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The Minister Wore Pink

On Sunday, Dec. 13/09 the congregation of Central Westside was led in worship by the Sunday School teachers and students. The service was different but inspiring and the children did an excellent job in singing, reading, doing a skit and presenting a meaningful message. They chose to have a “pink” rather than a white gift time. They performed a skit taken (with permission) from an article in a newspaper down east. It was about a young boy who was bullied in school because he wore a pink shirt to school and how the other students rallied around him and wore pink shirts to school to show their support. The young folks in the Sunday School signed pledges stating they would not be bullies and come to the aid of those who were bullied. Of course, this was done with the idea that bullying is displeasing to God. All the Sunday School personnel wore pink in some form, as did most of the congregation who had been alerted beforehand. In keeping with the Christmas spirit of giving an offering was taken in pink baskets to aid the Women’s Crisis Centre. A pizza party with make it yourself sundaes followed the service for those who wished to stay. Hope you all have had a God focused blessed Christmas and look forward to a great New Year. Helen Hepburn

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