Knox-st. Paul’s wel­comes new Min­is­ter

Seaway News - - News - SHAWNA O’NEILL [email protected]

CORN­WALL, On­tario - Erin Mcintyre, Knox-st. Paul’s new Min­is­ter, has lived in sev­eral re­gions across the coun­try but is hop­ing to plant lon­glast­ing roots in Corn­wall.

“I’m so new, I’m still sort­ing things out,” said Mcintyre, who of­fi­cially started work on Sept. 1. “Right now I’m just let­ting things wash over me as I learn the com­mu­nity and how I fit in here.”

Mcintyre, who has fam­ily in the area but has never lived in Corn­wall, moved from Dry­den, ON with her 4-year-old son. She is thank­ful for the colour­ing sup­plies that com­mu­nity mem­bers have given to him, as well as photos with names to help her iden­tify who at­tends her ser­vices.

“It’s been amaz­ing so far. The folks here are just won­der­ful to be with,” said Mcintyre.

Af­ter at­tend­ing univer­sity in Leth­bridge, AB and ob­tain­ing a Bach­e­lor of Arts in Mod­ern Lan­guages (French and Ger­man), Mcintyre achieved two Masters De­grees from the Univer­sity of Saskatchewan in Di­vin­ity and Sa­cred The­ol­ogy.

Nine years ago, Mcintyre was or­dained af­ter a lengthy process. She never imag­ined be­com­ing a Min­is­ter, un­til com­mu­nity mem­bers sug­gested it to her.

“It got me think­ing about it, and I thought ‘you know what, I will try it,’” she said.

Mcintyre has pre­vi­ously worked in Ben­ito, Kenville and Fish River Cree Na­tion, MN. What Mcintyre loves most about her job is meet­ing the peo­ple every­where she goes.

“You get to see the best of peo­ple and you get to hear their sto­ries and what’s im­por­tant to them,” she said. “You get to see the love they share to their fam­i­lies. Some­times you see the worst in peo­ple too. But you see them try­ing hard.”

Mcintyre is look­ing for­ward to meet­ing mem­bers of the com­mu­nity and part­ners of the church.

“I’m re­ally in­spired by the vi­sion that this com­mu­nity of faith has, which is to help build a city where no one jour­neys alone,” she said.

Re­cently she en­joyed meet­ing with the Corn­wall In­ter­faith Part­ner­ship and learn­ing more about what is of­fered lo­cally.

On Fri­day, Sept. 21, the Corn­wall In­ter­faith Part­ner­ship will hold an event at Knox-st. Paul’s from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in hon­our of United Nations International Peace Day.

TUR­KEY SUPPER Ingleside - Newington United Church, Maple St., Ingleside. Sept 30 4-6 pm. Adults $15, chil­dren 5-12 $7. 5 & un­der free.

CASINO TRIP to Lac Leamy on Fri­day, Sept. 28, bus de­parts at 4:30pm. Info: 613-932-6534. Pro­ceeds to­ward St. Joseph’s Con­tin­u­ing Care Cen­tre.

SPAGHETTI LUNCH & SUPPER ~ Fri­day, Sept. 28, brought to you by mem­bers of the Knights of Colum­bus Coun­cil 755, 205 Amelia St. Ev­ery last Fri­day of the month. Lunch 11am1pm. Supper 4: 30- 6pm. Meals in­clude: Spaghetti plate, coleslaw, bun, dessert, coffee or tea.

IF SOMONE’S DRINK­ING BOTH­ERS YOU call Al-anon 613-937-4880

WED­NES­DAY LUNCH ~ by the mem­bers of Knights of Colum­bus “Se­niors & Friends”, 205 Amelia St. Ev­ery Wed­nes­day from 11:30am1pm. Wing Night ev­ery Thurs­day 5:30-8pm.

LA PAROISSE DE LA COCATHÉDRALE DE LA NATIVITÉ DE LA B.V.M. 300, chemin Mon­tréal, Corn­wall, (613-932-7505). Messes do­mini­cales le di­manche à 10h et le samedi à 17h.

