Ministry

OUR MINISTRIES:

  • Sunday Worship
    Church School (Sunday)
  • Music ministry – Lead Singers and Special Music for Sunday Service
  • Bible Study
  • Pastoral Care
  • Support Wasaga Beach Ministerial Food Bank
  • Support 2nd Scouts Canada Troop of Wasaga Beach
  • “Congregational Life” (arranges church social/outreach functions)
  • “Creative Hands Group” (produces articles for missions at home and abroad)
  • “Another Leaf” (a “drop-in” facility for people in the community who feel isolated or just need a cup of coffee & conversation)

 OUR VISION STATEMENT:

“We will care and share by:

  • offering our building free of charge to non-profit community groups that build relationships
  • encouraging contributions to the Wasaga Beach Ministerial Food Bank
  • offering, whenever able, to provide meals to those less fortunate than ourselves, including those in our church family who are ill
  • sending cards, telephoning/visiting those of us who are ill
  • providing transportation to and from church, or other appointments for those in our church family who are incapacitated”

 

CURRENT MINISTRY & MISSIONARY ACTIVITIES 

 

CHURCH SCHOOL   

Welcome to the Wasaga Beach Presbyterian Church School…a place where children are introduced to the Lord Jesus Christ and nurtured in their relationship with Him. Our children are invited to worship with us for approximately the first 15 minutes of the church service at which time they are invited to join other children in a time of discipleship, learning the things of God through play, story, craft, song, games, etc…Throughout the year the children also experience special events surrounding Communion, Christmas, Easter, etc. Nursery Care is available for infants. 

Note: For more information on our Church School activities, please refer to our CONTACT page and talk to: Marilyn Schneider via the telephone listed, Church telephone, or e-mail

P.A. DAY PARTIES P.A. Days are especially fun at Wasaga Beach Presbyterian Church. Children from Kindergarten to Grade 5 are welcome to join us on your school P.A. day (public school) for a PARTY!! It’s a full day of games, crafts, bible stories, singing, and laughter that focuses on our AMAZING GOD!! 8:45 a.m. – 3:15 p.m. The young people are asked to bring their own bag lunch. Delicious snacks are provided! Bring your friends. Free registration can be arranged by contacting the church office. 

Note: For more information on our P.A. Day activities, please refer to our CONTACT page and talk to: Heather Doner via the telephone listed, Church telephone or e-mail.

MUSIC MINISTRY

We are a congregation who enjoys music, and have many talented members and adherents who take part in the worship service as song leaders, and often share their musical gifts. We invite and encourage others to share their gift of music with us during our Sunday Morning service.  Please contact Ruth Currie, Music Director or Alex Boyter, Lead Singers Coordinator, or Sylvia McLeod (Special Music) if you have any inquiries regarding this ministry – please see CONTACT page. 

 

 
CREATIVE HANDS GROUP

This group meets at the Church every Wednesday from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM . Currently these creative and busy hands are making various articles such as; “PneumoniaVests”  destined for India; “Sleeping Mats” (made from plastic milk bags) going to third world countries; “Chemo Caps” and “Prayer Shawls” are distributed locally to those in need (some have already been provided to members of our own congregation). For more information please refer to our NEWS, PHOTO GALLERY and CONTACT pages.  

 
STAMPS FOR LEPROSY MISSION  
 
Many friends of The Leprosy Mission Canada help by sending them their trimmed, used postage stamps. These stamps are then repackaged into 25 lb. bags and sold to stamp dealers. The money raised from stamp sales is used to supply medicine, care and rehabilitation to people suffering from leprosy.
Please note that stamp dealers;
Are interested in the special commemorative issues of Canadian/
American postage stamps (but are not interested in regular flag stamps)
  • Welcome all foreign stamps
  • Prefer stamps to be trimmed, leaving a 1/4 inch to 1/2 inch paper border, being careful not to damage the perforation
Our member, Norma Gray, has placed a receptacle on the table at the back of the sanctuary (in front of the sound-system booth) to collect your stamps as described above. Please support Norma in this mission.
 

Note: This page is current as at January 8, 2016