca and on social media.

 LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:  

1. Council Chair

2. Finance & Facilities Chair    

3. Faith Formation & Worship

 Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Gwen J & Jean S! Thank you for all your help!

 A Friendly Kitchen Reminder for all. The Hobart in the Upper Hall Kitchen is NOT a dishwasher; dishes MUST be washed and rinsed before they go through the sterilizer! Our renters have had consistently un-washed cups and dishes with leftover food on them. If you use the kitchen, please clean-up! Also, please empty the compost bin every Sunday. We are finding it gets mouldy quickly in the heat. Thank you all so much for your cooperation.

 SUMMER CLEAN-UP JOBS The classrooms downstairs need to be tidied and gone through ...checking supplies and pencils, crayons and such). THIS INCLUDES both sides of the Lower Hall. If you have items that are dear to you, please label and put in proper place.

There is a sign-up sheet on the office desk. Please fill at your earliest convenience. Any questions contact Nancy Gillean at 403 249 0505 or through the Church office

 possABilities Of The SPIRIT: PossABilities offer thanks to all members of the LUC congregation that was able to join them for their PossABilities of The Spirit.

Wider Church

 Do you have a young budding artist in your life? St Mary’s university has a summer art camp for both kids (Grades 4-6) and Youth (Grades 7-8). The camp includes not only introduction to art, glass mosaic and calligraphy skills but will also feature some voice and drama basics, all of which will be shown off at the end of week Final Art Showcase! Dates are July 9-13th, 16th-20th and the camp runs 8:30AM-5:00PM. Fee’s are $260.00 + $50.00 (for Art supplies) + GST for more info contact the Continuing Education Coordinator Elizabeth Cressmen at Elizabeth.cressman@stmu.ca

Indigenous Voices, Stories of THIS Land: Come to the Fire. Join facilitators Casey Eagle Speaker, Michelle Scot and Tamara Le-Anne Cardinal around the fire with a potluck lunch on a summer’s day to share in ceremony and uncover very local indigenous stories that few have heard in current times. Time will also be spent indoors at the Aisinna’kiikas Exhibit with curator Tamara Le-Anne Cardinal and outside on a walking tour of the campus. August 15 2018 at St. Mary’s University 145000 Bannister Road SE, Calgary $75/Person, For more info contact Elizabeth Cressman Elizabeth.cressman@stmu.ca

 Lakeview United ChurchSpiritual renewal and growth in a caring, affirming community. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com   lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Community Engagement Liaison: Joan Wilson lakeviewstudent@telus.net Community Engagement Coordinator: Jim Ripley 403-471-9002 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements June 24, 2018

Lakeview United Church – June 24th, 2018

 Watch the 43rd General Council’s Decisions on Remits live! Plenary sessions at GC43 will be livestreamed throughout July 22–27. A button on generalcouncil43.ca will take you to the livestream—it will appear when streaming begins the morning of Sunday, July 22. Council will deal with the remits around 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. (EST) on Sunday, July 22. Changes to the schedule can be found generalcouncil43.ca and on social media.

 LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:   1. Council Chair

2. Finance & Facilities Chair    

3. Faith Formation & Worship

 Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Shirley R & Heather M! Thank you for all your help!

 A Friendly Kitchen Reminder for all. The Hobart in the Upper Hall Kitchen is NOT a dishwasher; dishes MUST be washed and rinsed before they go through the sterilizer! Our renters have had consistently messy cups and dishes with leftover food on them. If you use the kitchen, please clean-up!

 SUMMER  CLEAN-UP JOBS 1) To wash /dust the artificial plants at the front of the Sanctuary. This should take only a short time and really only needs one person. (although I do believe it's more fun with a buddy!) 2) The classrooms downstairs need to be tidied and gone through ...checking supplies and pencils, crayons and such). THIS INCLUDES both sides of the Lower Hall. If you have items that are dear to you, please label and put in proper place.

There is a sign-up sheet on the office desk. Please fill at your earliest convenience Any questions contact Nancy Gillean at 403 249 0505 or through the Church office

 possABilities Of The SPIRIT: Our renters are winding up their spring session with a BBQ! On June, 27th, 2018, 10AM-2:00PM, join them for a Celebration of The Spirit Native Dancing, Drumming, and Bannock bread. For LUC members the cost to participate is $5.00, guests are $10.00, and All Are Welcome

 Wider Church

 Do you have a young budding artist in your life? St Mary’s university has a summer art camp for both kids (Grades 4-6) and Youth (Grades 7-8). The camp includes not only introduction to art, glass mosaic and calligraphy skills but will also feature some voice and drama basics, all of which will be shown off at the end of week Final Art Showcase! Dates are July 9-13th, 16th-20th and the camp runs 8:30AM-5:00PM. Fee’s are $260.00 + $50.00 (for Art supplies) + GST for more info contact the Continuing Education Coordinator Elizabeth Cressmen at Elizabeth.cressman@stmu.ca

 Call for stories for the Interfaith Build Project Newsletter! The interfaith Build Project is putting together a newsletter to give an update on the projects, to thank and recognize their donors, and to invite folks to help them fundraise the remaining $200K! They’re looking for a few sentences about your fundraising activity and/or a quote about why you have supported the project to include in the newsletter. Information needed by June 29, any questions call Jane Dafoe (403-853-9456) 

 Indigenous Voices, Stories of THIS Land: Come to the Fire. Join facilitators Casey Eagle Speaker, Michelle Scot and Tamara Le-Anne Cardinal around the fire with a potluck lunch on a summer’s day to share in ceremony and uncover very local indigenous stories that few have heard in current times. Time will also be spent indoors at the Aisinna’kiikas Exhibit with curator Tamara Le-Anne Cardinal and outside on a walking tour of the campus. August 15 2018 at St. Mary’s University 145000 Bannister Road SE, Calgary $75/Person, For more info contact Elizabeth Cressman Elizabeth.cressman@stmu.ca

 Lakeview United ChurchSpiritual renewal and growth in a caring, affirming community. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com   lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Community Engagement Liaison: Joan Wilson 403.242.5760 Community Engagement Coordinator: Jim Ripley 403-471-9002 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcement June 17, 2018

Lakeview United Church – June 17th, 2018

 Next LUC Council Meeting – Join Us! The next LUC Council will be meeting on June 20 from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm in the downstairs boardroom. Come, learn about the vital work that is going on behind the scenes in your Church; everyone is welcome to attend!

 LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:    1. Council Chair 2. Finance & Facilities Chair     3. Faith Formation & Worship

 Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Evans & Gaveliu! Thank you for all your help!

 SUMMER  CLEAN-UP JOBS 1) To wash /dust the artificial plants at the front of the Sanctuary. This should take only a short time and really only needs one person. (although I do believe it's more fun with a buddy!) 2) The classrooms downstairs need to be tidied and gone through ...checking supplies and pencils, crayons and such). THIS INCLUDES both sides of the Lower Hall. If you have items that are dear to you, please label and put in proper place. There is a sign-up sheet on the office desk. Please fill at your earliest convenience Any questions contact Nancy Gillean at 403 249 0505 or through the Church office

 Healing Touch:The last date for St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry is Jun 18 – 10 am morn. To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

 possABilities Of The SPIRIT: Our renters are winding up their spring session with a BBQ! On June, 27th, 2018, 10AM-2:00PM, join them for a Celebration of The Spirit Native Dancing, Drumming, and Bannock bread. For LUC members the cost to participate is $5.00, guests are $10.00, and All Are Welcome.

 Wider Church

 YYC Campus Ministry: stays very active over the summer months, running a number of different events that are open to any and all you adults in the Calgary are! May 13 Contemplative Worship, May 23 Summer BBQ, May 27th Dirty Theology www.yyccampusministry.com and follow us on Facebook.

 An Interfaith Conversation: Salvation: The Temple B’nai Tikvah 900 47 Ave SW, Calgary  is hosting an interfaith event surrounding their topic of salvation through the lens of not only Christianity but also Buddhism, Judaism, and Islam. The event is FREE and open to the public.

Do you have a young budding artist in your life? St Mary’s university has a summer art camp for both kids (Grades 4-6) and Youth (Grades 7-8). The camp includes not only introduction to art, glass mosaic and calligraphy skills but will also feature some voice and drama basics, all of which will be shown off at the end of week Final Art Showcase! Dates are July 9-13th, 16th-20th and the camp runs 8:30AM-5:00PM. Fee’s are $260.00 + $50.00 (for Art supplies) + GST for more info contact the Continuing Education Coordinator Elizabeth Cressmen at Elizabeth.cressman@stmu.ca

Indigenous Voices, Stories of THIS Land: Come to the Fire. Join facilitators Casey Eagle Speaker, Michelle Scot and Tamara Le-Anne Cardinal around the fire with a potluck lunch on a summer’s day to share in ceremony and uncover very local indigenous stories that few have heard in current times. Time will also be spent indoors at the Aisinna’kiikas Exhibit with curator Tamara Le-Anne Cardinal and outside on a walking tour of the campus $75/Person, For more info contact Elizabeth Cressman Elizabeth.cressman@stmu.ca  

Lakeview United ChurchSpiritual renewal and growth in a caring, affirming community. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com   lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Community Engagement Liaison: Joan Wilson 403.242.5760 Community Engagement Coordinator: Jim Ripley 403-472-9002 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements June 10, 2018

Lakeview United Church – June 10th 2018 – Sundae Sunday! Please join us TODAY for Blessing of The Animals Worship Service!

Coffee and Conversation: This week join us for Sundae Sunday, for a special extra treat in addition to coffee and conversation! A wonderful time following worship for FOOD-FUN-FELLOWSHIP. We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, events like these don’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Thank you for all your help! 

 The LUC is now a NUT FREE AREA. There are members of the congregation and renters that have severe anaphylactic allergies, we request that you remove and/or do not bring ANY products containing nuts onto the premises to keep it a safe space for all.

 LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:    1. Council Chair 2. Finance & Facilities Chair       3. Faith Formation & Worship

Healing Touch: Save this date for St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry Jun 18 – 10 am morn. To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

 Want to memorialize a loved one with the Peace Pole Project? Speak to Rev. Jope about getting a Memorial Bench!

 Guitar Lessons with PossABilities Alberta, Wednesday 12:30 pm: PossABilities invites all members of the LUC congregation to join them in learning guitar. Free of charge for all church members, you just need to bring your guitar.       

 Donation Request for Our Refugee Family: Does anyone have an oval wooden coffee table they could donate for our refugee family? If so, please contact Ron Gillean (403) 249-0505

 Want to know more during the week? Follow LUC on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn!

Wider Church

Ploughshares Calgary Society would like to invite you to two events. The first, Korean Consul General Gunn Kim has graciously agreed to speak to us on the Nuclear Weapons program in North Korea and the peace issues facing the people of South Korea on Monday, June 11th at 7 pm at Parkdale United Church, 2919-8 Ave NW in the auditorium.

The Board of Directors of Ploughshares Calgary Society would also like to invite you to our Annual General Meeting to be held on Wednesday, June 13th at 7 pm at Parkdale United Church conference room.  Rev. John Pentland will be presenting on “Leaving Things Better Than We Found Them”. 

 Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra is presenting “Ode to Joy” June 15th and 16th @8PM In 1989, to mark the collapse of the Berlin Wall, Leonard Bernstein conducted Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, changing the word Joy (“Freude”) to Freedom (“Freiheit”). No other work could so greatly encompass all of humanity’s struggles to live freely and joyfully. Tickets can be purchased online or over the phone at 403-571-0849, Get a 15% discount on tickets, using the code NINTH

St. Andrews is hosting a FREE food safety course for anyone who wants to take it. There will be a certificate at the end of the course. This is a required course for those seeking a job in a kitchen and a great course for those helping out at church functions/shelters/special dinners/etc…Open to everyone – Church members or not – One day only!!! June 25th, 2018 10:30am – 1:30pm. St. Andrew’s Centre. 1-10601 Southport Rd SW (next to Anderson C-Train Station). 403-259-4080 or office@andychurch.org to register

 Lakeview United ChurchSpiritual renewal and growth in a caring, affirming community. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Community Engagement Liaison: Joan Wilson 403.242.5760 Community Engagement Coordinator: Jim Ripley 403-472-9002  Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements June 3, 2018

Lakeview United Church – June 3rd 2018- Affirming Celebration

Please join us TODAY for Affirming Ministry Celebration! Everyone Welcome!

Blessing of The Animals Worship Service will be Sunday June 10th – bring your pets to Lakeview United Church for blessings.

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Nancy, Lesley, Mike!  Thank you for all your help!

 LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:   1. Council Chair 2. Finance & Facilities Chair       3. Faith Formation & Worship

Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry Jun 4 – 7 pm eve, Jun 18 – 10 am morn. To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

Guitar Lessons with PossABilities Alberta, Wednesday 12:30 pm: PossABilities invites all members of the LUC congregation to join them in learning guitar. Free of charge for all church members, you just need to bring your guitar.       

Mark Your Calendars: Clothing Drive - June 9th 2018: Start now to put away clothing you do not intend to wear again and bring them to the Church the last week of May 2018 - (not before) - many thanks! 

Donation Request for Our Refugee Family: Does anyone have an oval wooden coffee table they could donate for our refugee family? If so, please contact Ron Gillean (403) 249-0505

Wider Church

St. Andrew’s Centre #1-1601 Southport Rd SW. is hosting Clustering Conversation on South-Side of Calgary, JUNE 12 4:30-6:00: What does it mean to progress further ideas around working and connecting together as we live into the new governance model for The United Church of Canada? Discussion will be held over refreshment.

For all LGBTQ2IA+ individuals, parents, friends and allies to connect together out in the community check your calendrers for the evening of  7pm-10pm Tuesday JUNE 19th, LUC has been invited to join Hillhurst Church at Beddington Theatre Arts Centre’s Tony Award winning Musical production Priscilla Queen of the Desert! The theatre will offer a group discount if 10 or more can attend $18 per ticket. IN ADDITION June5th,7-9pm at Kensington-Pub, All parents/ guardians of LGBTQ2IA+ people are welcome to connect at Kensington Pub once a month, for parent-led conversation and support, For BOTH please RSVP by TUESDAY JUNE 5th  For further details Contact: Hillhurst United Church office: 403.283.1539 x 228.

Glenbow Museum Theatre: Celebrating Aging & Older Adults through Films & Talks June 8-10. www.thirdactionfilmfest.ca (403) 561-2765: Documentaries, Feature Length Movies, Shorts & Animation Films that will make you laugh, cry, sigh and inspire you to take action.

An Evening of Music at Wild Rose: June 8 at 7 pm, 1317 1 St NW, Calgary AB. This event, hosted by the Belles of Wild Rose (our hand bell ensemble), is an occasion to celebrate the many people who contribute to the ongoing musical talents enjoyed at Wild Rose. Refreshments will follow the performances.

St. Andrews is hosting a FREE food safety course for anyone who wants to take it. There will be a certificate at the end of the course. This is a required course for those seeking a job in a kitchen and a great course for those helping out at church functions/shelters/special dinners/etc…Open to everyone – Church members or not – One day only!!! June 25th, 2018 10:30am – 1:30pm. St. Andrew’s Centre. 1-10601 Southport Rd SW (next to Anderson C-Train Station). 403-259-4080 or office@andychurch.org to register

Lakeview United ChurchSpiritual renewal and growth in a caring, affirming community. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements May 27, 2018

Lakeview United Church – May 27th, 2018- AGM Meeting

 Please join us TODAY for the LUC Annual General Meeting (AGM)! Everyone Welcome

 The Reaching Out Committee Reserve the date, June 3rd for our Affirming Celebration!

 Affirming Celebration Volunteers Needed: Lesley and Daryl will require help in the kitchen for the affirming celebration on the 3 June.  They will be preparing the baked goods and everything else that will be needed. They just need kitchen help.

 Blessing of The Animals Worship Service will be Sunday June 10th – bring your pets to Lakeview United Church for blessings.

 LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:    1. Council Chair 2. Finance & Facilities Chair      3. Council Secretary    4. Faith Formation & Worship

 Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry Jun 4 – 7 pm eve, Jun 18 – 10 am morn. To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

Guitar Lessons with Possabilities Alberta, Wednesday 12:30 pm: Possabilities invites all members of the LUC congregation to join them in learning guitar. Free of charge for all church members, you just need to bring your guitar.       

Mark Your Calendars: Clothing Drive - June 9th 2018: Start now to put away clothing you do not intend to wear again and bring them to the Church the last week of May 2018 - (not before) - many thanks!  

Donation Request for Our Refugee Family: Does anyone have an oval wooden coffee table they could donate for our refugee family? If so, please contact Ron Gillean (403) 249-0505

Wider Church

St. Thomas United Church, 100 Hawkwood Blvd NW, is celebrating its 30th year in our church building.  We have a special 10 am service and 11:15 am reception following planned for June 17, 2018. RSVP by June 10  office@stthomasunited.ca or call our Office phone #    403-241-0366

Our Home on Native Land, SATURDAY, JUNE 2 at 9-4 pm: What does it mean to decolonize?

  • Morning: Exploring our journey from Colonialism to Reconciliation

  • Afternoon: Looking back, and introducing the United Nations Declaration on Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP)

  • Tickets through Knox Office or Eventbrite: bit.ly/2H3eYQ1 $30

All are welcome, especially those from churches in Calgary Registration fee includes lunch and parking costs. Sponsored by the Justice working groups of Knox United Church, 506 4th Street SW Calgary.

Glenbow Museum Theatre: Celebrating Aging & Older Adults through Films & Talks June 8-10. www.thirdactionfilmfest.ca (403) 561-2765: Documentaries, Feature Length Movies, Shorts & Animation Films that will make you laugh, cry, sigh and inspire you to take action.

An Evening of Music at Wild Rose: June 8 at 7 pm, 1317 1 St NW, Calgary AB. This event, hosted by the Belles of Wild Rose (our hand bell ensemble), is an occasion to celebrate the many people who contribute to the ongoing musical talents enjoyed at Wild Rose. Refreshments will follow the performances.

St. Andrews is hosting a FREE food safety course for anyone who wants to take it. There will be a certificate at the end of the course. This is a required course for those seeking a job in a kitchen and a great course for those helping out at church functions/shelters/special dinners/etc…Open to everyone – Church members or not – One day only!!! June 25th, 2018 10:30am – 1:30pm. St. Andrew’s Centre. 1-10601 Southport Rd SW (next to Anderson C-Train Station). 403-259-4080 or office@andychurch.org to register

Lakeview United ChurchSpiritual renewal and growth in a caring, affirming community. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements May 20, 2018

Lakeview United Church – May 20th, 2018

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held Sunday May 27th.  All committee chairs and group leaders should have their ANNUAL REPORTS submitted to the office (in a MS Word document format) by May 21st. 

The Reaching Out Committee Reserve the date, June 3rd for our Affirming Celebration!

Affirming Celebration Volunteers Needed: Lesley and Daryl will require help in the kitchen for the affirming celebration on the 3 June.  They will be preparing the baked goods and everything else that will be needed. They just need kitchen help.

Blessing of The Animals Worship Service will be Sunday June 10th – bring your pets to Lakeview United Church for blessings.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:    1. Council Chair 2. Finance & Facilities Chair     3. Council Secretary    4. Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Linda & Michael, and Jeanne.Thank you for all your help!

Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United ChurchHealing Touch ministry Jun 4 – 7 pm eve, Jun 18 – 10 am morn. To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

Guitar Lessons with Possabilities Alberta, Wednesday 12:30 pm:Possabilities invites all members of the LUC congregation to join them in learning guitar. Free of charge for all church members, you just need to bring your guitar.      

Mark Your Calendars: Clothing Drive - June 9th 2018: Start now to put away clothing you do not intend to wear again and bring them to the Church the last week of May 2018 - (not before) - many thanks!  

Donation Request for Our Refugee Family: Does anyone have an oval wooden coffee table they could donate for our refugee family? If so, please contact Ron Gillean (403) 249-0505

Wider Church

Strawberry Tea & Spring Craft Fair. Saturday May 26, 2-4 pm. Tickets: Adults $6 | Children 5-12 $4 | Children 4 and under are free. Southwood United Church, 10690 Elbow Drive SW. 

YYC Campus Ministry: stays very active over the summer months, running a number of different events that are open to any and all you adults in the Calgary are! May 23 Summer BBQ, and May 27thContemplative Worship. St. Thomas United Church, 100 Hawkwood Blvd NW, is celebrating its 30th year in our church building.  We have a special 10 am service and 11:15 am reception following planned for June 17, 2018. RSVP by June 10  office@stthomasunited.ca or call our Office phone #    403-241-0366

The Unison Festival is a Canadian LGBTQ2 choral festival that brings together choirs from across Canada every 4 years for a non-competitive celebration of choral music in queer community. The festival is being held May 18 to 21, 2018 at the Bella Concert Hall, Mount Royal University. The opening ceremony and concert Friday night has host choirs Calgary Men's Chorus; One Voice Chorus; and BarberEllas. Unison Festival's website: http://www.unisonfestivalunisson.ca/?lang=en

Tickets on sale: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/profile/3389007 

Our Home on Native Land, SATURDAY, JUNE 2 at 9-4 pm: What does it mean to decolonize? • Morning: Exploring our journey from Colonialism to Reconciliation • Afternoon: Looking back, and introducing the United Nations Declaration on Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP)

Tickets through Knox Office or Eventbrite: bit.ly/2H3eYQ1 $30

All are welcome, especially those from churches in Calgary

Registration fee includes lunch and parking costs. Sponsored by the Justice working groups of Knox United Church, 506 4th Street SW Calgary.

Lakeview United Church Spiritual renewal and growth in a caring, affirming community. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: VacantMinister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements May 13, 2018

Lakeview United Church – May 13th , 2018 Next LUC Council Meeting – Join Us! The next LUC Council will be meeting on May 17 from 7:00 – 9:00 pm in the downstairs boardroom. If anyone is willing to act as a temporary secretary for that meeting, we would welcome your help. Come, learn about the vital work that is going on behind the scenes in your Church; everyone is welcome to attend!

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held Sunday May 27th. All committee chairs and group leaders should have their ANNUAL REPORTS submitted to the office (in a MS Word document format) by May 15th.

The Reaching Out Committee Reserve the date, June 3rd for our Affirming Celebration!

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities: 1. Council Chair 2. Finance & Facilities Chair 3. Council Secretary 4. Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Barb, Sandy, Kurt, Chelsea, Harper & Nixon Thank you for all your help!

Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry May 7 – 7 pm evening, Jun 4 – 7 pm eve, Jun 18 – 10 am morn. To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

Guitar Lessons with Possabilities Alberta, Wednesday 12:30 pm: Possabilities. Possabilities invites all members of the LUC congregation to join them in learning guitar. Free of charge for all church members, you just need to bring your guitar.

Wider Church:

YYC Campus Ministry: stays very active over the summer months, running a number of different events that are open to any and all you adults in the Calgary are! May 13 Contemplative Worship, May 23 Summer BBQ, May 27th

St. Thomas United Church, 100 Hawkwood Blvd NW, is celebrating its 30th year in our church building. We have a special 10 am service and 11:15 am reception following planned for June 17, 2018. RSVP by June 10 office@stthomasunited.ca or call our Office phone # 403-241-0366

The Unison Festival Unnisson is a Canadian LGBTQ2 choral festival that brings together choirs from across Canada every 4 years for a noncompetitive celebration of choral music in queer community. The festival is being held May 18 to 21, 2018 at the Bella Concert Hall, Mount Royal University. The opening ceremony and concert Friday night has host choirs Calgary Men's Chorus; One Voice Chorus; and BarberEllas. Unison Festival's website: http://www.unisonfestivalunisson.ca/?lang=en Tickets on sale: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/profile/3389007

Are you looking for a beautiful place to spend a week of your summer? Would you like to be a star in a musical, or perhaps a statue, swallow, mayor, flunky or townsfolk etc. in Tony & Daphne’s “The Happy Prince”? If yes… then come be part of the “Learn the Musical in a Week” experience at  Sorrento Centre | The Shushwap Lakes, BC | July 22 – 28  Naramata Centre | Lake Okanagan, BC | July 28 – Aug 4

Our Home on Native Land, SATURDAY, JUNE 2 at 9-4 pm: What does it mean to decolonize?  Morning:Exploring our journey from Colonialism to Reconciliation  Afternoon: Looking back, and introducing the United Nations Declaration on Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) Tickets through Knox Office or Eventbrite: bit.ly/2H3eYQ1 $30 All are welcome, especially those from churches in Calgary. Registration fee includes lunch and parking costs. Sponsored by the Justice working groups of Knox United Church, 506 4th Street SW Calgary.

 

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements May 6, 2018

Lakeview United Church – May 6 th, 2018

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held Sunday May 27th. All committee chairs and group leaders should have their ANNUAL REPORTS submitted to the office (in a MS Word document format) by May 15th.

If you wish to purchase a nametag, please call Vivian McFarland at 403-249-8513 by Sunday, May 27. Nametags cost $8.25 ea. + tax for either a strong magnet or a pin. Orders are placed in spring and fall.

Chair & Table Repair: Many of our tables and chairs need repair…in the Upper Hall and downstairs. We need approximately 3-4 men or women to help. If you can help please contact myself Nancy (403) 249-0505 or the church office (403) 242-5760.

The Reaching Out Committee Reserve the date, June 3rd for our Affirming Celebration!

Mark Your Calendars for LUC Clothing Drive - June 9th 2018 Start now to put away clothing you do not intend to wear again and bring them to the Church the last week of May 2018 - (not before) - many thanks!

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:                 1. Council Chair            2. Finance & Facilities Chair                                                                                3. Council Secretary      4. Faith Formation & Worship

Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry May 7 – 7 pm evening, Jun 4 – 7 pm eve, Jun 18 – 10 am morn. To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

SING OUT FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING: JOIN US for a Folk night with Barry Luft and Diminished Fifth. When: 7:30pm Saturday May 12 @ Lakeview United Church 3023 - 63 AVENUE S.W. CALGARY (403) 242- 5760. Sponsored by KAIROS Calgary A Place to Call Home to raise funds for Calgary Homeless Foundation toward Bankview Apartment Mortgage. The evening will include an Art Sale by Residents. TICKETS $25 AVAILABLE ONLINE AT GENEROUS TICKETS - WEB ADDRESS: BIT.LY/GT-KAIROS Also on sale at the door

                                                          Wider Church

YYC Campus Ministry: stays very active over the summer months, running a number of different events that are open to any and all you adults in the Calgary are! May 13 Contemplative Worship, May 23 Summer BBQ, May 27th Dirty Theology www.yyccampusministry.com and follow us on Facebook.

THE POLYJESTERS…in concert! A Fundraiser for our Eritrean family of seven! Sunday, May 6, 3pm at Parkdale United Church, 2919 – 8 Avenue NW. Tickets $25 a person (under 18 free). Hors d’oeuvres and beverages available at intermission. All money from ticket sales will go directly to supporting the family. Tickets available at Parkdale United Church or Eventbrite – www.eventbrite.ca www.parkdaleunitedcalgary.net 403-283-3301

St. Thomas United Church, 100 Hawkwood Blvd NW, is celebrating its 30th year in our church building. We have a special 10 am service and 11:15 am reception following planned for June 17, 2018. RSVP by June 10 office@stthomasunited.ca or call our Office phone # 403-241-0366

Are you looking for a beautiful place to spend a week of your summer? Would you like to be a star in a musical, or perhaps a statue, swallow, mayor, flunky or townsfolk etc. in Tony & Daphne’s “The Happy Prince”? If yes… then come be part of the “Learn the Musical in a Week” experience at  Sorrento Centre | The Shushwap Lakes, BC | July 22 – 28  Naramata Centre | Lake Okanagan, BC | July 28 – Aug 4

                                                   

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that willopen all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements April 29, 2018

Lakeview United Church – April 29th, 2018

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held Sunday May 27th.  All committee chairs and group leaders should have their ANNUAL REPORTS submitted to the office (in a MS Word document format) by May 15th. 

The Reaching Out Committee Reserve the date, June 3rd for our Affirming Celebration!

