Ted Talk Tuesday and life around Central….

Hello folks….here we are in week two and thank you for your patience! My apologies for the technical terror I caused on Sunday. I always make the assumption that technology will work and that is a challenge when I already know nothing about it. Regular Zoom protocol will be in place this week. This is not to say we will give up trying to broadcast live on Youtube to make us accessible to the “whole” world, but I will do a little more investigating. I am sorry that those at home missed a wonderful service of music offered up – it truly is spirit lifting!

Ted Talks this week…

I am sharing a Ted Talk with you that is near and dear to my heart. You may have already heard of Anne Lamott. She is an American writer and I call a modern theologian, who tells it like is, speaks from experience and deep rooted faith and is very relatable. I did get the privilege of seeing her in person a few years ago in Toronto and this talk is very reminiscent of that. I have some of her books if want to borrow them.

12 Truths I learned from life and writing….

…this Sunday we will be celebrating All Saints Day as we remember those souls who have gone before us.

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Territorial Acknowledgement
Our location on the historic Carrying Place Trail (Weston Road) reminds us that we meet on the traditional territory of the Huron-Wendat, Petun, Seneca and, most recently, the Mississaugas of the Credit. We hope this ancient path will be a symbol of our desire to walk with Indigenous peoples in a spirit of reconciliation and respect.

Contact Us
Central United Church, 1 King Street, Weston, ON M9N 1K8 | Phone: (416) 241-7544

Rev. Brad can be reached by leaving a message at the church office or by his cell phone (416) 268-7592 and by email at binglis2@me.com. Please don’t hesitate to contact him if you would like to set up a visit or for urgent matters.

Zoom Link for Sunday Worship with Central United and other fun stuff…

Hello folks! Please find attached the link to the worship service for this Sunday via Zoom. You can log in and watch the service, have your camera on so you are visible or leave it closed, whatever your comfort level is. We will also be sending out a link later on Sunday for you to watch the recorded service at your leisure ( …this enables you to fast forward through my stuff and just enjoy the music that Jenny and Heather put together 😉 ).

Here is your link to the service…

Brad Inglis is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Worship with Central United Church
Time: Sunday Oct 24, 2021 11:00 AM America/Toronto

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89025765833

Meeting ID: 890 2576 5833

  • Points of interest….
  • Have any scrap metal you are looking to get rid of? Need it hauled away and you get paid for it? Call Peter Kalamaris from P&M Restaurant – this is a side gig he is doing would appreciate anything you have to get ride of – call 416-799-7964
  • Don’t forget that next Saturday is your last chance of the season for the Weston Market – 22 John Street…still a great selection of produce and of course Back Bacon on a bun!
  • Next Sunday we celebrate All Saints Day • Sunday November 7th is our Remembrance Day Service • Sunday November 21st will be the covenanting service where we celebrate our ministry together!

Persons Day
October 18th was Persons Day in Canada!
It marks the day in 1929 when the historic decision to include women in the legal definition of “persons” was handed down by Canada’s highest court of appeal. This gave some women the right to be appointed to the Senate of Canada and paved the way for women’s increased participation in public and political life. Though this decision did not include all women, such as Indigenous women and women of Asian heritage and descent, it did mark critical progress in the advancement of gender equality in Canada.
…my mother “inspecting” the church.

About this Blast
Members and friends of Central United receive this blast periodically throughout the week. At anytime feel free to jump ship if the blasts get too much for you. Hopefully you will stick with us, find the blasts informative and fun. Ultimately, the e-blasts are meant to help keep us connected, provide information locally and beyond in a meaningful way that keeps us engaged with not only OneKing, but the world. Please use this email to share an announcement or unsubscribe, cuc@bellnet.ca

Territorial Acknowledgement
Our location on the historic Carrying Place Trail (Weston Road) reminds us that we meet on the traditional territory of the Huron-Wendat, Petun, Seneca and, most recently, the Mississaugas of the Credit. We hope this ancient path will be a symbol of our desire to walk with Indigenous peoples in a spirit of reconciliation and respect.

Contact Us
Central United Church, 1 King Street, Weston, ON M9N 1K8 | Phone: (416) 241-7544

Rev. Brad can be reached by leaving a message at the church office or by his cell phone (416) 268-7592 and by email at binglis2@me.com. Please don’t hesitate to contact him if you would like to set up a visit or for urgent matters.