Public Service Announcements
Calvary Church in Peterborough is hosting Alpha from Jan 14 to Apr 4. The course is an opportunity to explore the Christian faith. No question is too simple, too tough or too out there. Come and try it. Meetings are free to attend and will run from : 6:00-8:00pm. 705-876-1696
Alliston Christian Reformed Church is hosting their annual Ball Hockey Tournament on Saturday, Feb 25. Local youth groups are invited to participate with students Grade 9 and above. Cost is $50 a team and includes lunch. Everyone is guaranteed three games. Registration is at 8:45am and the tournament starts at 9am in the church parking lot, 28 Downey Avenue, Alliston. Proceeds support Alliston CRC youth group’s March Break Mission Trip.
Giant Clothing Swap!!!! Feb 25 at Timothy Christian School in Barrie. Cost is $20 with a bag of clothes or $25 without clothes and the swap will run from 9:30-12:30. Help Andrew and Jen Barrett with their adoption process to bring Joshua home from St Lucia. 705-291-0083
Jubilee Celebration Centre in Orillia is hosting a Prophetic and Freedom Night at the Orillia Highwayman Inn Feb 26 starting at 5:30pm. A love offering will be taken. firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Family Movie Night at Orillia Community Church Feb 26. Family Movie Night featuring the animated, new release "Trolls" showing on the big screen of the former downtown Orillia Cinema 4. There willl also be free popcorn. 6 pm (doors open at 5:30pm) 705.329.2139
As we prepare to journey through lent, Keswick Presbyterian Church would like to provide an opportunity for people and families in our community to gather together for a meal, meet new friends and to invite them on this journey with us Tuesday February 28. It's a Pancake Supper at 23449 Woodbine Ave in Keswick. The cost is $5 or $20 per family (kids under 3 free).
Unionville Women's Coffee Hour Feb 28 at Markham Missionary Church from 9:30 am to 11 am. Cost is $6 and Dr. Grant Gordon will give a presentation on the hymn Amazing Grace. Women of all ages are invited to attend. Mother/child area in main room. Building is accessible. 905-640-4325
GiefShare is being held in Alliston starting Mar 2. It's a 10 to 13 week program and the location will be given at time of registration. $20.00 for cost of workbook. 705-250-1035
Young Life Breakfast is being held Mar 2 to support teens in the community. The event is being held at Stouffville Creek Residence 40 Freel Lane in Stouffville, starting at 7:30. Cost is $20 and will inlcude guest speaker Lucas Cooper. www.birdeasepro.com/ylbreakfast
World Day of Prayer is taking place Mar 3 at Unity United Church in Vasey. The service is free to attend and begins at 2pm. People in more than 170 countries will gather together to learn about, pray, and celebrate with the women of The Phillipines through the World Day of Prayer service prepared by them. 705-534-4294
World Day Of Prayer Mar 3 at St.Mary's Church in Barrie is being hosted by the Catholic Women's League. this year country featured is awareness to the Phillipines and will run from 2pm to 3pm. 705-728-2985
World Day of Prayer Mar 3 at St John Chrysostom Church in Newmarket A service written by the Women of the Philippines in Worship, Pray and Song. Beverlyn Regalado-Basta who comes from Kalibo, Aklan in the Philippines, will offer a reflection on the them of this service.Please join us! Service starts at 7:30pm. email@example.com
St. Thomas Anglican Church in Bracebridge is taking part in the World Day of Prayer Service Mar 3 starting at 2pm. There is no cost and everyone is welcome. 705-645-3999
Churches in the Southlakes Region are coming together Mar 8 for the Annual Prayer Breakfast in Newmarket. The event is meant to be an intercession for leaders, 1st responders, business, community, unity in the church - as we celebrate Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour. Breakfast is being held at 200 Doug Duncan Drive. Tickets are $25 and runs from 7:30 - 09:00 AM. 647-722-4649
Newmarket Christian Women's Connection is holding Does That Really Happen Here? Mar 8 at Bethel Community CRC in Newmarket. Cost is $6.00 ($4.00 first time) and runs from 9-11 a.m. 905 895 - 9312
International Women's Day was established in 1909 and has become a yearly event that recognizes and celebrates the achievements, contributions, and resilience of women throughout the world. Annually on March 8, thousands of events are held throughout the world. In recognition of IWD, Women & Children's Shelter of Barrie will be holding two events to raise awareness and to raise vital funds to help women and children affected by abuse in our community. The Women & Children's Shelter of Barrie is hosting a flag raising and march to celebrate in partnership with the City of Barrie, and the Barrie Police on Wednesday March 8 from 4pm -5:30pm at Barrie City Hall The Women & Children's Shelter of Barrie will also be holding an week-long online silent auction via facebook, and an event on March 8th in recognition of IWD day. The silent auction is open to anyone. The online auction will start Wednesday March 1st at 12:00 pm and end on Wednesday March 9th at 12pm.
