Lectionary Bible Study: Every Wednesday, 7 pm, in the Friendship Centre (lower level; accessible by elevator). There are four readings suggested for each Sunday of the year--an Old Testament reading, a Psalm, a reading from the New Testament (other than the Gospels), and a Gospel reading (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John). And sometimes the person bringing the message (the "preacher") will add a reading from outside the Bible, too. In a small group setting, we read and discuss the readings for the coming Sunday--even the ones Rev. Martha isn't preaching on. So come and get a head start on Sunday!
World AIDS Day: Thursday, December 1, 7 pm; (with the AIDS Committee of Windsor); at the Art Gallery of Windsor. Join us as we remember those we have lost and resolve to continue the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Detroit Together Mens Chorus: By special arrangement, the Detroit Together Men's Chorus (DTMC) will present a concert of seasonal music on Saturday, December 10, 2011 at MCC Windsor (in Westminster United Church). The renowned men's chorus, under the artistic direction of Brian Londrow, is known for spirited and clever renditions of holiday music, as well as more traditional music. Mark your calendar now for this very special event! Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door and may be purchased at MCC Windsor events or by calling 519-977-6897.
Coming next year.....
Saturday, January 21; Concert by Shawn Thomas of Aaron's Rainbow Ministries! Join us for a concert of Christian music in celebration of our 24th anniversary! Shawn will be joining us for worship on Sunday afternoon as well--don't miss it!
Sunday, January 22: 24th anniversary celebration! A very special worship service with guest Shawn Thomas, special music by our choir, The Works in Progress, and much more!
Sunday, February 12: Relationship Sunday--join us in recognition of ALL relationships--family, partners, spouses, friends...
Wednesday, February 22: Ash Wednesday begins the Christian season of Lent, as we prepare for Good Friday and Easter Sunday. A special service welcomes this season and leads us to commit to the self-examination and reflection of Lent.