MOOSE LODGE(1367) Dance to Richard Fil­ion, Satur­day Septem­ber 29, 8 pm to 12 am. We have hall rentals for all oc­ca­sions. 443 Eleventh St West. 613-938-0666

NAVY CLUB SUN­DAY MORN­ING BREAK­FAST 8-noon. 30 Sixth St. E. Open to the pub­lic. 613-938-0285.

CORN­WALL NEW­COM­ERS CLUB wel­comes women who have moved to Corn­wall and sur­round­ing area in the last 4 years. Info: Eleanor 613- 935- 4916 or Mar­i­lyn 613-933-2966

VOL­UN­TEER FROM THE COM­FORT OF YOUR OWN HOME! The Tele­phone As­sur­ance Pro­gram is in need of vol­un­teers to make a daily phone call to a se­nior liv­ing alone. This pro­vides a safety check as well as in­creases their peace of mind. If in­ter­ested, please call the Glen Stor Dun Lodge Out­reach Pro­gram at 613-933-3384 ext 4250.

CORN­WALL COM­FORT QUILTS Lo­cated at The Care Cen­tre, 510 Sec­ond St. E. Meets last Wed­nes­day of each month (ex­cept De­cem­ber) Info: Hazel 613-933-3883, Helen 613-932-9517, Jan­ice 613-936-1951. Corn­wall­com­[email protected] Com.

DOES FOOD CON­TROL YOUR LIFE? Do you con­stantly diet, starve, binge or purge? Do you hate your body? Do you eat and feel guilty? STOP hurt­ing your­self with food. Meet­ings Mon­day evening at 6: 30pm at Wes­leyan Church, 780 Syd­ney St. Con­tact 613 662-9979 or oa.corn­[email protected]

REX IN­VITES YOU TO THE AMAZ­ING SCIENCE CEN­TRE, 52 Eighth St. E. Open Satur­days 1– 4pm. Avail­able for groups by ap­point­ment. New pre­sen­ta­tions “In the Begin­ning“a jour­ney to Galaxy’s and a trip through our So­lar Sys­tem, as well as “What killed our Di­nosaurs“Call 343-885-9633

NAVY CLUB KARAOKE ev­ery Satur­day from 3 - 7 pm with Ge­orgie or Frank & Myrna and food, wings and things.

BID EUCHRE ev­ery Tues­day at 7 pm and Sun­day at 1 pm at the Navy Club.

CORN­WALL NEW HORI­ZONS BAND Learn mu­sic. Trum­pet, flute, clar­inet, sax­o­phone, trom­bone, etc. Come back to the BAND in­stru­ment you played years ago. (2) 1-hr classes per/ wk in the CCVS mu­sic room. Info. 613-938-6364 or 613-360-1817 or email [email protected]­mond­lacroix. org

CORN­WALL WES­LEYAN CHURCH in­vites you to Sun­day Wor­ship Ser­vice at 10am. Kids Kon­nect Church 4–12 years. Nurs­ery is avail­able. Bible Study Thurs­days at 6: 30pm. Men’s Fel­low­ship Meet­ing at 8:30am the first Satur­day of the Month. Info: www.corn­wall­wes­ or 613-936-9166.

THE PA­TRONS OF ST. COLUM­BAN FOUN­DA­TION presents a fundrais­ing con­cert on Sun­day Oct. 21 at 2 pm in St. Colum­ban’s Church. Info. Brian Lynch 613-933-8353. Funds raised con­cert to pay for ma­jor re­pair work on the church.