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:    1. Council Chair 2. Finance & Facilities Chair           3. Council Secretary    4. Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Connie, Irena & Etta. Thank you for all your help!

Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United ChurchHealing Touch ministry May 7 – 7 pm evening, Jun 4 – 7 pm eve, Jun 18 – 10 am morn. To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

It’s Garage Sale time again!  Help spread the word!

Donations: Thursday, May 3rd   4:30 to 8:00 (chilli supper) Set-up:        Friday,      May 4th 10:00 to 2:00  (pizza lunch) Sale!:           Saturday, May 5th  8:00 to 1:00 (coffee, snacks, lunch) Sale Open to the Public:    Saturday, May 5th   9:00 to noon

All volunteers welcome!  Sign-up sheets coming soon.   Questions?    Janet Layton jmlayton@shaw.ca  or 403-797-4075

SING OUT FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING: JOIN US for a Folk night with Barry Luft and Diminished Fifth. When: 7:30pm Saturday May 12 @ Lakeview United Church 3023 - 63 AVENUE S.W. CALGARY (403) 242-5760. Sponsored by KAIROS Calgary A Place to Call Home to raise funds for Calgary Homeless Foundation toward Bankview Apartment Mortgage. 

The evening will include an Art Sale by Residents. TICKETS $25     AVAILABLE ONLINE AT GENEROUS TICKETS - WEB ADDRESS: BIT.LY/GT-KAIROS           Also on sale at the door          

Wider Church

YYC Campus Ministry: stays very active over the summer months, running a number of different events that are open to any and all you adults in the Calgary are! May 13 Contemplative Worship, May 23 Summer BBQ, May 27th Dirty Theology www.yyccampusministry.comand follow us on Facebook.

THE POLYJESTERS…in concert! A Fundraiser for our Eritrean family of seven! Sunday, May 6, 3pm at Parkdale United Church, 2919 – 8 Avenue NW. Tickets $25 a person (under 18 free). Hors d’oeuvres and beverages available at intermission. All money from ticket sales will go directly to supporting the family. Tickets available at Parkdale United Church or Eventbrite – www.eventbrite.ca             www.parkdaleunitedcalgary.net 403-283-3301

St. Thomas United Church, 100 Hawkwood Blvd NW, is celebrating its 30th year in our church building.  We have a special 10 am service and 11:15 am reception following planned for June 17, 2018. RSVP by June 10  office@stthomasunited.ca or call our Office phone #    403-241-0366

Are you looking for a beautiful place to spend a week of your summer? Would you like to be a star in a musical, or perhaps a statue, swallow, mayor, flunky or townsfolk etc. in Tony & Daphne’s “The Happy Prince”? If yes… then come be part of the “Learn the Musical in a Week” experience at

• Sorrento Centre | The Shushwap Lakes, BC | July 22 – 28

• Naramata Centre | Lake Okanagan, BC | July 28 – Aug 4

Please mark your calendars for the following Project Ploughsharesevents: Saturday, May 5th – Challenges of Peace and War, a community conference co-sponsored jointly by Ploughshares Calgary and Calgary Association of Lifelong Learners (CALL) at Varsity Acres Presbyterian Church @ 9:30 am

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements April 22, 2018

Lakeview United Church – April 22nd , 2018

A big THANK YOU to the congregation for their wonderful response to the "Small change to make a big difference" water project.  The total received was $595.05.  That will make a big difference to so many who do not have clean water or have to travel so far to get it. Reaching Out Committee 

The Reaching Out Committee Reserve the date, June 3rd for our Affirming Celebration!

Membership Sunday: Sunday, April 29th has been set aside for those seeking membership in Lakeview United Church. If this is your wish, please speak with Rev. Jope.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:    1. Council Chair 2. Finance & Facilities Chair             3. Temporary Council Secretary    4. Temporary Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Barb Spence. Thank you for all your help!

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets on April 23 at 9:30 AM in the sanctuary.  Please read Matthew chapter 26 in preparation.  This will be our final session until September 10.

Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United ChurchHealing Touch ministry Apr 16 – 10 am morning; May 7 – 7 pm evening. To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

Weaselhead Presents!!! Join us on Friday, Apr 27, 7:30 PM: The Staggered Pints will be performing at Lakeview United Church. Tickets are $25.

It’s Garage Sale time again!  Help spread the word!

Donations: Thursday, May 3rd   4:30 to 8:00 (chilli supper) Set-up:        Friday,      May 4th 10:00 to 2:00  (pizza lunch) Sale!:           Saturday, May 5th  8:00 to 1:00 (coffee, snacks, lunch) Sale Open to the Public:    Saturday, May 5th   9:00 to noon

All volunteers welcome!  Sign-up sheets coming soon.  

Questions?    Janet Layton jmlayton@shaw.ca  or 403-797-4075

Wider Church

Deer Park United Church (77 Deerpoint Rd SE) and Dying with Dignity Calgary are pleased to present a learning night Tuesday, April 24 at 7 pm in the Fellowship Hall, "Medical Assistance in Dying". This event is free to the public. You do not need to be a member of a church to attend these events. Registration is preferred. To register, please contact info@dpuc.ca or call (403) 278-8263.

We invite you to join this Church Wide, City Wide Event with special guests Ken and Joan Bombay. Are you coming into your Refreshing Years? 55+ ...are you  ready to engage at new levels, doing new things, exploring new possibilities, in health, education, volunteerism? You are done raising children, you've put in your 9 to 5 and you are in the life season that you have worked and dreamed about for years? If so this day is for you.

We are also hosting other interesting Guests that will be available to answer questions, offer you ways to get involved...stir ideas, generally, get you excited for your next Life Season.

Life Seasons Conference is open to all who are interested Saturday April 28 - 10:00am to 3:00pm First Assembly - 6031 Elbow Dr SW $5.00per person pay now or at the door.

A light lunch will be provided, please NOTE, please provide your own lunch if you have dietary restrictions. If you have any questions, please feel free to email Maureen.Stark@FA.Church

Please mark your calendars for the following Project Ploughshares events:Saturday, May 5th – Challenges of Peace and War, a community conference co-sponsored jointly by Ploughshares Calgary and Calgary Association of Lifelong Learners (CALL) at Varsity Acres Presbyterian Church @ 9:30 am

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements April 15, 2018

Lakeview United Church – April 15th, 2018

Reserve the date, June 3rd for our Affirming Celebration!

Membership Sunday: Sunday, April 29th has been set aside for those seeking membership in Lakeview United Church. If this is your wish, please speak with Rev. Jope.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:    1. Council Chair 2. Finance & Facilities Chair                3. Temporary Council Secretary    4. Temporary Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Jean Scott’s family, Barb & Bill, and Sandy. Thank you for all your help!

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets on April 23 at 9:30 AM in the sanctuary.  Please read Matthew chapter 26 in preparation. This will be our final session until September 10.

Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry Apr 16 – 10 am morning; May 7 – 7 pm evening. To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

Weaselhead Presents!!! Join us on Friday, Apr 27, 7:30 PM: The Staggered Pints will be performing at Lakeview United Church. Tickets are $25.

It’s Garage Sale time again!  Help spread the word! Donations: Thursday, May 3rd   4:30 to 8:00 (chilli supper)Set-up:         Friday, May 4th 10:00 to 2:00  (pizza lunch) Sale!:            Saturday, May 5th  8:00 to 1:00 (coffee, snacks, lunch) Sale Open to the Public:    Saturday, May 5th 9:00 to noon All volunteers welcome!   Sign-up sheets coming soon.   Questions?    Janet Layton jmlayton@shaw.ca  or 403-797-4075

Wider Church

Deer Park United Church (77 Deerpoint Rd SE) and Dying with Dignity Calgary are pleased to present a learning night Tuesday, April 24 at 7 pm in the Fellowship Hall, "Medical Assistance in Dying". This event is free to the public. You do not need to be a member of a church to attend these events. Registration is preferred. To register, please contact info@dpuc.ca or call (403) 278-8263.

We invite you to join this Church Wide, City Wide Event with special guests Ken and Joan Bombay. Are you coming into your Refreshing Years? 55+ ...are you  ready to engage at new levels, doing new things, exploring new possibilities, in health, education, volunteerism? You are done raising children, you've put in your 9 to 5 and you are in the life season that you have worked and dreamed about for years? If so this day is for you.

We are also hosting other interesting Guests that will be available to answer questions, offer you ways to get involved...stir ideas, generally, get you excited for your next Life Season.

Life Seasons Conference is open to all who are interested Saturday April 28 - 10:00am to 3:00pm First Assembly - 6031 Elbow Dr SW$5.00per person pay now or at the door. A light lunch will be provided, please NOTE, please provide your own lunch if you have dietary restrictions. If you have any questions, please feel free to email Maureen.Stark@FA.Church

The Calgary Council of Christians and Jews (CCCJ) and St. Peter’s Anglican Church are co-sponsoring a Holocaust Memorial Service on Sunday, April 15th at 7:00 pm. Marnie Bondar will recount the story of her Grandmother Freda Plucer's survival during the Holocaust, using video clips of Freda's testimony. Everyone is welcome to join us as we stand together in solidarity with victims of hate and violence, and pray for God’s peace and hope throughout our world. Location: St. Peter’s Anglican Church, 903 75th Ave. SW, Calgary

Please mark your calendars for the following Project Ploughshares events:Saturday, May 5th – Challenges of Peace and War, a community conference co-sponsored jointly by Ploughshares Calgary and Calgary Association of Lifelong Learners (CALL) at Varsity Acres Presbyterian Church @ 9:30 am

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements April 8, 2018

Lakeview United Church – April 8th, 2018

Our LAKEVIEW UC LENTEN PROJECT “Small Change for Clean Water”: There is a large jar on the Narthex table. Please save your change and place it in the jar. We are collecting this money for clean water development in needy areas like Africa. Thank you for your support. Let us go make a difference.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:    1. Council Chair 2. Finance & Facilities Chair                3. Temporary Council Secretary    4. Temporary Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Nancy & Ron, Hank & Judy. Thank you for all your help!

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets next on April 9 at 9:30 AM in the sanctuary.  Please read Matthew chapter 24 in preparation.

Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry Apr 16 – 10 am morning; May 7 – 7 pm evening. To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

Weaselhead Presents!!! Join us on Friday, Apr 27, 7:30 PM: The Staggered Pints will be performing at Lakeview United Church. Tickets are $25.

It’s Garage Sale time again!  Help spread the word! Donations: Thursday, May 3rd   4:30 to 8:00 (chilli supper) Set-up:        Friday, May 4th 10:00 to 2:00  (pizza lunch) Sale!:           Saturday, May 5th  8:00 to 1:00 (coffee, snacks, lunch) Sale Open to the Public:    Saturday, May 5th 9:00 to noon All volunteers welcome!  Sign-up sheets coming soon.   Questions?    Janet Layton jmlayton@shaw.ca  or 403-797-4075

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Sing Out for Affordable Housing Folk Night Fundraiser and Art Sale that will take place on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at Lakeview United Church. The evening will include a concert with folksinger Barry Luft and eclectic musical group Diminished Fifth, followed by refreshments and an Art Sale by Residents of the four A Place to Call Home affordable housing buildings (Acadia, Bankview, Claire and Longbow). The evening will also include short presentations by the Calgary Homeless Foundation, CUPS and Residents of the affordable housing buildings. Tickets are available for sale online via Generous Tickets: BIT.LY/GT-KAIROS.  All ticket proceeds will go towards paying down the mortgage on Bankview Apartments, one of the A Place to Call Home affordable housing buildings.

Deer Park United Church (77 Deerpoint Rd SE) and Dying with Dignity Calgary are pleased to present two learning nights in April 2018.

  • Tuesday, April 10 at 7:00pm in the Fellowship Hall, "Who Will Speak For You? An Introduction to Advance Care Planning"

  • Tuesday, April 24 at 7:00pm in the Fellowship Hall, "Medical Assistance in Dying"

These events are free to the public. You do not need to be a member of a church Lakeview to attend these events. Registration is preferred. To register, please contact info@dpuc.ca or call (403) 278-8263.

The Calgary Council of Christians and Jews (CCCJ) and St. Peter’s Anglican Church are co-sponsoring a Holocaust Memorial Service on Sunday, April 15th at 7:00pm. Marnie Bondar will recount the story of her Grandmother Freda Plucer's survival during the Holocaust, using video clips of Freda's testimony. Everyone is welcome to join us as we stand together in solidarity with victims of hate and violence, and pray for God’s peace and hope throughout our world. Location: St. Peter’s Anglican Church, 903 75th Ave. SW, Calgary

Please mark your calendars for the following Project Ploughshares events:

  • Wednesday, April 11th, 7 PM – ‘Ploughshares Calgary Society invites you to our monthly educational meeting on Wednesday, April 11th in the Auditorium at Parkdale United Church.  Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) Alberta will be presenting on “Peace and Justice Work in the Palestine-Israel region”. This is a region MCC has worked in for nearly 70 years.  Please join us for this informative and educational presentation.’

  • Saturday, May 5th – Challenges of Peace and War, a community conference co-sponsored jointly by Ploughshares Calgary and Calgary Association of Lifelong Learners (CALL) at Varsity Acres Presbyterian Church @ 9:30 am

 

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements April 1, 2018

Lakeview United Church – April 1st, 2018

Our LAKEVIEW UC LENTEN PROJECT “Small Change for Clean Water”: There is a large jar on the Narthex table. Please save your change and place it in the jar. We are collecting this money for clean water development in needy areas like Africa. Thank you for your support. Let us go make a difference.

LUC Council is seeking an accountant (active or retired) to conduct a review (Notice to Reader) of our 2017 accounts. If you may be able to assist, please contact the Treasurer, Paige Martin. 

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:    1. Council Chair 2. Finance & Facilities Chair             3. Temporary Council Secretary    4. Temporary Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Kurt & Chelsea, Jope & Karen. Thank you for all your help!

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets next on April 8 at 9:30 AM in the sanctuary.  Please read Matthew chapter 24 in preparation.

Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United ChurchHealing Touch ministry Apr 2 – 7 pm evening; Apr 16 – 10 ammorning; May 7 – 7 pm evening. To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

Weaselhead Presents!!! Join us on Friday, Apr 27, 7:30 PM: The Staggered Pints will be performing at Lakeview United Church. Tickets are $25.

PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS - June 9th 2018 - CLOTHING EVENT Start now to put away clothing you do not intend to wear again and bring them to the Church the last week of May 2018 - (not before) Many thanks

It’s Garage Sale time again!  Help spread the word! Donations: Thursday, May 3rd   4:30 to 8:00 (chilli supper) Set-up:        Friday,      May 4th 10:00 to 2:00  (pizza lunch) Sale!:           Saturday, May 5th  8:00 to 1:00 (coffee, snacks, lunch) Sale Open to the Public:    Saturday, May 5th   9:00 to noon All volunteers welcome!  Sign-up sheets coming soon. Questions?    Janet Layton jmlayton@shaw.ca  or 403-797-4075

 

Wider Church

SINGING OUR FAITH – Jim & Jean Strathdee @ Northminster United Church.  Sat Apr 7th 1-4pm Choir Workshop and Sun Apr 8th Concert with Choir 7pm.  Cost for workshop and concert is by donation (suggested $15 concert/$10 worship $25 both). RSVP to office@northminster.ca.

Deer Park United Church (77 Deerpoint Rd SE) and Dying with Dignity Calgary are pleased to present two learning nights in April 2018. 

• Tuesday, April 10 at 7:00pm in the Fellowship Hall, "Who Will Speak For You? An Introduction to Advance Care Planning"

• Tuesday, April 24 at 7:00pm in the Fellowship Hall, "Medical Assistance in Dying"

These events are free to the public. You do not need to be a member of a church to attend these events. Registration is preferred. To register, please contact info@dpuc.ca or call (403) 278-8263.

The Calgary Council of Christians and Jews (CCCJ) and St. Peter’s Anglican Church are co-sponsoring a Holocaust Memorial Service on Sunday, April 15th at 7:00pm. Marnie Bondar will recount the story of her Grandmother Freda Plucer's survival during the Holocaust, using video clips of Freda's testimony. Everyone is welcome to join us as we stand together in solidarity with victims of hate and violence, and pray for God’s peace and hope throughout our world. Location: St. Peter’s Anglican Church, 903 75th Ave. SW, Calgary

Please mark your calendars for the following Project Ploughsharesevents:

• Wednesday, April 11th – Peace and Justice work in the Palestine-Israel region, presented by Mennonite Central Committee at Parkdale United Church @ 7 pm

• Saturday, May 5th – Challenges of Peace and War, a community conference co-sponsored jointly by Ploughshares Calgary and Calgary Association of Lifelong Learners (CALL) at Varsity Acres Presbyterian Church @ 9:30 am

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements March 25, 2018

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Bulletin Announcements March 18, 2018

Lakeview United Church – March 18, 2018 – Affirming Vote

Our LAKEVIEW UC LENTEN PROJECT “Small Change for Clean Water”: There is a large jar on the Narthex table. Please save your change and place it in the jar. We are collecting this money for clean water development in needy areas like Africa. Thank you for your support. Let us go make a difference.

Today, Sunday March 18: An Affirming vote will be taken by secret ballot after worship service. Members and adherents are able to vote.

LUC is actively searching for a Project Coordinator (Community Engagement and Communications) and a Summer Student to assist in the office. Job descriptions are available on the church website:       lakeviewunitedchurch.com

 

LUC Council is seeking an accountant (active or retired) to conduct a review (Notice to Reader) of our 2017 accounts. If you may be able to assist, please contact the Treasurer, Paige Martin. 

 

Next LUC Council Meeting – Join Us! The next LUC Council will be meeting on March 21 from 7:00 – 9:00 pm in the downstairs boardroom.  Come, learn about what the vital work that is going on behind the scenes in your Church. Everyone is welcome to attend!

 

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:    1. Council Chair 2. Finance & Facilities Chair             3. Temporary Council Secretary    4. Temporary Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Roger & Beckie Thank you for all your help!

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets next on Monday March 26 at 9:30 AM in the sanctuary, Please read Matthew chapter 24 in preparation.

Drum Making with Possabilities: Dakota Hawk would like to “Thank you” all for attending the Drum Making Workshop on the weekend end of March 9-10. I had a great time and hope you did too. Philámayaye & Mitakuye Oyasin

Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United ChurchHealing Touch ministry Mar. 5 – 7 pm evening; Mar. 19 – 10 am morning. To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

Reel Theology’ Lenten Movie Series: Join us for 5 weeks of movie viewing and discussion on Thursdays at 1 pm. Next movie “The Mission”. 

Weaselhead Presents!!! Join us on Friday, Apr 27, 7:30 PM: The Staggered Pints will be performing at Lakeview United Church. Tickets are $25.

Maundy Thursday March 29th: Please join us for Maundy Thursday’s Last Supper Mediterranean Meal. Food sign-up sheets are on the Narthex table.  

Wider Church

Saturday March 24, 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm PossABilities 1st Annual Spring Has Sprung Dinner & Show: You’re invited to PossABilities’ 1st Annual Spring Has Sprung Dinner & Show at Lakeview United Church. Tickets are $20. For tickets contact Stacy at (403) 561-6775

SINGING OUR FAITH – Jim & Jean Strathdee @ Northminster United Church.  Sat Apr 7th 1-4pm Choir Workshop and Sun Apr 8th Concert with Choir 7pm.  Cost for workshop and concert is by donation (suggested $15 concert/$10 worship $25 both). RSVP to office@northminster.ca.

The Calgary Council of Christians and Jews (CCCJ) and St. Peter’s Anglican Church are co-sponsoring a Holocaust Memorial Service on Sunday, April 15th at 7:00pm. Marnie Bondar will recount the story of her Grandmother Freda Plucer's survival during the Holocaust, using video clips of Freda's testimony. Everyone is welcome to join us as we stand together in solidarity with victims of hate and violence, and pray for God’s peace and hope throughout our world. Location: St. Peter’s Anglican Church, 903 75th Ave. SW, Calgary

Please mark your calendars for the following Project Ploughshares events:

• Wednesday, April 11th – Peace and Justice work in the Palestine-Israel region, presented by Mennonite Central Committee at Parkdale United Church @ 7 pm

• Saturday, May 5th – Challenges of Peace and War, a community conference co-sponsored jointly by Ploughshares Calgary and Calgary Association of Lifelong Learners (CALL) at Varsity Acres Presbyterian Church @ 9:30 am

Other events of interest around town:

• Friday, March 23rd - Reader’s Theatre Performance of Souls—A play about the ongoing conflict in Palestine—Israel region at MCC Alberta @ 7 pm

 Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements March 11, 2018

Lakeview United Church – March 11, 2018 – SOUPER SUNDAY

Our LAKEVIEW UC LENTEN PROJECT “Small Change for Clean Water”: There is a large jar on the Narthex table. Please save your change and place it in the jar. We are collecting this money for clean water development in needy areas like Africa. Thank you for your support. Let us go make a difference.

Reserve the Date Sunday March 18: An Affirming vote will be taken by secret ballot after worship service. Members and adherents are able to vote.

LUC Council is seeking an accountant (active or retired) to conduct a review (Notice to Reader) of our 2017 accounts. If you may be able to assist, please contact the Treasurer, Paige Martin.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:    1. Council Chair 2. Finance & Facilities Chair              3. Temporary Council Secretary   4. Temporary Faith Formation & Worship

 Souper Sunday: Many thanks to this week’s Souper Sunday volunteers. Thank you all for making this another successful Souper Sunday!

 MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets next on March 12 at 9:30 AM in the sanctuary.  Please read Matthew chapter 23 in preparation.

 PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS - June 9th 2018 - CLOTHING EVENT Start now to put away clothing you do not intend to wear again and bring them to the Church the last week of May 2018 - (not before)  Many thanks

 Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry Mar. 5 – 7 pm evening; Mar. 19 – 10 am morning. To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

 ‘Reel Theology’ Lenten Movie Series: Join us for 5 weeks of movie viewing and discussion on Thursdays at 1 pm. Next movie “The Mission”.

 Weaselhead Presents!!! Join us on Friday, Mar 16, 7:30 PM: Over The Moon will be performing at Lakeview United Church. Tickets are $25.

Maundy Thursday March 29th: Please join us for Maundy Thursday’s Last Supper Mediterranean Meal. Sign-up sheets are on the Narthex table. 

Wider Church

Marda Loop Justice Film Festival justREEL FILM SERIES presents: In Dialogue, 7:00PM Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 River Park Auditorium, 3818 14a St SW Calgary, AB. Free Admission

March 17, 2018 10:00 am - 3:00 pm: Cross-Cultural Temple Tour invite. The day includes a guided visit to a Muslim mosque, Sikh temple, Hindu temple and a Buddhist temple. Registration is $69 includes a delicious ethnic lunch! For more info email: multicultural2002@gmail.com or call 888-897-4224

Saturday March 24, 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm PossABilities 1st Annual Spring Has Sprung Dinner & Show: You’re invited to PossABilities’ 1st Annual Spring Has Sprung Dinner & Show at Lakeview United Church. Tickets are $20. For tickets contact Stacy at (403) 561-6775

SINGING OUR FAITH – Jim & Jean Strathdee @ Northminster United Church.  Sat Apr 7th 1-4pm Choir Workshop and Sun Apr 8th Concert with Choir 7pm.  Cost for workshop and concert is by donation (suggested $15 concert/$10 worship $25 both). RSVP to office@northminster.ca.

Please mark your calendars for the following Project Ploughshares events:

  • Wednesday, March 14th – Islamophobia, presented by Prof. Dr. Mark Ayyash at Parkdale United Church @ 7 pm

  • Wednesday, April 11th – Peace and Justice work in the Palestine-Israel region, presented by Mennonite Central Committee at Parkdale United Church @ 7 pm

  • Saturday, May 5th – Challenges of Peace and War, a community conference co-sponsored jointly by Ploughshares Calgary and Calgary Association of Lifelong Learners (CALL) at Varsity Acres Presbyterian Church @ 9:30 am

Other events of interest around town:

  • Tuesday, March 6th - Basic Income Calgary Network Meeting, for info contact: Darrell@vibrantcalgary.com

  • Tuesday, March 13th film, “In Dialogue” - River Park Auditorium, 3818—14A Street SW @ 7 pm

  • Friday, March 23rd - Reader’s Theatre Performance of Souls—A play about the ongoing conflict in Palestine—Israel region at MCC Alberta @ 7 pm

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements March 4, 2018

Lakeview United Church – March 4, 2018

OBSERVER: I’m delighted the Observer subscription list is complete for 2018.  This church is simply amazing.  Thanks to the counters who helped with the process.  Available copies of the Observer in the rack by the front door.  Please feel free to take one and return it and take another.  People who would like to read the Observer online – ucobserver.org     

LUC Council is seeking an accountant (active or retired) to conduct a review (Notice to Reader) of our 2017 accounts. If you may be able to assist, please contact the Treasurer, Paige Martin. 

 

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:    1. Council Chair 2. Finance & Facilities Chair             3. Temporary Council Secretary    4. Temporary Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Shirley R. & Jeanne B. Thank you for all your help!

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets next on March 12 at 9:30 AM in the sanctuary.  Please read Matthew chapter 23 in preparation.

PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS - June 9th 2018 - CLOTHING EVENT Start now to put away clothing you do not intend to wear again and bring them to the Church the last week of May 2018 - (not before)  Many thanks

Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United ChurchHealing Touch ministry Mar. 5 – 7 pm evening; Mar. 19 – 10 am morning. To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

Drum Making with possABilities’ Dakota Hawk, Friday March 9 (evening) & Saturday March 10 (morning): Sign-up sheet located on the Narthex table. Thank you.

 ‘Reel Theology’ Lenten Movie Series: Join us for 5 weeks of movie viewing and discussion on Thursdays at 1 pm. Next movie “Romero”. Further movies TBA.

Weaselhead Presents!!! Join us on Friday, Mar 16, 7:30 PM: Over The Moon will be performing at Lakeview United Church. Tickets are $25.

Maundy Thursday March 29th: Please join us for Maundy Thursday’s Last Supper Mediterranean Meal. Food sign-up sheets are on the Narthex table.  

 

Wider Church

Faith Encounters Climate: A Dialogue with Katharine Hayhoe and George Marshall. Tuesday, 6 March 2018 from 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM (MST) Telus Spark Centre, 220 St. Georges Dr. N.E. Calgary, AB T2E 5T2

Marda Loop Justice Film Festival justREEL FILM SERIES presents: In Dialogue, 7:00PM Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 River Park Auditorium, 3818 14a St SW Calgary, AB. Free Admission

March 17, 2018 10:00 am - 3:00 pm: Cross-Cultural Temple Tour invite. The day includes a guided visit to a Muslim mosque, Sikh temple, Hindu temple and a Buddhist temple. Registration is $69 includes a delicious ethnic lunch! For more info email: multicultural2002@gmail.com or call 888-897-4224 

Saturday March 24, 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm PossABilities 1st Annual Spring Has Sprung Dinner & Show: You’re invited to PossABilities’ 1st Annual Spring Has Sprung Dinner & Show at Lakeview United Church. Tickets are $20. For tickets contact Stacy at (403) 561-6775

SINGING OUR FAITH – Jim & Jean Strathdee @ Northminster United Church.  Sat Apr 7th 1-4pm Choir Workshop and Sun Apr 8th Concert with Choir 7pm.  Cost for workshop and concert is by donation (suggested $15 concert/$10 worship $25 both). RSVP to office@northminster.ca.

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements February 25 , 2018

THE UNITED CHURCH OBSERVER:  February is renewal month. New subscribers are always welcome. Group Rate is $25/year, cash for cheque. Cheque payable to Lakeview United ChurchMark your payment as ‘Observer’. Place on offering plate.Your new subscription starts May 1st, 2018. Any questions, see Gerry Scharff [403-242-1712] or gjscharff@shaw.ca

LUC Council is seeking an accountant (active or retired) to conduct a review (Notice to Reader) of our 2017 accounts. If you may be able to assist, please contact the Treasurer, Paige Martin.

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:    1. Council Chair 2. Finance & Facilities Chair              3. Temporary Council Secretary   4. Temporary Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Linda, Diane, Barry & Maida. Thank you for all your help!

