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NOTICES AT A GLANCE - more details below  1. Live streaming at 10:30 am and order of service  2. COVID Worship Restrictions Lifted  3. Sunday, June 26: Outdoor Service & Pride Parade  4. Church Office summer hours  5. Choir Camp – July 18-22  6. Altar Flowers for August  7. New Podcast Episode  8. Prayer List  9. Help St. Aidan’s win $20,000 for Outreach 10. Food Bank Items Wanted11. Offerings AND NOW THE DETAILS: 1.  Live Streaming at 10:30am and Order of ServiceFor those who are not comfortable attending services in person, or are unable to attend, we are live streaming the 10:30am Sunday services via Zoom at the link below: 647-374-4685Meeting ID: 916 2846 6455Passcode: 548507The order of service for the Pentecost Season can be accessed by clicking the link here: COVID Worship Restrictions LiftedEffective June 5, the Diocese of Toronto has lifted all gathering and worship restrictions related to COVID. This means that masks are now optional. At this point we must all respect that the decision to wear a mask, or not wear one, is a personal one. Please continue to monitor yourselves for COVID-related symptoms and stay home whenever you are not feeling well. As part of the lifting of restrictions, the Common Cup will now be offered during Holy Communion. No one who receives the Bread is obligated to drink from the Cup. Please remember that the practice of intinction (dipping the wafer in the wine) is not permitted in the Diocese of Toronto. 3. Sunday, June 26: Outdoor Service & Pride ParadeWeather permitting we will be holding the 10:30 service outside, followed by a pot-luck picnic lunch. Immediately following, many of us (including kids) will make our way downtown for the 2pm annual Pride Parade. We will be joining other Anglicans from across the Diocese and marching together. This is important because, as we say at the beginning of our services, “we know that love is love.” If you would like to be part of the St. Aidan’s group going to the parade, please contact Gemma or Jeff. 4. Church Office Summer HoursPlease note that the Church Office is open from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm Tuesday to Thursday during June, July and August.  Please have notices in to the Church Office by Wednesday noon. 5. Choir Camp July 18-22St. Aidan’s is happy to announce Choir Camp!, a week long day camp running from July 18-22. Children ages 6-14 are in invited to enrol in this exciting new program run by St. Aidan's own Gemma Snider and Michael Pirri. Camp days will be filled with a variety of activities, including group choral rehearsals, small group music making, and more. Registration is $100 for the week and spots are limited, so reserve now! For more information or to begin registration, contact, we can't wait to see you there. 6. Altar Flowers for AugustThere are multiple spots open for a flower dedication in August. If you are interested, the cost is $80 for the two vases. Please contact Hian-Lie Liem at 416-706-3775 or at 7. New Podcast Episode!The parish podcast - Boardwalk Talk - features a brand new episode, an in-depth interview with Lucy Reid. She reflects on her experiences growing up in a village in England, her early desire to be a priest, her move to Canada to be ordained, working in various places, including 17 years as a chaplain at the University of Guelph, raising three children with her spouse David, and lessons learned along the way. 8. Prayer ListIf there are people you would like us to pray for in church on Sundays, please write their names (first name only) in the folder that is on the cabinet in the narthex, before you go through the second set of doors into the sanctuary. There is one page for every two Sundays, so you may write the name on later pages if desired. 9. Help St. Aidan’s win $20,000 for Outreach The Great Canadian Giving Challenge from Canada Helps - support our annual Moorelands Send-a-Kid to Camp campaign and/or The Beach Cares support of Syrian/Ukrainian refugees while entering St. Aidan’s into the contest.  Click here to make your donation: Canada Helps: St. Aidan's Church  For more details about this opportunity click here: Food Bank Items WantedWe are once again collecting non-perishable food items for the Grace Pascoe Care Centre food bank and the St. John’s Norway food pantry. Please place them in the basket in the narthex. Thank you!11. OfferingsYour regular offerings support the mission and ministry of St Aidan's, and we thank you.  There are a variety of ways to make a donation: