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NW February 2017 Newsletter
Posted February 15, 2017

NW Presbytery Newsletter – February 2017 Available online HERE! Print version available HERE! NW Newsletter February 2017 Print

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Financial Handbook for Congregations
Posted February 13, 2017

This handbook includes resources and information for church leaders and treasurers on a variety of current financial and legal issues, with updated information on audits, charitable status, internet banking, payroll, amalgamations.

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February Newsletter
Posted February 09, 2017

Check out the latest edition of the Living Waters Newsletter.

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Community Vigils in response to Quebec shooting
Posted February 02, 2017

Communities of faith are continuing to come together in prayer and solidarity in response to the shooting at the Centre Culturel Islamique de Québec.

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We do not quit – A resolve to choose to love and find hope
Posted January 30, 2017

A number of years ago, our family made the acquaintance of an older gentleman, swimming his way from the beach, to the island, at Lake of Two Rivers in Algonquin Park.

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Preparing Your Annual Presbytery Report?
Posted January 30, 2017

Find a list of Highlights and Minutes to help prepare your annual reports.

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The Skiffle Band
Posted January 11, 2017

In July of 1957. St Peters Church held a garden fete.

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Youth Events in 2017
Posted January 09, 2017

Confirmation Retreat, Feb. 10 – 12, 2017
Spring Retreat April 21-23, 2017

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NW January 2017 Newsletter
Posted January 09, 2017

January Newsletter is available.

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JGI – Toronto Plans Budget Cuts
Posted January 06, 2017

Toronto City Council is debating a budget for the coming year which will cut services to the poor.

We can’t let this happen.

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