There's much to see here. So, take your time, look around, and learn about all of our upcoming programming!
Epiphany 2 Sunday
Wed. January 20
Winter Study begins with Dr. Harris, 7:15pm (see below for details)
Sat. January 23
Special Scottish Baking Event via ZOOM, 1:00pm (see below for details)
Epiphany 3 Sunday
Mon. January 25
"Everything you ever wanted to know about Scotland - in one hour", a special presentation with Lianne Harris via ZOOM in celebration of Robbie Burns Day sponsored by Mosaic, 1:00pm (see below for details)
Literary Society, "Indians on Vacation" by Thomas King, 7:15pm (see below for details)
Epiphany 4 Sunday
What does it mean to be a Christian? It means following Jesus. But what does that mean? What does that mean for us in our time and place? What does that mean for each of us specifically with all that makes our lives unique in all their challenge and possibility?
The Gospel of Mark is the first and oldest gospel. It provides the basic gospel storyline. It gives us a picture of who God is as Jesus proclaims and embodies God. It also reveals a Jesus who embodies what we are called to be as human beings.
You will have received daily devotions based on Mark’s gospel the first few months of the Covid lockdown (March-June). Now it’s time to really dig into the story and study it as a whole.
Beginning January 20 (Wednesday), 7:15pm-8:30pm, via zoom, we will engage in an 8-10-week study of Mark, reading the gospel story as a whole, with a focus on what it means to be a Christian. This is for first time readers of the gospel and for those who have read it many times before. It is for new Christians and for those who have identified as Christian their whole lives.
Will you join us? Contact Dr. Harris: email@example.com with any questions. Notes will be provided weekly.
By popular request, join mother and daughter baking team extraordinaire, Susan & Allison Murray as they guide us through a special Robbie Burns inspired baking event via ZOOM, Saturday, January 23 at 1:00pm. We will be making traditional Scottish shortbread and Cranachan Squares. Stay tuned for recipe details in an upcoming eblast and on our website!
"Everything you ever wanted to know about Scotland - in one hour" - join us on Robbie Burns Day for a special interactive presentation on all things Scotland with dynamic presenter, Lianne Harris via ZOOM, Monday, January 25, at 1:00pm (sponsored by Mosaic). Check out the full details in the poster above!
Note that REGISTRATION IS NOT REQUIRED for Armour Heights folks who already receive our eblasts. Eblast recipients will receive an email for this event on the morning of January 25 with the ZOOM link and all other details needed to attend the presentation. Otherwise, you can check back on our website for ZOOM details on January 25, OR you can register in advance for this event or subscribe to our eblast list by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking forward to seeing you there, and lang may yer lum reek! (Attend the presentation to find out what that expression means!).
Meet Bird and Mimi in this brilliant new novel from one of Canada’s foremost authors. Inspired by a handful of old postcards sent by Uncle Leroy nearly a hundred years earlier, Bird and Mimi attempt to trace Mimi’s long-lost uncle and the family medicine bundle he took with him to Europe.
By turns witty, sly and poignant, this is the unforgettable tale of one couple’s holiday trip to Europe, where their wanderings through its famous capitals reveal a complicated history, both personal and political.
This book is about wrestling with demons which are with us wherever we go. It’s also about the search for our authentic self in all our vulnerability, fallibility and beauty.
Join ‘us’ (we call ourselves the Literary Society) on Tuesday, January 26, 7:15pm, as we engage, discuss and enjoy some time together via zoom.
We are pleased to inform you that Circle of Care is now offering their exercise classes online through ZOOM! Circle of Care provides free exercise and falls prevention classes to older adults living in the community. The Falls Prevention program is led by an Occupational Therapist, and the Group Exercise Classes are led by trained fitness professionals. Classes are designed to help participants increase mobility, relieve pain and reduce the risk of falls by building strength and improving balance. Classes are funded by the Central Local Health Integration Network (CLIN), and are offered to eligible participants free of charge.
The classes have already received RAVE reviews from our Armour Heights Community and run daily at 10:30AM, Monday to Friday! Each class offers a variety of options to challenge participants of all fitness levels. To view the full schedule and register for classes, click the button below.
If you have any other questions, please contact Erin Stone for details.