190th Anniversary Congregational Dinner ~ Saturday, October 20th
RA Centre on Riverside Drive
$30 per person
6pm - Doors Open at 5:30
(Tickets are on sale after each service in Grant Hall and Downstairs at coffee hour)
Anniversary Sunday worship, October 21st, one service at 11 am.
Guest minister is Rev. Dr. Andrew Johnston.
To celebrate our 190th Anniversary, a celebratory Congregational Dinner is planned at the RA Centre on Riverside Drive. Doors open 5:30 with dinner slated to begin at 6:00.
The Junior Choir will be performing. There will be an excellent guest speaker, Peter Tilley, Executive Director of the Ottawa Mission. An organization that our congregation has long supported.
Rev. Andrew Johnston will be dining with us and doing the service the next day.
Tickets are on Sale after each service in Grant Hall and Downstairs at coffee hour. Price is $30 each. This is an excellent price due to the support of the Memorials committee, who are directing the program and supplementing in a substantial way our dinner price.
Big thank you for the memorials committee who works tirelessly in the background for our church.
Thank you and look forward to seeing you there. Come join what will be an excellent celebration for the oldest Protestant church in Ottawa.
2451 Riverside Dr, Ottawa, ON K1H 7X7
Executive Director, Ottawa Mission
Peter stepped into the leadership role at The Ottawa Mission in June 2013 after 14 years as Executive Director of the Ottawa Food Bank. Prior to working at the Ottawa Food Bank, he worked for 5 years as a manager in the recruitment industry and, previous to that, was the front office manager with one of Ottawa’s largest downtown hotels. Peter actively serves, or has served, on several national, provincial and local boards and committees. He is also an Algonquin College Alumni, having graduated from the 3 year Business Management program several years ago.
REV. DR. ANDREW JOHNSTON
Guest Minister, Sunday October 21st - 11:00
The theme for Dr Johnston’s sermon is like a tree planted by a river, deeply rooted and bearing fruit. It comes from Psalm 1: 1 – 3. As we celebrate our 190th this theme speaks to our past, present and future.