Author: StAndrewsHespeler

Hespeler Arts Palooza

Posted by on Friday, January 10th, 2020 in News

Stay tuned for lots of opportunities to explore your creativity! Starting on Sunday, January 26th and running for 6 weeks. Something for everyone, adults and children, week days and weekends. Musics and arts!

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It’s an “Almost New Year’s Eve” Party

Posted by on Sunday, December 29th, 2019 in News

For the past few years the children have celebrated New Year's Eve on the Sunday in between Christmas & New Year's. This year we decided to invite the rest of the congregation to party with us. So Scott planned a very interactive worship service, one where everyone could participate and get creative. We sang hymns together, prayed together and even enjoyed breakfast together - right in the middle of worship! Thank you, to everyone who joined us, for being such great sports and showing our children and families that they are important, too.

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Family Advent!

Posted by on Sunday, December 22nd, 2019 in News

Worship was family & children friendly this morning, with lots of food, fun & a special visitor following the service.

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GivingTuesday

Posted by on Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019 in News


Our GivingTuesday #GivingTuesdayWR campaign continues to run for the month of December! Have you thought about how you can give generously? Here's a few ideas: give a financial donation to a charity of your choice, give of your time and volunteer at a food bank, soup kitchen, etc.; do a random act of kindness, hold the door open for someone, teach someone something good. Use your imaginations, use your gifts and talents. Thank you for making our community a better one!

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Another busy day!

Posted by on Thursday, November 28th, 2019 in News

The Big Idea Club from Silverheights Public School visited Hope Clothing today to bring us their collection of new and gently used clothing from their recent clothing drive. A BIG SHOUT OUT to these wonderful people for thinking of other people in our community who need a little extra help.

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