This week we welcome Pastor Brian Morris, recently retired from serving at the Aylmer EMC, as he brings a Thanksgiving message from Colossians 3:12-17
We give thanks to the Lord for His faithfulness to us as a church family!. It is a joy and delight to recognize the mutual care that is being extended, the growing desire to serve others (locally and globally), the deepening hunger for the truth of God, and the yearning for the Return of Jesus Our Lord. The Lord continues to fuel the unique Kingdom contribution of the SEMC to our area through the faithful tithes, offerings, generous donations (e-transfer to: firstname.lastname@example.org) and participation of people near and far. May we likewise be faithful in our stewardship of His resources so that men and women, boys and girls would find salvation in the name of Jesus Christ! May the Lord bless you and your home this Thanksgiving weekend!
Chopping, baking, packaging meals, organizing bags for delivery routes, cleaning the kitchen, or doing deliveries on Mondays between 1pm and 3:30pm – there’s a spot for almost everyone! Shifts are usually for about 4 hours during work days between 10am and 2pm. You can schedule yourself weekly, bi-weekly or as a back-up…. whatever fits your schedule. If you’re interested in helping to provide meals for the elderly and most vulnerable in our community, email our volunteer coordinator at: email@example.com
October 21, 2023 Together we can make a difference in someone’s life
NeighbourLink Sarnia Lambton would like to invite you to join with them in helping our neighbours in need within the Sarnia Lambton community by participating in the Helping Hands Walk-a-thon.
It is a family-friendly 2, 5 or 10 km walk to raise funds for Neighbourlink to help fulfill the requested needs in our community.
The Sarnia WALK begins and ends at Sarnia Christian School (1273 Exmouth St)