THIS WEEK AT SHERBROOKE
Our Family Announcements
Mar 8 @ 7pm – Hour of Power :
An hour to cast vision for where we are going as individuals and as a church in 2021.
1 Peter 1:13 says, “So prepare your minds for action and exercise self-control.”
God blesses a prepared mind.
Don’t leave 2021 to chance. Bring a pen and a blank piece of paper, and be prepared to prayerfully write down what God is inviting you to accomplish in your personal life, and through our church.
We will continue to pray and invite God to show us His direction for this Year by inviting the Spirit to show us, and by writing down action steps toward those accomplishments.
Our Daily Bread
Our March-May copies of Our Daily Bread are now ready for pickup during office hours.
MCC Newcomers Food Bank:
Sherbrooke partners with MCC and other local churches, providing up to 25 families with weekly groceries and used non-food household items. This week, 10 households received groceries at the church, and we delivered to 6 households.
Every Thursday, 9:00am – 12:00pm
11:30am wind down and clean
At the moment, we are not accepting clothing and household items due to COVID19. Please do not donate any more items.
Thank you for your cooperation!
April 2 @ 10am, we are having our Good Friday service! We will be combining with Eden Mennonite Church, and Garry Janzen will be speaking to us all.
We hope to see you there.
Tithes and Offerings: Thank you for supporting the mission and ministries of Sherbrooke Mennonite Church.
Three ways to give:
i) E-transfer Sherbrooke Office (email@example.com)
ii) Mail or drop off a cheque
iii) PayPal on our Sherbrooke Website (this option requires a 2.6% fee) – Click Here
COVID Tracking Sheet at all the entrances inside the church building.
If visiting our church building, please fill in the COVID Tracking Sheet, so we may use it when it’s needed to track COVID cases.
Yohan Sanchez, Lily Armas, and Marlene Bartel have requested to be removed from Sherbrooke’s membership.
Sherbrooke Drop-in: Every Thursday 9:30 am – noon, drop by the church to say “hi” to Kevin. Please wear a mask! You can visit outside the church if you’d prefer.
Our goal as a church is to reach out and help people grow in their faith in Jesus. We want to look after the needy within Sherbrooke, as well as help us reach out in our neighbourhood and surrounding community. Our Anabaptist perspective of Jesus is relevant to our world more than ever.