PLAN­NING A SPE­CIAL EVENT We would be happy to help you plan your event in one of our ban­quet halls at Knights of Colum­bus, 205 Amelia St. 613-932-7600

INGLESIDE & AREA NEE­DLE CRAFTER’S GUILD Next meet­ing is on Wed­nes­day, Oct 10 from 1-4 p.m. at the Ma­sonic Hall in Ingleside (across from the Li­brary). Con­tact Chris 613537-9982 or Diane 613-938-2527

SE­AWAY VAL­LEY COM­MU­NITY HEALTH CEN­TRE is seek­ing vol­un­teers to sup­port the “Get W.I.T.H. it!” in­door walk­ing pro­gram. The pro­gram runs Tues­days and Thurs­days, 9 -11 am from Oct. 9 -March 28. Have fun and be ac­tive while you sup­port the health and wellness of lo­cal peo­ple. Call Cor­rie: 613-930-4892 ext. 152

COOPER MARSH 15TH AN­NUAL HAR­VEST WINE AND CHEESE FUNDRAIS­ING EVENT Sun­day Sept. 30, 2 -4 PM at the Cooper Marsh Visi­tor Cen­ter, 20020 County Rd 2, Lan­caster, ON. For tick­ets: Mike (613-935-3301), mike. che­[email protected] This is a very pop­u­lar event so don’t miss it!

CASINO TRIP to Mont Trem­blant on Wed­nes­day, Oct. 10. Info: 613- 932- 6534. Pro­ceeds to­ward St. Joseph’s Con­tin­u­ing Care Cen­tre.

ALZHEIMER SO­CI­ETY Monthly sup­port group meet­ings for fam­i­lies and for those liv­ing with de­men­tia. Call 613 932-4914 for times and lo­ca­tions (English and French).

“WAR IS OVER” Glen­garry His­tory’s Com­mem­o­ra­tive Cen­ten­nial WWI Din­ner fea­tures 3 prom­i­nent His­to­rian Speak­ers. Oc­to­ber 18: Cock­tails at 6 pm. Lan­caster Le­gion Hall. Tick­ets or Info: 613 525-3806 or [email protected]­pa­ or glen­gar­ry­his­

2ND AN­NUAL FUNDRAISER GAR­DEN TEA PARTY AND FASHION SHOW Satur­day Oct. 13, 1:00 p.m. at The Kar­nak Hall, 3350 Sources Rd, Dol­lard des Ormeaux, QC. Pro­ceeds do­nated to the Mary Kay Ash Char­i­ta­ble Foun­da­tion to sup­port women liv­ing with can­cer and to pro­vide grants to women’s shel­ters and out­reach pro­grams. Prizes for best “English At­tire” and “Fan­ci­est Tea Cup”. At­ten­dees are en­cour­aged to bring their own tea cups. For in­for­ma­tion and tick­ets: 514-972-1654 or email djn_ [email protected]­

HER­ITAGE FAIR spon­sored by Her­itagePat­ri­moine Corn­wall, at the Corn­wall Pub­lic Li­brary on Satur­day, Sept 29 from 10am - 4pm. Part of Cul­ture Days cel­e­brated through­out On­tario from Sept 28-30. Par­tic­i­pants in­clude Her­itage-payt­ri­moine Corn­wall, Ge­neal­ogy and Ar­chives Saint Lau­rent, Ak­we­sasne Ge­neal­ogy, Chris Granger- Trains and Lines of East­ern ON, John Ark­sey-loyal Or­ange Lodge, Glen­garry Nor’wester’s and Loy­al­ist Mu­se­umWil­liamstown, Corn­wall Com­mu­nity Mu­seum and Former Gen­eral Hos­pi­tal- Down Mem­ory Lane Project.

TRI-COUNTY LIT­ER­ACY Need self- con­fi­dence? Want to set goals for the fu­ture? TriCounty Lit­er­acy Coun­cil is pleased to of­fer a FREE 4-Week Train­ing ti­tled “Choices” start­ing Oct. 15, 9- 11: 30am. WANT TO MAKE A DIF­FER­ENCE? Be­come a tu­tor in our adult men­tor­ing pro­gram. Tu­tor Train­ing Work­shop sched­uled for Oct. 11 and 18 1:30 to 4:30 pm. To reg­is­ter call 613-932-7161.

TUR­KEY PAR­ISH SUPPER Sun­day, Oct. 14 4-7:30 pm. Our Lady of The An­gels Par­ish. Roxborough Com­mu­nity Hall, St. Poly­carp St., Moose Creek.