 

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets next on February 26 at 9:30 AM in the sanctuary.  Please read Matthew 21: 33-45 and chapter 22 in preparation

Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry Mar. 5 – 7 pm evening; Mar. 19 – 10 am morning. To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

Drum Making with possABilities’ Dakota Hawk, Friday March 9 (evening) & Saturday March 10 (morning): Sign-up sheet located on the Narthex table. Thank you.

‘Reel Theology’ Lenten Movie Series: Join us for 5 weeks of movie viewing and discussion on Thursdays at 1 pm. Next movie “Cry Freedom”. Further movies TBA.

Weaselhead Presents!!! Join us on Friday, Mar 16, 7:30 PM: Over The Moon will be performing at Lakeview United Church. Tickets are $25.

 

Wider Church

World Day of Prayer  2018          Country - Suriname Theme: "All God's Creation is Very Good"

Friday Mar 2, 2018, 11 AM McDougall United, 8516 Athabasca St SE

Friday Mar 2, 2018, 1:30 PM St Gerard's Roman Catholic, 8944 Elbow Dr SW

Saturday Mar 3, 2018, 3 PM Robert McClure United, 5510 26 Ave NE

Friday Mar 2, 2018, 7 PM St Michael's Roman Catholic, 800 85 St SW

Friday Mar 2, 2018, 1:30 PM St Pius Roman Catholic, 2424 24 Ave NW

Friday Mar 2, 2018, 7 PM Foothills United, 3803  69 Street NW

Friday Mar 2, 2018, 2 PM St Andrew's United Cochrane, 128 1 St SE

Faith Encounters Climate: A Dialogue with Katharine Hayhoe and George Marshall. Tuesday, 6 March 2018 from 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM (MST) Telus Spark Centre, 220 St. Georges Dr. N.E. Calgary, AB T2E 5T2

Marda Loop Justice Film Festival justREEL FILM SERIES presents: In Dialogue, 7:00PM Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 River Park Auditorium, 3818 14a St SW Calgary, AB. Free Admission

March 17, 2018 10:00 am - 3:00 pm: Cross-Cultural Temple Tour invite. The day includes a guided visit to a Muslim mosque, Sikh temple, Hindu temple and a Buddhist temple. Registration is $69 includes a delicious ethnic lunch! For more info email: multicultural2002@gmail.com or call 888-897-4224

Saturday March 24, 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm PossABilities 1st Annual Spring Has Sprung Dinner & Show:You’re invited to PossABilities’ 1st Annual Spring Has Sprung Dinner & Show. Tickets are $20. For tickets contact Stacy at (403) 561-6775

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements February 18, 2018

Lakeview United Church – February 18, 2018

THE UNITED CHURCH OBSERVER: February is renewal month. New subscribers are always welcome. Group Rate is $25/year, cash for cheque. Cheque payable to Lakeview United ChurchMark your payment as ‘Observer’. Place on offering plate. Your new subscription starts May 1st, 2018.

Any questions, see Gerry Scharff [403-242-1712] or gjscharff@shaw.ca

Next LUC Council Meeting – Join Us! The next LUC Council will be meeting on Feb 21 from 7:00 – 9:00 pm in the downstairs boardroom.  Come, learn about what the vital work that is going on behind the scenes in your Church; everyone is welcome to attend!

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:    1. Council Chair 2. Finance & Facilities Chair              3. Temporary Council Secretary    4. Temporary Faith Formation & Worship

Thank you to all the volunteers helping with another successful Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper!

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Doug & Gwen, & Etta. Thank you for all your help!

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets next on February 26 at 9:30 AM in the sanctuary.  Please read Matthew 21: 33-45 and chapter 22 in preparation

Warming up to Worship: Come out from 9:00-9:45 before the Sunday services each week, and join us as we engage in a group discussion about that week’s readings. All are welcome. We have a lot of fun examining the readings of the day and discovering how the text might become meaningful in our lives. Bring a Bible and your morning coffee and join the conversation.

Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry Mar. 5 – 7 pm evening; Mar. 19 – 10 am morning. To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

 Tax Receipts: To help us save on postage, please pick up your tax TODAY February 18 will be mailed out the following day. Thank you so much for your help, it is greatly appreciated.

Drum Making with possABilities’ Dakota Hawk, Friday March 9 (evening) & Saturday March 10 (morning): Sign-up sheet located on the Narthex table. Thank you.

Weaselhead Presents!!! Join us on Friday, Feb 23, 7:30 PM: The Wardens will be performing at Lakeview United Church. Tickets are $25.

‘Reel Theology’ Lenten Movie Series: Join us for 5 weeks of movie viewing and discussion on Thursdays at 1 pm, beginning February 22. Movie line-up TBA.

Wider Church

World Day of Prayer  2018          Country - Suriname Theme: "All God's Creation is Very Good" Friday Mar 2, 2018, 11 AM McDougall United, 8516 Athabasca St SE Friday Mar 2, 2018, 1:30 PM St Gerard's Roman Catholic, 8944 Elbow Dr SW Saturday Mar 3, 2018, 3 PM Robert McClure United, 5510 26 Ave NE Friday Mar 2, 2018, 7 PM St Michael's Roman Catholic, 800 85 St SW Friday Mar 2, 2018, 1:30 PM St Pius Roman Catholic, 2424 24 Ave NW Friday Mar 2, 2018, 7 PM Foothills United, 3803  69 Street NW Friday Mar 2, 2018, 2 PM St Andrew's United Cochrane, 128 1 St SE

March 17, 2018 10:00 am - 3:00 pm: Cross-Cultural Temple Tour invite. The day includes a guided visit to a Muslim mosque, Sikh temple, Hindu temple and a Buddhist temple. Registration is $69 includes a delicious ethnic lunch! For more info email: multicultural2002@gmail.com or call 888-897-4224

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements February 11, 2018

Lakeview United Church – February 11, 2018

THE UNITED CHURCH OBSERVER: February is renewal month. New subscribers are always welcome. Group Rate is $25/year, cash for cheque. Cheque payable to Lakeview United ChurchMark your payment as Observer. Place on offering plate. Your new subscription starts May 1st, 2018. Any questions, see Gerry Scharff [403-242-1712] or gjscharff@shaw.ca

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:    1. Council Chair 2. Finance & Facilities Chair              3. Temporary Council Secretary   4. Temporary Faith Formation & Worship

The Annual Financial Meeting will take place after the service on Sunday, Feb 11, 2018.

Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper February 13th, 2018 at 5:30 pm. Sign-up sheets located on the Narthex table. Donations welcome

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Heather & Jean. Thank you for all your help!

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets next on February 12 at 9:30 AM in the sanctuary. Please read Matthew chapter 21 in preparation. 

Warming up to Worship: Come out from 9:00-9:45 before the Sunday services each week, and join us as we engage in a group discussion about that week’s readings. All are welcome. We have a lot of fun examining the readings of the day and discovering how the text might become meaningful in our lives. Bring a Bible and your morning coffee and join the conversation.

Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry Mar. 5 – 7 pm evening; Mar. 19 – 10 am morning. To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

Tax Receipts: To help us save on postage, please pick up your tax receipt located on the Narthex table.Those that are not picked up by Sunday February 18 will be mailed out the following day. Thank you so much for your help, it is greatly appreciated.

Drum Making with possABilities’ Dakota Hawk, Friday March 9 (evening) & Saturday March 10 (morning): Sign-up sheet located on the Narthex table. Thank you.

Weaselhead Presents!!! Join us on Friday, Feb 23, 7:30 PM: The Wardens will be performing at Lakeview United Church. Tickets are $25.

‘Reel Theology’ Lenten Movie Series: Join us for 5 weeks of movie viewing and discussion on Thursdays at 1 pm, beginning February 22. Movie line-up TBA.

Wider Church

St. Laurence Anglican Church (Lakeview) Ash Wednesday Services February 14th: There will be a said service at 10 am and a Choral Service at 7:30 pm. All welcome.

World Day of Prayer  2018          Country - Suriname Theme: "All God's Creation is Very Good" Friday Mar 2, 2018, 11 AM McDougall United, 8516 Athabasca St SE Friday Mar 2, 2018, 1:30 PM St Gerard's Roman Catholic, 8944 Elbow Dr SW Saturday Mar 3, 2018, 3 PM Robert McClure United, 5510 26 Ave NE Friday Mar 2, 2018, 7 PM St Michael's Roman Catholic, 800 85 St SW Friday Mar 2, 2018, 1:30 PM St Pius Roman Catholic, 2424 24 Ave NW Friday Mar 2, 2018, 7 PM Foothills United, 3803  69 Street NW Friday Mar 2, 2018, 2 PM St Andrew's United Cochrane, 128 1 St SE

March 17, 2018 10:00 am - 3:00 pm: Cross-Cultural Temple Tour invite. The day includes a guided visit to a Muslim mosque, Sikh temple, Hindu temple and a Buddhist temple. Registration is $69 includes a delicious ethnic lunch! For more info email: multicultural2002@gmail.com or call 888-897-4224

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements February 4, 2018

Lakeview United Church – February 4, 2018

THE UNITED CHURCH OBSERVER: February is renewal month. New subscribers are always welcome. Group Rate is $25/year, cash or cheque. Cheque payable to Lakeview United Church.  Mark your payment as ‘Observer.’ Place on offering plate. Your new subscription starts May 1st, 2018. Any questions, see Gerry Scharff [403-242-1712] or gjscharff@shaw.ca

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:    1. Council Chair 2. Finance & Facilities Chair                3. Temporary Council Secretary    4. Temporary Faith Formation & Worship

The Annual Financial Meeting will take place after the service on Sunday, Feb 11, 2018.

Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper February 13th, 2018 at 5:30 pm. Sign-up sheets located on the Narthex table. Donations welcome

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Sue & Barb. Thank you for all your help!

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets next on February 12 at 9:30 AM in the sanctuary. Please read Matthew chapter 21 in preparation.  

Warming up to Worship: Come out from 9:00-9:45 before the Sunday services each week, and join us as we engage in a group discussion about that week’s readings. All are welcome. We have a lot of fun examining the readings of the day and discovering how the text might become meaningful in our lives. Bring a Bible and your morning coffee and join the conversation.

Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry Feb. 5 – 7 pm evening; Mar. 5 – 7 pm evening; Mar. 19 – 10 am morning. To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

Tax Receipts: To help us save on postage, please pick up your tax receipt located on the Narthex table. Those that are not picked up by Sunday February 18 will be mailed out the following day. Thank you so much for your help, it is greatly appreciated.

Drum Making with possABilities’ Dakota Hawk, Friday March 9 (evening) & Saturday March 10 (morning): Sign-up sheet located on the Narthex table. Thank you.

Weaselhead Presents!!! Join us on Friday, Feb 23, 7:30 PM: The Wardens will be performing at Lakeview United Church. Tickets are $25.

‘Reel Theology’ Lenten Movie Series: Join us for 5 weeks of movie viewing and discussion on Thursdays at 1 pm, beginning February 22. Movie line-up TBA.

Wider Church

The Gospels of Mark and John as performed by Angus Stuart. St. Laurence Church (Lakeview) Feb 8 & 9 at 7 pm. For more details or www.wisdomcentre.ca  Earlybird tickets $15 or $20 at door

Calgary Interfaith Council Presents: UN World Interfaith Harmony Week

A WEEK OF INTERFAITH LEARNING, AWARENESS, AND APPRECIATION

  • Feb 4-5: Open Houses and Pulpit Exchanges see www.calgaryinterfaithcouncil.org

  • Feb 5, 8 am: Interfaith Breakfast – “Breaking Barriers, Building Bridges” Beth Tzedec (1325 Glenmore Tr, SW)

  • Feb 5, 5:30 pm: “My Story”, how faith shapes our lives MRU Lincoln room

ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC To RSVP and for more information, contact www.calgaryinterfaithcouncil.org or call 403-255-8688 ext. 2

St. Laurence Anglican Church (Lakeview) Ash Wednesday Services February 14th: There will be a said service at 10 am and a Choral Service at 7:30 pm. All welcome.

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements January 28, 2018

Lakeview United Church - January 28, 2018

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:    1. Council Chair 2. Finance & Facilities Chair              3. Temporary Council Secretary   4. Temporary Faith Formation & Worship

The Annual Financial Meeting will take place after the service on Sunday, Feb 11, 2018.

The office is looking for people to fold and stuff Sunday bulletins. The bulletins and announcements are prepared every Friday by noon. It takes 30 to 45 minutes. Please contact Jacqueline in the office at (403) 242-5760, if you’d like to join the volunteer roster. Thank you.

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Jeanne Butterworth & Shirley Roddick. Thank you for all your help!

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets next on February 12 at 9:30 AM in the sanctuary. Please read Matthew chapter 21 in preparation. 

Warming up to Worship: Come out from 9:00-9:45 before the Sunday services each week, and join us as we engage in a group discussion about that week’s readings. All are welcome. We have a lot of fun examining the readings of the day and discovering how the text might become meaningful in our lives. Bring a Bible and your morning coffee and join the conversation.

Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry Feb. 5 – 7 pm evening; Mar. 5 – 7 pm evening; Mar. 19 – 10 am morning. To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Wider Church

Living Well and Leaving Well: McInnis and Holloway is offering a one hour workshop at St. Thomas United Church, on Probate and Estates, Power of Attorney and Personal Directives, Cremation and Burial Pre-Planning, and How to Simplify Your Executor's Job. WHEN:  11:30 a.m. Sun. Feb 4, 2018, light lunch immediately followed by the workshop. Please invite your friends, family, and neighbours.

The Gospels of Mark and John as performed by Angus Stuart. St. Laurence Church (Lakeview) Feb 8 & 9 at 7 pm. For more details or www.wisdomcentre.ca  Earlybird tickets $15 or $20 at door

Calgary Interfaith Council Presents: UN World Interfaith Harmony Week A WEEK OF INTERFAITH LEARNING, AWARENESS, AND APPRECIATION

  • Feb 1, 6 PM: Opening Ceremony at City Hall Atrium

  • Feb 2-5: Open Houses and Pulpit Exchanges see www.calgaryinterfaithcouncil.org

  • Feb 2, 1 PM: AJC Islamic School of Calgary (2612 37st Ave. NE) Youth Program (9th-12th Graders) - 1:30pm Prayer service

  • Feb 3, 9 AM: Habitat for Humanity Interfaith Build Day, Contact Josh Naud at 403-253-9331 (ext.265)

  • Feb 3, 1 – 5 PM: Kiaros Indigenous Blanket Exercise followed by group discussion. Grey Eagle Resort (3777 Grey Eagle Drive)

  • Feb 5, 8 AM: Beth Tzedec Congregation (1325 Glenmore Trail SW). Interfaith Breakfast - “Breaking Barriers, Building Bridges”. RSVP at 403-255-8688 or info@bethtzedec.ca

ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC To RSVP and for more information, contact www.calgaryinterfaithcouncil.org or call 403-255-8688 ext. 2

St. Laurence Anglican Church (Lakeview) Ash Wednesday Services February 14th: There will be a said service at 10 am and a Choral Service at 7:30 pm. All welcome.

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements January 21, 2018

Lakeview United Church - January 21, 2018

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:   

1. Council Chair

2. Finance & Facilities Chair               

3. Temporary Council Secretary  

4. Temporary Faith Formation & Worship

The office is looking for people to fold and stuff Sunday bulletins. The bulletins and announcements are prepared every Friday by noon. It takes 30 to 45 minutes. Please contact Jacqueline in the office at (403) 242-5760, if you’d like to join the volunteer rosterThank you.

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Louise & Al. Thank you for all your help!

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets next on January 22 in the sanctuary at 9:30 AM.  We continue with the book of Matthew.  Please read chapter 20 in preparation.

Warming up to Worship: Come out from 9:00-9:45 before the Sunday services each week, and join us as we engage in a group discussion about that week’s readings. All are welcome. We have a lot of fun examining the readings of the day and discovering how the text might become meaningful in our lives. Bring a Bible and your morning coffee and join the conversation.

Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry Jan.22 – 10 am morning, Feb. 5 – 7 pm evening Mar. 5 – 7 pm evening, Mar. 19 – 10 am morning. To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

 Wider Church

Dinner is Served - Supper Church, Thursday January 25th 5:30 PM (the fourth Thursday of every month). A no charge, community meal. Eat a simple supper, and enjoy a faith story and some music. Hosted at Northminster United Church, 3311 Centre Street North 403 277 0322, Let us know if you can join us.

The annual Week of Prayer for Christian Unity begins Thursday, Jan 18 and concludes Thursday, January 25. Let us join other Christian churches in our area as we remember the 2018 theme, “Your Right Hand, O Lord, Glorious in Power” (Exodus 15:6) prepared by  the Caribbean Conference of churches. You are invited to participate in one of the following services:

  • Red Carpet Series Concert & Lunch: Please join us at Knox United Church February 2nd for this lovely concert presented by the German Canadian Male Chorus of Calgary on February 2 at noon! The concert is free, lunch is $7.00. The German Canadian Male Chorus was founded in 1971 by German immigrants who wished to enjoy and preserve their German choral culture.  Today, we sing approximately 60% of our songs in German and about 60% of our members are still immigrants from Germany and nearby countries. In October 2017, the choir toured to England in celebration of the 150th Anniversary of Canada. The choir is directed by Susan Woodward and accompanied by Jeannie Park.

  • Living Well and Leaving Well: McInnis and Holloway is offering a one hour workshop at St. Thomas United Church, on Probate and Estates, Power of Attorney and Personal Directives, Cremation and Burial Pre-Planning, and How to Simplify Your Executor's Job. WHEN:  11:30 a.m. Sun. Feb 4, 2018, light lunch immediately followed by the workshop. Please invite your friends, family, and neighbours.

  • The Gospels of Mark and John as performed by Angus Stuart. St. Laurence Anglican Church (Lakeview) Feb 8 & 9 at 7 pm. For more details or www.wisdomcentre.ca  Earlybird tickets $15 or $20 at door.

 

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements January 14 , 2018

Lakeview United Church - January 14, 2018

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:    1. Council Chair 2. Finance & Facilities Chair               3. Temporary Council Secretary   4. Temporary Faith Formation & Worship

Next LUC Council Meeting– Join Us! The next LUC Council will be meeting on (January 17) from 7:00 – 9:00 pm in the downstairs boardroom.  Come, learn about what the vital work that is going on behind the scenes in your Church; everyone is welcome to attend!

The office is looking for people to fold and stuff Sunday bulletins. The bulletins and announcements are prepared every Friday by noon. It takes 30 to 45 minutes. Please contact Jacqueline in the office at (403) 242-5760, if you’d like to join the volunteer roster. Thank you.

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Phyl & Gerry Gavelin, and Meta Lynas & Heather Dorin. Thank you for all your help!

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets next on January 22 in the sanctuary at 9:30 AM.  We continue with the book of Matthew.  Please read chapter 20 in preparation.

Warming up to Worship: Come out from 9:00-9:45 before the Sunday services each week, and join us as we engage in a group discussion about that week’s readings. All are welcome. We have a lot of fun examining the readings of the day and discovering how the text might become meaningful in our lives. Bring a Bible and your morning coffee and join the conversation.

Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry  Jan.22 – 10 am morning Feb. 5 – 7 pm evening Mar. 5 – 7 pm evening Mar. 19 – 10 am morning  To make an appointment or if you have questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church: healingtouch@andychurch.org

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Wider Church

If you Can’t Speak for Yourself, Who Will? Making Health Care Decisions that Matter: Will your family know your wishes? Learn about Advance Care planning, Personal Directives and talking with your loved ones.  Tues, Jan 16, 2018, 7 – 8:30 St Thomas United Church, 100 Hawkwood Blvd. Free public session for all 18+. Please call 403-241-0366 to register.

On January 19th, Red Deer Lake United will have the play “Family Tear”. "Family Tear" is a play that looks at the challenges of living with dementia such as life choices and dealing with the changes that it presents. Doors will open at 6:30 PM and the play will begin at 7:00 PM. A concession will be available. Tickets - Adults $20, Families $50 Tickets are available on line. https://reddeerlakeuc.com/tickets/. The play will also be at Deer Park on Saturday January 27 from 3 to 5 pm.

2018 Friendship Round Dance, January 20, 5 p.m. - 12 a.m. Genesis Centre, 7555 Falconridge Blvd Northeast, Calgary, Alberta T3J 0C9. Join Pathways/Miskanawah for a traditional feast, drumming, dancing, and more! MC’s: Hal Eagletail & Daniel Wildman - Stickman: Farley Cardinal 50/50 and raffle items available! Event open to all ages and free of charge! FB Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1968449186711064/

Dinner is Served - Supper Church, Thursday January 25th 5:30 PM (the fourth Thursday of every month). A no charge, community meal. Eat a simple supper, and enjoy a faith story and some music. Hosted at Northminster United Church, 3311 Centre Street North 403 277 0322, Let us know if you can join us.

Living Well and Leaving Well: McInnis and Holloway is offering a one hour workshop at St. Thomas United Church, on Probate and Estates, Power of Attorney and Personal Directives, Cremation and Burial Pre-Planning, and How to Simplify Your Executor's Job. WHEN:  11:30 a.m. Sun. Feb 4, 2018, light lunch immediately followed by the workshop. Please invite your friends, family, and neighbours.

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements January 7, 2018

Lakeview United Church - January 7, 2018

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:  

1. Council Chair

2. Finance & Facilities Chair               

3. Temporary Council Secretary  

4. Temporary Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Doug & Gwen Jamieson. Thank you for all your help!

Monday Morning Bible Study resumes on Monday January 8 at 9:30 AM in the sanctuary.  Please read Matthew chapters 19 & 20 in preparation

Warming up to Worship: Come out from 9:00-9:45 before the Sunday services each week, and join us as we engage in a group discussion about that week’s readings. All are welcome. We have a lot of fun examining the readings of the day and discovering how the text might become meaningful in our lives. Bring a Bible and your morning coffee and join the conversation.

Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry Jan.8 – 7 pm evening; Jan.22 – 10 am morning

Wider Church

Calgary Queer Church has its first service of the year this Sunday, January 7 at Parkdale United Church. We have a lovely new space in the basement-we specifically chose this space to accommodate our growing community, because we enjoyed the acoustics, and because it felt so cozy! Follow the signs when you enter Parkdale’s front doors to find us. The doors open at 6:00pm for fellowship and the service begins at 7:00pm.

On January 19th, Red Deer Lake United will have the play “Family Tear”. "Family Tear" is a play that looks at the challenges of living with dementia such as life choices and dealing with the changes that it presents. The playwright, Michelle Warkentin not only tackles the subject of dementia but she is also looks at other health issues that can plague women. As all of us age, the play is of interest to any person 14 and over wondering about dementia. Doors will open at 6:30 PM and the play will begin at 7:00 PM. A concession will be available. Tickets - Adults $20, Families $50 Tickets are available on line. https://reddeerlakeuc.com/tickets/. The play will also be at Deer Park on Saturday January 27 from 3 to 5 pm.

Dinner is Served - Supper Church, Thursday January 25th 5:30 PM (the fourth Thursday of every month). A no charge, community meal. Eat a simple supper, and enjoy a faith story and some music. Hosted at Northminster United Church, 3311 Centre Street North 403 277 0322, Let us know if you can join us.

“Finding Your Personal Metaphor” Workshop, facilitated by Lana Skauge. January 27, 9 am to noon. $20 at Wild Rose United Church 1317. PERSONAL HISTORY STORYTELLING Come and value the lessons that your life stories have given you! Journey with Lana as you discover the power of the past by revisiting memories using metaphor, humour and emotional mapping to weave your wisdom tale.

Godly Play - Core Training: 24 hours Over 3 Saturdays - Feb 3, Mar 3, & Apr 21, at 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Cost is $125 per session or $350 for all three! Leadership provided by accredited Godly Play Trainers. Godly Play is a creative and discovery based approach to faith formation and spiritual development. It encourages people of all ages to make meaning and connect with God through Biblical story, wondering, creative response and community. Come join the circle! Can’t make all 3 sessions? Missed sessions can be made up within 2 years for full accreditation. Contact Ruth Lumax for more information (780) 352 2157 or email uchurch@incentre.net - First United Church, Wetaskiwin

If you Can’t Speak for Yourself, Who Will? Making Health Care Decisions that Matter: Will your family know your wishes? Learn about Advance Care planning, Personal Directives and talking with your loved ones. Tues, Jan 16, 2018, 7 – 8:30 St Thomas United Church, 100 Hawkwood Blvd. Free public session for all 18+. Please call 403-241-0366 to register.

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements December 17, 2017

December 17, 2017

Office Holiday Hours: The office will be closed Dec 25 to Jan 1st and will reopen January 2nd. Rev. Jope will be available for any emergencies.

 LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Council Chair                                   

2. Finance & Facilities Chair

3. Temporary Council Secretary   

4. Temporary Faith Formation & Worship

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Connie Labicane and Heather Mayers. Thank you for all your help!

Warming up to Worship: Come out from 9:00-9:45 before the Sunday services each week, and join us as we engage in a group discussion about that week’s readings. All are welcome. We have a lot of fun examining the readings of the day and discovering how the text might become meaningful in our lives. Bring a Bible and your morning coffee and join the conversation.

Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry Dec.18 – 10 am morning; Jan.8 – 7 pm evening; Jan.22 – 10 am morning

Advent Film Study, Thursday at 1pm: Please join Rev. Jope for the last film of the series: December 21: The Nativity Story

Thursday December 21, 2017, “Blue Christmas” or “Longest Night” service (7 pm). This special time has been set aside for those who may find Christmas to be challenging and sometimes painful. Come and join in with prayer and candle-lighting, soft music, and a message of hope.

December 24 Christmas Eve Morning, Family-focused service (10 am) – 4 the Sunday of Advent with caroling around 9:45 am and the theme being love.

December 24 Candlelight Service (7 pm) – This service is one of our highlights of the year with caroling, hearing the Christmas message, sharing in communion, lighting candles, and being in community together.

Merry & Bright Caroling Night at Northminster United Church (3311 Centre St N): Wednesday December 20 at 7 pm: Sing your Christmas favourites in the warmth of our building. Free hot chocolate and cookies. Everyone Welcome.

The 3rd Annual Messiah from Scratch being held at Knox Presbyterian Church on December 22 at 2:30pm. Calling all singers and instrumentalists to join us to perform the Messiah unrehearsed under the baton of Carey Unger, and featuring various soloists (there might still be some solos available!). Everyone is welcome to this festive event and we hope you will spread the word! For more information, please contact Liz Tremblay at limestoneliz@gmail.com or the Knox Church office at 403-242-1808 or office@knoxcalgary.ca.

Family Friendly Burns Night, Saturday 20, 2018 at 6 pm. Renfrew United Church (956 Radnor Ave NE). Join us for a traditional Burns Night celebration and supper with a Scottish piper and resident Scottish Toastmaster (no alcohol is served at this family-friendly event). Adults $30 per person; Child under 12 $10. For tickets call the office at (403) 277-1571 or Marlene Monilaws at (403) 519-9447

“Finding Your Personal Metaphor” Workshop, facilitated by Lana Skauge. January 27, 9 am to noon. $20 at Wild Rose United Church 1317. PERSONAL HISTORY STORYTELLING Come and value the lessons that your life stories have given you! Journey with Lana as you discover the power of the past by revisiting memories using metaphor, humour and emotional mapping to weave your wisdom tale.

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Council Chair: Vacant Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements December 10, 2018

December 10, 2017

Office Holiday Hours: The office will be closed Dec 25 to Jan 1st and will reopen January 2nd. Rev. Jope will be available for any emergencies.

 

LUC Council Volunteer Opportunities:

1. Council Chair                                 2. Finance & Facilities Chair

3. Temporary Council Secretary   4. Temporary Faith Formation & Worship

 

Coffee and Conversation: We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! Many thanks to this week’s Coffee Hosts: Nancy & Ron Gillean, and Jean Scott. Thank you for all your help!

