Sat. Feb. 24 – “Coldest Night of the Year” –
On Saturday February 24th Streetsville participated in The Coldest Night of the Year walk for the 6th straight year. We fielded a team of 15 walkers and raised over $3300! Proceeds were used to support The Dam in Mississauga, a Christian organization that Develops Assists and Mentors at-risk youth in our community. The team was pleased that the weather was moderate and a good time was had by all! Thanks to everyone for their support of this important event to give troubled youth a helping hand.
Harvest of Crafts Sale 2017 Success and Thanks!
I would just like to report briefly on the success of our October 28th UCW sponsored Harvest of Crafts Sale.
Despite a bit of a wet day, I would like to let you all know what a wonderful day we had with many thanks going to so many people from our UCW and our congregation for all the help they provided to make our Sale such a success!
We want to thank all of our Community Craft Vendors too for participating! We had several new Vendors this year and from all reports everyone was pleased with their day.
There was such a positive atmosphere all around the building with friends greeting friends, shopping in our UCW Craft Rooms, with our Vendors, in the Country Kitchen, Attic Treasures and Books as well as enjoying refreshments in our All Day Cafe.
We want to thank all those who came to our Sale too and helped us raise nearly $9,000.00! These funds help to support our church as well as a number of important local and international charities.
Thank you everyone so much!
We have just had our post Sale Evaluation and I am happy to invite you to set aside Saturday, October 27th, 2018 for next year’s Harvest of Crafts Sale!
Chair of Harvest of Crafts Sale
We extend our love and sympathy to the family of Peter Judd who passed away on Saturday November 4 at the age of 53. As part of our church family, our condolences go out to his wife Teresa and their sons Brock and Pierson.
Visitation and a Celebration of Life will take place at Streetsville United Church on Friday November 10, 2017. Visitation 12:30 – 1:45 pm and Service at 2:00 pm followed by a reception in the auditorium.
For more information, please go to the funeral home website https://mountpleasantgroup.permavita.com/site/PeterArmstrongJudd.html
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the charity of your choice are appreciated or to Judd Children’s Trust Fund https://www.gofundme.com/judd-childrens-trust-fund
A random act of kindness
Chase the Chill 2018
Members of SUC and their friends have generously supported Chase the Chill for the past 2 winters and the plan is to continue this outreach project in January 2018. Scarves will be hung in suitable areas along Queen Street so that anyone who needs or likes a scarf will be welcome to take one free of charge and wrap themselves up in it!
Yarn is available for knitting or crocheting a scarf 6” to 8” in width and approximately 48” in length. Completed projects can be return to Streetsville United any time before January 24!
There are many creative ways to provide outreach into the community and to that end other opportunities will be considered in 2018.
1st Streetsville Venturers will be selling 20” Christmas wreaths on Nov. 26 and Dec. 3 at coffee hour. For more information or to pre-order please contact Scouter Lorraine at 905-826-3761. Get yours and support the Scouts!
We Care Kits
As its fall Outreach project, our church is supporting the We Care kits program run by Canadian Lutheran World Relief. Our program runs from November 5th to 26th.
Details of the We Care kits that we recommend are in a handout at church on Sunday Nov. 5 & 12 and kit bags are available in the Narthex.
We hope as many of you as possible will participate.
Click here for We Care Kits recommendations
The autumn newsletter has been emailed to the congregation. Have a look to catch up on all the news around the church!
Fall Tidings 2017
Streetsville United Church is very pleased to announce the arrival of our new Youth Ministry Leader!
Jeremy Hennessy began this new position with us on May 1, 2017. He holds a BA in Theology from Tynedale University College in Toronto and is excited about beginning his ministry with our SUC Youth.
We welcome both Jeremy and his wife Katie to our church family and look forward to a renewed and invigorated Youth Ministry. Initially, he will be focusing on our High School Youth Group, although he will occasionally be including our Junior Youth.
We ask God’s blessing on Jeremy’s ministry with our youth and our whole church family.
Pathway Non-Profit Community Developments, a sustainable, affordable housing initiative of Streetsville United Church, Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga, and Solel Congregation, has recently been recognized by the Mississauga and Peel communities:
- Pathway was proud to receive Peel’s Organization Hero Award for its continuous effort in support of crime prevention and community service. The award acknowledges one outstanding local community service organization, civic organization or service club that supports crime prevention initiatives through fundraising, volunteering, or as ambassadors for the purpose of reducing or preventing crime and improving the quality of life for students, communities or seniors.
- Pathway also received a Certificate of Congratulations from Heritage Mississauga for participating in the Reel Youth Project. Reel Youth is a not-for-profit, media empowerment project supporting youth, adults and organizations to create and distribute engaging films about the issues they care about most.
Emergency Food Cupboard Assistance Program
November 22, 2015 Update:
In October our church helped 14 people.
This week we are completely out of: men’s aftershave, men’s deodorant, hot chocolate. We also need: shampoo, spaghetti, spaghetti sauce, canned pasta, beef stew, peas, soup and cereal.
Please no expired items. Your HELP is needed and appreciated.
We make up cleaning supply & personal care kits and these are available to the clients every 2nd visit.
We appreciate your donations in helping the less fortunate and those who are unemployed, physically & mentally disabled and addicted. We cannot run this outreach without the help of our church family as we depend on YOU to keep the cupboards well stocked. Therefore, when doing your weekly grocery shopping please pick up a few of the items on our weekly bulletin list of needed items.
Thank you for supporting this hands-on OUTREACH to the community.