LE CLUB DES AÎNÉ(E)S DE STE-THÉRÈSEDE-LISIEUX. Vous in­vite à nous join­dre, pour jouer dif­férents jeux de cartes ainsi que des fléchettes (dards) tout les mer­cre­dis après midi. Nous ser­vons gra­tu­ite­ment plusieurs soupers chauds les derniers mer­cre­dis du mois. Les mem­bres as­sidus sont éli­gi­bles pour un voy­age gra­tuit de fin de sai­son. Con­tactez: Denise, Vice Prési­dente 613-932-1805.

NAVY CLUB THURS­DAY SUPPER @5PM Dif­fer­ent menu weekly. Karaoke with Ge­orgie 5-9 pm. 30 Sixth St. E. Open to the pub­lic. 613-938-0285.

KNIGHTS OF COLUM­BUS SO­CIAL TEA ev­ery Tues­day from 11am-2pm at 205 Amelia St. Please join us!

SEEDS OF LOVE a SEASONAL FREE STORE Satur­day, Sept. 29th 1- 4 p. m. at Corn­wall Wes­leyan Church, 780 Syd­ney St. Cloth­ing, small ap­pli­ances, etc . Info: 613-527-1631

DEUX NOU­VELLES ACTIVITES ONT ETE AJOUTEES AU CEN­TRE CHARLES-ÉMILECLAUDE L’ac­tiv­ité Créa­tiv­ité avec Ash­ley avec une thé­ma­tique artis­tique dif­férente à tous les lundis pour tout le mois d’oc­to­bre. La 2e ac­tiv­ité ayant pour thème sur le Para­nor­mal. Cet ate­lier de 5 ren­con­tres ou dis­cus­sions en groupe débutera le 17 oc­to­bre In­téressé(e) ? 613-932-1035. Le Cen­tre Charles-émile-claude sera fermé le lundi 8 oc­to­bre pour l’ac­tion de Grâce. Nous sommes à la recherche de bénév­oles re­spon­s­ables pour or­gan­iser un club de lec­ture une fois par mois et pour or­gan­iser des cours de cui­sine au CCÉC. Vous pou­vez don­ner vos co­or­don­nées au CCÉC en télépho­nant au 613-932-1035.

ST. LAWRENCE SE­NIORS CLUB Bid Euchre Tour­na­ment, Wed. Oc­to­ber 13 from 10 am-2 pm ANAF 14 Marl­bor­ough. Light lunch, prizes, share the wealth. Info: Mag­gie 613-363-1753 or Bar­bara 613-935-7861.

SUN­DAY SCHOOL!! St. Fran­cis De Sales Par­ish of­fers a chil­dren’s liturgy pro­gram dur­ing 9:30 mass on Sun­day!! Per­fect for young fam­i­lies. Chil­dren from JK to grade 6 are wel­come, no reg­is­tra­tion re­quired!

SAMARITANS PURSE CHRIST­MAS SHOE BOX fill a shoe box for a needy child. 3 age groups (2-4 yrs)( 5-9) (10-14). Toys, school sup­plies etc. Drop off be­fore Nov. 15th at First Bap­tist Church 310 York/third St. Fur­ther info: www. samar­i­tanspurse. ca or Dorothy 613-936-9399

The third and fi­nal Through the Lands of the Lost Vil­lages bus tour of the year de­parted from the Lost Vil­lages Mu­seum at 1 p.m. on Sun­day, Sept. 23. The tour, which made sev­eral stops through­out the re­gion, cost $30 per per­son. A com­pli­men­tary bar­beque din­ner fol­lowed the tour at 5 p.m. “We cover ev­ery­thing and any­thing that hap­pened here be­tween the 1950s,” said Jim Brownell, the tour guide and past Pres­i­dent of the Lost Vil­lages His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety. Brownell lived through the cre­ation of the St. Lawrence Se­away and has done ex­ten­sive re­search on the topic.from left, Rod Mor­ri­son, a tour at­tendee, and Jim Brownell, past pres­i­dent of Lost Vil­lages His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety and tour guide.

(Shawna O’neill/tc Me­dia).

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