 

Warming up to Worship: Come out from 9:00-9:45 before the Sunday services each week, and join us as we engage in a group discussion about that week’s readings. All are welcome. We have a lot of fun examining the readings of the day and discovering how the text might become meaningful in our lives. Bring a Bible and your morning coffee and join the conversation.

 

Save the date, Dec 12 at 7:30 pm: Join the Westwinds Choral Society’s 3 Choirs and our LUC Choir for a celebration of Christmas favourites on Tuesday, Dec 12th at 7:30 pm in the Sanctuary. Food Bank donations are welcome.

 

Healing Touch: Save these dates for St. Andrews United Church Healing Touch ministry Dec.18 – 10 am morning; Jan.8 – 7 pm evening; Jan.22 – 10 am morning

 

Advent Film Study, Thursdays at 1pm: Please join Rev. Jope: December 14: Babette’s Feast | December 21: The Nativity Story

 

Thursday December 21, 2017, “Blue Christmas” or “Longest Night” service (7 pm). This special time has been set aside for those who may find Christmas to be challenging and sometimes painful. Come and join in with prayer and candle-lighting, soft music, and a message of hope.

 

December 24 Christmas Eve Morning, Family-focused service (10 am) – 4 the Sunday of Advent with caroling around 9:45 am and the theme being love.

 

December 24 Candlelight Service (7 pm) – This service is one of our highlights of the year with caroling, hearing the Christmas message, sharing in communion, lighting candles, and being in community together.

 

Merry & Bright Caroling Night at Northminster United Church (3311 Centre St N): Wednesday December 20 at 7 pm: Sing your Christmas favourites in the warmth of our building. Free hot chocolate and cookies. Everyone Welcome.

Lakeview United Church

Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love.

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760

Council Chair: Vacant

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcement August 27, 2017

August 27, 2017

Coffee and Conversation We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you!

Volunteers Needed: We are looking for someone who can give a once a month, ~15 minute commitment to set up 2 tables and chairs for our Torchbearers Beta rental group. If you are able please let Jax in the office know at 403.242.5760 or lakviewuc@telus.net.

Naramata Spiritual Eldering Course: September 9-16. Come, have fun and learn with us as we present a new perspective on growing older! Join Donna, Lois, Jim and me for this week-long community experience at Naramata Centre. We trust you will leave feeling empowered and inspired, ready to look at the years ahead in a fresh, new way! You will find the button to register for this retreat and accommodations on the website. You may also register by phone. Call 1-250-496-5751 or toll-free at 1-877-996-5751.

Warming up to Worship Resumes September 10: Come out from 9:00-9:45 before the Sunday services each week, and join us as we engage in a group discussion about that week’s readings. All are welcome. We have a lot of fun examining the readings of the day and discovering how the text might become meaningful in our lives. Bring a Bible and your morning coffee and join the conversation.

Healing Touch: The dates for St. Andrews United Healing Touch ministry for the next season are as follows:

September 11th @ 7pm, October 2nd @ 7pm, October 16th @ 10am, November 6th @ 7pm, November 20th @ 10am, December 4th @ 7pm, and December 18th @ 10am

FCJ Christian Life Centre is hosting its 3rd Annual Tea Party & Auction. Tickets include Mocktail "n" Cocktail upon arrival, live music, sumptuous treats and tea, good company, silent auction and raffle, and more! Tickets are $25 per person or purchase a table for only $160 (8 seats per table) before September 14. Wear a touch of Pink and enjoy a festive afternoon!

The Reformation at 500: Martin Luther and the Birth of Protestantism

Calgary University Lecture Series:

Event #1: Tuesday, September 19

Bishop’s Roundtable  “Luther, the Reformation and Ecumenism Today.”

The Most Rev. Gregory Kerr-Wilson, Metropolitan of Rupert’s Land and Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Calgary; The Rt. Rev. Dr. Larry Kochendorfer, Bishop of the Synod of Alberta and Territories ELCIC, The Most Rev. William McGratton, Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Calgary. 7:00 pm, St. Mary’s University, 14500 Bannister Road SE, Calgary, AB

KAIROS Blanket Exercise: St Thomas United Church 100 Hawkwood Blvd NW is hosting a KAIROS Blanket Exercise, a workshop that explores the nation-to-nation relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous  peoples in Canada. This exercise will be guided by a KAIROS trained facilitator as well as an Indigenous Elder. For those with allergy concerns, please note there will not be a smudge ceremony held in the room. A simple supper will be served following the exercise (vegetarian & gluten free options available).  Saturday, September 23, 1-5pm, in the Mountain View Room (upstairs), no official cost but  donations are appreciated. Please RSVP to either Elaine Gray (sarahegray@telus.net),  Anett Chicomny Pon (anett@shaw.ca), or Sandra Dusoswa (office@stthomasunited.ca).

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 | Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements August 13, 2017

August 13, 2017

Coffee and Conversation We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you!

Healing Touch: The dates for St. Andrews United Healing Touch ministry for the next season are as follows:

August 14th @ 7pm, September 11th @ 7pm, October 2nd @ 7pm, October 16th @ 10am, November 6th @ 7pm, November 20th @ 10am, December 4th @ 7pm, and December 18th @ 10am

Training class for Healing Touch Level 1: August 26th and 27th from 8:30am-6:00pm. Tuition (which includes the Level 1 notebook) is $375.00. To Register contact the Instructor Bettie Minifie at 403.474.7399.

Drop-in Tea: August 16th at 1:30-3:00pm.  Come join us in the Upper Hall for Tea, Scones, homemade jam/marmalade generously donated by members of our congregation and Conversation. Free Event! Assistance would be appreciated.

Right Relations Resource: Please see the document on the Narthex table for a number of events related to Reconciliation, and Right Relations.

FCJ Christian Life Centre is hosting its 3rd Annual Tea Party & Auction. Tickets include Mocktail "n" Cocktail upon arrival, live music, sumptuous treats and tea, good company, silent auction and raffle, and more! Tickets are $25 per person or purchase a table for only $160 (8 seats per table) before September 14. Wear a touch of Pink and enjoy a festive afternoon!

The Reformation at 500: Martin Luther and the Birth of Protestantism

Calgary University Lecture Series:

Event #1: Tuesday, September 19 

Bishop’s Roundtable  “Luther, the Reformation and Ecumenism Today.”

The Most Rev. Gregory Kerr-Wilson, Metropolitan of Rupert’s Land and Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Calgary; The Rt. Rev. Dr. Larry Kochendorfer, Bishop of the Synod of Alberta and Territories ELCIC, The Most Rev. William McGratton, Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Calgary.

7:00 pm, St. Mary’s University, 14500 Bannister Road SE, Calgary, AB

 

Event #2: Sunday, October 1

“Martin Luther After 500 Years: Why Should Anyone Care?”

Mark Konnert, PhD. Professor of History and Department Head, History, University of Calgary

7:00 pm, Central Public Library (John Dutton Theatre), 616 Macleod Trail SE, Calgary, AB

 

Event #3: Thursday, October 19

"Canadian Roman Catholics Respond to the Protestant Reformation"

Mark McGowan, PhD. Professor & Senior Academic Advisor to the Dean, International, University of Toronto

7:00 pm, St. Mary’s University, 14500 Bannister Road SE, Calgary, AB

 

Naramata Centre is now offering telephone registration to assist those who are not comfortable registering online for programs and accommodations. Please call 250-496-5751 to register by telephone. Programs and accommodations can be found on their website https://www.naramatacentresociety.org/

 

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements August 6, 2017

August 6, 2017

Coffee and Conversation We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you!

Healing Touch: The dates for St. Andrews United Healing Touch ministry for the next season are as follows:

August 14th @ 7pm, September 11th @ 7pm, October 2nd @ 7pm, October 16th @ 10am, November 6th @ 7pm, November 20th @ 10am, December 4th @ 7pm, and December 18th @ 10am

Drop-in Tea: August 16th at 1:30-3:00pm.  Come join us in the Upper Hall for Tea, Scones, homemade jam/marmalade generously donated by members of our congregation and Conversation. Free Event!

August Picnic, On Saturday, August 12 from 11-3, Lakeview United Church is holding a Picnic. All are welcome; we will be serving pulled pork and coleslaw, but will be looking for other items in a potluck fashion. Please let Stirling McKay know if you intend on bringing any food to the event so that we know what is being brought. Thanks and we look forward to seeing you out there.

FCJ Christian Life Centre is hosting its 3rd Annual Tea Party & Auction. Tickets include Mocktail "n" Cocktail upon arrival, live music, sumptuous treats and tea, good company, silent auction and raffle, and more! Tickets are $25 per person or purchase a table for only $160 (8 seats per table) before September 14. Wear a touch of Pink and enjoy a festive afternoon!

The Reformation at 500: Martin Luther and the Birth of Protestantism

Calgary University Lecture Series:

Event #1: Tuesday, September 19

Bishop’s Roundtable  “Luther, the Reformation and Ecumenism Today.”

The Most Rev. Gregory Kerr-Wilson, Metropolitan of Rupert’s Land and Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Calgary; The Rt. Rev. Dr. Larry Kochendorfer, Bishop of the Synod of Alberta and Territories ELCIC, The Most Rev. William McGratton, Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Calgary.

7:00 pm, St. Mary’s University, 14500 Bannister Road SE, Calgary, AB

 

Event #2: Sunday, October 1

“Martin Luther After 500 Years: Why Should Anyone Care?”

Mark Konnert, PhD. Professor of History and Department Head, History, University of Calgary

7:00 pm, Central Public Library (John Dutton Theatre), 616 Macleod Trail SE, Calgary, AB

 

Event #3: Thursday, October 19

"Canadian Roman Catholics Respond to the Protestant Reformation"

Mark McGowan, PhD. Professor & Senior Academic Advisor to the Dean, International, University of Toronto

7:00 pm, St. Mary’s University, 14500 Bannister Road SE, Calgary, AB

 

Naramata Centre is now offering telephone registration to assist those who are not comfortable registering online for programs and accommodations. Please call 250-496-5751 to register by telephone. Programs and accommodations can be found on their website https://www.naramatacentresociety.org/

 

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair:Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements July 30, 2017

July 30, 2017

Thanks! To all who were a part of the Annual Summer Potluck. It was a time of great food, friends and fellowship. A special thanks for the many who handled kitchen duties (there were a lot of dishes to be washed and put away), and for those who helped in cleaning the Fellowship Hall 

Missing Glasses? On Monday, July 24, 2017 Ewa our Caretaker found a pair of glasses in the Sanctuary. They will be on the narthex table for now and will kept in Stirling’s office for safe keeping during the week. 

Drop-in Tea: August 16th at 1:30-3:00pm.  Come join us in the Upper Hall for Tea, Scones, homemade jam/marmalade generously donated by members of our congregation and Conversation. Free Event! 

August Picnic, On Saturday, August 12 from 11-3, Lakeview United Church is holding a Picnic. All are welcome; we will be serving pulled pork and coleslaw, but will be looking for other items in a potluck fashion. Please let Stirling McKay know if you intend on bringing any food to the event so that we know what is being brought. Thanks and we look forward to seeing you out there. 

Coffee and Conversation We know this is a special time after Worship and for some, a highlight of the week in being with church family. But, this doesn’t just happen without volunteers. Please consider this as part of your ministry in your church and sign up to host a Sunday. Sign-up sheets are posted and waiting for you! 

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements July 23, 2017

July 23, 2017

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Please keep in your prayers all those affected by the wildfires in BC, especially the people of Williams Lake, 100 Mile House, Ashcroft,  Princeton, and Little Fort who are under high alert of evacuation orders.

Drop-in Tea: August 16th at 1:30-3:00pm.  Come join us in the Upper Hall for Tea, Scones, homemade jam/marmalade generously donated by members of our congregation and Conversation. Free Event!

Summer Potluck. Following the service Today we will be holding our annual Summer Potluck, please bring something to share as you are able.

August Picnic, On Saturday, August 12 from 11-3, Lakeview United Church is holding a Picnic. All are welcome; we will be serving pulled pork and coleslaw, but will be looking for other items in a potluck fashion. Please let Stirling McKay know if you intend on bringing any food to the event so that we know what is being brought. Thanks and we look forward to seeing you out there.

FCJ Christian Life Centre is hosting its 3rd Annual Tea Party & Auction. Tickets include Mocktail "n" Cocktail upon arrival, live music, sumptuous treats and tea, good company, silent auction and raffle, and more! Tickets are $25 per person or purchase a table for only $160 (8 seats per table) before September 14. Wear a touch of Pink and enjoy a festive afternoon!

The Reformation at 500: Martin Luther and the Birth of Protestantism

Calgary University Lecture Series:

Event #1: Tuesday, September 19 

Bishop’s Roundtable  “Luther, the Reformation and Ecumenism Today.”

The Most Rev. Gregory Kerr-Wilson, Metropolitan of Rupert’s Land and Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Calgary; The Rt. Rev. Dr. Larry Kochendorfer, Bishop of the Synod of Alberta and Territories ELCIC, The Most Rev. William McGratton, Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Calgary.

7:00 pm, St. Mary’s University, 14500 Bannister Road SE, Calgary, AB

 

Event #2: Sunday, October 1

“Martin Luther After 500 Years: Why Should Anyone Care?”

Mark Konnert, PhD. Professor of History and Department Head, History, University of Calgary

7:00 pm, Central Public Library (John Dutton Theatre), 616 Macleod Trail SE, Calgary, AB

 

Event #3: Thursday, October 19

"Canadian Roman Catholics Respond to the Protestant Reformation"

Mark McGowan, PhD. Professor & Senior Academic Advisor to the Dean, International, University of Toronto

7:00 pm, St. Mary’s University, 14500 Bannister Road SE, Calgary, AB

Naramata Centre is now offering telephone registration to assist those who are not comfortable registering online for programs and accommodations. Please call 250-496-5751 to register by telephone. Programs and accommodations can be found on their website https://www.naramatacentresociety.org/

 

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff

 


Bulletin Announcements July 16, 2017

July 16, 2017

Please hold in your hearts and prayers the family of Rev John Moules.  John died on June 1st, 2017.  He served at Lakeview United for 20 years, and other congregations in south Alberta. Cards of Sympathy to the family may be sent to Mrs Thelma Moules, 2848 Lionel Crescent SW, Calgary, T3E 6B2.

Celebration of LifeToday following the service we will be holding a luncheon, and celebrating the life of Rev. John Moules.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Please keep in your prayers all those affected by the wildfires in BC, especially the people of Williams Lake, 100 Mile House, Ashcroft,  Princeton, and Little Fort who are under high alert of evacuation orders.

Drop-in Tea: July 19th and August 16th at 1:30-3:00pm.  Come join us in the Upper Hall for Tea, Scones, homemade jam/marmalade generously donated by members of our congregation and Conversation. Free Event!

July 23rd: Summer Potluck. Following the service July 23rd we will be holding our annual Summer Potluck, please bring something to share as you are able.

August Picnic, On Saturday, August 12 from 11-3, Lakeview United Church is holding a Picnic. All are welcome; we will be serving pulled pork and coleslaw, but will be looking for other items in a potluck fashion. Please let Stirling McKay know if you intend on bringing any food to the event so that we know what is being brought. Thanks and we look forward to seeing you out there.

FCJ Christian Life Centre is hosting its 3rd Annual Tea Party & Auction. Tickets include Mocktail "n" Cocktail upon arrival, live music, sumptuous treats and tea, good company, silent auction and raffle, and more! Tickets are $25 per person or purchase a table for only $160 (8 seats per table) before September 14. Wear a touch of Pink and enjoy a festive afternoon!

The United Church of Canada Archives: Historic Commemorations Program. The United Church of Canada Archives is looking to honour history makers including: Persons of historic significance, places or sites of historic significance, events of historic significance, and distinctive cultural traditions. Visit www.ucheritage.ca to make a nomination!

Naramata Centre is now offering telephone registration to assist those who are not comfortable registering online for programs and accommodations. Please call 250-496-5751 to register by telephone. Programs and accommodations can be found on their website https://www.naramatacentresociety.org/

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 | Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements July 9, 2017

July 9, 2017

Please hold in your hearts and prayers the family of Rev John Moules.  John died on June 1st, 2017.  He served at Lakeview United for 20 years, and other congregations in south Alberta. Cards of Sympathy to the family may be sent to Mrs Thelma Moules, 2848 Lionel Crescent SW, Calgary, T3E 6B2.

Celebration of Life, on July 16th following the service we will be holding a luncheon, and celebrating the life of Rev. John Moules.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Burn 24-7 Calgary On July 14th to 15th Burn 24-7 Calgary will be holding a weekend of Worship at 178099 96th street West Foothills in Calgary. There will be continuous worship from 6pm until 10pm on Friday the 14th and we will pick up again on Saturday the 15th from 12 noon until 6pm.  There is free camping available on the property, bathrooms will be available, but plan to bring everything else you might need for a great weekend of seeking God together in worship!  This is a FREE event. 

Drop-in Tea: July 19th and August 16th at 1:30-3:00pm.  Come join us in the Upper Hall for Tea, Scones and Conversation. Free Event!

July 23rd: Summer Potluck. Following the service July 23rd we will be holding our annual Summer Potluck, please bring something to share as you are able.

August Picnic, On Saturday,  August 12 from 11-3, Lakeview United Church is holding a Picnic. All are welcome, we will be serving pulled pork and coleslaw, but will be looking for other items in a potluck fashion. Please let Stirling McKay know if you intend on bringing any food to the event so that we know what is being brought. Thanks and we look forward to seeing you out there.

The United Church of Canada Archives: Historic Commemorations Program. The United Church of Canada Archives is looking to honour history makers including: Persons of historic significance, places or sites of historic significance, events of historic significance, and distinctive cultural traditions. Visit www.ucheritage.ca to make a nomination!

Naramata Centre is now offering telephone registration to assist those who are not comfortable registering online for programs and accommodations. Please call 250-496-5751 to register by telephone. Programs and accommodations can be found on their website https://www.naramatacentresociety.org/

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements July 2, 2017

July 2, 2017

Please hold in your hearts and prayers the family of Rev John Moules.  John died on June 1st, 2017.  He served at Lakeview United for 20 years, and other congregations in south Alberta. Cards of Sympathy to the family may be sent to Mrs Thelma Moules, 2848 Lionel Crescent SW, Calgary, T3E 6B2.

Celebration of Life, on July 16th following the service we will be holding a luncheon, and celebrating the life of Rev. John Moules.

Thank you for all the support in running the Board Game Café Fundraiser on June 24th, it was a success, we had a good turnout, and were able to raise $301.00 towards famine relief.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Sunday July 2nd: Hotdog Sunday. Following the service on Today we will be holding a Hotdog lunch, please attend if you are able.

Dream Centre Annual Stampede Breakfast. Get your cowboy boots ready and join us on Thursday, July 6th from 8:00 to 11:00 AM for our annual Stampede Pancake Breakfast co-hosted by Shine FM and The Light AM 700. This is a free event as we celebrate the Calgary Stampede with the community, so bring your family & friends and get into the Stampede Spirit with the Dream Team!

Living with Wildlife: Thursday, July 6, 2017 at the FCJ Retreat and Conference Centre from 7-9pm. The Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society in association with the FCJ Centre would like to invite your community to attend this event which seeks to teach people how to live alongside snowshoe hares and other wildlife

"Every living creature has an intrinsic value, in its existence, its life, its beauty, and in its interdependence with other creatures." Pope Francis

Westwinds Music Society Summer Program 2017: Registration for the Westwinds Summer Programs is open the deadline for registration has been extended until July 7thand is a user-pay, adults-only program open to all Westwinds members and non-members. The Concert band and choir will practice at Lakeview united church on Wednesdays from 7-9pm starting July 26th and the Jazz band practices Thursdays from 7-9pm starting July 27th. Costs are $100 for the first group and $75 for each additional group, payment must be done through Paypal.

Drop-in Tea: July 19th and August 16th at 1:30-3:00pm.  Come join us in the Upper Hall for Tea, Scones and Conversation. Free Event!

July 23rd: Summer Potluck. Following the service July 23rd we will be holding our annual Summer Potluck, please bring something to share as you are able.

The United Church of Canada Archives: Historic Commemorations Program. The United Church of Canada Archives is looking to honour history makers including: Persons of historic significance, places or sites of historic significance, events of historic significance, and distinctive cultural traditions. Visit www.ucheritage.ca to make a nomination!

Naramata Centre is now offering telephone registration to assist those who are not comfortable registering online for programs and accommodations. Please call 250-496-5751 to register by telephone. Programs and accommodations can be found on their website https://www.naramatacentresociety.org/

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements June 18, 2017

June 18, 2017

Please hold in your hearts and prayers the family of Rev John Moules.  John died on June 1st, 2017.  He served at Lakeview United for 20 years, and other congregations in south Alberta. Cards of Sympathy to the family may be sent to Mrs Thelma Moules, 2848 Lionel Crescent SW, Calgary, T3E 6B2.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Deer Park United Church is pleased to announce a series of “Dinner and Learns” in June through the Canadian Mental Health Association-Calgary Region! All workshops are free to attend and will run from 6:30-8:00pm in the Fellowship Hall.

  • Monday, June 19: Suicide Awareness-The Suicide Awareness Education Service helps prevent suicide through comprehensive awareness building in the community.

If you are able to donate a pot of soup towards one of these evenings, please contact Kiran at kiranmckee@dpuc.ca or (403) 278-8263.

Aboriginal Awareness Week June 19th – June 24th. There are calendars of events on the Narthex table outside the hall if you are interested in attending any of the events!

Our Stories - for Parents of LGBTQ Individuals Wednesday June 21 at 7 pm Location: Hillhurst United Lee Allard will be our special guest. Lee is the LGBTQ Youth and Family Support Specialist at the Calgary Sexual Health Centre. Join us for a space where parents are welcome to share, connect, ask questions, and lend support to each other in a safe and affirming setting. For more info contact Pam at pam.rocker@hillhurstunited.com

Board Game Café: Fundraiser for Famine Relief. The Canadian government is matching donations to the Famine in Africa up until June 30, so on Saturday June 24, in the Lower Hall, we will be holding a Board Game Café to raise funds, and have reached out to several young adult groups for support in this initiative. If you are interested in helping out with this event please contact Stirling McKay by phone at 403-629-4753 or by Email at lakeviewstudent@telus.net. If you are able to, please donate baked goods so that they can be sold at the event.

On Sunday, June 25, 10:30am St. Matthew’s United Church will be having its 13thAnnual African Spirituals Worship Service honoring Journey From Slavery to Freedom.Each year, the St. Matthew’s choir – under the direction of David Ferguson – commemorates and pays tribute to the historic struggles of the countless men, women and children who were victims of the slave trade. This years’ service is especially bittersweet as it coincides with conductor David Ferguson’s retirement.

Open House on the SW Ring Road. On June 28th from 6-9pm The Alberta Ministry of Transportation will be holding an open house on the SW Ring road in the Upper Hall. This will be a great venue to learn more about this project!

HOPE150:June 30 + July 1. Free Admission! On June 30th, 5-9pm there is a Millennials and Youth show at Millennium Park. Then on July 1st, 8am-7:30pm there is a full day of Family events including a pancake breakfast from 8-10am. Inspiring Stories of Christian HOPE shared every 60-90 minutes! For more information see www.hope150.ca.

Living with Wildlife: Thursday, July 6, 2017 at the FCJ Retreat and Conference Centre from 7-9pm. The Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society in association with the FCJ Centre would like to invite your community to attend this event which seeks to teach people how to live alongside snowshoe hares and other wildlife

"Every living creature has an intrinsic value, in its existence, its life, its beauty, and in its interdependence with other creatures." Pope Francis

Naramata Centre is now offering telephone registration to assist those who are not comfortable registering online for programs and accommodations. Please call 250-496-5751 to register by telephone. Programs and acomodations acan be found on their website https://www.naramatacentresociety.org/

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff


Bulletin Announcements June 4 , 2017

June 4, 2017

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: will begin 7-9PM sessions, on June 5th, alternating morning and evening sessions bi-weekly. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org

Common Cup Company Concert: On Saturday, June 10, Wildrose United Church (1317 1st St. NW) is hosting a The Common Cup Company Farewell Tour concert at 7:00pm. Tickets cost $20.00/person and can be bought by calling 403-277-5576 or on www.eventbrite.ca

Reserve the date June 11 for the showing of the film "The Making of an Elder”. The film will be shown at 7:00pm on June 11. Tickets are $5/person. This film is inspired by the work of the Making Treaty 7 Cultural Society, a group of artists, musicians, playwrights, elders, and technicians trying to bring the stories of aboriginal and settler relationship to the forefront. For more information about the film please go on the following hyperlink: http://elderinthemaking.com/about/the-film/.

Long Range Planning Meeting: We will be meeting at 7 pm, on Monday June 12th, to discuss the planning calendar for the coming Church year. (July 1st 2017 to June 30 2018). All are welcome and we encourage your support.

Deer Park United Church is pleased to announce a series of “Dinner and Learns” in June through the Canadian Mental Health Association-Calgary Region! All workshops are free to attend and will run from 6:30-8:00pm in the Fellowship Hall.

  • Monday, June 5: Coping With Stress- 1 in 6 Canadians have thought about suicide when under stress.

  • Monday, June 12: The Stigma of Mental Illness- 1 in 5 Calgarians will experience a mental illness at some point in their life, yet every day Calgarians suffer in silence.

  • Monday, June 19: Suicide Awareness-The Suicide Awareness Education Service helps prevent suicide through comprehensive awareness building in the community.

If you are able to donate a pot of soup towards one of these evenings, please contact Kiran at kiranmckee@dpuc.ca or (403) 278-8263.

On Sunday, June 25, 10:30am St. Matthew’s United Church will be having its 13thAnnual African Spirituals Worship Service honoring Journey From Slavery to Freedom.Each year, the St. Matthew’s choir – under the direction of David Ferguson – commemorates and pays tribute to the historic struggles of the countless men, women and children who were victims of the slave trade. This years’ service is especially bittersweet as it coincides with conductor David Ferguson’s retirement.

The Warehouse is Closing: The Warehouse Saima Jamal managed to find for donations to the Syrian refugees last year is closing the end of June. There is free clothing, furniture, household, appliances, toys, children and adult books, and baby items for all newcomers, low income earners, single parents or anyone needing a leg up. They will be open at 6923 Farrell Road SE, Wed/Thurs 6pm-9pm and Sat/Sun 12pm-6pm until June 30. For more information see their website: www.yyssyr.ca.

Westwinds Music Society Summer Program 2017: Registration for the Westwinds Summer Programs is open the deadline to register is June 15 and is a user-pay, adults-only program open to all Westwinds members and non-members. The Concert band and choir will practice at Lakeview united church on Wednesdays from 7-9pm starting July 26th and the Jazz band practices Thursdays from 7-9pm starting July 27th. Costs are $100 for the first group and $75 for each additional group, payment must be done through Paypal.

Hello from Naramata Centre! For almost 70 years, Naramata Centre has been an inclusive and welcoming destination for United Church families from Alberta and BC to gather in the summer. We write to request that you help to share our news about Naramata Centre and our plans for Summer 2017. We have a wonderful and diverse offering of programs for children, teens, adults, elders and intergenerational groups. Check out programs and register here: https://www.naramatacentresociety.org/programs/

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements June 21, 2017

May 21, 2017

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Lakeview Fun-Days: May 27 Lakeview United will have a table set up at Lakeview Fun-Days from 11am-3pm. If you are interested in helping out please contact our new STEP Student: Stirling McKay at lakeviewstudent@telus.net or through the office phone 403-242-5760.

Saturday, May 27th, 2 - 4pm Southwood United Church Strawberry Tea and summer craft sale. Adults: $6 Children 5–12: $4 4& Under: Free. 10690 Elbow Drive SW southwoodchurch.ca 403-253-2979

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held Sunday May 28th.

Cross Connections: Thursday, June 1st at 11:30AM and it will be the last one of the season, join us at Lakeview United Church, for traditional worship, communion, potluck and social time.  Please contact office@andychurch.org or 403-259-4080

Lakeview United Church will be hosting a free defibrillator (AED) training sessionon Sunday, June 4th at 11 AM. No experience is necessary. Please RSVP by May 28thto reserve a seat, contact the office at (403) 242-5760.

