This committee planned services throughout the year. The annual Lenten services
held jointly with our Saviors Lutheran church were again held.
Prayer shawls were given to ten individuals this year. The "Blue
Christmas" service was again held in December.
This dedicated group provided lunches for 7 funeral services this year.
Social Justice Committee:
Funds were donated this year to 10 organizations.
No new sponsorships were carried out this year. However, continued sponsorship is
ongoing for 5 refugees.
Registered are 19 children. Marja Hordern was Church School Coordinator until May.
A replacement has not yet been hired. Special events included Food Bank Sundays, Lenten
Supper, a Purple Party for Lent and numerous other events.
Trish McCarthy led the Youth Group until November when Alvin Yau was hired as Youth
Coordinator. Numerous events and projects are being planned for the coming year.
19 servers assist at the morning services.
All Were Meant To Be:
Discussions this year were centered on the book "The Meaning of Jesus: Two
Worked diligently at improving communications within the church as well as the
surrounding neighborhood, the diocese and the broader Anglican community.
Three events were arranged by this loosely knit group: The Stew Supper, the Welcome
Back Party and the New Years Party.
Events this year were the Bridge Tournament, the tea and bazaar in the fall. This
year $6,000 was transferred to All Saints Operating Fund. As well, several other donations
were made to other causes.
Catering was done for 13 functions in 2008, including a wedding , the turkey supper
and other meetings and workshops. $9,900 was transferred to the Church Operating Account.
Building and Grounds Committee:
This year there were no major works carried out. Regular required maintenance was
Administration and Finance:
The year closed with a surplus of $2,212. Total revenue was $225,737. There were
202 families on the Parish roll.