Annual Garage Sale Postponed

Our Annual Church Garage Sale, planned for April  25 has been postponed. New date to be determined. Please continue to set aside your treasures when you are doing your spring sorting of closets, drawers, the basement and garage! Set the items in a safe corner and hopefully we will reschedule our sale when all is safe. …

March 15 Worship Service is now on YouTube.

Today’s service is now on YouTube. We realize this isn’t ideal, but hopefully it allows everyone a chance to “gather” in a way that keeps everyone safe.  You will find the service at the same place you usually find the sermon.Click the < Sermon > button on the left of the menu bar above and then choose…

COVID19 Prevention at SJR

Illnesses associated with the new coronavirus are similar to several respiratory illnesses and include fever, dry cough, sore throat and headache. Most cases are mild to moderate with a subset experiencing more severe illness with shortness of breath and difficulty breathing. Reported signs and symptoms include: fever, coughing, difficulty breathing, pneumonia in both lungs. Prevention:…

New in the Book Nook

“24 Hours That Changed the World” by Adam Hamilton.  Walk with Jesus on his final day.  Sit beside him at the Last Supper.  Pray with him in Gethsemane.  Follow him to the cross.  Desert him.  Deny him.  Experience the resurrection! Lenten books are on display for you to borrow for 3 weeks with the option…

March Food Drive

Beginning March 8th and continuing until March 29th SJRUC is hosting its initial food drive for 2020 in support of the Region of Waterloo Food Bank. Collection stations will be set up in the usual locations within the church. Our three food drives, which took place in 2019, collected close to 1,000 pounds of food…

SJR’s Caring Bins

On a year-round basis, we collect a number of items that are used for various outreach ministries. Following is the list of items we currently collect: Used Eyeglasses & CasesUsed Postage Stamps: Sent to the Leprosy Mission. They are sold to stamp dealers. Monies are used to further their work. There is an active Leprosy…