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ACTIVITIES, PROGRAMS & EVENTS

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Other Notices

Return of Church Keys…. The Property and Finance Committee would appreciate the return to the Church Office of any keys that are no longer being used. Thank you


Security of our Church Premises

A respectful reminder to all Church Groups, Committees, Teams and other Users of Burlington Baptist Church premises: please make sure all outside doors are locked when you leave the building. This may mean checking the control to the left of the East Door, to make sure the control is set to 'OUT ONLY'. Thank you for your co-operation.


Help for Circle of Friends

Our church is one of the partners sponsoring Circle of Friends (CoF) that meets at noon on Wednesdays at Burlington Baptist Church. We could use your help as CoF meet for a hot meal, conversation and offer information about opportunities to socialize in the community. We need help with some smaller tasks to lighten the work load:

 prepare on Tuesday in the church kitchen.

 

If you have some time, please call or email the office at Burlington Baptist Church 905-634-2477, office@burlngtonbaptist.com

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Adult Study Class

On Tuesday, September 11, the Adult Class will commence the study of The Lives of Great Christians. The course will be taught by Professor William R. Cook who holds the rank of Distinguished Teaching Professor of History at the State University of New York at Geneseo. He is an expert in medieval history, as well as the Renaissance and Reformation periods. The course will cover such early Christian luminaries as St. Paul, St. Anthony, and St. Augustine, to later figures such as St. Benedict, Bernard of Clairvaux, and Francis of Assisi, to more modern figures like John Wesley, Dietrich Bonhoffer, and Martin Luther King. Each class lasts two hours (2 – 4 pm on Tuesdays) and includes the viewing of two 30-minute lectures each followed by discussion. For further information see Lorne Ogden.