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Worship
 
There will be no worship services at St. Andrew’s in July and we are invited to worship with the Westview congregation.
 
Please check out other opportunities for worship, learning and service on this website and come join the community.
EVENTS CALENDAR
 
 
July 31-August 4
Place: St. Andrew’s United Church
Time: 9:00 – 3:30
Cost: $30.00 per child/week
 Please R.S.V.P by calling 306-783-4157 or register on the website – 

Click here for the poster and registration form

 
 
NEWS
 
 

Office Hours for July

July 12 & 13 and July 19 & 20
9:00 – 3:00
 
Worship
There will be no worship services at St. Andrew’s in July and we are invited to worship with the Westview congregation.
 
Financial Note

We received a note from Kathryn Hofley (Financial Development Officer, United Church of Canada). She writes “St. Andrew’s UC is one of a few whose congregational giving for local purposes increased – in St. Andrew’s case by 17.9% – between 2013 and 2015.” Thanks to all those who generously support the ministry and mission of this congregation!

 
Vacation Bible School Sponsorship and help
Would you like to sponsor a child for camp from St. Andrew’s? If so, please let the office know.
 

We are looking for volunteers to help with snacks, helpers and billets for VBS. If interested, please sign up on the sheet at the back of the Sanctuary.

Fall Newsletter
If you have anything you would like to add into the fall newsletter about special events or something your interest group is up to, please submit to Jen by August 16.
 
Church Cleaning

Are you interested in helping the church with cleaning? If so please let the office know.  Volunteer lists will be made again in August.

 
Evening Peace Café

“Dirty Work” video… Part of this year’s film festival:    Around the world millions of children are forced to do dangerous, illegal work for unscrupulous employers.  It’s ‘dirty work’ and so is the task of getting those kids out, but in India, one movement is committed to fighting corruption and complacency to save some of India’s children.  A CBC news team joins a group of activists on a child labour raid.  Yorkton’s own Tracy Seeley was producer of the film.

This 30 minute video will be shown at the Yorkton Public Library on Tuesday, June 6th started at 7:00 p.m. Evening Peace Café will show videos on occasion throughout the year on a topic related to some aspect of peace.
 

FOOD SHELF

Currently we are making soup for people in need. With the soup that we are making, all they have to do is add water. We are looking for people who would like to donate money for the ingredients for the soup. Donations of money or food can be made at the office.