A Not So Simple Supper: Saturday, June 5; 6:30 at Scarboro United Church Cost: $50.00 . YYC Campus Ministry is hosting a 3-course sustainably sourced meal, with live music. The proceeds go towards sustaining the official Campus Ministry of the United and Presbyterian churches in Calgary. Tickets available at www.yyccampusministry.com . 

Healing Touch: will begin 7-9PM sessions, on June 5th, alternating morning and evening sessions bi-weekly. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org

Common Cup Company Concert: On Saturday, June 10, Wildrose United Church (1317 1st St. NW) is hosting a The Common Cup Company concert at 7:00pm. Tickets cost $20.00/person and can be bought by calling 403-277-5576 or on www.eventbrite.ca

Reserve the date June 11 for the showing of the film "The Making of an Elder”. The film will be shown at our service on June 11. This film is inspired by the work of the Making Treaty 7 Cultural Society, a group of artists, musicians, playwrights, elders, and technicians trying to bring the stories of aboriginal and settler relationship to the forefront. For more information about the film please go on the following hyperlink: http://elderinthemaking.com/about/the-film/.

Deer Park United Church is pleased to announce a series of “Dinner and Learns” in June through the Canadian Mental Health Association-Calgary Region! All workshops are free to attend and will run from 6:30-8:00pm in the Fellowship Hall.

  • Monday, June 5: Coping With Stress- 1 in 6 Canadians have thought about suicide when under stress.

  • Monday, June 12: The Stigma of Mental Illness- 1 in 5 Calgarians will experience a mental illness at some point in their life, yet every day Calgarians suffer in silence.

  • Monday, June 19: Suicide Awareness-The Suicide Awareness Education Service helps prevent suicide through comprehensive awareness building in the community.

If you are able to donate a pot of soup towards one of these evenings, please contact Kiran at kiranmckee@dpuc.ca or (403) 278-8263.

Hello from Naramata Centre! For almost 70 years, Naramata Centre has been an inclusive and welcoming destination for United Church families from Alberta and BC to gather in the summer. We write to request that you help to share our news about Naramata Centre and our plans for Summer 2017. We have a wonderful and diverse offering of programs for children, teens, adults, elders and intergenerational groups. Check out programs and register here: https://www.naramatacentresociety.org/programs/

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements May 14, 2017

May 14, 2017 Mother’s Day

God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers.

— Jewish Proverb

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held Sunday May 28th.  All committee chairs and group leaders should have their ANNUAL REPORTS submitted (in a MS Word document format) by TOMORROW, May 15th.

Reserve the date June 11 for the showing of the film "The Making of an Elder”. The film will be shown at our service on June 11. This film is inspired by the work of the Making Treaty 7 Cultural Society, a group of artists, musicians, playwrights, elders, and technicians trying to bring the stories of aboriginal and settler relationship to the forefront. For more information about the film please go on the following hyperlink: http://elderinthemaking.com/about/the-film/

Lakeview United Church will be hosting a free defibrillator (AED) training sessionon Sunday, June 4th at 11 AM. No experience is necessary. Please RSVP by May 28thto reserve a seat, contact the office at (403) 242-5760.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: will begin 10 am to Noon sessions, on May 15th, alternating morning and evening sessions bi-weekly. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Cross Connections: Please take note, Cross Connections worship service has been cancelled for May 18th, but will resume Thursday, June 1st at 11:30AM here, at Lakeview United Church, for traditional worship, communion, potluck and social time.  Please contact office@andychurch.org or 403-259-4080

Hello from Naramata Centre! For almost 70 years, Naramata Centre has been an inclusive and welcoming destination for United Church families from Alberta and BC to gather in the summer. We write to request that you help to share our news about Naramata Centre and our plans for Summer 2017. We have a wonderful and diverse offering of programs for children, teens, adults, elders and intergenerational groups. Check out programs and register here: https://www.naramatacentresociety.org/programs/

Mother's Day, March for Missing Mothers, TODAY Sunday, May 14, 2-4 p.m. Begins at the Elizabeth Fry Society (10523 100 Avenue): Our mothers are missing due to incarceration, the residential school system, child welfare involvement, and because we have lost missing and murdered Aboriginal women. We march in support of them. We march to call for the enactment of TRC recommendations 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 18, 18, 30, 31, and 41. Meet at the Elizabeth Fry Society. March to the Legislative Grounds.

Deer Park United Church is pleased to announce a series of “Dinner and Learns” in June through the Canadian Mental Health Association-Calgary Region! All workshops are free to attend and will run from 6:30-8:00pm in the Fellowship Hall.

  • Monday, June 5: Coping With Stress- 1 in 6 Canadians have thought about suicide when under stress.

  • Monday, June 12: The Stigma of Mental Illness- 1 in 5 Calgarians will experience a mental illness at some point in their life, yet every day Calgarians suffer in silence.

  • Monday, June 19: Suicide Awareness-The Suicide Awareness Education Service helps prevent suicide through comprehensive awareness building in the community.

If you are able to donate a pot of soup towards one of these evenings, please contact Kiran at kiranmckee@dpuc.ca or (403) 278-8263.

Saturday, May 27th, 2 - 4pm Southwood United Church Strawberry Tea and summer craft sale. Adults: $6 Children 5–12: $4 4& Under: Free. 10690 Elbow Drive SW southwoodchurch.ca 403-253-2979

Rev. Jope Langejans will be away April 30 and returning Emergency Coverage for Rev. Jope on April 30 to May 18 2017

Rev. John Crowdis, St. Matthews United Church (403) 249-1721

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements May 7 , 2017

May 7, 2017

To the congregation of Lakeview United Church, please ensure all doors, the south facing, the east facing front door, and basement door are securely locked. Thank you.

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held Sunday May 28th.  All committee chairs and group leaders should have their ANNUAL REPORTS submitted (in a MS Word document format) by May 15th.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: will begin 10 am to Noon sessions, on May 15th, alternating morning and evening sessions bi-weekly. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Cross Connections: Please take note, Cross Connections worship service has been cancelled for May 18th, but will resume Thursday, June 1st at 11:30AM here, at Lakeview United Church, for traditional worship, communion, potluck and social time.  Please contact office@andychurch.org or 403-259-4080

Hello from Naramata Centre! For almost 70 years, Naramata Centre has been an inclusive and welcoming destination for United Church families from Alberta and BC to gather in the summer. We write to request that you help to share our news about Naramata Centre and our plans for Summer 2017. We have a wonderful and diverse offering of programs for children, teens, adults, elders and intergenerational groups. Check out programs and register here: https://www.naramatacentresociety.org/programs/

The Wild Rose Youth Group is pleased to present, ‘A Mother's Day Tea’ May 13 from 11-2 PM, $7, Tickets include: A light lunch, tea, desserts and a craft sale Tickets are available at the door or by visiting www.wildroseunited.ca

Hello Presbytery friends, 

This coming Monday night, May 8th, the Bow Valley Chorus is presenting Mozart’s Requiem, with soloists and full orchestra, at Knox United. 

I still have 6 tickets available. Call me at 587-223-2592 or email at dmcraw777@shaw.ca  

Dave Crawford 

Saturday May 13, 2017 “To Canada with Love”: An original Silver Stars Musical Revue. Cardel Theatre | 180 Quarry Park Blvd SE. Tickets are $10 for Child (12 and under) and $20 for Adult: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2938948 | www.silverstarsrevue.com

Featuring the most popular Canadian songs from the last 150 years, To Canada, With Love! Is our love letter to Canada and we only have 2 performances, so get your tickets soon! Performance Details: May 13th 2PM May 13th 7PM Cardel Theatre 180 Quarry Park Blvd

Mother's Day, March for Missing Mothers, Sunday, May 14, 2-4 p.m. Begins at the Elizabeth Fry Society (10523 100 Avenue): Our mothers are missing due to incarceration, the residential school system, child welfare involvement, and because we have lost missing and murdered Aboriginal women. We march in support of them. We march to call for the enactment of TRC recommendations 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 18, 18, 30, 31, and 41. Meet at the Elizabeth Fry Society. March to the Legislative Grounds.

Sunday, May 14 - 7:00pm, Marilyn Perkins Memorial Hall, Scarboro United Church, Encore!  EnChor! EnChor Chamber Choir's greatest hits!! Some of our favourites, and many tunes requested by friends, family and fans. Something for every choral music enthusiast AND a dessert table hosted by Sweet Spot Dessert Catering - the perfect Mother's Day treat!! $15/$20 at the door. Save online! www.enchorchamberchoir.brownpapertickets.com

Rev. Jope Langejans will be away April 30 and returning Emergency Coverage for Rev. Jope on April 30 to May 18 2017

Rev. John Crowdis, St. Matthews United Church (403) 249-1721

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Garage Sale may 6, 2017

Lakeview United Church

3023 63 Ave SW

GARAGE SALE

Saturday, May 6, 9 – Noon

 

Please bring us your: Baking, Books, CDs, DVDs, Games, Hardware, House wares, Jewelry, Plants, Pictures, Small Furniture, Linens, Sports Equipment & Washed Toys (no stuffed toys)

We can’t accept: Beds, baby equipment, large appliances, magazines, sofas, skis, textbooks, tires, TVs, VHS or cassette tapes, Christmas items, stuffies or anything not in working order

 Donations: Thursday, May 4, 5pm-8pm &

Set-up Friday, May 5, 10 -2pm

For more info call Janet Layton at 403.797.4075 or email jmlayton@shaw.ca


Bulletin Announcements April 30, 2017

April 30, 2017

To the congregation of Lakeview United Church, please ensure all doors, the south facing, the east facing front door, and basement door are securely locked. Thank you.

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held Sunday May 28th.  All committee chairs and group leaders should have their ANNUAL REPORTS submitted (in a MS Word document format) by May 15th.

NAMETAGS- If you wish to purchase a nametag, please call Vivian McFarland at 403-249-8513 by Sunday, April 30.  Either a magnet or pin costs $8.25 + GST.  Orders are placed twice a year in the spring and fall.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: will begin 7 pm to 9 pm sessions, on May 1st, alternating morning and evening sessions bi-weekly. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Monday Morning Bible Study MMBS will resume again in the fall. Contact person: Gwen Jamieson 403-249-5655

Kairos Calgary Presents: “Sing out for Affordable Housing”, a folk night with Barry Luft and Horizon Ridge. May 13th at 7:30 PM at Lakeview United Church. Tickets are $25, you can phone the Lakeview United Church office to reserve and pick-up door tickets or order online at BIT.LY/GT-KAIROS. All proceeds for Bankview Mortgage. The evening will include an Art Sale by Residents and Presentations by Calgary Homeless Foundation and Calgary Urban Project Society. “Ujamaa Grandmas 10th Annual Fabric and Yarn Sale

LUC STEP Student Summer Job Opportunity: to work on Community Programs and assist in the church office, 30 to 35 hours per week. May to August 2017. For further information go to www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com. Email lakeviewuc@telus.net and phone (403) 242-5760.

Return Unused Access Cards: If you have an access card to the church that you no longer are using, please return it to the office so it may be redistributed to one of our renters. Thank you!

Cross Connections Join us Thursday, May 4th at 11:30AM here, at Lakeview United Church, for traditional worship, communion, potluck and social time.  Please contact office@andychurch.org or 403-259-4080

Hello from Naramata Centre! For almost 70 years, Naramata Centre has been an inclusive and welcoming destination for United Church families from Alberta and BC to gather in the summer. We write to request that you help to share our news about Naramata Centre and our plans for Summer 2017. We have a wonderful and diverse offering of programs for children, teens, adults, elders and intergenerational groups. Check out programs and register here: https://www.naramatacentresociety.org/programs/

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements April 23, 2017

April 23, 2017

To the congregation of Lakeview United Church, please ensure all doors, the south facing, the east facing front door, and basement door are securely locked. Thank you.

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held Sunday May 28th.  All committee chairs and group leaders should have their ANNUAL REPORTS submitted (in a MS Word document format) by May 15th.

NAMETAGS- If you wish to purchase a nametag, please call Vivian McFarland at 403-249-8513 by Sunday, April 30.  Either a magnet or pin costs $8.25 + GST.  Orders are placed twice a year in the spring and fall.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: will begin 7 pm to 9 pm sessions, on May 1st, alternating morning and evening sessions bi-weekly. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Monday Morning Bible Study Next meeting April 24th at 9:30 AM.  Please read Matthew chapters 12 and 13 in preparation. This is the last MMBS class of the season and MMBS will resume again in the fall. Contact person: Gwen Jamieson 403-249-5655

Kairos Calgary Presents: “Sing out for Affordable Housing”, a folk night with Barry Luft and Horizon Ridge. May 13th at 7:30 PM at Lakeview United Church. Tickets are $25, you can phone the Lakeview United Church office to reserve and pick-up door tickets or order online at BIT.LY/GT-KAIROS. All proceeds for Bankview Mortgage. The evening will include an Art Sale by Residents and Presentations by Calgary Homeless Foundation and Calgary Urban Project Society. “Ujamaa Grandmas 10th Annual Fabric and Yarn Sale

LUC STEP Student Summer Job Opportunity: to work on Community Programs and assist in the church office, 30 to 35 hours per week. May to August 2017. For further information go to www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com. Email lakeviewuc@telus.net and phone (403) 242-5760.

Return Unused Access Cards: If you have an access card to the church that you no longer are using, please return it to the office so it may be redistributed to one of our renters. Thank you!

Cross Connections Join us Thursday, May 4th at 11:30AM here, at Lakeview United Church, for traditional worship, communion, potluck and social time.  Please contact office@andychurch.org or 403-259-4080

Hello from Naramata Centre! For almost 70 years, Naramata Centre has been an inclusive and welcoming destination for United Church families from Alberta and BC to gather in the summer. We write to request that you help to share our news about Naramata Centre and our plans for Summer 2017. We have a wonderful and diverse offering of programs for children, teens, adults, elders and intergenerational groups. Check out programs and register here: https://www.naramatacentresociety.org/programs/

Affirming Church

TODAY April 23, 2017 10:00am-1:00pm Deer Park's 10th Affirming Anniversary!!! 77 Deerpoint Rd SE. Contact kiranmckee@dpuc.ca or (403) 278-8263: Come and celebrate this milestone at Deer Park United with a special service and celebration! Dale Lee Kwong, Calgary poet, playwright and essayist. Calgary Men’s Chorus

April 29th, 2017 McDougall United Church, 8516 ST SE Calgary. MSquared2Productions presents in association with Camp FyreFly, UofA, Institute for Minority Studies, Calgary Sexual Health Centre and the City of Fort Saskatchewan ‘Over The Rainbow’: Free Admission. Rated M for all Munchkins.

Be Different: something completely different, 4 year anniversary celebration Sunday April 23, 6 – 9 pm at Hillhurst United Church 1227 Kensington Close NW. If you identify as LGBTQ - please join us for pizza from 6 to 7 followed by casual and connected conversation. See you there! pam.rocker@hillhurstunited.com 

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements April 16, 2017

April 16, 2017

To the congregation of Lakeview United Church, please ensure all doors, the south facing, the east facing front door, and basement door are securely locked. Thank you.

NAMETAGS- If you wish to purchase a nametag, please call Vivian McFarland at 403-249-8513 by Sunday, April 30.  Either a magnet or pin costs $8.25 + GST.  Orders are placed twice a year in the spring and fall.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

 Healing Touch: will begin 7 pm to 9 pm sessions, on May 1st, alternating morning and evening sessions bi-weekly. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

 Monday Morning Bible Study Next meeting April 24th at 9:30 AM.  Please read Matthew chapters 12 and 13 in preparation. This is the last MMBS class of the season and MMBS will resume again in the fall. Contact person: Gwen Jamieson 403-249-5655

 Weaselhead Presents! Concert Series is an organization that presents concerts featuring blues, folk, roots, Celtic and just plain old feel-good music, here at Lakeview United! Red Dirt Skinners are here April 22th at 7:30 and tickets are on sale NOW! Contact lakeviewuc@telus.net or at 403-242-5760. Tickets are $25 each.

 Weaselhead Presents! Concert Series Supper: Our next concert series is on Saturday April 22th and we will be supplying supper for the band and a few volunteers; approximately 9 people. Please contact Jope if you can help -403-242-5760

Cross Connections Join us Thursday, April 20th at 11:30AM here, at Lakeview United Church, for traditional worship, communion, potluck and social time.  Please contact office@andychurch.org or 403-259-4080

April 23, 2017 10:00am-1:00pm Deer Park's 10th Affirming Anniversary!!!

77 Deerpoint Rd SE. Contact kiranmckee@dpuc.ca or (403) 278-8263: Come and celebrate this milestone at Deer Park United with a special service and celebration! Dale Lee Kwong, Calgary poet, playwright and essayist. Calgary Men’s Chorus

April 29th, 2017 McDougall United Church, 8516 ST SE Calgary. MSquared2Productions presents in association with Camp FyreFly, UofA, Institute for Minority Studies, Calgary Sexual Health Centre and the City of Fort Saskatchewan ‘Over The Rainbow’: Free Admission. Rated M for all Munchkins.

Kairos Calgary Presents: “Sing out for Affordable Housing”, a folk night with Barry Luft and Horizon Ridge. May 13th at 7:30 PM at Lakeview United Church. Tickets are $25, you can phone the Lakeview United Church office to reserve and pick-up door tickets or order online at BIT.LY/GT-KAIROS. All proceeds for Bankview Mortgage. The evening will include an Art Sale by Residents and Presentations by Calgary Homeless Foundation and Calgary Urban Project Society. “Ujamaa Grandmas 10th Annual Fabric and Yarn Sale

Ujamaa Grandmas is holding its 2017 Fabric and Yarn Sale on Friday April 21st 2:30pm to 7:30pm and Saturday April 22nd 9am to 2:30pm. Woodcliff United Church (5010 Spruce Drive, SW, Calgary). Admission $2. Fabric and yarn donations are wanted and can be dropped off at Woodcliff United Church on Wednesday April 19th & Thursday April 20th from 9am to7pm. For more information please visit www.ujamaagrandmas.com or contact fabricsale@ujamaagrandmas.com.”

LUC STEP Student Summer Job Opportunity: to work on Community Programs and assist in the church office, 30 to 35 hours per week. May to August 2017. For further information go to www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com. Email lakeviewuc@telus.net and phone (403) 242-5760.

Return Unused Access Cards: If you have an access card to the church that you no longer are using, please return it to the office so it may be redistributed to one of our renters.

Thank you!

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Summer Job Opportunity

Summer Job Opportunity

Job Title:                      STEP Student - Community Engagement

Congregation:            Lakeview United Church (LUC), 3023-63rd Avenue SW, Calgary

Hours:                       Full time summer position, 25-35 hours per week for 12-16 weeks from May to August 2017, including some evening and weekend work.

Position Summary:   LUC is looking for a summer student to help with community engagement and provide office cover. This will include researching the needs of our community, and suggesting and assisting with events in the church and community.   

Requirements:

  • An outgoing, engaging personality with patience, tact and excellent communication skills. 

  • Experience working with volunteers and organizing community events.

  • University or college student, studying Business, Marketing, Communication, Theology or related disciplines.  Must be eligible for employment under the STEP program.

  • Must be able to lift 20kg, and assist with movement of furniture and equipment.

  • Office and computer skills including MS Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Some web or social media expertise preferred.

  • Knowledge of the United Church of Canada or similar mainstream protestant denominations

 

Key eligibility requirements under STEP Program

  • Legally entitled to work and study in Canada, available for full-time summer employment

  • International students and Temporary Foreign Workers are not eligible for STEP

  • Current student, returning to a post-secondary institution to continue studying full-time in the fall in a Diploma, Degree or Certificate program

 

Terms:              Temporary summer position

 

To apply, please email your resume and a cover letter to lakeviewuc@telus.net, with subject line “STEP student”

For further information, please call or email Jacqueline Roach, LUC Office Administrator, 403-242-5760 or lakeviewuc@telus.net


Bulletin Announcements April 9, 2017

April 9, 2017

To the congregation of Lakeview United Church, please ensure all doors, the south facing, the east facing front door, and basement door are securely locked. Thank you.

NAMETAGS- If you wish to purchase a nametag, please call Vivian McFarland at 403-249-8513 by Sunday, April 30.  Either a magnet or pin costs $8.25 + GST.  Orders are placed twice a year in the spring and fall.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: will begin 10 am to noon sessions, on April 10th, alternating morning and evening sessions bi-weekly. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Monday Morning Bible Study Next meeting April 10th at 9:30 AM.  Please read Matthew chapters 12 and 13 in preparation. The last MMBS class of the season will be on April 24th and MMBS will resume again in the fall. Contact person: Gwen Jamieson 403-249-5655

Weaselhead Presents! Concert Series is an organization that presents concerts featuring blues, folk, roots, Celtic and just plain old feel-good music, here at Lakeview United! Red Dirt Skinners are here April 22th at 7:30 and tickets are on sale NOW! Contact lakeviewuc@telus.net or at 403-242-5760. Tickets are $25 each.

Weaselhead Presents! Concert Series Supper: Our next concert series is on Saturday April 22th and we will be supplying supper for the band and a few volunteers; approximately 9 people. Please contact Jope if you can help -403-242-5760

Cross Connections Join us Thursday, April 20th at 11:30AM here, at Lakeview United Church, for traditional worship, communion, potluck and social time.  Please contact office@andychurch.org or 403-259-4080

2017 Lenten Movie Study, Thursdays at 1 PM: Popcorn & Soft drinks included. Discussion Following. April 13 Salmon Fishing In Yemen: Troy Maxson (Denzel Washington) makes his living as a sanitation worker in 1950s Pittsburgh. Maxson once dreamed of becoming a professional baseball player, but was deemed too old when the major leagues began admitting black athletes.

April 23, 2017 10:00am-1:00pm Deer Park's 10th Anniversary!!!

77 Deerpoint Rd SE. Contact kiranmckee@dpuc.ca or (403) 278-8263: Come and celebrate this milestone at Deer Park United with a special service and celebration! Dale Lee Kwong, Calgary poet, playwright and essayist. Calgary Men’s Chorus

April 29th, 2017 McDougall United Church, 8516 ST SE Calgary. MSquared2Productions presents in association with Camp FyreFly, UofA,Institue  for Minority Studies, Calgary Sexual Health Centre and the City of Fort Saskatchewan  ‘Over The Rainbow’: Free Admission. Rated M for all Munchkins.

Kairos Calgary Presents: “Sing out for Affordable Housing”, a folk night with Barry Luft and Horizon Ridge. May 13th at 7:30 PM at Lakeview United Church. Tickets are $25, you can phone the Lakeview United Church office to reserve and pick-up door tickets or order online at BIT.LY/GT-KAIROS. All proceeds for Bankview Mortgage. The evening will include an Art Sale by Residents and Presentations by Calgary Homeless Foundation and Calgary Urban Project Society. “Ujamaa Grandmas 10th Annual Fabric and Yarn Sale

Ujamaa Grandmas is holding its 2017 Fabric and Yarn Sale on Friday April 21st 2:30pm to 7:30pm and Saturday April 22nd 9am to 2:30pm. Woodcliff United Church (5010 Spruce Drive, SW, Calgary). Admission $2. Fabric and yarn donations are wanted and can be dropped off at Woodcliff United Church on Wednesday April 19th & Thursday April 20th from 9am to7pm. For more information please visit www.ujamaagrandmas.com or contact fabricsale@ujamaagrandmas.com.”

LUC STEP Student Summer Job Opportunity: to work on Community Programs and assist in the church office, 30 to 35 hours per week. May to August 2017. For further information go to www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com. Email lakeviewuc@telus.net and phone (403) 242-5760.

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements April 2, 2017

April 2, 2017

To the congregation of Lakeview United Church, please ensure all doors, the south facing, the east facing front door, and basement door are securely locked. Thank you.

Condolences Please hold in your hearts and prayers the Willis family. Sylvia Willis passed away on Sunday March 5, 2017 at the age of 84 years. Celebration of Life Service will be held at Lakeview United Church (3023 - 63rd Avenue S.W.) on Friday April 7th, 2017 at 2:00 p.m.

NAMETAGS- If you wish to purchase a nametag, please call Vivian McFarland at 403-249-8513 by Sunday, April 30.  Either a magnet or pin costs $8.25 + GST.  Orders are placed twice a year in the spring and fall.

Healing Touch: will begin 7pm to 9pm sessions, on April 3rd, alternating morning and evening sessions bi-weekly. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Monday Morning Bible Study Next meeting April 10th at 9:30 AM.  Please read Matthew chapters 12 and 13 in preparation. The last MMBS class of the season will be on April 24th and MMBS will resume again in the fall. Contact person: Gwen Jamieson 403-249-5655

Weaselhead Presents! Concert Series is an organization that presents concerts featuring blues, folk, roots, Celtic and just plain old feel-good music, here at Lakeview United! Red Dirt Skinners are here April 22th at 7:30 and tickets are on sale NOW! Contact lakeviewuc@telus.net or at 403-242-5760. Tickets are $25 each.

Weaselhead Presents! Concert Series Supper: Our next concert series is on Saturday April 22th and we will be supplying supper for the band and a few volunteers; approximately 9 people. Please contact Jope if you can help -403-242-5760

85th Lakeview Scout bottle drive will be in the LUC parking lot on Saturday. Please label your bottle recycling bags “Scouts” or drop off in person at the LUC parking lot.  Thank you for your donations.

Cross Connections Join us Thursday, April 6th at 11:30AM here, at Lakeview United Church, for traditional worship, communion, potluck and social time.  Please contact office@andychurch.org or 403-259-4080

2017 Lenten Movie Study, Thursdays at 1 PM: Popcorn & Soft drinks included. Discussion Following.April 6 Fences: Troy Maxson (Denzel Washington) makes his living as a sanitation worker in 1950s Pittsburgh. Maxson once dreamed of becoming a professional baseball player, but was deemed too old when the major leagues began admitting black athletes.

April 23, 2017 10:00am-1:00pm 77 Deerpoint Rd SE. Contact kiranmckee@dpuc.ca or (403) 278-8263: Come and celebrate this milestone at Deer Park United with a special service and celebration! Dale Lee Kwong, Calgary poet, playwright and essayist. Calgary Men’s Chorus

Kairos Calgary Presents: “Sing out for Affordable Housing”, a folk night with Barry Luft and Horizon Ridge. May 13th at 7:30 PM at Lakeview United Church. Doors open at 7 PM, concert at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $25, you can phone the Lakeview United Church office to reserve and pick-up door tickets or order online at BIT.LY/GT-KAIROS. All proceeds for Bankview Mortgage. The evening will include an Art Sale by Residents and Presentations by Dian Krecsy of the Calgary Homeless Foundation and Manda St. Lauren of the Calgary Urban Project Society. “Ujamaa Grandmas 10th Annual Fabric and Yarn Sale

 Ujamaa Grandmas is holding its 2017 Fabric and Yarn Sale on Friday April 21st 2:30pm to 7:30pm and Saturday April 22nd 9am to 2:30pm. Woodcliff United Church (5010 Spruce Drive, SW, Calgary). Admission $2. Fabric and yarn donations are wanted and can be dropped off at Woodcliff United Church on Wednesday April 19th & Thursday April 20th from 9am to7pm. For more information please visit www.ujamaagrandmas.com or contact fabricsale@ujamaagrandmas.com.”

Senior United Now Chapter Event: “Understanding Dementia and Alzheimer Disease”. Guest Speaker: Alzheimer Society of Calgary. Thursday April 6, 2017.Meeting Registration at 12:30 PM, and presentation at 1 PM. Nose Hill Library Program Room, 1530 Northmount Drive NW Calgary.

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moule


Bulletin Announcements March 19, 2017

March 19, 2017

 

Condolences Please hold in your hearts and prayers the Willis family. Sylvia Willis passed away on Sunday March 5, 2017 at the age of 84 years. Celebration of Life Service will be held at Lakeview United Church (3023 - 63rd Avenue S.W.) on Friday April 7th, 2017 at 2:00 p.m.

