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Pastoral Epistle-June 8, 2022

Posted on: June 10th, 2022 by St. Bede Anglican Church

Beloved congregation,Greetings in Jesus!“You have granted me life and favour, and Your care has preserved my spirit.”  ‭‭Job‬ ‭10:12
We are thankful for every blessing we have received.  We acknowledge that every good thing we have is from God who has granted us life and favour.  
We are thankful for the privilege of worshiping more freely last Sunday onwards as we have entered the Green Stage.  It is now optional to wear a mask.  
This Sunday is Trinity Sunday.  We earnestly seek God’s favour and the experience of the Holy Spirit.  The Lord who has sustained our church for ninety eight years will continue to pour his spirit on us. If possible please come in fasting this Sunday.  We’ll spend some time waiting in God’s presence and break our fast together after service.  
This Wednesday, (today) June 8, 2022 please join our Bible Study st 7.30 pm on Zoom.  You can use our regular Sunday Zoom link.  We’ll continue our study on the Gospel of John.  Deeply appreciate those who have been attending faithfully.  
News from Anglican Cricket Community FestivalJune 25th   Brampton Cricket Grounds Creditview Sandalwood – We still plan to play some cricket with the churches that send a team, plus other activities such as Frizzby- Badminton, softball-
the field will be ours for the day and we ask that all families bring their own food for a picnic.

Here are the details to send your tithes and offerings.
E-transfer your Contributions to : cw-stbede@toronto.anglican.ca
You can also contribute at: https://www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/st-bedes-church

Birthdays this week :
Sarah Dharmarajah    Jun 8
Neelkumar Lamech    Jun 8  
Kirubakaran Anderson    Jun 8
Rev.Irwin Sikha Jun 9

Yogendra Yogasundaram Jun 10

Zoom details for Bible Study and Sunday services :
Meeting ID: 977 5396 5288  
Passcode: 749549 
YouTube Stream links:  https://youtu.be/G1DeardrpCw or http://stbedesanglican.ca/worship-videos/

Please remember all volunteers and leaders in your prayers.  Please remember those in pain and sickness who need our prayers.  
May our Lord enable us to experience the Pentecost and continue in it. 
Regards and blessings,

The Rev’d  Dr. Irwin Sikha

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