This weekly event is open to everyone [although we don’t provide child care], so if you find you have a lunch hour free, please join us in the church hall, starting at 11:30 on Wednesdays, for coffee and fellowship, followed by devotions, lunch for $5, and a different presentation each week. We adjourn at 1:00.
For regularly updated information, see the bulletin and newsletter, the website and the bulletin board by the lounge.
If you have any questions or comments about the programme, please contact Ellen McIntosh by phone (519) 497‐9534 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sept 20 Ernie Nullmeyer: How I Triumphed Over Multiple Traumas
A Message of Hope & Inspiration. After careers as a pastor, broadcaster, counsellor and entrepreneur, Ernie moved to Waterloo and now regularly attends Knox and W@K. Referring to his book, How I Triumphed Over Multiple Traumas, he will share his experiences and explain the principles he used to build a foundation for a triumphant life.
Sept 27 Clarence Cachagee: Update on SHOW (Supportive Housing of Waterloo)
Life of One Resident Clarence first spoke to W@K in our first year ‐ 2011. Since then, he has continued to grow and develop his contribution to the community. He will share more of his story, how he has completed his education, connected with his Indigenous spiritual roots, learned drumming, and gained employment at House of Friendship.
Oct 4 Tim Wolfe: Urban Forestry Challenges
Tim will share his knowledge of the many challenges of managing an urban forest, including the importance of maintaining tree diversification and the on‐going battle to control the effects of the Emerald Ash Borer.
Oct 11 George MacAskill: Volunteering: What’s the Big Deal?
George will share his thoughts about what volunteering has meant to him, and how volunteering enriches individual and community life. Today, we will also enjoy a post-Thanksgiving meal, catered by Angie’s Kitchen. Tickets are $12‐, and will be sold from Wednesday, Sept. 27th to Sunday, Oct. 8th at the Welcome Desk.
Oct 18 To Be Announced
Oct 25 Dr. Eileen Wood: Me and My Memory
Dr. Wood is professor of psychology at WLU, with memory as one of her research interests. Her talk will be of interest to anyone who has concerns about memory loss.
Nov 1 Grace Ibrahima: Illiteracy of My Life
Grace will share her experiences of overcoming limited education and her views on the importance of literacy.
Nov 8 Band of Friends: Singalong
Come ready to sing out with this talented and lively band as they lead us in popular tunes from recent and not so recent decades.
Nov 15 Brice Balmer: Interfaith Dialogue
Nov 22 Linda Ashfield: Connections Between Generations
Nov 29 To Be Announced
Dec 6 Gordon Coyne: Vimy Revisited: Three Who Made a Difference
Focusing on the contributions of Walter Allward, Sir Fabian Ware, and Col. John McCrae, Gordon will not retell the story of Vimy Ridge, but give an appreciation of the aftermath, with words and pictures.
Dec 13 Christmas Luncheon catered by Angie’s Kitchen
Please join us for our traditional Christmas Luncheon. Tickets are $12‐ and will be on sale from Wednesday, Nov. 22th to Sunday, Dec. 10th during coffee hour. The menu will be posted on the bulletin board and available at the Welcome Desk on Wednesday and Sunday mornings. For our final gathering of 2017, we’ll also enjoy singing carols together.