 

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

 

Healing Touch: will begin 10am to noon sessions, on March 20, alternating morning and evening sessions bi-weekly. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

 

Monday Morning Bible Study Next meeting March 27 at 9:30 AM.  Please read Matthew chapter 11 in preparation. Contact person: Gwen Jamieson 403-249-5655

 

Drivers Needed: There are people in the Congregation who are unable to drive to church but would like to attend. They live in the districts of Glamorgan and East Lakeview. If there are any members willing to drive these folks to church even on an occasional basis please contact Sue Spratt 403-242-7156.

 

Weaselhead Presents! Concert Series is an organization that presents concerts featuring blues, folk, roots, Celtic and just plain old feel-good music, here at Lakeview United! Carrie Day is here March 25th at 7:30 and tickets are on sale NOW! Contact lakeviewuc@telus.net or at 403-242-5760. Tickets are $25 each.

 

Weaselhead Presents! Concert Series Supper: Our next concert series is on Saturday March 25th and we will be supplying supper for the band and a few volunteers; approximately 9 people. Please contact Jope if you can help -403-242-5760

 

Ploughshares Calgary invites you to join us for these events:

  • Weekend of March 30th to April 1st 2017 – Vision 2020 Symposium on Human Security – Calgary Model, Exhibition at MRU - Symposium at Parkdale United Church

  • Wednesday, April 12th 2017 – “Bringing Down A Dictator” - At Parkdale United Church

 

Cross Connections Join us Thursday, April 6th at 11:30AM here, at Lakeview United Church, for traditional worship, communion, potluck and social time.  Please contact office@andychurch.org or 403-259-4080

 

St. David’s Free Gratitude Workshop Wednesday, April 5th at 7 p.m.: I hope you can join us on Wednesday to explore the practice of gratitude. Scientific research has shown gratitude can reduce anxiety and improve happiness, health, sleep, resilience, relationships and promote forgiveness. And who doesn’t want that?! So we can plan snacks, space etc. please RSVP online at: ucpcare@telus.net or 403-294-0378. Mirjam Knapik, chair of the counselling team at Mount Royal University has generously offered to share with us recent research in positive psychology and gratitude, to lead a gratitude exercise and offer some guidance in keeping a gratitude journal. Participants will receive a free journal to get started!

 

Camp Kasota West 2017: Half Moon Bay, Sylvan Lake Alberta. Children and Youth camps, sailing camp, counsellor-in-training. Follow us on Facebook. Register online

at: https://cwngui.campwise.com/Apps/OnlineReg/Pages/Login.html

 

2017 Lenten Movie Study, Thursdays at 1 PM: Popcorn & Soft drinks included. Discussion Following

  • March 23 Moonlight

Moonlight was nominated for 8 Oscars, and won 4, including an Oscar for Best Picture. Based on McCraney's unpublished semi-autobiographical play In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue. The film presents three stages in the life of the main character. It explores the difficulties he faces with his own sexuality and identity, including the physical and emotional abuse he receives as a result of it.

  • March 30 Words and Pictures

 

Lakeview United Church

Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love.

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net

3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 | Phone: 242.5760 | Fax:246.6077

Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505

Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117

Office Admin: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760

Choir Director: Marie Taylor

Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


2017 Lenten Movie Study

2017 Lenten Movie Study, Thursdays at 1 PM: Popcorn & Soft drinks included. Discussion Following

  • March 9 The Queen of Katwe is the colorful true story of a young girl selling corn on the streets of rural Uganda whose world rapidly changes when she is introduced to the game of chess and, as a result of the support she receives from her family and community, is instilled with the confidence and determination she needs to pursue her dream of becoming an international chess champion. This is a movie of hope and visions that come true.

  • March 16 The Light Between Two Oceans

  • March 23 The Man Who Knew Infinity

  • March 30 Words and Pictures

  • April 6      Fences


Bulletin Announcements March 5, 2017

March 5, 2017

Sunday, March 12th...following Worship and 10 minutes to get yourself a coffee and a snack, there will be an open discussion in the sanctuary to deal with the Remits which are before our denomination...the Council are the only ones to vote on the Remits at their monthly meeting but your input is of grave importance...information on the Remits can be found on the Narthex table...Sue Brodrick (our Presbytery representative to General Council) will be present to help facilitate the question and answer period...

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: will begin 7pm to 9pm sessions, on March 6, alternating morning and evening sessions bi-weekly. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Monday Morning Bible Study Next meeting March 13 at 9:30 AM.  Please read Matthew chapter 10 in preparation. Contact person: Gwen Jamieson 403-249-5655

Drivers Needed: There are people in the Congregation who are unable to drive to church but would like to attend. They live in the districts of Glamorgan and East Lakeview. If there are any members willing to drive these folks to church even on an occasional basis please contact Sue Spratt 403-242-7156.

Weaselhead Presents! Concert Series is an organization that presents concerts featuring blues, folk, roots, Celtic and just plain old feel-good music, here at Lakeview United! Carrie Day is here March 25th at 7:30 and tickets are on sale NOW! Contact lakeviewuc@telus.net or at 403-242-5760. Tickets are $25 each. Weaselhead Presents! Concert Series Supper: Our next concert series is on Saturday March 25th and we will be supplying supper for the band and a few volunteers; approximately 9 people. Please contact Jope if you can help -403-242-5760

Naramata Centre is open and offering over 40 programs this Spring, Summer and Fall! Check our website: www.naramatacentresociety.org/programs to see our Programs @ A Glance flyer and to watch for program and accommodation registration. You can also come and just be at the Centre without taking a program. Come, join us at the Centre this year!

Cross Connections Join us Thursday, March 16th at 11:30AM here, at Lakeview United Church, for traditional worship, communion, potluck and social time.  Please contact office@andychurch.org or 403-259-4080

Sunday March 5 - 3:00pm Scarboro United: "Illuminate." EnChor Chamber Choir, directed by Liz Paynter, presents choral works from the Renaissance to the newest contemporary choral pieces, including Schubert's beloved Mass in G with guest string ensemble. Tickets $15/20 or save online: enchor.brownpapertickets.com WORLD DAY OF PRAYER – 2017

Ploughshares Calgary invites you to join us for these events:

  • Wednesday, March 15th 2017 – 2017 Calgary Peace Prize awarded to Hon. Doug Roche - At Jack Singer Concert Hall, Arts Commons

  • Weekend of March 30th to April 1st 2017 – Vision 2020 Symposium on Human Security – Calgary Model, Exhibition at MRU - Symposium at Parkdale United Church

  • Wednesday, April 12th 2017 – “Bringing Down A Dictator” - At Parkdale United Church

2017 Lenten Movie Study, Thursdays at 1 PM: Popcorn & Soft drinks included. Discussion Following

  • March 9 The Queen of Katwe The colorful true story of a young girl selling corn on the streets of rural Uganda whose world rapidly changes when she is introduced to the game of chess and, as a result of the support she receives from her family and community, is instilled with the confidence and determination she needs to pursue her dream of becoming an international chess champion. This is a movie of hope and visions that come true.

  • March 16 The Light Between Two Oceans

  • March 23 The Man Who Knew Infinity

  • March 30 Words and Pictures

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Brittany Shippey-Heilman/Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements February 26, 2017

February 26, 2017

Shrove February 28th, 2017 at 5:30 pm: Sign-up sheets located on the Narthex table for Shrove Pancake Tuesday. Donations are welcome.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: will begin 7pm to 9pm sessions, on March 6, alternating morning and evening sessions bi-weekly. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Monday Morning Bible Study meets next on February 27 at 9:30 AM.  Please read Matthew chapter 9 in preparation. Contact person: Gwen Jamieson 403-249-5655

Drivers Needed: There are people in the Congregation who are unable to drive to church but would like to attend. They live in the districts of Glamorgan and East Lakeview. If there are any members willing to drive these folks to church even on an occasional basis please contact Sue Spratt 403-242-7156.

Weaselhead Presents! Concert Series is an organization that presents concerts featuring blues, folk, roots, Celtic and just plain old feel-good music, here at Lakeview United! Carrie Day is here March 25th at 7:30 and tickets are on sale NOW! Contact lakeviewuc@telus.net or at 403-242-5760. Tickets are $25 each. Weaselhead Presents! Concert Series Supper: Our next concert series is on Saturday February 25th and we will be supplying supper for the band and a few volunteers; approximately 12 people. Please contact Jope if you can help -403-242-5760

Cross Connections Join us Thursday, March 2nd at 10:30AM here, at Lakeview United Church, for traditional worship, communion, potluck and social time.  Please contact office@andychurch.org or 403-259-4080

Ash Wednesday – Imposition of Ashes and Communion - St. Laurence Anglican Church (5940 Lakeview Dr. SW) Wednesday, March 1 - 10 am quiet said service and 7:30 pm serviceAll are invited to join us as we begin our Lenten journey.

Naramata Centre is open and offering over 40 programs this Spring, Summer and Fall! Check our website: www.naramatacentresociety.org/programs to see our Programs@ A Glance flyer and to watch for program and accommodation registration. You can also come and just be at the Centre without taking a program. Come, join us at the Centre this year!

Sunday March 5 - 3:00pm Scarboro United: "Illuminate." EnChor Chamber Choir, directed by Liz Paynter, presents choral works from the Renaissance to the newest contemporary choral pieces, including Schubert's beloved Mass in G with guest string ensemble. Tickets $15/20 or save online: enchor.brownpapertickets.com WORLD DAY OF PRAYER – 2017

An invitation to World Day of Prayer 2017 “Am I Being Unfair to You?” (by the World Day of Prayer Committee of The Phillipines): On March 3, 2017 Christians in more than 170 countries and in 2,000 communities across Canada will gather to learn about, pray and celebrate in solidarity with the women of The Philippines through the World Day of Prayer.  Please join us and invite your friends and family to attend one of the following services in the Calgary area.

St Cecelia Catholic - 321 90 Ave. SE

Fri, March 3 @ 1:30 pm

 

Lutheran Church of the Cross - 10620 Elbow Dr. SW

Fri, March 3 @ 1:00 pm

 

Centennial Presbyterian - 103 Pinetown Pl. NE

Fri, March 3 @ 11:00 am

Knox Presbyterian - 3704 37 Ave SW

Fri, March 3  @  4:00 pm

Christ Church Anglican - 3602 8 St SW

Fri, March 3 @ 1:30 pm

Northminster United Church - 3311 Centre St N

Fri, March 3 @ 1:00 pm

Holy Cross Anglican - 2828 19 St NW

Fri, March 3 @ 1:00 pm

St. Edmund’s Anglican Church - 8336 34 Ave NW

Fri, March 3 @ 7:00 pm

Airdrie United - 212 1 Ave NE, Airdrie

Fri, March 3 @ 10:30 a.m.

All Saints Anglican Church -404 – 4 Ave North, Cochrane

Fri, March 3 @ 1:00 pm

 

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Brittany Shippey-Heilman/Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements February 19, 2017

February 19, 2017 – Membership Sunday

Family Day: The office will be closed February 20th for Family Day

2016 Charitable Donation Tax Receipts: These receipts are available for pick-up from the Narthex table.  Receipts not picked up by Sunday Feb 18, will be mailed to the addressee.

Shrove February 28th, 2017 at 5:30 pm: Sign-up sheets located on the Narthex table for Shrove Pancake Tuesday. Donations are welcome.

Chair of Reaching Out Committee Position Available:

  • Call and chair at least 4 committee meetings in the church year. (July 1-June 20)

  • Provide leadership and coordination for the committee.

  • Allocate congregational donations following established guidelines.

The committee already has several dedicated members who are very able and conscientious. This group also encompasses M&S, Website, Outreach Initiatives, Observer, Foster Children etc. For more information please contact Nancy Gillean 403 249 0505.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: will begin 7pm to 9pm sessions, on March 6, alternating morning and evening sessions bi-weekly. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Monday Morning Bible Study meets next on February 27 at 9:30 AM.  Please read Matthew chapter 9 in preparation. Contact person: Gwen Jamieson 403-249-5655

Drivers Needed: There are people in the Congregation who are unable to drive to church but would like to attend. They live in the districts of Glamorgan and East Lakeview. If there are any members willing to drive these folks to church even on an occasional basis please contact Sue Spratt 403-242-7156.

Weaselhead Presents! Concert Series is an organization that presents concerts featuring blues, folk, roots, Celtic and just plain old feel-good music, here at Lakeview United! Souljah Fyah are here February 25th at 7:30 and tickets are on sale NOW! Contact lakeviewuc@telus.net or at 403-242-5760. Tickets are $25 each Weaselhead Presents! Concert Series Supper: Our next concert series is on Saturday February 25th and we will be supplying supper for the band and a few volunteers; approximately 12 people. Please contact Jope if you can help -403-242-5760

Cross Connections Join us Thursday, March 2nd at 10:30AM here, at Lakeview United Church, for traditional worship, communion, potluck and social time.  Please contact office@andychurch.org or 403-259-4080

Ash Wednesday – Imposition of Ashes and Communion - St. Laurence Anglican Church (5940 Lakeview Dr. SW) Wednesday, March 1 - 10 am quiet said service and 7:30 pm serviceAll are invited to join us as we begin our Lenten journey.

Naramata Centre is open and offering over 40 programs this Spring, Summer and Fall! Check our website: www.naramatacentresociety.org/programs to see our Programs@ A Glance flyer and to watch for program and accommodation registration. You can also come and just be at the Centre without taking a program. Come, join us at the Centre this year!

Sunday March 5 - 3:00pm Scarboro United: "Illuminate." EnChor Chamber Choir, directed by Liz Paynter, presents choral works from the Renaissance to the newest contemporary choral pieces, including Schubert's beloved Mass in G with guest string ensemble. Tickets $15/20 or save online: enchor.brownpapertickets.com

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Brittany Shippey-Heilman/Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements February 12, 2017

February 12, 2017

2016 Charitable Donation Tax Receipts: These receipts are available for pick-up from the Narthex table.  Receipts not picked up by Sunday Feb 18, will be mailed to the addressee.

Shrove February 28th, 2017 at 5:30 pm: Sign-up sheets located on the Narthex table for Shrove Pancake Tuesday. Donations are welcome.

Sunday, February 19th, has been set aside for "Membership Sunday" so if anyone is seeking membership to Lakeview United Church, please contact Rev. Jope and arrangements will be made...403-242-5760

ANNUAL FINANCIAL MEETING will be held on February 12 immediately after the worship service.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: will begin 10am-12pm sessions, on February 13, alternating morning and evening sessions bi-weekly. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Monday Morning Bible Study meets next on February 13th at 9:30 AM.  Please read Matthew chapter 8 and 9 in preparation. Contact person: Gwen Jamieson 403-249-5655

Drivers Needed: There are people in the Congregation who are unable to drive to church but would like to attend. They live in the districts of Glamorgan and East Lakeview. If there are any members willing to drive these folks to church even on an occasional basis please contact Sue Spratt 403-242-7156.

Cross Connections Join us Thursday, February 16th at 10:30AM here, at Lakeview United Church, for traditional worship, communion, potluck and social time.  Please contact office@andychurch.org or 403-259-4080

Weaselhead Presents! Concert Series is an organization that presents concerts featuring blues, folk, roots, Celtic and just plain old feel-good music, here at Lakeview United! Souljah Fyah are here February 25th at 7:30 and tickets are on sale NOW! Contact lakeviewuc@telus.net or at 403-242-5760. Tickets are $25 each.

St. Laurence Anglican on Tuesdays February 7, 14 and 21:  The Wisdom Centre is pleased to present a three-week series looking at Parker Palmer’s A Hidden Wholeness: The Journey Toward an Undivided Life. In each session we will view and then discuss the videos that complement his best-selling book of the same title. The sessions will take place at St. Laurence Anglican on Tuesdays February 7, 14 and 21.  There will both be an afternoon session (1:30 – 3:00) and an evening session (7:30 – 9:00 pm).  There is no cost for these sessions but please register by emailing The Rev. Anna Greenwood-Lee at rector@stlaurence.ca and letting her know which session you will attend. Participants may choose to acquire and read the book, A Hidden Wholeness: The Journey Toward an Undivided Life, available from amazon for $24 as a paperback or $4 on Kindle. Or you can simply attend without reading the book. If you’d like to read more about Parker Palmer and his work http://www.couragerenewal.org/

Ash Wednesday – Imposition of Ashes and Communion - St. Laurence Anglican Church (5940 Lakeview Dr. SW) Wednesday, March 1 - 10 am quiet said service and 7:30 pm serviceAll are invited to join us as we begin our Lenten journey.

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Brittany Shippey-Heilman/Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules

Bulletin Announcements February 5, 2017

February 5, 2017

2016 Charitable Donation Tax Receipts: These receipts will be prepared and issued before the end of February, 2017.

Shrove February 28th, 2017 at 5:30 pm: Sign-up sheets located on the Narthex table for Shrove Pancake Tuesday. Donations are welcome.

Sunday, February 19th, has been set aside for "Membership Sunday" so if anyone is seeking membership to Lakeview United Church, please contact Rev. Jope and arrangements will be made...403-242-5760

ANNUAL FINANCIAL MEETING will be held on February 12 immediately after the worship service.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Chair of Reaching Out Committee Position Available:

  • Call and chair at least 4 committee meetings in the church year.

(July 1-June 20)

  • Provide leadership and coordination for the committee.

  • Allocate congregational donations following established guidelines.

The committee already has several dedicated members who are very able and conscientious. This group also encompasses M&S, Website, Outreach Initiatives, Observer, Foster Children etc. For more information please contact Nancy Gillean 403 249 0505.

Healing Touch: will begin 10am-12pm sessions, on February 13, alternating morning and evening sessions bi-weekly. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Monday Morning Bible Study meets next on February 13th at 9:30 AM.  Please read Matthew chapter 8 and 9 in preparation. Contact person: Gwen Jamieson 403-249-5655

Drivers Needed: There are people in the Congregation who are unable to drive to church but would like to attend. They live in the districts of Glamorgan and East Lakeview. If there are any members willing to drive these folks to church even on an occasional basis please contact Sue Spratt 403-242-7156.

Weaselhead Presents! Concert Series is an organization that presents concerts featuring blues, folk, roots, Celtic and just plain old feel-good music, here at Lakeview United! Souljah Fyah are here February 25th at 7:30 and tickets are on sale NOW! Contact lakeviewuc@telus.net or at 403-242-5760. Tickets are $25 each.

Cross Connections Join us Thursday, February 16th at 10:30AM here, at Lakeview United Church, for traditional worship, communion, potluck and social time.  Please contact office@andychurch.org or 403-259-4080

St. Laurence Anglican on Tuesdays February 7, 14 and 21:  The Wisdom Centre is pleased to present a three-week series looking at Parker Palmer’s A Hidden Wholeness: The Journey Toward an Undivided Life. In each session we will view and then discuss the videos that complement his best-selling book of the same title. The sessions will take place at St. Laurence Anglican on Tuesdays February 7, 14 and 21.  There will both be an afternoon session (1:30 – 3:00) and an evening session (7:30 – 9:00 pm).  There is no cost for these sessions but please register by emailing The Rev. Anna Greenwood-Lee at rector@stlaurence.ca and letting her know which session you will attend. Participants may choose to acquire and read the book, A Hidden Wholeness: The Journey Toward an Undivided Life, available from amazon for $24 as a paperback or $4 on Kindle. Or you can simply attend without reading the book. If you’d like to read more about Parker Palmer and his work http://www.couragerenewal.org/

 

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Brittany Shippey-Heilman/Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements January 22, 2017

January 22, 2017

Shrove February 28th, 2017 at 5:30 pm: Sign-up sheets located on the Narthex table for Shrove Pancake Tuesday. Donations are welcome.

Sunday, February 19th, has been set aside for "Membership Sunday" so if anyone is seeking membership to Lakeview United Church, please contact Rev. Jope and arrangements will be made...403-242-5760

ANNUAL FINANCIAL MEETING will be held on February 12 immediately after the worship service.

Food Bank: The Food Bank box will remain in the Narthex for the next several months, and emptied as needed. Let us all try to help those who may not have the staples available for a hot meal during this cold weather.

Second Office Clean-up and Archiving: I am looking for help to go through the papers and files in the second office. I would also like to update our archiving (mainly pictures). I would like to tackle this this project the week of Jan.17-21. If you can spare a few hours please contact Nancy Gillean 403-249-0505.

Chair of Reaching Out Committee Position Available:

  • Call and chair at least 4 committee meetings in the church year. (July 1-June 20)

  • Provide leadership and coordination for the committee.

  • Allocate congregational donations following established guidelines.

The committee already has several dedicated members who are very able and conscientious. This group also encompasses M&S, Website, Outreach Initiatives, Observer, Foster Children etc. For more information please contact Nancy Gillean 403 249 0505.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: Returned January 9th with 7-9pm sessions, and will begin 10am-12pm sessions, on January 23rd, alternating bi-weekly. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Monday Morning Bible Study meets next on January 30 at 9:30 AM.  Please read Matthew chapter 7 in preparation. Contact person: Gwen Jamieson 403-249-5655

Drivers Needed: There are people in the Congregation who are unable to drive to church but would like to attend. They live in the districts of Glamorgan and East Lakeview. If there are any members willing to drive these folks to church even on an occasional basis please contact Sue Spratt 403-242-7156.

Weaselhead Presents! Concert Series is an organization that presents concerts featuring blues, folk, roots, Celtic and just plain old feel-good music, here at Lakeview United! Rosie & The Riveters are here January 27th at 7:30 and tickets are on sale NOW! Contact lakeviewuc@telus.net or at 403-242-5760. Tickets are $25 each.

Medical Qigong Level 1 Workshop – January 28th; 9:30am to 5pm (1hr lunch). A health care system that integrates gentle movements and breathing techniques with focused intention. Everyone welcome, no experience necessary! For more information visit www.qigongcalgary.com or email info@qigongcalgary.com or call 403-668-1743

Naramata Centre Society Board of Directors - Join the Naramata Centre Board of Directors for an informal information session and update on what is happening at the centre, and the exciting programs happening in 2017! Questions? Contact Terrance Malkinson 403.282.1065 or malkinst@telus.net

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Brittany Shippey-Heilman/Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements December 4, 2016

December 4, 2016

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Pledgefest: Please pick up your pledge forms from the narthex table, fill them out, and return at your earliest convenience. Let’s make 2017 another successful year at Lakeview United Church!  

Mitten Tree is in the Fellowship Hall awaiting new mitts, scarves and hats! Small sizes go to the Children’s Cottage, and larger sizes go to The Mustard Seed. (New items only, please.)

Cross Connections Join us Thursday, December 15th at 10:30AM here, at Lakeview United Church, for traditional worship, communion, potluck and social time.  Please contact office@andychurch.org or 403-259-4080

Monday Morning Bible Study will resume with regular classes on January 16th. 2017 at 9:30 AM in the Upper Hall. Questions? Contact Gwen Jamieson at 403-249-5655.

Healing Touch: Will return January 9th with 7-9pm sessions, and will begin 10am-12pm sessions, on January 23rd, alternating bi-weekly. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

MITTEN TREE: The mitten tree is in the fellowship hall waiting for mitts, scarves and hats (new items only please). Small sizes go to the Children's Cottage and adult sizes go to the Mustard Seed.

Pop-up Nativity Family Event: Let's make it a celebration – Saturday, December 17thfrom 2:00-3:30. This is a chance to bring out family and friends to prepare our hearts, minds and souls for the coming of Christmas.  There will be crafts, carols and of course the Christmas Pageant!  This is a community event so invite your neighbours too!  Volunteers are needed and sign-up sheets can be found in the Narthex. 

Christmas Cards Needed: We are in need of old Christmas cards that can be used for crafts for the December 17th Pop-up Nativity Family Event.  If you have any please give them to Gwen Jamieson or drop them off in the office.

Drivers Needed: There are people in the Congregation who are unable to drive to church but would like to attend. They live in the districts of Glamorgan and East Lakeview. If there are any members willing to drive these folks to church even on an occasional basis please contact Sue Spratt 403-242-7156.

“The Happy Prince” Live Performance: A brand-new family Christmas musical! The Painted Fish Performing Arts Society presents a story about a gold statue, a little swallow, and a town and family who learn of God’s love at Christmas. There are three shows: 7:00pm on December 3rd at St. Luke’s Anglican Church, 3:00pm on December 4th at Forest Lawn United Church, and 7:30pm at St. Lawrence Anglican Church. Tickets are $15. Please call 587-892-5800 or buy online at www.paintedfish.ca.

Collecting Unwrapped Gifts for Glamorgan Care Centre. Many of these folks are former street people and do not have families to support them. In some cases we are the only ones who remember them at Christmas. There are 35 men and 17 women. Socks, hats and gloves are always needed, and a new suggestion this year: the residents love gift cards ($5-10) to either 7/11 or Starbucks both within walking distance of the home. There will be a box under the narthex table until December 11 for donations.

Weaselhead Presents! Concert Series is a non-profit organization that presents concerts featuring blues, folk, roots, Celtic and just plain old feel-good music, here at Lakeview United! Rosie & The Riveters are here January 27th at 7:30 and tickets are on sale NOW! Contact lakeviewuc@telus.net or at 403-242-5760. Tickets are $25 each.

 

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6 Phone: 242.5760 Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Admin: Brittany Shippey-Heilman/Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements November 20, 2016

November 20, 2016

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Pledgefest: Please pick up your pledge forms from the narthex table, fill them out, and return at your earliest convenience. Let’s make 2017 another successful year at Lakeview United Church!  

Cross Connections Join us Thursday, December 1st at 10:30AM here, at Lakeview United Church, for traditional worship, communion, potluck and social time.  Please contact office@andychurch.org or 403-259-4080

Monday Morning Bible Study will be meeting November 28th, 9:30 AM in the Upper Hall. Please read Matthew 5: 31 - 48 and chapter 6 in preparation.

Healing Touch: Every first and third Monday of the month (November 7 & 21), 7-9PM. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

TOPS: Want to lose weight and adopt a healthier lifestyle? Pay low fees and get friendly support in meeting your lifestyle goals! The first meeting is free. Questions? Contact Joan 403-249-0574.

TONIGHT at LUC: there will be a pizza supper at 5:30 followed by the film, "For the Bible Tells Me So," at 6:15; there will also be a short discussion afterward. Look forward to seeing you there! Your Affirming Committee.

Pop-up Nativity Family Event: Let's make it a celebration – Saturday, December 17thfrom 2:00-3:30. This is a chance to bring out family and friends to prepare our hearts, minds and souls for the coming of Christmas.  There will be crafts, carols and of course the Christmas Pageant!  This is a community event so invite your neighbours too!  Volunteers are needed and sign-up sheets can be found in the Narthex.  A brief organizational meeting will be held after the service

today (Nov. 20th) See you there!

Christmas Cards Needed: We are in need of old Christmas cards that can be used for crafts for the December 17th Pop-up Nativity Family Event.  If you have any please give them to Gwen Jamieson or drop them off in the office.

“The Happy Prince” Live Performance: A brand-new family Christmas musical! The Painted Fish Performing Arts Society presents a story about a gold statue, a little swallow, and a town and family who learn of God’s love at Christmas. There are three shows: 7:00pm on December 3rd at St. Luke’s Anglican Church, 3:00pm on December 4th at Forest Lawn United Church, and 7:30pm at St. Lawrence Anglican Church. Tickets are $15. Please call 587-892-5800 or buy online at www.paintedfish.ca.

Drivers Needed: There are people in the Congregation who are unable to drive to church but would like to attend. They live in the districts of Glamorgan and East Lakeview. If there are any members willing to drive these folks to church even on an occasional basis please contact Sue Spratt 403-242-7156.

Thank you to Jean Butterworth, Etta Campbell and Janet Layton for being tirelessly available every Sunday for kitchen cleanup and taking down tables in the Fellowship Hall. If more folks were available to help with these tasks it would make everyone’s job a little easier. Please consider lending a hand after coffee on Sunday before you leave.

Collecting Unwrapped Gifts for Glamorgan Care Centre. Many of these folks are former street people and do not have families to support them. In some cases we are the only ones who remember them at Christmas. There are 35 men and 17 women. Socks, hats and gloves are always needed, and a new suggestion this year: the residents love gift cards ($5-10) to either 7/11 or Starbucks both within walking distance of the home. There will be a box under the narthex table until December 11 for donations.

