Announcements for Sunday, July 28

Upcoming Gospel Readings

Aug 4: Luke 12:13-21
Aug 11: Luke 12:32-40
Aug 18: Luke 12:49-56
Aug 25: Luke 13:10-17

Readings are subject to change.

Haliburton Pastoral Charge

Sizzlin’ Summer Service 12 in the Park  –  A multi-church worship service Sunday, August 4th at 10:30 in Head Lake Park sponsored by the Ministerial.  This will be a combined service for the Haliburton Pastoral Charge.  Please bring a lawn chair or blanket.  Rain location at Lakeside Baptist Church.  Donations to 4Cs Heating Fund.

It’s Bill Gliddon’s 80th Birthday and we invite you to celebrate with us on Sunday August 11th at St. George’s Church. Church Service 11:30 a.m.; BBQ lunch 1:00 p.m. Bring a lawn chair. We know Bill will love your personal cards and best wishes. Contributions toward a monetary gift, which will be donated to a local charity in honour of Bill, may be placed in a container that will be available at the celebration.

Decoration Day:  Ingoldsby Pioneer Cemetery Decoration Day Sunday, August 11th at 2:00 p.m. at Ingoldsby UC.  Barb Fawcett will be the speaker. 

Truth and Reconciliation Quilt: We are very fortunate to bring this quilt to our community.  It will be on display this week (July 28 – August 2) at Highland Hills United Church, Minden (in the sanctuary) during office hours:  Tuesday to Friday 9 to noon, and 1 to 2:30. It was created by the Kawartha Truth and Reconciliation Support Group (KTRSG) members on the legacy of residential schools.  They are trying to become an example of what reconciliation looks like:  people working together and treating each other with respect, justice and equality.  To find out more about this quilt and the KTRSG, check their website:

Monarch Bible Camp is coming to Haliburton United the week of Aug 12-16 from 9 am to 4 pm. Registration forms and information available at

Haliburton UC

Because of your generous donations, the defibrillator has been delivered and paid in full. Now, it needs to be installed on the wall and a committee of people trained from a video that comes with the machine. If you are interested in either of these activities, please let a steward know.

As of July 21, the total raised from the “Gettin’ Greener Concert” is $2,718.23. Thanks from the Board of Stewards as we proceed with upgrades.

Stewardship and Mission Offering: The extra monthly Mission for July is School’s Cool (SIRCH). We thank you for your support and ask that you mark your envelope when giving to this extra mission. Take note of the Stewardship and Mission bulletin board in the foyer. Information will be posted as it becomes available.

Pot Luck Lunch: Our next pot luck lunch will be in September. Date to follow!

Bible studies:

For a time of study, prayer and fellowship, please join us:

  • Wednesday Morning Bible Study in the library 10 – 11:30 a.m.
  • Friday Women to Women Bible Study in the library 11:30 am until 1 pm. All women are welcome to join us at any time. For info call the office 705-457-1891.

Library: The library is open during office hours except when being used for meetings. The librarian is available Fridays from 10 to 11:30 a.m. to help in choosing a book, DVD or teaching material (holidays excluded).

Coffee is available every Sunday before church in the foyer outside of the Fellowship Room.  All are welcome to partake and enjoy!

Need a card sent to a church family member of Haliburton United?  Call the office at 705-457-1891 or Jane at 705-457-1715.


Harry’s Sunday messages online: Unable to attend a service? Want to hear a sermon again? Check out video podcasts of Harry’s messages.


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