Sunday, May 31: It's Pentecost! As we conclude the Easter Season we celebrate what it means for all of us to be gifted with the Spirit and send "Out into the Street". We also honour how in the scripture story (Acts 2:1-21) all of the people who hear the apostles and other disciples preaching, understand them even though they all speak different languages (more on that in "Worship Notes"). We will celebrate communion virtually like we did on Easter Sunday so please have with you some bread and wine/juice, or if that isn't handy for you, another staple food and beverage to consume as part of the online celebration.
Sunday, June 1: The first Sunday in June is when the youth choir traditionally puts on a musical. We don't want to break with tradition, even in a lockdown, so we will be broadcasting a recording of last year's musical as well as revealing who the secret friends have been this past year. We plan to honour graduates as well so if there is someone in you family graduating from any level of education, please let James know (firstname.lastname@example.org).
You can find an at home "Discovery Time" with children here: Discovery Time and
Virtual Sunday School from 9:30 - 10:00 a.m. Songs. Stories. Discovery. For Zoom Link, Contact – Jeffrey Dale, Youth Ministries Coordinator email@example.com
In this challenging time, it is important that we look after each other. If you are able to pick up groceries and other supplies for those who are homebound, please contact the church. Equally, if you are in need of this support, call the church or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are in need of pastoral care or spiritual support, please contact Rev. James Ravenscroft. Call him at 647-705-2754 or you can reach him by email, email@example.com.
We are grateful for all those who are able to support the ongoing ministry of Richmond Hill United Church. If you would like to make a contribution, you can do so through CanadaHelps.org., etransfer to office@rhuc or mail a cheque to the church office. 10201 Yonge St., RH L4C 3B2
May we continue to keep each other and world in prayer, especially those who are most vulnerable, those who are grieving or struggling, and all of those on the frontline putting themselves and their families at risk to keep all of us safe. We will get through this together.
Meditation on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 - 7:15 PM through Zoom.
Pub Theology: On May 29 we will once again have a virtual Pub Theology via Zoom. We will come together at 7:30 PM to discuss faith, spirituality and life' big questions. Contact James (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the log-in details.
Forest Church (Ecological Spirituality Group): Meets on the 4th Sunday of each Month; Times and Locations vary - Call ahead for information Postponed.