Feb
27
7:00 PM19:00

Conversations on Medical Assistance in Dying

Conversations on

Medical Assistance in Dying

St. John’s will be holding four study sessions on the topic "Decisions at the End of Life". Using the Study Guide published by the national church, four sessions with be held in February.

The sessions will be lead by Church Council member, Dr. Karl Looper (Psychiatrist-in-

Chief, Jewish General Hospital and professor in Psychiatry at McGill).

While each session is a unit in itself, participation in as many sessions as possible will give you the most meaningful experience.

Sessions are Wednesday evenings, with one session on a Saturday (as an alternative for those who can never attend on a Wednesday evening). Sessions are about 1½ to 2 hours in length.

Session One

Wednesday, February 6 at 7 pm

Where Are We Now?

And How Did We Get There?

Session Two

Saturday, February 16 at 10 am

A "Good Death"

Session Three

Wednesday, February 20 at 7 pm

Rights and Responsibilities,

Autonomy and Community

Session Four

Wednesday, February 27 at 7 pm

What Values Guide Our Work

as People of Faith?

If you would like to take a look through the Study Guide, you can look at it through the national church website: www.ELCIC.ca

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Feb
27
7:00 PM19:00

Conversations on Medical Assistance in Dying: Session Four

St. John’s will be holding four study sessions on the topic "Decisions at the End of Life". Using the Study Guide published by the national church, four sessions with be held in February.

The sessions will be lead by Church Council member, Dr. Karl Looper (Psychiatrist-in-Chief, Jewish General Hospital and professor in Psychiatry at McGill).

While each session is a unit in itself, participation in as many sessions as possible will give you the most meaningful experience.

Sessions are Wednesday evenings, with one session on a Saturday (as an alternative for those who can never attend on a Wednesday evening). Sessions are about 1½ to 2 hours in length.

Session Four

Wednesday, February 27 at 7 pm

What Values Guide Our Work

as People of Faith?

If you would like to take a look through the Study Guide, you can look at it through the national church website: www.ELCIC.ca

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Mar
2
6:00 PM18:00

Mardi Gras / Carnival

Get tickets here!

Join us on Saturday evening, March 2 for one last hurrah before Lent!     

Doors open for supper 6 p.m.;

music and dancing all evening;

Supper, wine, and live jazz ensemble (some of Mtl’s best!)

Carnival games. Wear a carnival costume, if you like!

Ticket price includes supper, dessert, 1st glass of wine and entertainment; more wine for purchase.

Adults $25 in advance or $30 at the door

Youth $10  Students $10 (or see Vicar Wiegmann or Pr. Dyck)

Children (13 and under) free.

This event is a St. John’s fund-raiser.

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Apr
13
9:00 AM09:00

Spring Craft Fair & Bake Sale

The success of any fundraiser relies on the participation and contributions of many, many people. To make the upcoming Spring Craft Fair & Bake Sale a success, we will need many volunteers to

prepare for the event

  • make noodles (dates to be confirmed shortly)

  • bake cakes, loaves, squares, cookies

  • cook meals (4 portions) and freeze. German recipes that freeze well will be gathered and made available in February

  • donate items for the Raffle

help out at the event. We need people to

  • sell goods at the bake table

  • sell tickets for meals (eat in or take out)

  • sell raffle tickets (before & at the event)

  • sell crafts at the St. John’s Crafters table

  • sell noodles, preserves & coffee

  • sell refreshments

help in the kitchen to

  • prepare the food for the meal

  • serve meals

If you can help, please contact the Secretary at 514-844-6297 or send an email to: Secretary@SaintJohnsLutheranMontreal.org

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Feb
20
7:00 PM19:00

Conversations on Medical Assistance in Dying: Session Three

Conversations on

Medical Assistance in Dying

St. John’s will be holding four study sessions on the topic "Decisions at the End of Life". Using the Study Guide published by the national church, four sessions with be held in February.

The sessions will be lead by Church Council member, Dr. Karl Looper (Psychiatrist-in-

Chief, Jewish General Hospital and professor in Psychiatry at McGill).

While each session is a unit in itself, participation in as many sessions as possible will give you the most meaningful experience.

Sessions are Wednesday evenings, with one session on a Saturday (as an alternative for those who can never attend on a Wednesday evening). Sessions are about 1½ to 2 hours in length.

Session Three

Wednesday, February 20 at 7 pm

Rights and Responsibilities,

Autonomy and Community

Session Four

Wednesday, February 27 at 7 pm

What Values Guide Our Work

as People of Faith?