The Barrie Women’s Connection Luncheon, COPING WITH CHANGE, features an inspirational concert by Gord Heidman, and guest speaker is Joan Thiessen. It is Wednesday, March 8 at the Barrie Legion, 410 St. Vincent Street, from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm -Admission $15.00. Reservations please by Wednesday March 1 Call Jo-Anne 728-5063
Promise Keepers has 3 workshops coming to the area. Mar 9 at Alliston Alliance starting at 6:30pm, Mar 10 at Midland Alliance startign at 6:45pm and Mar 11 at Bethel Community Church - Barrie starting at 8:00am and will include breakfast. Bill Innes will be the guest speaker for all three events. https://www.promisekeepers.ca/workshops
March Break Kids Camp at Valley View Alliance Church in Newmarket Mar 13 to Mar 17. Make friends, have fun and learn how the people of Peru experience God's good gifts! $40 for first child / $20 for each addiitonal children in the same family. 289-264-6271
Collier Street United Church Invites You To Our UCW Spring MarketplaceSaturday March 18, 9:30 - 2:00 pm 112 Collier St. Barrie. Admission is FREE! Enjoy a hot or cold drink with a homemade muffin, tea bun, scone or date square at the Marketplace Cafe. Local Artisans and Vendors. Please come and wander through our stalls of jewelry, delicious treats, antiques, crafts, kitchenware, beauty products, knitting, face painting & tattoos, along with many others. collierunited.ca
Knox Presbyterian Church is hosting a Women's Conference Mar 25. Cost is $20.00 (includes coffee break & lunch). The event is titled "There is Hope" (In This World of Stress) Speaker: Rev. Jane Archer. 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. 705-435-5081
The Reformed Episcopal Church is endeavoring to plant a new Parish in the Owen Sound area. The public are invited to attend an informal question & answer presentation on Saturday, March 25th at the Owen Sound & North Grey Union Public Library in the Board Room from 10:00 am to 4:30 pm. The Ven. John Smith, Rev. Paul Luth and Lay Reader Allan Pearson shall be present to meet with and provide information, and answer your questions. The Reformed Episcopal Church is a Faithful Anglican Witness and is a full member of the Anglican Church in North America.
Healing & Prophetic Night at Jubilee Celebration Centre in Aurora Mar 31. There is no cost as they offer up prayers for the sick, Deliverance, Hope and Salvation. Service will begin at 7pm. 705-326-0522
Orillia Spring Shopaganza 2017 at Westmount United Church Apr 1. Annual spring trade show is free to attend and will run from 9-3. 705-326-9252
Peterborough Free Methodist Church Drama Troupe is hosting Cross Purposes Apr 2. It's a free show and is for people to hear and receive the message of salvation in the death and ressurection of Jesus Christ. Showtime is 6:30pm. 705-475-7585
Jews for Jesus is holding Christ in the Passover Apr 9 at Bethel Community Church in Barrie starting at 10:30am. You'll gain wonderful insights on how the pieces ofGod's plan of salvation fit together, and you'll remember this visual display of thePassover pageantry for years to come. Join us for Christ in the Passover from Egypt toCalvary to what it means for us today. 705-722-5221
Kawartha Youth for Christ and I am second are hosting un-covered 2017 May 5 and May 6 at Elim City Church in Peterborough. Most Christians know they should share their faith...most don't know how. Un-covered is a training event in Peterborough for you to learn how to pray for people, demonstrate the Kingdom of Heaven and proclaim the Gospel of Jesus! 6:30pm - (next day) 9:30pm 705-344-5456
Sesquicentennial Quilt Show & Sale at Westmount Congregation in Orillia June 2 and June 3. The Sanctuary at Westmount will come alive with a huge display of quilts, artfully showcased on the church pews. Admission is $6 and will run Friday 4-8 Saturday 9-4. 705-326-5568
There's a Kid's Closet Children's clothing Exchange every 2nd & 4th Saturday of the month
at St. Paul's Anglican Church, Keswick. 11am-Noon. (905 476-3491)
Elim City Church in Peterbroough is offering Celebrate Recovery. a Christian 12 step program and offers hope, freedom and recovery in areas of these hurts, hangups and habits. It is a free program, and they meet every Thursday at 7pm. 705 559-7466
