The flagship activity for the large West Highland community of people better than 50 years of age is JOY Fellowship.
To encourage mature adults to be actively involved, learning, smiling, and serving.
The program varies each month, with topics ranging from the light-hearted to health issues, to safety and practical living, just to name a few. We have a mid-morning coffee break plus a wonderful lunch meal at noon.
We average about 120 people at our gatherings and you will always be warmly received by this very friendly group!
We meet on the 3rd Thursday of each month. Join us for a morning of fellowship followed by a lunch at noon (cost: $8).
Great trouble exists in our world, particularly in southern Africa where disease and disasters are wiping out complete segments of the population. The effects of these catastrophes are most severely felt by the most vulnerable members of a society, the widow and the orphan.
Project HOPE seeks, through African partnerships, to develop effective long-term solutions that strengthen a community’s ability to care for their widows and orphans. They partner with existing indigenous church-based and para-church initiatives in southern African countries in order to promote sustainable widow and orphan care solutions.
They strategically come alongside vibrant, grassroots initiatives, increasing their capacity to help the widows and orphans within their scope of reach. This method maximizes the sustainability of projects, as they are ‘self-conceived’, while simultaneously reducing cost.
Project HOPE develops long-term relationships with partners providing accountability, expertise, encouragement and care for the whole person.
Learn more at www.projecthope.ca.
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