Sunday, October 29, 2017 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, October 29, 2017        
10:00 a.m.  Adult Sunday school         
11:00 a.m.  Worship Service    
Sermon                              Ordinary Motions and Narnia Moments
Scripture                           Genesis 25:8-9, Mark 5:24-34, Isaiah 60:1-7
Speaker                              Cheryl P. (CMU Pres.)
Worship Leader            Tim R.
Song Leader                    Dalton J.
Piano                                   Kathy W.
Media                                  Hyungseok O.

Sunday, November 5, 2017      
10:00 a.m.  Adult Sunday school         
11:00 a.m.  Worship Service    
Speaker                              Tim R.
Worship Leader            Robert J.
Song Leader                    Bonnie W.
Piano                                   Jessie Y.
Media                                  Anthony Y.

TRC Call to Prayer

Father God,

As the Canadian Association of Archivists undertakes a national review of policies and best practices, we ask that they will work in collaboration with Aboriginal people.  Please provide a good team of people with a common purpose and intent to accurately gather all archives needed to capture a full picture of what has been occurring in the past and what changes need to be made.  We pray that key documents referring to practices and policies will be readily accessible, and that a framework for Canadian archives will be developed that is in compliance with the UNDRIP so that truth and reconciliation can occur.     Amen     Context:   TRC Call to Action #70


Evening Bible Study
DMC is planning a series of study times based on
‘Beginning Anew’ discipleship.
James F. has offered to lead one of the sessions but we do need some additional volunteers.
Please see the resource material at:

We haven’t determined which evening is best for those who would like to attend (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday or Thursday).  A sign up sheet will be on the church bulletin board.  If you can’t make it to church over the next two weeks, please email the church and let us know which day(s) is your preference and if you are interested in leading a class.

Gift Discernment survey

Please pick up from your mail slot the Gift Discernment survey.
Complete the survey and return it to Linda D., Suchana P., Dalton J. or Tim R. by Oct. 29th.                   Thanks!


Sunday School Schedule

Oct.29             Abram, Sarai and Lot
Wee Wonder     no class
Primary                 LaVerna
Midler                    Murray


Oct. 29        Cheryl P., President of CMU, will stir up our thoughts and invite reflection (and action?) around the topic of “longstanding elements within the imagination of the church (such as vocation, service, stewardship), and their role within education and life today.”

Nov. 5              Hymn Sing
Everyone is welcome


Who’s in our House
 in October & November

 October 27-29                     Emmanuel Bible College TOOLS group
October 31                            William Graham Singers
November 7,14,21,28     William Graham Singers
November 8                           Yorkshire Rose Quilters
November 11                        Men’s breakfast
November 1,15                    A-way workshop
November 25                        Yellow Bellies (Theatre of the Beat)


MCC Peace Conference
Saturday, Nov. 11,

9 am-4:00 pm,
Cornerstone Christian Community Church
9680 Ninth Line, Markham

Learn how MCC is working for peace and justice around the world at our annual Peace Conference (formerly Fall Conference) with special guests from Palestine and Israel. To register or for more info call 519-745-8458 or go to


Yellow Bellies 
Theatre of the Beat

Yellow Bellies is an historical drama that highlights the experiences and public response to Mennonite Conscientious Objectors during WWII. This episodic tale takes audiences across Canada, featuring verbatim interviews, fictionalized scenes, and live music from an often overlooked chapter of Canadian history.

Danforth Mennonite Church
Tea and Coffee will be served
after the performance


Sunday November 26th at 6:00 pm, join Theatre of the Beat at the Huether Hotel’s Jazz Room in Waterloo for an intimate fundraiser for a new van to keep the troupe on the road. Entertainment includes No Discernible Key, Dan Root, Theatre of the Beat and a Silent Auction.   $20 Tickets include entry and appetizers. For details and ticket purchases go to (  or check



Fraser Lake Camp Fundraiser – Enjoy an evening of live music and delicious desserts in support of repairing our climbing wall. November 4, 7-9 pm at Breslau Mennonite Church. All ages welcome, by donation. Please contact Kristen B. to RSVP and for details

Mennonite Church Canada’s Special Assembly has drawn to a close. Ninety-four percent of delegates voted in favour of the new structure envisioned in Covenant New. Read all about it in The Assembled News, or view video recordings at:

We’re grateful for the opportunity to share our stories with you. Thank you for your interest and support.