Central Queens United Church

Announcements

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Now SOCIAL MEDIA
Central Queens United is on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.
Now DONATIONS
Wondering how to donate to Central Queens United? Visit the donation page which list several methods of donating to our church. We are now able to accept donations via e-transfer.
Now MASKS
Masks are recommended for in-church services but are not required.
Now SUNDAY WORSHIP CANCELLATIONS
In the event of inclement weather, an announcement of our service cancellation will be made by radio on Ocean 100 by 9 a.m. It will also be posted on our website and Facebook page.
Now CENTRAL QUEENS EMMAUS WALKERS
The Central Queens Emmaus Walkers are paused until after Christmas.
Now MITTEN TREE
The mitten tree has been set up again this year at the back of the sanctuary. Let's cover the tree with lots of mittens, scarves, and hats! These items will then be distributed to schools. The tree will be up until Christmas Eve. Help us fill our mitten tree to overflowing!
Now CHRISTMAS TREES
Are you ready to put up your Christmas tree? Contact David Butterworth. The cost of the Christmas trees is by donation and all funds will be donated to our church. David is located at 11 Wilson-Butterworth Lane, Wheatley River. Phone: 782-377-4203.
Now PUZZLE EXCHANGE
In the church foyer there is a cart with lots of jigsaw puzzles. Help yourself to a puzzle or bring one for someone to do. Making puzzles is a wonderful winter activity.
November 27 WORSHIP SERVICE Advent 1
A video of this service is available on our Facebook page and YouTube channel.
December 4 WORSHIP SERVICE Advent 2
Service is at 10:30 a.m. There will be in-person worship in the church. Masks are recommended. The service will also be live-streamed on our Facebook page.
December 11 FUNDSCRIP
The next order date will be Sunday, December 11th. This will be the last order date for 2022. You can reach Janet Howes by email (jhowes1969@gmail.com) or by phone or text (902-393-1527). E-transfers accepted.
December 15 ROSEWOOD SERVICE
Rosewood Service will be held on December 15th, at 6:30 p.m. Greg and the Elders will be leading the service.
December 18 CHRISTMAS CAROL CONCERT
A Christmas Concert on Sunday, December 18th, featuring the Central Queens Musical Friends and guest performers. This musical program will provide folks with nostalgic carols as well as a variety of seasonal music from past to present. Come, relax, and escape the hustle and bustle and enjoy the reason for the season. Concert starts at 7:00 p.m. with a free will offering as the price to attend this evening of celebration.
December 24 CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE
Inter-generational Christmas Eve Service on December 24th at 6:00 p.m. Holy Communion will be served. There will be in-person worship in the church. Masks are recommended. The service will also be live-streamed on our Facebook page.
December 25 WORSHIP SERVICE Christmas Day
Service is at 10:30 a.m. There will be in-person worship in the church. Masks are recommended. The service will also be live-streamed on our Facebook page.
January 11 ANNUAL MEETING REPORTS
Deadline for reports is Wednesday, January 11th. Please email them to office@cquc.ca. Thank you.
January 19 OFFICIAL BOARD MEETING
Official Board Meeting will be held on Thursday, January 19th, at 7:15 p.m.
January 29 ANNUAL MEETING
Our Annual Meeting will be held on Sunday, January 29th, after the worship service.
Now WEEKLY BULLETINS
Weekly bulletins can be sponsored by you in celebration or remembrance of a loved one. There is a signup sheet on the table at the back of the sanctuary. Cost is $20.00.
Now BULLETIN
Please have any items for the church bulletin to the church office by Wednesday evening. Bulletin items can be emailed to office@cquc.ca.
Now SCENT-FREE
Recognizing that some of our church attendees have sensitivity and/or allergic reactions to various fragrant products, we ask that you not use scented products. Personal fragrant products (fragrances, colognes, lotions, powders, hair products, and other similar products) that are perceptible to others should not be worn. Thank you for your cooperation so that everyone can attend our church. "No scents makes good sense."
Now POP CAN PULL TABS
George Mason collects pop can pull tabs for charity. Once he has filled a bottle or box with these tabs, he delivers them to a member of the Daughters of the Nile women's organization. The Daughters of the Nile sell them to a Halifax dealer, and the funds then go to the Shriners Hospital in Montreal where they are used to buy reading materials for the children in the hospital. Your can tab collections can be dropped off at the church.

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