Weaselhead Presents! Concert Series is a non-profit organization that presents concerts featuring blues, folk, roots, Celtic and just plain old feel-good music, here at Lakeview United! Rosie & The Riveters is here January 27th at 7:30 and tickets are on sale NOW! Contact lakeviewuc@telus.net or at 403-242-5760. Tickets are $25 each.

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6  Phone: 242.5760   Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrators: Brittany Shippey-Heilman/Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements October 30, 2016

October 30, 2016

Ongoing Church Clean-Up: If you feel so inclined there are always small jobs to do around the church and in the office, and we would greatly appreciate any help! Contact Nancy 403-249-0505.

 Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Pledgefest has officially begun! Please pick up your pledge forms from the narthex table, fill them out, and return at your earliest convenience. Let’s make 2017 another successful year at Lakeview United Church!  

Weaselhead Presents! Concert Series is a non-profit organization that presents concerts featuring blues, folk, roots, Celtic and just plain old feel-good music, here at Lakeview United! T. Buckley Trio is here November 19th at 7:30 and tickets are on sale NOW! Contact lakeviewuc@telus.net or at 403-242-5760. Tickets are $25 each.

Cross Connections Join us Thursday, November 3rd at 11:30AM here, at Lakeview United Church, for traditional worship, communion, potluck and social time.  Please contact office@andychurch.org or 403-259-4080

Monday Morning Bible Study will be meeting October 31, 9:30 AM in the Upper Hall. Please read Matthew chapters 5 and 6 in advance. Questions? Contact Gwen Jamieson 403-249-5655.

Healing Touch: Every first and third Monday of the month (November 7 & 21), 7-9PM. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

TOPS: Want to lose weight and adopt a healthier lifestyle? Pay low fees and get friendly support in meeting your lifestyle goals! The first meeting is free. Questions? Contact Joan 403-249-0574.

Halloween Lunch: Our thanks to sandwich makers: Betty S, Diane H, Etta, Fiona, Jude, Lorna, Roxie and Sue!

Bow Valley Fiddlers in Performance: November 18th, 2016 at 7:30 pm Springbank United Church (just north of Callaway Park) Tickets available at (403) 288-5677 - Cost $15.00

Elder in the Making: A documentary film about a young Blackfoot aboriginal and a young Chinese Canadian immigrant who embark on a spiritual journey across traditional Blackfoot Territory. Shown at St. Laurence Anglican Church, Friday, November 4th at 7:00pm. Wine and cheese reception to follow. $10 at the door.

Qigong – The Self-Healing Exercise You Need to Try! Medical Qigong Level 1 Workshop – November 5th; 9:30am to 5pm (1hr lunch). A health care system that integrates gentle movements and breathing techniques with focused intention. Everyone welcome, no experience necessary! For more information visit www.qigongcalgary.com or email info@qigongcalgary.com or call 403-668-1743. Enroll by October 24th and Save $25!

ESL Student Dinner at Lakeview Baptist Nov. 16th: Help wanted to prepare and serve dinner for approximately 15-20 Japanese students from MRU. These students are provided with a meal before they take their ESL classes. Lakeview Baptist has been providing this service every Wednesday for several years and have asked different associations in Lakeview to lend a helping hand – If you think you are able, please call Nancy: 403-249-0505

Save the Date - November 20th at LUC: there will be a pizza supper at 5:30 followed by the film, "For the Bible Tells Me So," at 6:15; there will also be a short discussion afterward. Look forward to seeing you there! Your Affirming Committee.

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6  Phone: 242.5760   Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrators: Brittany Shippey-Heilman/Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules

Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love.


GETTING READY FOR CHRISTMAS, 2016 !

A FAMILY  EVENT!  

Saturday – Dec. 17 2:00 – 3:30

Come and be part of the Christmas Pageant!

Make crafts, sing carols and hear the story that started it all!

Everyone Welcome!

Families of every kind, young, old, mixed, blended, single parent, believers, non-believers, families of love, families of one!

This is a free event but please register by phone to avoid disappointment.

Lakeview United Church 3023 63rd Ave. S.W.   403-242-5760 


"We are in need of old Christmas cards for this Christmas Event.  If you have any please give them to Gwen Jamieson or drop them off in the office."

Bulletin Announcements October 23, 2016

October 23, 2016

Ongoing Church Clean-Up: If you feel so inclined there are always small jobs to do around the church and in the office, and we would greatly appreciate any help! Contact Nancy 403-249-0505.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Pledgefest has officially begun! Please pick up your pledge forms from the narthex table, fill them out, and return at your earliest convenience. Let’s make 2017 another successful year at Lakeview United Church!  

Weaselhead Presents! Concert Series is a non-profit organization that presents concerts featuring blues, folk, roots, Celtic and just plain old feel-good music, here at Lakeview United! Lucas Chaisson is here October 29th at 7:30 and tickets are on sale NOW! Contact lakeviewuc@telus.net or at 403-242-5760. Tickets are $25 each or a series pack of tickets for 6 concerts is $120, valid only until October 29! Supper will also be supplied for approximately 10 people - please contact Nancy if you can help: 403-249-0505

Cross Connections Join us Thursday, November 3rd at 11:30AM here, at Lakeview United Church, for traditional worship, communion, potluck and social time.  Please contact office@andychurch.org or 403-259-4080

Monday Morning Bible Study will be meeting October 31, 9:30 AM in the Upper Hall. Please read Matthew chapters 5 and 6 in advance. Questions? Contact Gwen Jamieson 403-249-5655.

Healing Touch: Every first and third Monday of the month (November 7 & 21), 7-9PM. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Halloween Lunch October 30th: We require 8 loaves of uncut sandwiches. Please volunteer today to make a loaf for grilled cheese sandwiches. Your ministry of fellowship is appreciated. Sign-up sheet is on bulletin board next to library.

Elder in the Making: A documentary film about a young Blackfoot aboriginal and a young Chinese Canadian immigrant who embark on a spiritual journey across traditional Blackfoot Territory. Shown at St. Laurence Anglican Church, Friday, November 4th at 7:00pm. Wine and cheese reception to follow. $10 at the door.

TOPS: Want to lose weight and adopt a healthier lifestyle? Pay low fees and get friendly support in meeting your lifestyle goals! The first meeting is free. Questions? Contact Joan 403-249-0574.

Nametags: Please wear your nametags to help both newcomers and regulars get to know each other.  If you wish to purchase a nametag, please call Vivian McFarland at (403) 249-8513 by Sunday, October 23.  Orders are placed twice per year, in the spring and fall.  Nametags cost $8.25 ea. + GST for either a strong magnet or a pin.

Deer Park Homecoming TODAY! Deer Park United Church is hosting a “Homecoming” for all past and present friends of Deer Park and St. Andrew’s United Churches to gather to take a look at our journey; to look at us now, and look to the future. Be a part of this as we celebrate our mission statement of “Coming Alive through Reflecting, Connecting and Serving”. All are welcome to join the activities.

Qigong – The Self-Healing Exercise You Need to Try! Medical Qigong Level 1 Workshop – November 5th; 9:30am to 5pm (1hr lunch). A health care system that integrates gentle movements and breathing techniques with focused intention. Everyone welcome, no experience necessary! For more information visit www.qigongcalgary.com or email info@qigongcalgary.com or call 403-668-1743. Enroll by October 24th and Save $25!

ESL Student Dinner at Lakeview Baptist Nov. 16th: Help wanted to prepare and serve dinner for approximately 15-20 Japanese students from MRU. These students are provided with a meal before they take their ESL classes. Lakeview Baptist has been providing this service every Wednesday for several years and have asked different associations in Lakeview to lend a helping hand – If you think you are able, please call Nancy: 403-249-0505

 Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6  Phone: 242.5760   Fax:246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrators: Brittany Shippey-Heilman/Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


 Bulletin Announcements October 16, 2016

October 16, 2016

Ongoing Church Clean-Up: If you feel so inclined there are always small jobs to do around the church and in the office, and we would greatly appreciate any help. Contact Nancy 403-249-0505.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Monday Morning Bible Study will be meeting October 17, 9:30 AM in the Upper Hall. Please read Matthew chapters 3 and 4 in advance. Questions? Contact Gwen Jamieson 403-249-5655.

Healing Touch: Every first and third Monday of the month (October 3 & 17), 7 – 9:00 PM. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Nametags: Please wear your nametags to help both newcomers and regulars get to know each other.  If you wish to purchase a nametag, please call Vivian McFarland at (403) 249-8513 by Sunday, October 23.  Orders are placed twice per year, in the spring and fall.  Nametags cost $8.25 ea. + GST for either a strong magnet or a pin.

TOPS: Want to lose weight and adopt a healthier lifestyle? Pay low fees and get friendly support in meeting your lifestyle goals! The first meeting is free. Questions? Contact Joan 403-249-0574.

MORE HELP NEEDED: The new Treasurer has inherited four roles instead of one and needs more help.  If you think you can help out with Payroll Input - please talk to Paige Martin. These positions need not be onerous and we can be flexible! 403-460-4429.

Choir: Lakeview’s choir welcomes new members! If you love to sing, please see Marie Taylor. Rehearsals are every Thursday from 7-8:30pm. (Even if you can’t join us every Sunday!)

ICU 2 BABY SHOWER and SHOWER for OUR NEW SYRIAN BABY: We will be hosting our annual ICU2 Baby Shower as well a baby shower for our Syrian family, on Oct 16th after church. If possible please donate to our babies that need extra help. Neighborhood Link has had many requests from new Moms. We will also be celebrating the birth of our new Syrian baby, Layan, and hoping for items 0-6 months. Please join us after Church on the 16th… there'll be cake! Any questions?? Please contact Nancy Gillean at 403-249 -0505

Fall Fair at Scarboro United is October 22nd! Come over to Scarboro United Church (134 Scarboro Ave SW), and check out the fabulous fresh cut flowers, mouthwatering hot hogs, a sparkly treasure bar, page turning book sale, traditional tea room, crafty children’s corner, and bountiful bake sale – featuring our famous Scarboro Oat Cakes! For more information, contact the office or check out our website scarborounited.org - See you there!

Save the Date! October 21, 22 and 23, Deer Park United Church is hosting a “Homecoming” for all past and present friends of Deer Park and St. Andrew’s United Churches to gather to take a look at our journey; to look at us now, and look to the future. Be a part of this as we celebrate our mission statement of “Coming Alive through Reflecting, Connecting and Serving”. All are welcome to join the activities. RSVP www.homecoming2016@dpuc.ca.

Weaselhead Presents! Concert Series is a non-profit organization that presents concerts featuring blues, folk, roots, Celtic and just plain old feel-good music, here at Lakeview United! Lucas Chaisson is here October 29th at 7:30 and tickets are on sale NOW! Contact lakeviewuc@telus.net or at 403-242-5760

 

Lakeview United Church
Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love.
www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net
3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6  242.5760 fax.246.6077
Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505
Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117
Office Administrator: Brittany Shippey-Heilman 403.242.5760
Choir Director: Marie Taylor
Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements July 31, 2016

July 31, 2016 Tenth Sunday of Pentecost

Enjoy Souper Sunday!

Summer Coffee Please mark your calendars for upcoming special events; Aug. 14th – Sundae Sunday, Aug. 28th – Summer Potluck.

Meet and Greet We will resume our regular meetings every first Monday of every month in the fall of 2016. We hope to see you on September 11 at 10:00 AM.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: During the summer only, Healing Touch will be here every thirdMONDAY of the month (July 15th), 7 – 9:30 PM. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Love Your Neigbour Barbeque We will be hosting the Love Your Neighbour BBQ on August 13th, at 11:00 AM. This event is open to everyone. Come meet your neighbours and enjoy yourselves at Lakeview United Church. We would appreciate any help geared towards the successful achievement of this event. Thank you!

Summer Clean Up Around the Church Cleaning is currently being carried out around the church. Please take time to look at the jobs posted in the Narthex. If you are able, sign up for a job and date it when the job is completed. If you have any questions, please contact Nancy G. at 403.249.0505. Thank you!

Knox United Presents Circle of Friends Knox United Church invites you to enjoy their Labyrinth Concert Series throughout the summer. The final act is Tim Janz on August 7th. The event starts at 1:00 PM and entrance is free but donations will be accepted. Location is 506 4th Street S.W.

St. Andrew’s College needs a Registrar If you are interested, please visit the bulletin board in the Upper Hall for more information on the position. Please note that applications are due August 9, 2016.

Westside Singers looking for a new director Applicant should have a good knowledge of choral conducting, be positive, adaptable, have a good sense of humour, and be able to work with seniors. Repertoire is secular and seasonal.  Ability to play piano is helpful, but choir does have an accompanist. Please send applications to downtond@outlook.com or brantina@shaw.ca

Choir Director Needed Wild Rose United Church is looking for a choir director to start September 1, 2016. Interested applicants can email verna123@telus.net for more details.

Living Spirit United Church’s Free Winter Clothing Drive

The Living Spirit United Church will be holding their annual Free Winter Clothing Drive on October 1st, from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM at their church premises –629 49 Ave SW. Donations will be accepted from September 25th – September 30th during their office hours. On October 1st, there will also be a junk in the trunk sale at Living Spirit United. To book a spot, ($20 / vehicle) please contact their offices prior to October 23rd. For further enquiries, please visit their website www.livingspirit.ca or call 403.243.3180.

 

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love.

www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6     242.5760 fax.246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Cynthia Fonderson 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements July 3, 2016

July 3, 2016 Seventh Sunday of Pentecost

Thank you to our coffee hosts Angela and Nancy G.

 Summer Coffee Sign-up sheets for hosts for Sunday “Coffee and Conversation” are on the bulletin board, next to the library. Please consider hosting in July and August. Your contribution towards FELLOWSHIP is greatly appreciated.

Please mark your calendars for upcoming special events; July 31st – Souper Sunday, Aug. 14th – Sundae Sunday, Aug. 28th – Summer Potluck.

The Coffee and Conversation Group has changed their name. We are now called the ‘Meet & Greet Group’ and we will continue to get together on the first Monday of the month.  July 4th at 10am and we would like YOU to join us.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: During the summer only, Healing Touch will be here every thirdMONDAY of the month (July 18th), 7 – 9:30 PM. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

St. Matt’s Scrolls St. Matthew United Church will also be hosting a Stampede breakfast on Sunday, July 7th at their premises –2035 26A St. SW. Join us for free pancakes and live music in the parking lot.

Knox United Presents Circle of Friends Knox United Church invites you to enjoy their Labyrinth Concert Series throughout the summer. Dates & acts include: July 3 –Jiajia Li and August 7 –Tim Janz. All events start at 1:00 PM and entrance is free but donations will be accepted. Location is 506 4th Street S.W.

The Servants Anonymous Society (SAS) invites you to join them for a Stampede Breakfast on Tuesday, July 12 as they appreciate donors and volunteers in our community. The venue is 1008 – 14th Street SE and the events begin at 8:30 AM and go till 11:00 AM. Bring a friend and join the fun!!!

Stampede Barbeque Yer invited to a Stampede Barbeque on Sunday, July 7th from 12:00 PM ‘til 1:30 PM at Renfrew United Church – 956 Radnor Avenue N.E. Come eat your fill of hamburgers, hot dogs, salads and cake. For more information, please call 403-277-1577. Free donations are always welcome. Y’all come, now!!!

Choir Director Needed Wild Rose United Church is looking for a choir director to start September 1, 2016. Interested applicants can email verna123@telus.net for more details.

Living Spirit United Church’s Free Winter Clothing Drive

The Living Spirit United Church will be holding their annual Free Winter Clothing Drive on October 1st, from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM at their church premises –629 49 Ave SW. Donations will be accepted from September 25th – September 30th during their office hours. On October 1st, there will also be a junk in the trunk sale at Living Spirit United. To book a spot, ($20 / vehicle) please contact their offices prior to October 23rd. For further enquiries, please visit their website www.livingspirit.ca or call 403.243.3180.

 

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com                       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6     242.5760 fax.246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Temp. Office Administrator: Cynthia Fonderson 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements June 12, 2016

June 12, 2016 Fourth Sunday of Pentecost

Thank you to our coffee hosts LUC Staff

Summer coffee: Sincere thanks for “Coffee and Conversation” hosts for May and June; your contribution towards FELLOWSHIP is greatly appreciated by all. Please mark your calendars for upcoming events: June 26th –Pulled Pork Luncheon, July 31st –Souper Sunday and Aug. 28th –Summer Potluck.  

The Coffee and Conversation Group has changed their name. We are now called the ‘Meet & Greet Group’ and we will continue to get together on the first Monday of the month.  July 4th at 10am and we would like YOU to join us.

Join us Thursday June 16th for Cross Connections: we'll gather again at 11:30 am here at Lakeview United Church, for a short traditional worship, with communion, followed by a simple potluck and social time. office@andychurch.org 403-259-4080

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: Every first and third MONDAY of the month (June 20th), 7 – 9:30 PM. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Healing Touch will be extending their services to victims of the Fort McMurray fires on Saturday June 18th, 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

St. Matt’s Scrolls St. Matthew United Church invites you to join them on Sunday, June 19 for the annual service of beloved African-American Spirituals, The Promise of Deliverance. The event will feature a variety of vocal soloists, Evan Mounce, accompanist/saxophone and Kim Jones, cello.

St. Matthew United Church will also be hosting a Stampede breakfast on Sunday, July 7th at their premises –2035 26A St. SW. Join us for free pancakes and live music in the parking lot.

Knox United Presents Circle of Friends Knox United Church invites you to enjoy their Labyrinth Concert Series throughout the summer. Dates & acts include: June 19 –One Voice Choir, July 3 –Jiajia Li and August 7 –Tim Janz. All events start at 1:00 PM and entrance is free. Location is 506 4th Street S.W.

Mortgage free Acadia place mortgage is paid off! Thanks to all those who have supported the campaign to pay off the Acadia `Place mortgage. The mortgage was shredded at a celebration on Saturday, May 7 at Acadia Place. With your support and with donations from anonymous donors motivated by your spirit, the mortgage has been paid off! This is a tremendous support to families in need of safe, affordable housing: monthly rents will now be sustained at affordable levels forever! Stay tuned for our next endeavor together! And again … THANK YOU!!

Showing of “The Elder in the Making” The wider Calgary community and our congregation is invited for a showing and discussion of ‘Elder in the Making’ on June 13th at 7 pm at Hillhurst United Church. This is an informative expose into the complexity of Aboriginal culture and the historical Treaty 7 agreement. Please bring your friends - All are welcome! Snacks will be served. For more information contact Sandra Hayes-Gardiner at sandrahg@shaw.ca.

Alberta and Northwest Conference is receiving donations to assist. Donations can be made online at:  http://albertanorthwestconference.ca/donate or by cheque to: Alberta and Northwest Conference and mailed to the Conference office at 9911- 48 Avenue NW, EDMONTON, AB T6E 5V6.  Please note that donation is for Fort McMurray.

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com                       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6     242.5760 fax.246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Temp. Office Administrator: Cynthia Fonderson 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements June 5, 2016

June 5, 2016 Third Sunday of Pentecost

Thank you to our coffee hosts Dave, George & Lorna

Summer coffee: Sincere thanks for “Coffee and Conversation” host for May and June; your contribution towards FELLOWSHIP is greatly appreciated by all. Please mark your calendars for upcoming events: June 5th –Annual Sundae Sunday, June 26th –Pulled Pork Luncheon, June 31st –Souper Sunday and Aug. 28th –Summer Potluck.  

The Coffee and Conversation Group has changed their name. We are now called the ‘Meet & Greet Group’ and we will continue to get together on the first Monday of the month.  June 6th at 10am and we would like YOU to join us.

Join us Thursday June 16th for Cross Connections: we'll gather again at 11:30 am here at Lakeview United Church, for a short traditional worship, with communion, followed by a simple potluck and social time. office@andychurch.org 403-259-4080

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: Every first and third MONDAY of the month (June 6th), 7 – 9:30 PM. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Healing Touch will also be extending their services to victims of the Fort McMurray fires on Saturday June 18th, 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Kids 4 Kids A benefit concert & carnival will be held by the Girls & Boys Clubs of Calgary in support of Children Refugee Programs. This event will take place at 2:00 pm on June 11 at the Bella Concert Hall located at Mount Royal University. Tickets are available at https://tickets.mru.ca/. For more information, please contact Michael Coburn at musicians4refugees@gmail.com.

Mortgage free Acadia place mortgage is paid off!! Thanks to all those who have supported the campaign to pay off the Acadia `Place mortgage. The mortgage was shredded at a celebration on Saturday, May 7 at Acadia Place. With your support and with donations from anonymous donors motivated by your spirit, the mortgage has been paid off! This is a tremendous support to families in need of safe, affordable housing: monthly rents will now be sustained at affordable levels forever! Stay tuned for our next endeavor together! And again … THANK YOU!!

Sing On with One Accord!  Monday June 6 - 7:30pm, Woodcliff United Church. As always, the choir is singing a wide variety of music, from folk to jazz and everything in between.  Directed by Liz Paynter, with guest musicians drummer Karl Schwonik and cellist Andrea Case. Donations at the door. 

Showing of “The Elder in the Making” The wider Calgary community and our congregation is invited for a showing and discussion of ‘Elder in the Making’ on June 13th at 7 pm at Hillhurst United Church. This is an informative expose into the complexity of Aboriginal culture and the historical Treaty 7 agreement. Please bring your friends - All are welcome! Snacks will be served. For more information contact Sandra Hayes-Gardiner at sandrahg@shaw.ca.

Alberta and Northwest Conference is receiving donations to assist. Donations can be made online at:  http://albertanorthwestconference.ca/donate or by cheque to: Alberta and Northwest Conference and mailed to the Conference office at 9911- 48 Avenue NW, EDMONTON, AB T6E 5V6.  Please note that donation is for Fort McMurray

 

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com                       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6     242.5760 fax.246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Temp. Office Administrator: Cynthia Fonderson 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


FREE CLOTHING EVENT June 4, 2016

LAKEVIEW UNITED CHURCH

3023 63 rd avenue SW

Calgary, AB 

JUNE 4TH, 2016  FROM 9 TO 12 

selection of Women, Men and Children clothing 

COME AND TAKE WHAT YOU NEED 

bring your own bags if possible


Bulletin Announcements May 22, 2016

May 22, 2016 Trinity Sunday

Thank you to our coffee host Doug & Gwen Jamieson

Jope is away from the May 18th -24th. Emergency Contact for Pastoral Care needs please contact: Rev. Lois Punton at 403.966.8018

Summer coffee: during the months of June, July and August we will have our regular coffee sign-up sheets. Please fill in as you are able.  Take this opportunity to choose a different option (ie. Serving lemonade on a hot day, or prepare coffee before worship so people may take their coffee into worship service. We will have a special pulled-pork luncheon at the end of June, Souper Sunday in July, and pot-luck in late August. Remember no sign-up, no-coffee.

Is your name missing from the after worship service “Coffee and Conversation”sheet? Have a look to see whether you have volunteered as a coffee host.

Name Tags: If you wish to purchase a name tag, please call Vivian McFarland at (403) 249-8513 by Sunday May 22nd. The price is $8.25 ea. + GST for a pin or magnet. Name tags are ordered twice a year, fall and spring. Thank you! Vivian McFarland.

The Coffee and Conversation Group has changed their name. We are now called the ‘Meet & Greet Group’ and we will continue to get together on the first Monday of the month.  June 6th at 10am and we would like YOU to join us.

Join us Thursday June 2nd for Cross Connections: we'll gather again at 11:30 am here at Lakeview United Church, for a short traditional worship, with communion, followed by a simple potluck and social time. office@andychurch.org 403-259-4080

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: Every first and third MONDAY of the month (June 6th), 7 – 9:30 PM. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Healing Touch will also be extending their services to victims of the Fort McMurray fires on Monday May 30th, Wednesday June 1st and Saturday June 18th, 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org. 

CLOSET CLEAN UP – June 4th 9 to 12: Don't forget to go through your closets now - bring to the Church during the last week of May all your clean clothes you don't need – they will be given to needy people on June 4th. Please bring bags to be used during the event. Donors are greatly appreciated.

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held Sunday May 29th.  A sign-up sheet has been made available in the narthex for council members and chairs who would like to have the report e-mailed to them.

Alberta and Northwest Conference is receiving donations to assist. Donations can be made online at:  http://albertanorthwestconference.ca/donate or by cheque to: Alberta and Northwest Conference and mailed to the Conference office at 9911- 48 Avenue NW, EDMONTON, AB T6E 5V6.  Please note that donation is for Fort McMurray

Condolences

Wilf Godfrey passed away on Tuesday March 29th, 2016. A Celebration of Life service will be held at Lakeview United Church on Saturday May 28, 2016 at 11:00 a.m.

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com                       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6     242.5760 fax.246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Community Engagement Liaison: Cynthia Fonderson 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements May 8, 2016

May 8, 2016 Happy Mother’s Day

Thank you to our coffee hosts Barry & Maida Evans & Gerry & Phyllis Gavelin

Is your name missing from the after worship service “Coffee and Conversation”sheet? Have a look to see whether you have volunteered as a coffee host. May dates available: May 29, June 12 & 19

Name Tags: If you wish to purchase a name tag, please call Vivian McFarland at (403) 249-8513 by Sunday May 22nd. The price is $8.25 ea. + GST for a pin or magnet. Name tags are ordered twice a year, fall and spring. Thank you! Vivian McFarland.

The Coffee and Conversation Group has changed their name. We are now called the ‘Meet & Greet Group’ and we will continue to get together on the first Monday of the month.  June 6th at 10am and we would like YOU to join us.

Join us Thursday May 19th for Cross Connections: we'll gather again at 11:30 am here at Lakeview United Church, for a short traditional worship, with communion, followed by a simple potluck and social time. office@andychurch.org 403-259-4080

NEXT Baptism Sunday is May 15th: If you have been seeking to be baptized, please be in contact with Rev. Jope and arrangements will be made to have this happen on this special day, (403) 242-5760.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: Every first and third MONDAY of the month (May 16), 7 – 9:30 PM. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

CLOSET CLEAN UP – June 4th – 9 to 12: Don't forget to go through your closets now - bring to the Church during the last week of May all your clean clothes you don't need – they will be given to needy people on June 4th

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held Sunday May 29th.  All committee chairs and group leaders should have their ANNUAL REPORTSsubmitted (in a MS Word document format) by May 15th.

Warming up to Worship, 9 AM Sundays Group Room. We look at the readings for today's worship service and discuss how the ancient words might be speaking to us now, in the 21st Century. Then we go into worship, curious to hear what the minister has to say about it. All are welcome to join this Scripture Discussion Group. Bob Gibennus, Licensed Lay Worship Leader, will facilitate the discussions. May 15 will be the last Warming Up to Worship of the season. Readings for Sunday May 15: Acts 2: 1-21, Romans 8: 14-17, and John 14: 8-17, 25-27

Alberta and Northwest Conference is receiving donations to assist. Donations can be made online at:  http://albertanorthwestconference.ca/donate or by cheque to: Alberta and Northwest Conference and mailed to the Conference office at 9911-48 Avenue NW, EDMONTON, AB T6E 5V6.  Please note that donation is for Fort McMurray

Condolences Wilf Godfrey passed away on Tuesday March 29th, 2016. A Celebration of Life service will be held at Lakeview United Church on Saturday May 28, 2016 at 11:00 a.m.

 

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“Lift Every Voice!” - EnChor Chamber Choir presents an evening of sing-a-long favourites!  Join us for some Beatles, Leonard Cohen, Queen, Billy Joel, celtic classics, and more! TODAY Sunday, May 8, St. Stephen's Anglican, 1121 14 Ave SW. Tickets at the door: $20/$15 Save online:  enchor-lifteveryvoice.eventbrite.ca

 

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com                       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6     242.5760 fax.246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements April 10, 2016

April 10, 2016

The Coffee and Conversation Group will be getting together on Monday May 2nd at 10am and we would like YOU to join us. Coffee and Conversation meets the first Monday of the month.

