As you may know, the National Indigenous People’s Day is observed this coming Tuesday, June 21. The Diocese of Ontario Worship Committee has made resources available to us, and from that, St. Philip’s in Milford, Ontario, will be holding a Prayer Service on Tuesday, June 21, 2022, at 11:00 a.m. We are hoping for good… Continue reading Prayer Service
On Saturday, June 11, 2022, St. Philip’s Milford held an afternoon tea, in celebration of HM The Queen’s Jubilee year. We couldn’t let something as important as 70 years as our Queen go without a bit of a splash! In true Royal fashion we had plenty of Victoria Sponge to eat and tea was served… Continue reading Celebrating with a Queen’s Tea!
We were so pleased that a day that started out really rainy changed to cloudy then some sun, just in time for the St. Philip’s Yard & Rummage Sale. It ran like a “Boot Sale” with members of the parish selling their wares, all for a good cause – in support of the Ministry at… Continue reading Rain Rain go Away!
We were so pleased to be able to put on our Annual Canoe Outing! The weather was a bit cool, but the sun was shining, and the event was very well attended. We can not thank the Guernsey’s enough for letting us launch into Black River from their Chapman Crescent home. There was more kayaks… Continue reading Annual Canoe Outing!
On Sunday, May 15, the parishioners of St. Philip’s held a celebration of new ministry, with our new minister, Canon Nancy Beale. Canon Nancy has been with St. Philip’s, in shared ministry with St. Andrew’s in Wellington, since October 2021. We knew this was a good match as soon as we started worshipping with Canon… Continue reading Celebration of New Ministry
Did you know The Good Food Box Program at The Hub offers fresh, healthy, nutritious fruits and vegetables at a fraction of the retail cost? The boxes are available monthly, are packed in Belleville and shipped to Depots throughout Hastings & Prince Edward Counties. You can pop into The HUB Child & Family Centre at… Continue reading Food Box Program @ The Hub
Sometimes it is hard to hear the truth, but for us to ever consider reconciliation, it is where we have to start. The Anglican Journal’s Matt Jordan interviewed a couple who came to work at the St. Michael’s Residential School in Alert Bay, B.C., in 1970. A powerful quote from the interview speaks to us… Continue reading We start with the truth