Announcements for the Banff United Church, Rundle United, 28/04/13


The Ministry for April 28:

Worship Leader: Rev. Doug Powell

Accompanist: Noah Borin

Greeters: Karen Minish and Sharon Fish

Scripture Reader: Karen Minish


Up-coming Events:

Tonight: 7:00 pm Board Meeting

Thursday: 7:00pm Study group in Lonsdale lounge

Study group:

Come join the study group on Thursday evenings @ 7:00. We will start again this week as numbers were low last week. All welcome.

H20 is a 10 week video experience designed to create a safe environment where people are comfortable considering the person of Jesus. Each video is a voyage of discovery, not a message or a sermon. It is both provoking and relational. Come to one or all and see if we can grow together.

The Armed Man.. a Mass for Peace is being performed at the Banff Center next Sunday evening. This features the Bow Valley Chorus and is conducted by Jogn Goulart and features Karen Minish as soloist. Tickets are $25.00

Hearts and Hands Foundation will be holding a Spring Fling in the Mountains fund raiser at the Canmore Senior Centre on May 4, 2013. The event will feature two Canmore bands, The Eerie Green and The Elektric Squirrels. Tickets are $25.00 and can be purchased at the Canmore Scotia Bank and the Canmore Dental Clinic. Doors will open at 8 p.m.

Foothills Presbytery presents an evening with Rob Dalgleish, The Edge on Monday, June 3, 2013 @ 4pm – 8:30pm at St. Andrew’s United, Cocharane loacated at: 128-1 street East. To register contact: Brenda Watt. Email: Phone: 403 946 5514.


The Kingdam of Women: a 2010 film that uses animation, documentary footage and photographs to tell the story of the Palestinian women of Ein El Hilweh who rebuilt their community after the destruction of their refugee camp and the imprisonment of the men during the 1982 Israeli invasion of Lebanon.

And guest speaker Ghada Ageel: a visiting professor in the University of Alberta’s political science department, an independent scholar, an activist and a member of Faculty 4 Palestine/ Alberta. Ghada was born and raised in the Khan Younis Refugee Camp in the Gaza Strip. She earned her BA in Education from the Islamic University/Gaza in 1999 and later her Masters and PhD degrees in Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Exeter in Britain.

When: Tues. May 14 @ 6:30 – 8:30pm

Where: Old Y Common Room, 223 12 Avenue S.W.

Admission Free – Donations Welcome

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