Come to The Landing Thursdays at Newmarket Community Church in partnership with Celebrate Recovery. A weekly outreach program which aims to equip teens with the tools needed to overcome life's struggles. 3:45-5:30pm.(905-836-7251)
Barrie Healing Rooms is inviting all every Wednesday from 130-330pm to recieve healing and prayer. 80 Bradford Street. (705 431-8575)
Praise and Worship Songs will be presented by Vision of Love Ministry during the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 5th Saturdays of the Month, during the 5pm Mass at St.Aidan's Church Scarborough. (647-977-7403, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Join the Peas in a Pod Mom & Tots Group at First Baptist and Redeemer City Church in Orillia. $2 per month or $24 per year. 930am-11am.(705-326-3800)
Can't make it to church on Sunday morning? Join us for mid-week service! Bradford Community Church at 7pm on Thursdays. (email@example.com / Pastor Shane & Becky Fitch ,
905 775-9268 )
Omemee Christian Outreach Welcomes all to join them for dinner, praise and worship and enlightening speakers each Monday evening at Coronation Hall Omemee beginning at 6pm. Free. (Harry Peeters 705-799 -7335)
Come to the St. Giles Thrift Store at St. Giles Presbyterian Church Peterborough every 1st Saturday of the month, but will be held on the second Saturday for October and November, Oct 8 and Nov 12th.. maximum price per item is $2, many are less. 9am-noon. (705 742 1883 or contact Diana Houghton at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Come to the Community Free Supper at Dundalk Wesleyan Church, presented by Southgate Community Connection, every 3rd Monday Night of the Month. 530-730pm. (519-923-2374 or email@example.com )
There's a Free 5pm Supper and Worship Service at The Country Gospel Church in Dundalk on the last Sunday of every month. (519-923-3523)
The Chaverim Christian Youthband is in need of singers and musicians. Ages 11-18. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 705-721-9017
Come to Friday Night Singles Bible Study at Bethel Community Church Barrie. 7:15pm. (705-321-0863 ; Scott Pearson ; email@example.com)
Bethel Community Church is also hosting a "Caring Ear" support group for Folks living with Mental Illness every Wednesday. 6:30pm. (Contact Christopher Macinnis firstname.lastname@example.org)
Join Celebrate Recovery 12 step program at Klages Mill in Chesley every Monday. $2 supper every 2nd Monday of the month. 7-9pm. (519-363-5414 or 519-363-5709)
Speak French? You're invited to a French Evangelical Christian Assembly Service on Saturdays at 11am on the 2nd floor of Mapleview Community Church in Barrie. (email@example.com)
Come to the Encounter Center in Peterborough's Prayer room from 10am-2pm Tues-Fri. 191 Sherbrooke Street. Free. (705-874-5608)
The Bible for Missions Thrift Store in Barrie is now open at their new location on Big Bay Point Road and are looking for volunteers. If you have a few hours per week to help please contact them at 705-797-1587. Donations of lightly used clothing, household items and furniture are also welcomed.
Free Stuff for Daily Needs in Gravenhurst is fundraising to buy a 6 thousand dollar shipping container to hold and process donations of household items.
They assist over a thousand families in Muskoka/Parry Sound.
( crowdaroundmuskokaparrysound.ca. or 705-687-4309 )
The Canadian Cancer Society Holland River Unit is looking for volunteer drivers to take part in a program that drives York Region cancer patients from the hospital in Newmarket, to other medical facilities, for example, in Toronto. They serve not only Newmarket Cancer patients, but also those in Georgina, Bradford, East Gwillimbury, Aurora, Richmond Hill, and King. (905-830-0447 ext 3836)
The Salvation Army Food Bank in Huntsville is in need of the following items: healthy snacks for kid's lunches, cereal, peanut butter and jam. Donations can be dropped off at Salvation Army Family Services or Church on Mary Street. Open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am-12p, and 1-2:35pm. (705-789-3398)
BEREAVEMENT GROUP - Collier Street United Church in Orillia is offering support and hope in a group for adults who are grieving the death of a loved one. The program runs for 10-12 weeks, dates and times to be arranged, and it is free of charge. For more information, please contact Collier Street United Church at 705-726-1511.