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United Network for a Just Peace in Palestine and Israel (UNJPPI) Weekend Events Open to the Public
"Dispossessed but Defiant: Indigenous Struggles from Around the World" is a series of professionally produced panels depicting the history of indigenous people in Canada, South Africa and Palestine, featuring powerful photos and succinct descriptive text that weave together the stories of the three peoples.
The display will be open to the public at Third Avenue United Church (304 3rd Ave N) September 21-23 from 1:00-4:00p.m. and September 25 from 9:30-10:15a.m. and 12:30-2:00p.m.
Hosted by the United Network for a Just Peace in Palestine and Israel and Third Avenue United Church.
“Called to be a Hopeful People”
Sunday, September 25, 2016 at 10:30am @ Third Avenue United Church, 304 Third Avenue North
Moderator, The Right Rev. Jordan Cantwell will be preaching. Worship hosted by United Network for Justice and Peace in Palestine and Israel. Lunch to follow. Parking available on 3rd Ave at Park Funeral Home.
This public worship service is part of the UNJPPI annual cross-Canada Gathering held this year at Queen’s Retreat Centre. The theme is “Pathways Forward to Justice and Reconciliation: Stories from Canada, Palestine and Israel”. Check out the event at: https://unjppi2016.eventbrite.ca
Join us for a screening of the documentary ﬁlm, ON THE SIDE OF THE ROAD. The film shares a unique perspective on the formation of the state of Israel. Following the film there will be a question and answer session with: ﬁlmmaker Lia Tarachansky; lawyer Jonathan Kuttab; Professor Priscilla Settee and the Moderator of the United Church of Canada, Right Reverend Jordan Cantwell.
Friday, September 23rd – 7:00 to 9:00pm @ Grace Westminster United Church. Doors open at 6:30pm. Screening begins 7:00pm. Pay what you can at the door for admission.
To help us plan for seating it would help if you could reserve a seat by calling (306) 653-1766 or on Eventbrite.
Hosted by the United Network for a Just Peace in Palestine and Israel and Grace-Westminster United Church.
Christmas Letter from the Board Chair
Dear friends and family of Third Avenue United Church,
The past year has been our year of revival. After much hard work by the Board, Vision Committee and our staff, and the cooperation of River Bend Presbytery, we have managed to achieve the financial stability that we have so long sought. It has been a long road, but it is not yet the end.
To ensure our future, we must now concentrate on a growth strategy for our congregation and, in doing so, focus on our role as a caring church in our downtown community. And that is my theme for this year’s Christmas letter.
Thanks to the proceeds we have set aside, our Community Fund is an important element of our community commitment and, just as importantly, our engagement with our community.
Pied Pipers of Saskatoon Organ Concert
First Saturday of the month
Last Saturday of the month
The Mission of Third Avenue United Church is to reach out with love and provide a welcoming place, especially for downtown people. We offer strength, courage, and support in a safe nurturing environment.
we have created a Community Fund with an initial principal of $500.000. While we have paid or have made commitments for much of that initial fund, we intend to replenish as best we can and, in the meantime, we still have a significant amount available to support this community initiative.
Weekly volunteers are needed for ushering and scripture readers. You may volunteer as many times as you would like. To volunteer please sign up on the sheets downstairs on the bulletin board or you may contact the church office.
A volunteer list is being started in the church office for anyone interested in volunteering at concerts or major events like the many suppers we hold throughout the year. If you would like to be on this list please contact Raycine.