SERVICES THIS WEEKWednesday, June 57 am - Holy EucharistHomilist: The Reverend Dr Peter SlaterSunday, June 9 – Third Sunday after Pentecost8 am / 10 am– Holy EucharistReadings: Galatians 1:11-24Psalm 146; Luke 7:11-17Homilist: The Reverend Dr Peter SlaterOur rector is on Sabbath Leave and will return to the parishon Tuesday, September 3rd. For pastoral care from the clergy,and all other matters that would normally be directed to therector, please contact the Reverend Julie Meakin or theReverend Canon Douglas Graydon.The Reverend Julie Meakin is taking a well deserved breakthis week June 3 – 10 and will be back in the office Tuesday,June 11th. The Reverend Canon Douglas Graydon will be in theoffice Monday afternoons and Wednesday mornings as wellas in church on Sundays.Archdeacon Peter Fenty will be ordained a bishop onSaturday, June 22ndat 10:30 am at St. James’ Cathedral.Bishop-elect Fenty will serve as a suffragan bishop in ourDiocese in the area of York-Simcoe. All are welcome to attendthe ordination on June 22nd.The confirmation class will meet todayafter the 10 am service in Room 2.PARISH CLERGY416-920-5211www.christchurchdeerpark.orgThe Reverend Kevin Robertson, Rector ext. 26The Reverend Canon Douglas Graydon, Associate Priest ext. 27The Reverend Julie Meakin, Assistant Curate ext. 31The Reverend Dr. Peter Slater, Honorary AssistantThe Reverend Dr. Karen Hamilton, Ecumenical Partner(United Church of Canada)PARISH STAFFEric Robertson, Organist & Director of Music ext. 25Natalie Kemp, Director of Children’s EducationJean King, Parish Administrator ext. 22Elisabeth Lunder, Part-time Bookkeeper ext. 32Denis Delisle, Custodian ext. 35CHURCHWARDENSGenevieve Chornenki, Rector’s Warden 416 975-9898Carolyn Kearns, People’s Warden 416 488-7436Robert Morrow, Finance Warden/Treasurer 416 421-7017Henry Zaluski, Deputy Warden 416 485-2802Name Tags - If you would like a nametag, we invite you to callthe parish office and we would be happy to create one foryou. Call 416-920-5211 x 22 or email@example.comLarge print Orders of Service are available from theSidespeople.Free Sunday parking is available on Sunday mornings (up to1:30 pm) at the public parking lot, just across from the churchon Heath Street. Stamp your parking ticket using the churchaddress stamp found on the table at the Bell tower door.After Church go to the customer service office with yourvalidated ticket where you will be given an exit ticket. Pleasepark only on the lower levels.Please do not leave valuables unattended.CHRIST CHURCH DEER PARKANNOUNCEMENTS & EVENTSSecond Sunday after PentecostJune 2 2013PromiseLand (church school for children, kindergarten to grade9) meets in the Chapel of St. Nicholas on the lower level duringthe 10 am service.The Nest (certified childcare for infants to age 4) is openduring the Sunday 10 am service on the third floor.Welcome to Christ Church Deer Park. We invite you to stayfor refreshments after the service at Holy Grounds Café inElliott Hall through the Chapel upstairs.This Week at Christ ChurchMonday – June 3Yoga – 9:30 amAA – noonOrgan – 1 pmToronto Classical Singers – 6:30 pmAA Primary Purpose – 7 pmThursday – June 6Yoga – 9:30 amLunchtime Chamber Music – 12:10 pmOA – 12:15 pmChoir rehearsal – 7 pmAA Book Study – 7 pmTuesday – June 4ACW – 12 noonAllocations - 5 pmUnderearners Anon –6 pmDeer Park Residents Assoc – 7 pmFriday– June 7AA – Miracle Group – 12:15 pmToronto Children’s Chorus – 5pmAA Book Study – 7 pmWednesday – June 5Holy Eucharist – 7 amAA – noon & 7 pmPhoenix CA – 7 pmKnitting Circle – 6 pmYoga – 7 pmAllocations Mtg– 5pmSaturday, June 8Toronto Flute School Recital – 1 pmwww.christchurchdeerpark.org
June 9- 4:30 pmKieran Overs – bassLorne Lofsky – guitarOfficiant: The Reverend Marili MooreThursday June 612:10 pmChristopher James – fluteAaron James - pianoCongratulations to our very own Ecumenical Partner, theReverend Dr. Karen Hamilton for a successful conference inMontreal this past week. Bridging the Secular Divide: Religionand Canadian Public Discourse was a conference exploring theplace and importance of religion in the public square. Theconference provided a venue for the important work of inter-faith dialogue within this our diverse Canadian context. Panelpresentations and plenary speakers will be available for publicviewing on the conference website :http://www.bridgingthedivide.ca">www.bridgingthedivide.caACW Executive meetingTuesday, June 4 at 11 am – Arthur Smith RoomSt Andrews’ Group/ACW – is once again organizing day tripsthrough Seniors Carefree Travel for the following:1. Niagara Wineries (3) September 10th2. Lady Windermere’s Fan (Shaw)October 18th3. Enchanted April (Shaw) October 23rdFor further information on any one of these outings pleasecall Mary Belanger at 416 487 3511 or talk to her Tuesday from10 am – 2 pm at the ACW meetings.Yorkminster Park Meals on Wheels requires volunteer driversand runners to deliver Meals on Wheels in this communityduring the months of July and August. Meals are deliveredbetween 10:30 am and 12:15 pm daily, Monday to Friday.Please call 416 482-0549 if you can spare two hours weekly oron an occasional basis to help on any of the delivery days.CONTEMPLATIVE KNITTING CIRCLE - Nextgathering - Wednesday June 5, 2013, 6 – 7 pm.Enter the chapel via the Bell Tower door anytime after 5:45 pm. Details athttp://www.christchurchdeerpark.org/knit.htm.Our April 21st Parish Forum wasinvigorating and enlightening. Inaddition to progress reports from “InThe Works” groups, these individualssuggested additional initiatives:Emily Chatten Intergenerational SpiritualityPhyllis Creighton Energy AuditAnita Liu Life Story Book ProjectAlexis Troubetzkoy The Blessing of AnimalsRebecca Wells Jopling New Moms’ Movie NightIf you’re interested in collaborating on one of these, pleasecontact the initiator directly. The clergy or churchwardens canput you in touch if you haven’t yet been introduced.GOING FORWARD… The Parish Forum was an informationsession only and all projects are subject to approval by theManagement Team. Major initiatives will also involveappropriate consultation with the parish. Working Groups andindividual initiators who seek funds are now responsible tocomplete a Re-imaging Church Information Package andsubmit it to the Allocations Committee, which will makerecommendations to the Management Team. Any projectsthat do not require funding should be forwarded to theManagement Team directly.Interested in helping to plan a “new Moms’ movie night”?Please speak to Rebecca Wells-Joplingor the Reverend Julie Meakin.Calling ALL Volunteersto help SUPPORTPromiseLand’s Summer Program!There are 9 weeks in this Summer’sPromiseLand Program. Volunteers areneeded to lead activities that arealready planned.Please see Natalie Kemp after the10:00 am service today to sign up as avolunteer for a Summer Sunday.