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ECE Teachers Needed
Written by Nanette Hadley
Friday, 22 August 2014 09:14
Our Children’s Religious Education Program called
Evangelization and Catholic Education (ECE) is still looking for teachers.
You do not have to be a parent to teach!
We are asking that everyone please prayerfully consider
helping us fulfill Christ’s Mission.
We need teachers in Grades 2, 4, 5, 1 Middle School Teacher,
and several male table leaders for Grade 9.
All lesson plans, prizes, materials, and training are provided.
Bible Study Announcement
Written by Nanette Hadley
Thursday, 07 August 2014 00:00
This Year Join Bible Study!
Our next classes start in September 2014!
Wednesday Day Class starts on September 3rd at 11AM - 1PM
Monday Evening Class starts on September 8th at 7PM - 9PM
Bob Sullivan leads our Bible study at 2 different times each week. We will once again have an evening class and a weekday class (scheduled to be friendly for those people who need to be home in time to get children from school). Both classes will meet in the Georgetown Hall.
Starting September 2014 and ending in April 2015 we will be studying 3 years of Wisdom literature - The Book of Proverbs, The Book of Ecclesiastes, & The Gospel of Matthew.
Everyone is welcome! Registration is appreciated but not required.
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