Sounds Choir Association (CSCA)
presents its 11th Annual Holiday Concert, featuring performances by Aurora
Women's Choir, Coastal Sounds Community Choir and a presentation of the 6th
Annual Christmas Cantata Project with massed choir and orchestra. With special
guests from the Association for New Canadians.
Saturday, December 15, 7pm at St. James United Church, St. John's.
Tickets $20 regular, $18 student/senior, children 12 and under free. Get yours
from a choir member, online at
www.coastalsounds.ca, visit us on
Facebook or leave a message at 709-770-6927. Donations for Bridges to Hope Food
Aid Centre appreciated. Please note all CSCA events are scent-free environments
GOSPEL CONCERT. THE GLENBROOK LODGE LADIES’ AUXILIARY
will hold its annual Christmas Gospel Concert on
Friday, November 30, at the SA St. John’s Citadel, Adams Avenue. The
concert begins at 7:30, with a Musical Prelude by the St. John’s Citadel Band
Ensemble at 7:00 p.m., and features the Wesley Male Choir, Coastal Sounds
Community Choir, and other vocalists and musicians. Tickets ($12.00) are
available at Glenbrook Lodge (752-8865), or by calling Bernice (368-1850), or
Glenys (739-6391), or will be available at the door.”
Sounds Community Choir
invites anyone who loves to sing to join them during the month of September!
Come along just for fun or sign up for the term. No audition required, just a
love of song and a willingness to learn.
Spirit High School in Manuels, CBS,
HEALTH’S PASTORAL CARE & ETHICS DEPARTMENT
invites people grieving the loss of a loved one to join an 8-week Bereavement
Information & Support Group beginning
September 20, 2018.
Sessions are held Thursday afternoons from 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. Location: Health
Sciences Centre. For more information, or to register, please contact the
Pastoral Care Office at 777-6959 or Scott Parsons at 777-7611.
WELL WITH ADVANCED CANCER.
living with cancer? Eastern Health invites you to attend an 8-week interactive
support group designed to help those living with advanced cancer to reconnect
with and sustain meaning in their lives. Offered in conjunction with the Dr. H.
Bliss Murphy Cancer Care Foundation and the Pastoral Care and Ethics Department
of Eastern Health. This program will start
October 3rd and will meet on Wednesday’s from 2-4 p.m. until November 21st
Botanical Garden Field Centre, 306 Mount Scio Road. For more information or to
register please contact Paul Grimes at 752-8798.
Your Used Furniture Could Change a Life.
Home Again Furniture Bank is a non-profit
organization that aims to end furniture poverty. We provide gently-used
furniture and household items to individuals and families referred by our
partner agencies. You can help to transform a life by donating your gently-used
furniture. Please connect with Home Again today. Home
Again currently has 158 households waiting for furniture. To meet this high
demand, we need more donations of furniture. Your support will mean that more
people throughout the region will receive the furniture they need to live with
comfort and dignity. For more information contact
www.homeagainfb.ca or phone (709)