Sunday, January 21, 2018 bulletin

Pastor: Tim Reimer
Caring Team: Margaret A., Jonathan S.

Continuing the ministry of the Danforth (1909), Morningside (1950) and Warden (2009) congregations
We welcome all guests who have joined us. 

Worship services are recorded and will be posted on the Church website.   Congregational prayer and sharing time will be omitted.

Sunday, January 21, 2018                      
10:00 a.m.  Adult Sunday School
11:00 a.m.  Worship Service    
Sermon                The Kingdom of God: Right Here.  Right Now.
Scripture                      Mark 1
Speaker                         Tim R.
Worship Leader       Murray O.
Song Leader               Dalton J.
Piano                              Kathy W.
Media                             Roger H.
Greeter                         Dalton J.

Sunday, January 28, 2018                      
10:00 a.m.  Adult Sunday School
11:00 a.m.  Worship Service    
Speaker                       Anthony Y.
Worship Leader      Jessie Y.
Song Leader              Kathy W.
Piano                             Bonnie W.
Media                           Hyungseok O.
Greeter                       Roger H.


Pastor Tim is having eye surgery on Monday, January 22th. 
Our prayers are with you and your family.

Sunday, February 4, 2018 1:00 p.m.
 DMC Annual General Meeting

There will be a finger-food potluck right after church and before the meeting.

Committee Chairpersons:  Your reports must be submitted to the church office by January 25th to be included in the report book.

Treasurer’s Report: We received $11,487 in offerings in December. There were many extra donations that helped to reduce our 2017 operating deficit to -$1,790. Thank you to all who financially supported Danforth in 2017.

Dear Friends,
 New Year’s blessings to you!
 On February 12th Salome will turn 95 years young.  We think that is a good reason for a party!
 So we are planning a birthday celebration for this amazing lady!
 February 11, 2:30 – 4:00 pm
 Hilltop Manor
 42 Elliott St, Cambridge, ON
 All family and friends of Salome most welcome!  No gifts please, your presence is gift enough. Cards and note would be much appreciated.

Please contact Mary Jane G. by Feb. 5 if you plan to be there so we know how many people to expect.
 Martha and Paul Snyder for the family.

Sunday School Schedule


Jan. 21             Theme – Enough for All
Teachers:         Primary & Middler:  TBD,  Wee Wonder:   LaVerna

We really need to have 2 more teachers for the Primary age group so we can have a rotation.  As of right now we only have one teacher committed to teaching regularly.  The younger children would benefit greatly from consistency in teachers.


Jan. 21             Begin  Anew  Unit 1 section 3 & 4
Jan. 28             Begin  Anew  Unit 2 section 1 & 2
Feb. 4               Hymn sing
Feb. 11            Begin Anew  Unit 2 section 3 & 4
Feb. 18            Begin Anew  Unit 3 section 1 & 2
Feb. 25            Begin Anew  Unit 3 section 3 & 4
Mar. 4              Hymn Sing
Mar. 11           Begin Anew  Unit 4 section 1 & 2
Mar. 18           Begin Anew  Unit 4 section 3 & 4

Materials available at:

Everyone is welcome

Women’s Group
for a time of fellowship

If you would like to host a meeting at the church or in your home, please select a date on the signup sheet on the bulletin board or contact the church office.

Who’s in our House
in January and February

January 23, 30                 William Graham Singers
January 25,26,27           Theatre of the Beat
January 26 – 27              Freedom Gospel
February 6,13,20,27    William Graham Singers
February 10                      Men’s Breakfast
February 10                      Citizens Climate Lobby
February 14, 24              Yorkshire Rose Quilters
February 16 – 18           Zurich Mennonite Youth TOOLS
February 23 – 25           Conrad Grebel Young Adults TOOLS

Please note these dates:
January 22                     Tim eye surgery
February 4                     DMC AGM



Article 2
Indigenous peoples and individuals are free and equal to all other peoples and individuals and have the right to be free from any kind of discrimination, in the exercise of their rights, in particular that based on their indigenous origin or identity.


Our Little Library

Book donations to the Little Library would be appreciated at this time.  They can be dropped off in the Youth room.  Please – no text books.




Toronto Ontario Opportunities For Learning and Serving (TOOLS)

This week we will be welcoming Humber Embassy Young Adults group who will be lodging in our building. If you have a chance to meet them between their learning and serving, say Hello!

 Blogs, photos, and stories from “our” TOOLS participants can always be found at