If you come troubled, may you ﬁnd peace; if lonely, may you ﬁnd friendship; if in doubt, may you ﬁnd faith; if happy, share your joy with others. We welcome all persons who seek to live in faith, regardless of age, gender, racial or ethnic background, sexual orientation, differently-abled condition, economic or cultural background; and we afﬁrm that they are full participants in the life, work membership and leadership of this church.
Young’s Spring Fundraiser: We once again return to the golden age of radio when Interesting
Theatre presents the world première of… And Then Are Heard No More: An Elleston Liddell Radio
Mystery by Tim Higgins. Performances are in the Sanctuary at 7:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday,
March 6 and 7. Tickets are only $20 and will include tea, coffee, and delicious home made pie. A
fun and filling way to support the work of the church!
Book Club: Next book club meeting will be on March 13 at Linda Hiebert’s home.
The book is Palace Walk by Naguib Mahfouz.
Finger Food Potluck: Sunday, 15 March after the service.
Beginning in March, monthly potlucks will be held on the third Sunday of every month.
February 16: 11:00 Service
Scripture: Mark 7:1-23
MV 12: Come Touch Our Hearts (Come Touch Our Hearts)
VU 372: Though I May Speak (O Waly Waly)
MV 79: Spirit, Open My Heart (Wild Mountain Thyme)
VU 701: What Does the Lord Require of You (Moon)
100-222 Furby St.
1. Nine Circles (off Sherbrook or Maryland north of 705 Broadway) Saturdays and Sundays only.
2. Thompson Funeral Home (across Broadway from the church) After business hours only. Not available Sundays.
Young United Church
The building Crossways in Common is wheelchair accessible with washroom facilities on each floor.
We have rental space available for meetings and other functions that can accommodate 10 to 200 people. Contact the Young office for rental information.