If you would like to take a look through the Study Guide, you can look at it through the national church website: www.ELCIC.ca

View Event →
Feb
20
7:00 PM19:00

Conversations on Medical Assistance in Dying

Conversations on

Medical Assistance in Dying

St. John’s will be holding four study sessions on the topic "Decisions at the End of Life". Using the Study Guide published by the national church, four sessions with be held in February.

The sessions will be lead by Church Council member, Dr. Karl Looper (Psychiatrist-in-

Chief, Jewish General Hospital and professor in Psychiatry at McGill).

While each session is a unit in itself, participation in as many sessions as possible will give you the most meaningful experience.

Sessions are Wednesday evenings, with one session on a Saturday (as an alternative for those who can never attend on a Wednesday evening). Sessions are about 1½ to 2 hours in length.

Session One

Wednesday, February 6 at 7 pm

Where Are We Now?

And How Did We Get There?

Session Two

Saturday, February 16 at 10 am

A "Good Death"

Session Three

Wednesday, February 20 at 7 pm

Rights and Responsibilities,

Autonomy and Community

Session Four

Wednesday, February 27 at 7 pm

What Values Guide Our Work

as People of Faith?

If you would like to take a look through the Study Guide, you can look at it through the national church website: www.ELCIC.ca

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Feb
16
10:00 AM10:00

Conversations on Medical Assistance in Dying

Conversations on

Medical Assistance in Dying

St. John’s will be holding four study sessions on the topic "Decisions at the End of Life". Using the Study Guide published by the national church, four sessions with be held in February.

The sessions will be lead by Church Council member, Dr. Karl Looper (Psychiatrist-in-

Chief, Jewish General Hospital and professor in Psychiatry at McGill).

While each session is a unit in itself, participation in as many sessions as possible will give you the most meaningful experience.

Sessions are Wednesday evenings, with one session on a Saturday (as an alternative for those who can never attend on a Wednesday evening). Sessions are about 1½ to 2 hours in length.

Session One

Wednesday, February 6 at 7 pm

Where Are We Now?

And How Did We Get There?

Session Two

Saturday, February 16 at 10 am

A "Good Death"

Session Three

Wednesday, February 20 at 7 pm

Rights and Responsibilities,

Autonomy and Community

Session Four

Wednesday, February 27 at 7 pm

What Values Guide Our Work

as People of Faith?

If you would like to take a look through the Study Guide, you can look at it through the national church website: www.ELCIC.ca

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Feb
16
10:00 AM10:00

Conversations on Medical Assistance in Dying: Session Two

St. John’s will be holding four study sessions on the topic "Decisions at the End of Life". Using the Study Guide published by the national church, four sessions with be held in February.

The sessions will be lead by Church Council member, Dr. Karl Looper (Psychiatrist-in-Chief, Jewish General Hospital and professor in Psychiatry at McGill).

While each session is a unit in itself, participation in as many sessions as possible will give you the most meaningful experience.

Sessions are Wednesday evenings, with one session on a Saturday (as an alternative for those who can never attend on a Wednesday evening). Sessions are about 1½ to 2 hours in length.

Session Two

Saturday, February 16 at 10 am

A "Good Death"

Session Three

Wednesday, February 20 at 7 pm

Rights and Responsibilities,

Autonomy and Community

Session Four

Wednesday, February 27 at 7 pm

What Values Guide Our Work

as People of Faith?

If you would like to take a look through the Study Guide, you can look at it through the national church website: www.ELCIC.ca

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Feb
6
7:00 PM19:00

Conversations on Medical Assistance in Dying

St. John’s will be holding four study sessions on the topic "Decisions at the End of Life". Using the Study Guide published by the national church, four sessions with be held in February.

The sessions will be lead by Church Council member, Dr. Karl Looper (Psychiatrist-in-Chief, Jewish General Hospital and professor in Psychiatry at McGill).

While each session is a unit in itself, participation in as many sessions as possible will give you the most meaningful experience.

Sessions are Wednesday evenings, with one session on a Saturday (as an alternative for those who can never attend on a Wednesday evening). Sessions are about 1½ to 2 hours in length.

Session One

Wednesday, February 6 at 7 pm

Where Are We Now?

And How Did We Get There?

Session Two

Saturday, February 16 at 10 am

A "Good Death"

Session Three

Wednesday, February 20 at 7 pm

Rights and Responsibilities,

Autonomy and Community

Session Four

Wednesday, February 27 at 7 pm

What Values Guide Our Work

as People of Faith?

If you would like to take a look through the Study Guide, you can look at it through the national church website: www.ELCIC.ca

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