Palm Sunday, Apr 13 - 10:30 am - Remembering Jesus' entry into Jerusalem; joyful music by the choir and handbells; Sunday School and Nursery for children;
Maundy Thursday, Apr 17 - 7:00 pm - Shared worship with Harcourt Memorial United in their chapel, 87 Dean Avenue (east off Edinburgh);
Good Friday, Apr 18 - 10:30 am - We gather with our questions: "Why are we here?"
Easter Day, April 20 - 10:30 am - A resurrection celebration and Communion; music offered by chancel choir and guest soloist, Daniel Cabena; children will make "resurrection glasses" and join the congregation for Communion. Little ones three and under may stay with family in the service; nursery will be open for use by parents as needed.
At several sessions in March held at Dublin United, Elaine Weir of Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health Unit presented information about the Bridges Out of Poverty program. In 2013 the Unit launched a new initiative aimed at tackling poverty in our community. There is no question that poverty is one of the critical determinants of poor health.
Recently, all our books, DVDs and CDs in the adult non-fiction collection were catalogued and are searchable on-line in a "cloud" database available at LibraryThing.com. We will be continuously updating the catalogue, particularly our Adult Fiction and children's collection. Funding for this cataloguing project was provided through the Norfolk Legacy Fund.