Community Breakfast: See you for breakfast on March 18th!

A chance to get together with your friends and neighbours for breakfast and a chat.
– 3 Saturdays a month 8 AM-10 AM, for the month of March
– First Saturday at: First Sackville Presbyterian, 60 Beaver Bank Road
– Second Saturday at: Lions Club, Old Beaver Bank Road
– Third Saturday at: St. John’s Anglican Church Hall, 934 Old Sackville Road.
– Pancakes, sausage, baked beans – Adults $8; Children Ages 6-12 years $5; Under 5 years – free.

St. John the Evangelist Health Studies Bursary at NSCC:  Aside from making a donation myself, how can I help grow the bursary? Talk to your friends, family, coworkers and social media contacts! Let them know how they can be part of the dream to provide an annual bursary to a student in the Practical Nursing, Return to Practical Nursing or Continuing Care Worker programs, and direct them to the NSCC Endowment Office at 902-220-1596 or Together we are helping to improve health care in Nova Scotia — one caregiver at a time! We can’t fix everything, but we can do something!

PWRDF: In the early morning of February 6, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake happened near the Turkish/Syrian border. More than 5,000 people were killed and thousands more injured, trapped beneath the rubble. Rescue and recovery work is continuing. To donate to this relief fund, use your blue envelope or a plain one with your envelope number on it, clearly marking it “Earthquake Relief”.
Please remember the important mission outreach branch of the Anglican Church of Canada, each month with the blue offering envelope in your box. There are a large variety of programs supported, both long and short term. Also disaster relief projects as they arrive. More information may be found at

Den (Sackville Library Youth Outreach) We are collecting food items for the Den. Granola bars, pasta bowls, juice boxes, any item that requires no cooking other than microwave. There will be a box provided at the back of the church.

Community Care Team: We are asking for volunteers to help at Beacon House in the food bank, cashier in boutique area and sorting. Training is available. For more info contact us via email; at

We are still collecting clear prescription pill bottles with tops – labels removed – for distribution in 3rd world countries, on behalf of a young boy who is a member of 1st Sackville Cub Pack. Please continue to bring them to church. Sheila King or Lois Whynot will collect them on a
regular basis. Thank you.

SAVE THE DATE! Vacation Bible Camp on the theme “How God Made Church” will take place July 10 -14, 2023 in the Hall from 9 am to 1 pm. A suggested donation per child is $25. for the week. (Maximum of $50. per family.) Please share this information with family and friends. All
children are welcome!