Do you enjoy after Worship “Coffee and Conversation” time? Please consider volunteering as a host. Sign-up sheets for April and May are on the bulletin board next to the library.

Join us Thursday April 21st for Cross Connections: we'll gather again at 11:30 am here at Lakeview United Church, for a short traditional worship, with communion, followed by a simple potluck and social time. office@andychurch.org 403-259-4080

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets April 11 at 9:30 AM in the upper hall.  Please read Mark 14:27- 72 and chapter 15 in preparation.

Weaselhead Presents!!! John Rutherford - Saturday April 16, 7:30 PM

NEXT Baptism Sunday is May 15th: If you have been seeking to be baptized, please be in contact with Rev. Jope and arrangements will be made to have this happen on this special day, (403) 242-5760.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: Every first and third MONDAY of the month (April 18), 7 – 9:30 PM. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Student Summer JOB opportunity – STEP Program – Community Engagement

LUC is starting an initiative to reach out to the community and seeks a summer college or university student to support this project and to provide office support for the Office Administrator. For further information, please call or email Jacqueline Roach, LUC Office Administrator, 403-242-5760 or lakeviewuc@telus.net

 

Garage Sale  2016  -  Saturday May 14, 2016 Donations are welcome any time! Items are being stored in the basement room behind the choir room. Please ensure that all donations are in good salable condition. Questions?    Janet 403-797-4075 or jmlayton@shaw.ca

Warming up to Worship, 9 AM Sundays Group Room: All are welcome to join this Scripture Discussion Group. We look at the readings for today's worship service and discuss how the ancient words might be speaking to us now, in the 21st Century. Then we go into worship, curious to hear what the minister has to say about it. Bring a coffee, and a Bible. Bob Gibennus, Licensed Lay Worship Leader - facilitator. Readings for Sunday April 17: Acts 9:36-43       Psalm 23              John 10:22-30

Condolences Wilf Godfrey passed away on Tuesday March 29th, 2016. He was 88 years old. A Celebration of Life service will be held at Lakeview United Church on Saturday May 28, 2016.

Please hold in your hearts and prayers the Mawdsley family. Elizabeth Mawdsley  passed away on April 4, 2016. Funeral Services will be held Saturday April 16, 1 PM, at Lakeview United Church.

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OBLIVION: Please join us for one of two performances Friday, April 15, 2016 at St. Stephen’s Anglican Church (1121-14 St. SW) - Saturday, April 16, 2016 7:30 pm - 1:00 pm; Knox Presbyterian Church (3704 – 37 St. SW) - Oblivion is a semi-autobiographical story that beautifully portrays the complexities surrounding faith and queer identity.  Paralyzed by his past, Tim stands at a crossroad where he must decide the future of this faith before it destroys him. Admission by donation.

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com                       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6     242.5760 fax.246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements April 3, 2016

April 3, 2016 - Hot Dog Sunday

The Coffee and Conversation Group will be getting together on Monday April 4th at 10am and we would like YOU to join us. Coffee and Conversation meets the first Monday of the month.

Do you enjoy after Worship “Coffee and Conversation” time? Please consider volunteering as a host. Sign-up sheets for April and May are on the bulletin board next to the library.

Join us Thursday April 7th for Cross Connections: we'll gather again at 11:30 am here at Lakeview United Church, for a short traditional worship, with communion, followed by a simple potluck and social time. office@andychurch.org 403-259-4080

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets April 11 at 9:30 AM in the upper hall.  Please read Mark 14:27- 72 and chapter 15 in preparation.

Weaselhead Presents!!! John Rutherford - Saturday April 16, 7:30 PM

NEXT Baptism Sunday is May 15th: If you have been seeking to be baptized, please be in contact with Rev. Jope and arrangements will be made to have this happen on this special day, (403) 242-5760.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: Every first and third MONDAY of the month (April 4 & 18), 7 – 9:30 PM. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Student Summer JOB opportunity – STEP Program – Community Engagement LUC is starting an initiative to reach out to the community and seeks a summer college or university student to support this project and to provide office support for the Office Administrator. For further information, please call or email Jacqueline Roach, LUC Office Administrator, 403-242-5760 or lakeviewuc@telus.net

Garage Sale  2016  -  Saturday May 14, 2016 Donations are welcome any time! Items are being stored in the basement room behind the choir room. Please ensure that all donations are in good salable condition. Questions?    Janet 403-797-4075 or jmlayton@shaw.ca

Condolences

Wilf Godfrey passed away on Tuesday March 29th, 2016. He was 88 years young. A Celebration of Life service will be held at Lakeview United Church on Saturday May 28, 2016.

Please hold in your hearts and prayers Greg Clarke and family. Christina Clarke, Greg’s wife passed away on Friday March 25th. She was 69 years young. Funeral Services will be held 2 PM, Friday April 8th at Lakeview United Church.

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#GiveLife – Canadian Blood Services Blood Drive @ MRU: There is an upcoming blood drive at First Church of the Nazarene, 65 Richard Way, on Tuesday, April 5th, from 9 AM to 1 PM.  Canadian Blood Services needs to fill another 85 appointments in order to meet hospital demands on this date.   We are asking donors to take the time to come out and support the upcoming blood drive.

 

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com                       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6     242.5760 fax.246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


2016 Summer Job Opportunity

Summer Job Opportunity

Job Title:                      STEP Student - Community Engagement

Congregation:            Lakeview United Church (LUC), 3023-63rd Avenue SW, Calgary

Hours:                           Full time summer position, 25-35 hours per week for 16 weeks from May to August 2016, including some evening and weekend work.

Position Summary:   LUC is starting an initiative to reach out to the community and seeks a summer student to support this project and to provide office support for the Office Administrator.  

Requirements:

§   An outgoing, engaging personality with patience, tact and excellent communication skills. 

§   Experience working with volunteers and organizing community events.

§   University or college student, studying Business, Marketing, Communication, Theology or related disciplines.  Must be eligible for employment under the STEP program.

§   Must be able to lift 20kg, and assist with movement of furniture and equipment.

§   Office and computer skills including MS Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Some web or social media expertise preferred.

§   Knowledge of the United Church of Canada or similar mainstream protestant denominations

 

Key eligibility requirements under STEP Program

§   Legally entitled to work and study in Canada.   International students and Temporary Foreign Workers are not eligible for STEP.

§   Current student, returning to a post-secondary institution to continue studying full-time in the fall in a Diploma, Degree or Certificate program.

§   Resides in Alberta with Alberta address

§   Available for full-time summer employment and participates in only one STEP position during the summer.

 

Terms:              Temporary summer position

 

To apply, please email your resume and a cover letter to lakeviewuc@telus.net, with subject line “STEP student”

For further information, please call or email Jacqueline Roach, LUC Office Administrator, 403-242-5760 or lakeviewuc@telus.net


Bulletin Announcements March 20, 2016

Palm Sunday – March 20, 2016

Calgary Affirming & Friends Gathering, Wednesday March 30th at Deer Park United Church 7 pm to 9 pm. If you are interested in attending please contact Daryl Sedor (403.241.1996) or Nancy Gillean (403.249.0505)

Do you enjoy after Worship “Coffee and Conversation” time? Please consider volunteering as a host. Sign-up sheets for March and April are on the bulletin board next to the library.

Warming up to Worship: We are taking a two week break. We are NOT meeting on Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday. We will resume meeting in the Group Meeting Room (Downstairs) at 9:00 on April 3, 2016. Bob Gibennus, Licensed Lay Worship Leader, will facilitate the discussions. The discussion readings for Sunday April 3 will be: Acts 5:27-32   Revelation 1:4-8           John 20:19-31

NEXT Baptism Sunday is May 15th: If you have been seeking to be baptized, please be in contact with Rev. Jope and arrangements will be made to have this happen on this special day, (403) 242-5760.

WEDNESDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY Start Time :  Wednesday March 23rd at 10:00AM Upper Hall We will be studying Samuel I & II this winter All you need is a Bible

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: Every first and third MONDAY of the month (March 21), 7 – 9:30 PM. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Join us Thursday April 7th for Cross Connections: we'll gather again at 11:30 am here at Lakeview United Church, for a short traditional worship, with communion, followed by a simple potluck and social time. office@andychurch.org 403-259-4080

Holy Week Schedule

  • March 24 Maundy Thursday, 6 pm: Mediterranean Feast (Seder Meal) (sign-up sheets in the Narthex)

  • Friday March 25: Good Friday Worship Service 10 am. Commencing at Lakeview United Church and proceeding to St. Laurence Anglican Church.

  • Sunday March 27: Easter Sunrise Service 8 am, meeting at the Weaselhead’s entrance. Easter Sunday Service 10 am.

 

SACRED CINEMA TONIGHT March 20th - the final one for this season. Come at 6:30 for coffee and dessert, the movie at 7:00. No charge, but donations welcome. This time it is "The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel", the sequel to "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel'. Sonny, the owner of a retirement hotel in India, pursues his dream of opening a second hotel.

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets next on Next meeting on March 28th at 9:30 AM in the upper hall. Please read Mark 12: 28-44 and chapters 13 and 14 in preparation.

Yes!  There will be a Garage Sale this year!  Mark your calendars for: Saturday, May 14,  9 AM – Noon Start spreading the word and cleaning out the closets and basement boxes!  Now that our refugee family is settled in we can use the back rooms downstairs to store donations.  Happy Sailing!

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com                       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6     242.5760 fax.246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements March 13, 2016

Sunday March 13, 2016. WELCOME Cantilon Children’s Choir

Do you enjoy after Worship “Coffee and Conversation” time? Please consider volunteering as a host. Sign-up sheets for March and April are on the bulletin board next to the library.

Warming up to Worship: We are taking a two week break. We are NOT meeting on Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday. We will resume meeting in the Group Meeting Room (Downstairs) at 9:00 on April 3, 2016. Bob Gibennus, Licensed Lay Worship Leader, will facilitate the discussions. The discussion readings for Sunday April 3 will be: Acts 5:27-32                  Revelation 1:4-8           John 20:19-31

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets next on Next meeting on March 14 at 9:30 AM in the upper hall. Please read Mark chapters 11 and 12 in preparation.

NEXT Baptism Sunday is May 15th: If you have been seeking to be baptized, please be in contact with Rev. Jope and arrangements will be made to have this happen on this special day, (403) 242-5760.

WEDNESDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY Start Time :  Wednesday March 16th at 10:00AM Upper Hall We will be studying Samuel I & II this winter All you need is a Bible.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: Every first and third MONDAY of the month (March 7 & 21), 7 – 9:30 PM. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Join us Thursday March 17th for Cross Connections: we'll gather again at 11:30 am here at Lakeview United Church, for a short traditional worship, with communion, followed by a simple potluck and social time. office@andychurch.org 403-259-4080

Holy Week Schedule

  • March 24 Maundy Thursday, 6 pm: Mediterranean Feast (Seder Meal) (sign-up sheets in the Narthex)

  • Sunday March 20: Palm Sunday Worship Service 10 am.

  • Friday March 25: Good Friday Worship Service 10 am. Commencing at Lakeview United Church and proceeding to St. Laurence Anglican Church.

  • Sunday March 27: Easter Sunrise Service 8 am, meeting at the Weaselhead’s entrance. Easter Sunday Service 10 am.

SACRED CINEMA March 20th - the final one for this season. Come at 6:30 for coffee and dessert, the movie at 7:00. No charge, but donations welcome. This time it is "The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel", the sequel to "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel'. Sonny, the owner of a retirement hotel in India, pursues his dream of opening a second hotel.

Yes!  There will be a Garage Sale this year!  Mark your calendars for: Saturday, May 14.  9:00 – 12:00 Start spreading the word and cleaning out the closets and basement boxes!  Now that our refugee family is settled in we can use the back rooms downstairs to store donations.  Happy Sailing!

 

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com                       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6     242.5760 fax.246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements March 6, 2016

Sunday March 6, 2016

LUC will be hosting the Cantilon Children’s Choir at next Sunday’s Service, March 13th. We look forward to hearing Vivaldi’s “Laudate” sung by their fresh voices. Please come and bring a friend!

WEDNESDAY’s Lenten Book Study, 1 – 2:30 PM: “Hard to Dance With the Devil On Your Back” is a Lenten study that looks at the transcendent struggle in the lives of believers. Sign-up sheets on the Narthex table. Book cost is $13 (including GST).

Warming up to Worship, 9 AM: We will meet in the Group Meeting Room (Downstairs) at 9:00 on Lenten Sundays. Bob Gibennus, Licensed Lay Worship Leader, will facilitate the discussions. The discussion readings for Sunday March 13 will be: Isaiah 43:16-21                  Philippians 3:4b-14           John 12:1-8

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets next on Next meeting on March 14 at 9:30 AM in the upper hall. Please read Mark chapters 11 and 12 in preparation.

WEDNESDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY Start Time :  Wednesday March 9th at 10:00AM Upper Hall We will be studying Samuel I & II this winter All you need is a Bible.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Images of Spirituality 27th Annual Ecumenical Women’s Gathering: April 8-10 2016 at Entheos Retreat Centre: Registration (double accommodation) $260 if $80 non-refundable registration received after March 15 2016.  Information & Registration: www.imagesofspirtuality.ca Email: info@imagesofspirtuality.ca Phone Margaret: 403-932-2069

The Coffee and Conversation Group will be getting together on Monday March 7th at 10am and we would like YOU to join us.

Healing Touch: Every first and third MONDAY of the month (March 7 & 21), 7 – 9:30 PM. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.

Holy Week Schedule

  • March 24 Maundy Thursday, 6 pm: Mediterranean Feast (Seder Meal) (sign-up sheets in the Narthex)

  • Sunday March 20: Palm Sunday Worship Service 10 am.

  • Friday March 25: Good Friday Worship Service 10 am. Commencing at Lakeview United Church and proceeding to St. Laurence Anglican Church.

  • Sunday March 27: Easter Sunrise Service 8 am, meeting at the Weaselhead’s entrance. Easter Sunday Service 10 am.

Yes!  There will be a Garage Sale this year!  Mark your calendars for: Saturday, May 14.  9:00 – 12:00 Start spreading the word and cleaning out the closets and basement boxes!  Now that our refugee family is settled in we can use the back rooms downstairs to store donations.  Happy Sailing!

United Church of Canada, ‘Chasing the Spirit’ Name Change Competition: Chasing the Spirit began as an initiative of the 42nd General Council, committing 10% of the church’s annual M&S givings to supporting new ministries, renewal, and new forms of ministry. Suggestions for names will be accepted until April 8, 2016. To contact Chasing the Spirit: Phone: 1.800.268.3781 x 4111Contest rules: http://chasingthespirit.ca/rules/ How to Submit a Name: http://chasingthespirit.ca/contest/

 

Seniors' Luncheon Fri, 18 March 12 to 3 PM at Lakeview Community Association Rink, 6110 34 ST, Calgary.  12pm at the LCA Main Hall (Transportation provided if needed). This Seniors’ Luncheon is $10 per person and is presented by the Lakeview Community Association. Please RSVP before March 11th, Audrey McKean --- 403-242-6875, See you there!

 

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com                       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6     242.5760 fax.246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements February 28, 2016

Sunday February 28, 2016

 WEDNESDAY’s Lenten Book Study, 1 – 2:30 PM: “Hard to Dance With the Devil On Your Back” is a Lenten study that looks at the transcendent struggle in the lives of believers. Sign-up sheets on the Narthex table. Book cost is $13 (including GST).

Warming up to Worship: Sunday mornings during the 2016 Lenten season. Come to the church early (9:00 am); bring your coffee and a Bible (any translation) and join in a discussion of the scripture readings that will be read during the worship service that day. We will meet in the Group Meeting Room (Downstairs) at 9:00 on Lenten Sundays. Bob Gibennus, Licensed Lay Worship Leader, will facilitate the discussions. The discussion readings for Sunday March 6 will be: Joshua 5:9-12   2 Corinthians 5:16-21      Luke 15:1-3,11b-32

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets next on March 7 at 9:30 AM in the upper hall.  Please read mark chapters 9 and 10 in preparation.

NEXT Baptism Sunday is May 15th: If you have been seeking to be baptized, please be in contact with Rev. Jope and arrangements will be made to have this happen on this special day, (403) 242-5760.

WEDNESDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY Start Time :  Wednesday March 2nd at 10:00AM Upper Hall We will be studying Samuel I & II this winter All you need is a Bible.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: Every first and third MONDAY of the month (March 7 & 21), 7 – 9:30 PM. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.   Join us Thursday March 4th for Cross Connections: we'll gather again at 11:30 am here at Lakeview United Church, for a short traditional worship, with communion, followed by a simple potluck and social time. office@andychurch.org 403-259-4080

Holy Week Schedule March 24 Maundy Thursday, 6 pm: Mediterranean Feast (Seder Meal) (sign-up sheets in the Narthex)

  • Sunday March 20: Palm Sunday Worship Service 10 am.

  • Friday March 25: Good Friday Worship Service 10 am. Commencing at Lakeview United Church and proceeding to St. Laurence Anglican Church.

  • Sunday March 27: Easter Sunrise Service 8 am, meeting at the Weaselhead’s entrance. Easter Sunday Service 10 am.

Enchor Chamber Choir, TODAY Sunday February 28, 3 pm: presents ‘I Carry Your Heart’ tickets adult $20/ senior & teen $15. St. Stephens Anglican Church, 1121-14th Ave SW. Please purchase your tickets early and save: icarryyourheart.eventbrite.ca

World Day of Prayer, Cuba 2016: Come and join us as we pray together for people around the world.  6 pm Friday March 4, ST. Stephen Protomartyr Ukrainian Catholic Church, 4903 -45 St SW Calgary

Images of Spirituality 27th Annual Ecumenical Women’s Gathering: April 8-10 2016 at Entheos Retreat Centre: Registration (double accommodation) $260 if $80 non-refundable registration received after March 15 2016.  Information & Registration: www.imagesofspirtuality.ca Email: info@imagesofspirtuality.ca Phone Margaret: 403-932-2069

 

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com                       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6     242.5760 fax.246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements February 14, 2016

Sunday February 14, 2016

Valentine’s Day – Cambodian Soup & Other Varieties of Soup

TODAY February 14, 11:15 am (after Worship Service): You are invited to a presentation on a Home Building Project in Cambodia, “Bracelets for Buildings”.  Roxie and Kent will be hosting a Cambodian inspired lunch after the presentation. We will have Cambodian Soup and other varieties of soup. Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BraceletsForBuildings

Our thanks - today’s soup makers: Roxie Evans, Jeanne Butterworth, Etta Campbell, Lorna Flack.

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17 - Lenten Book Study, 1 – 2:30 PM: “Hard to Dance With the Devil On Your Back” is a Lenten study that looks at the transcendent struggle in the lives of believers. Sign-up sheets on the Narthex table. Book cost is $13 (including GST).Warming up to Worship: Sunday mornings during the 2016 Lenten season. Come to the church early (9:00 am); bring your coffee and a Bible (any translation) and join in a discussion of the scripture readings that will be read during the worship service that day. We will meet in the Group Meeting Room (Downstairs) at 9:00 on Lenten Sundays, starting on Sunday February 14, 2016. Bob Gibennus, Licensed Lay Worship Leader, will facilitate the discussions. The discussion readings for Sunday February 21 will be: Genesis 15:1-12, 17-18; Philippians 3:17 - 4:1; Luke 13:31-35

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets next on February 22 at 9:30 AM in the upper hall.  Please read mark chapters 9 and 10 in preparation.

NEXT Baptism Sunday is May 15th: If you have been seeking to be baptized, please be in contact with Rev. Jope and arrangements will be made to have this happen on this special day, (403) 242-5760.

WEDNESDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY Start Time :  Wednesday February 17TH at 10:00AM Upper Hall We will be studying Samuel I & II this winter All you need is a Bible.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: Every first and third MONDAY of the month (February 22nd), 7 – 9:30 PM. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.   

Join us Thursday February 18th for Cross Connections: we'll gather again at 11:30 am here at Lakeview United Church, for a short traditional worship, with communion, followed by a simple potluck and social time. office@andychurch.org 403-259-4080

World Day of Prayer, Cuba 2016: Come and join us as we pray together for people around the world.  6 pm Friday March 4, ST. Stephen Protomartyr Ukrainian Catholic Church, 4903 -45 St SW Calgary

Syrian Refugee Family Information In order to keep everyone informed about OUR SYRIAN REFUGEE FAMILY a bulletin board has been set up in the Fellowship Hall. It will be updated as we progress toward their arrival. We expect a young couple, their 8 month old baby girl, and a grandmother. If you wish to be involved in this important ministry, please check this site and become engaged. New information will be added as we receive it.

For safety reasons there are 2 items we have purchased new for our Syrian baby: a PACK and PLAY CRIB ($98) and a convertible CAR SEAT ($164) for our volunteers to drive the family around the city. If you would like to donate either of these, you may write a cheque to the church and receive a tax slip. Mark it clearly "refugee item".

The Warden’s: Woodcliff United Church, 5010 Spruce Drive S.W. at South Entrance to Edworthy Park. Friday, February 26th 7pm, tickets $20.00 Available at Church Office. Funds Raised go to Habitat For Humanity. Campfire Supper Available 5:30 pm $10.00, Children 6-12 $5.00

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com                       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6     242.5760 fax.246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements February 7, 2016

Sunday February 7, 2016

Shrove Tuesday, February 9th, 5:30 pm: Pancake dinner at Lakeview United Church. If you would like to attend, sign-up sheets are in the Narthex. Thanks. Any questions?  Contact Nancy Gillean and/or Rev. Jope Langejans

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets next on February 8 at 9:30 AM in the upper hall. Please read mark chapters 9 and 10 in preparation.

February 14, 11:15 am (after Worship Service): You are invited to a presentation on a Home Building Project in Cambodia, “Bracelets for Buildings”.  Roxie and Kent will be hosting a Cambodian inspired lunch after the presentation. We will have Cambodian Soup and other varieties of soup. Find us on FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/BraceletsForBuildings

NEXT Baptism Sunday is May 15th: If you have been seeking to be baptized, please be in contact with Rev. Jope and arrangements will be made to have this happen on this special day, (403) 242-5760.

WEDNESDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY Start Time :  Wednesday February 3rd at 10:00AM Upper Hall We will be studying Samuel I & II this winter All you need is a Bible.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

Healing Touch: Every first and third MONDAY of the month (February 22nd), 7 – 9:30 PM. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.   

Join us Thursday February 18th for Cross Connections: we'll gather again at 11:30 am here at Lakeview United Church, for a short traditional worship, with communion, followed by a simple potluck and social time. office@andychurch.org 403-259-4080

Warming up to Worship: Sunday mornings during the 2016 Lenten season. Come to the church early (9:00 am); bring your coffee and a Bible (any translation) and join in a discussion of the scripture readings that will be read during the worship service that day. We will meet in the Group Meeting Room (Downstairs) at 9:00 on Lenten Sundays, starting on Sunday February 14, 2016. Bob Gibennus, Licensed Lay Worship Leader, will facilitate the discussions. The discussion readings for Sunday February 14 will be: DEUTERONOMY 26: 1-11 ROMANS 10: 8b-13 LUKE 4: 1-13

Syrian Refugee Family Information In order to keep everyone informed about OUR SYRIAN REFUGEE FAMILY a bulletin board has been set up in the Fellowship Hall. It will be updated as we progress toward their arrival. We expect a young couple, their 8 month old baby girl, and a grandmother. If you wish to be involved in this important ministry, please check this site and become engaged. New information will be added as we receive it.

For safety reasons there are 2 items we have purchased new for our Syrian baby: a PACK and PLAY CRIB ($98) and a convertible CAR SEAT ($164) for our volunteers to drive the family around the city. If you would like to donate either of these, you may write a cheque to the church and receive a tax slip. Mark it clearly "refugee item".

 

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com                       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6     242.5760 fax.246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements January 31, 2016

Sunday January 31, 2016

Shrove Tuesday, February 9th, 5:30 pm: Pancake dinner at Lakeview United Church. If you would like to attend, sign-up sheets are in the Narthex. Thanks. Any questions?  Contact Nancy Gillean and/or Rev. Jope Langejans

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets next on February 8 at 9:30 AM in the upper hall.  Please read mark chapters 9 and 10 in preparation.

After worship Service “Coffee & Conversation” is a wonderful time to be together. Please consider signing up as a Coffee Host.  Sign-up sheets are on the table in Narthex.

The Coffee and Conversation Group will be getting together on Monday February 01 at 10am and we would like YOU to join us.

The Lakeview United Church Annual Financial Meeting: will be held on January 31st after worship service. Please plan to attend.

February 14, 11:15 am (after Worship Service): You are invited to a presentation on a Home Building Project in Cambodia, “Bracelets for Buildings”.  Roxie and Kent will be hosting a Cambodian inspired lunch after the presentation. Find us on FaceBook:  https://www.facebook.com/BraceletsForBuildings

NEXT Baptism Sunday is May 15th: If you have been seeking to be baptized, please be in contact with Rev. Jope and arrangements will be made to have this happen on this special day, (403) 242-5760.

WEDNESDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY Start Time :  Wednesday February 3rd at 10:00AM Upper Hall We will be studying Samuel I & II this winter All you need is a Bible.

Would you like to join the Prayer Chain? If so, or if you would like to add a loved one to our private and confidential list contact Estelle Collins 403-251-5691 or Sue Spratt 403-242-7156. God hears our prayers.

CAMPBELL SOUP LABELS: We will no longer be accepting Campbell Soup labels.

Healing Touch: Every first and third MONDAY of the month (February 1st & February 22nd), 7 – 9:30 PM. To make an appointment or if you have any questions contact Bonnie and Lynda from St. Andrews United Church, at healingtouch@andychurch.org.   

Join us Thursday February 4th for Cross Connections: we'll we gather again at 11:30 am here at Lakeview United Church, for a short traditional worship, with communion, followed by a simple potluck and social time. office@andychurch.org 403-259-4080

In order to keep everyone informed about OUR SYRIAN REFUGEE FAMILY a bulletin board has been set up in the Fellowship Hall. It will be updated as we progress toward their arrival. We expect a young couple, their 8 month old baby girl, and a grandmother. If you wish to be involved in this important ministry, please check this site and become engaged. New information will be added as we receive it.

Warming up to Worship: Sunday mornings during the 2016 Lenten season. Come to the church early (9:00 am); bring your coffee and a Bible (any translation) and join in a discussion of the scripture readings that will be read during the worship service that day. We will meet in the Group Meeting Room (Downstairs) at 9:00 on Lenten Sundays, starting on Sunday February 14, 2016. Bob Gibennus, Licensed Lay Worship Leader, will facilitate the discussions.

 

Lakeview United Church Offering Christian worship, study, service & relationships that will open all ages to experience God’s life changing love. www.lakeviewunitedchurch.com                       lakeviewuc@telus.net 3023 63rd Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E 5J6     242.5760 fax.246.6077 Council Chair: Nancy Gillean 403.249.0505 Minister: Rev. Jope Langejans 403.831.2117 Office Administrator: Jacqueline Roach 403.242.5760 Choir Director: Marie Taylor Minister Emeritus: Rev. Gerry Scharff & Rev. John Moules


Bulletin Announcements January 24, 2016

Sunday January 24, 2016

After worship Service “Coffee & Conversation” is a wonderful time to be together. Please consider signing up as a Coffee Host.  Sign-up sheets are on the table in Narthex.

CONDOLENCES: Please hold in your hearts and prayers David Grant and family. Sylvia Grant passed away on January 7, 2015 at the age of 90 years young. Funeral services were held at Lakeview United Church, last Monday, January 18th.

The Lakeview United Church Annual Financial Meeting: will be held on January 31st after worship service. Please plan to attend.

MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets next on January 25 at 9:30 AM in the upper hall.  Please read Mark chapters 7 and 8 in preparation.

NEXT Baptism Sunday is May 15th: If you have been seeking to be baptized, please be in contact with Rev. Jope and arrangements will be made to have this happen on this special day, (403) 242-5760.

CAMPBELL SOUP LABELS: We will no longer be accepting Campbell Soup labels.

WEDNESDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY