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​​News from the Pews
a weekly update of events and activities
Please join us on
Sunday April 28, at 11:15 a.m.
as we are led in worship 
by Rev. Bruce Lungren.

Join us for a time of fellowship 
in the lower hall following the service.

Our Annual Congregational Meeting will be held on Sunday, May 5, following the worship service. Please bring a sandwich to eat during the meeting (this is not a Pot Luck). The social committee will provide tea, coffee and juice. Heads of all committees and working groups should submit their reports to David Rourke at [email protected] by Friday, April 19, so he will have time to prepare the printed Annual Report that will be distributed at the ACM. 

Sunday Worship Leaders: We are led in worship each Sunday by either our supervising minister, Rev. Dr. Éloi Gunn, Ms. Eline Brock, a member of our congregation, or guest worship leader Rev. Bruce Lungren. 
Rev. Gunn is also the Chief Instructor and Deputy Commander of the Canadian Forces Chaplain School and Centre in Borden, Ontario. In case of need, he can be reached by leaving a message at the church office at 418-692-2640 or call him directly at 581-995-2640. 

Choir practice is held on Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the lower hall. All are welcome to join us as we practice the hymns and anthems for Sunday services.

Mark your calendar now for a special concert that will be taking place at Chalmers-Wesley on Tuesday, May 21 at 2 p.m. as the
Manhattan College Singers from New York City will be giving a free concert. Donations welcome. 

For more information about Chalmers-Wesley United Church, contact our office at 418 692-2640 on Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday morning.

Our email address is
Chalmers-Wesley is located at
78 Rue Sainte-Ursule
(in Old Quebec City)
Québec, QC. G1R 4E8 
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