SCHEDULE OF SERVICES @ 9:45 a.m.:
Sunday, May 6th Kevin Fitzpatrick
Sunday, May 13th Kevin Fitzpatrick Mother’s Day Brunch (Monthly Luncheon)
Sunday, May 20th Rev. Dr. Carol Kilby
Sunday, May 27th Rev. Dr. Carol Kilby
MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH:
The men of the church will provide a brunch in celebration of Mother’s Day. Also, it’s an
opportunity to recognize all the work, time, and talents that our ladies contribute to our
church. The brunch will follow the service on Sunday, May 13th.
The Spring Rally will be held in Woodville on Thursday, May 17th from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Speaker: Catherine Blackhall, Open Roads Life Coaching
Brandon Painting is scheduled to complete our bell tower this spring. The tower will not
be painted. Rather, it is going to have aluminum siding installed.
IT’S BEEN SAID:
All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking
excellence. – Martin Luther King Jr.
A mother's love for her child is like nothing else in the world - Agatha Christie
Pentecost is the birthday of the Christian faith.
She is now no more? Nay, I boldly say she lives — lives in the hearts of her subjects; lives in the pages of
history. And as the ages revolve, as her pure profile stands more marked against the horizon of time, the
verdict of posterity will ratify the judgment of those who were her subjects. She ennobled mankind; she
exalted royalty; the world is better for her life. Sir, the Queen is no more; let us with one heart say, Long
live the King! - Sir Wilfred Laurier, Former Prime Minister of Canada
Lyme Disease Awareness Month
Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month
DID YOU KNOW?
In France, it is customary to give a sweet smelling flower called the spring of lily of the valley (a symbol
of springtime) on May 1st. The tradition started in 1561 when King Charles IX of France received a lily of
the valley as a lucky charm.
Ascension is the 40th day after Easter, celebrated on the sixth Sunday of the Easter season in Protestant
An ancient custom in England, called the Beating of the Bounds, is often performed on or near
Red is the color of Pentecost. The color comes from the flame that scripture says appeared above the
heads of each of the disciples (Acts 2:3).
Victoria Day was originally declared a celebration in 1854, making it Canada's oldest state holiday
Theologically, the Trinity is a common thread amongst most Christian faiths. Trinity Sunday falls on the
Sunday following Pentecost. The Trinity does not explicitly appear in the Bible.
Arsenic, lead and tar are just three of the 7,000 chemicals that are found in tobacco smoke.
Tuesday, May 1: May Day
Tuesday, May 1: International Workers’ Day
Saturday, May 5: Pitch-In Day 10:00 a.m.- 11:00 a.m. Meet at Kinmount Railway
Station. Prizes & Refreshments. Community hours for students.
Saturday, May 5: Girl Guide Cookie Sale 12:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Main Street.
Thursday, May 10: Ascension
Sunday, May 13: Mother’s Day
Saturday, May 19: Friends of the Library Book Sale 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. lower level of
Saturday, May 19 Kinmount Farmers Market begins season. Every Saturday, 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Austin Sawmill Heritage Park till Thanksgiving
Saturday, May 19: Kinmount Model Railway & Museum opens for season at Railway
Saturday, May 19: Fill a Truck for Diabetes - Scrap Metal, Bottle Drive, E-Waste,
Clothing, Household Items, Toys 8 am to 2 pm at Kinmount Fairgrounds
Sunday, May 20: Pentecost
Monday, May 21: Victoria Day
Thursday, May 31: World No Tobacco Day