OASIS Program for Seniors – Bowling Green Apartments Our speaker, Kingston’s first female mayor Helen Cooper, will inform us of a unique program for Seniors. A major complaint of the residents in rental apartments or condos is loneliness, despite the proximity of other tenants. Attention to the needs of older Canadians is a community responsibility. […]
Category: Fellowship Breakfasts
Online, beginning at 8:30 a.m.: Rev. Tyler Powell, a few years ago, left congregational ministry to enroll in the Canadian Armed Forces as a military chaplain for the United Church of Canada. He completed his training in Edmonton and then served with the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI), one of our famous regiments. He […]
Virtual Fellowship Breakfast 28th February 2021 @ 8:30 a.m. We welcome the Rev. Adele Halliday, United Church of Canada’s Minister of Diversity, Anti-Racism and Justice. Rev. Adele’s presentation will focus on what it means to become an anti-racist denomination. The United Church of Canada recently made a commitment to becoming an anti-racist denomination. Where did […]
Our first 2021 Fellowship Breakfast event on Sunday morning, 24 January, beginning at 8:15, will skip breakfast and go right to the program, lessons in protecting yourself from fraud: at the door, on the telephone, or via your computer. Rotary across Canada has offered seminars for seniors from this “pandemic” and the Rotary Club of […]
Online Service of Remembrance was conducted by Rev. Michelle Down, with a presentation by Paul Van Nest, showing many slides accompanying his talk which focused on the RCAF Bomber Command and his cousin’s service as a rear gunner. He died the night of 6-7 Oct 1944, and Paul shared a picture of the family and […]
For our last Fellowship Breakfast of 2018-2019, we invited Wayne and Jean to reminisce on their ministries as they headed into retirement a week later. Clearly, it was a full house! Below are some pictures of the event.
26 Jan: “The Mess” by Sandi Dodds. Our guest speaker will be Sandi Dodds, Executive Director of the Mess Studio. The Mess studio is a diverse and inclusive community where anyone with an interest in art and a healthy community can come, connect and create. At the heart the studio are people struggling with physical/mental […]
24 Nov: “Singing the Slammer” by Chris Brown. His topic is the positive impact of music on prisoners. At the core is the recordings of group performances made by Chris, the volunteer leader of the sing-along sessions. Prison participation is expanding, as is Chris’s music recording business. Host: Tony Baker.
27 Oct: “God Talk on Campus” by Kate Johnson, Queen’s Chaplain. Queen’s students have a myriad of supports available to them, from a faith perspective. And of course, with such a strong multicultural representation in the student body, a myriad of faiths are also supported by the Queen’s Chaplain. Host: Glenn Owen.