Low Impact Fitness Class on Zoom

Hi Everyone…Happy New Year!!!

John and I are teaching a one hour ZOOM class twice a week for 6 weeks starting on Tuesday, Jan 12 @ 10 a.m and Thursday, Jan 14 @ 9 a.m.  The Tuesday class is already full but the Thursday class is open for registration as of today…there are only 12 spots available.

Our “upbeat” class delivers a solid cardio, strength/stretch workout keeping you physically fit while offering an option to either stand or sit in a chair to get into shape for 2021…

Cost is $13.50 for the full 6 weeks…which works out to only $2.25 per class.

If you are interested in joining us every week for some fun and fitness …plse click on the links below to register and sign up…also, if you know of anyone else that might be interested please pass this email onto them for us…tnks!

We hope to see all of your “smiling faces” on ZOOM …

Stay Safe,
John & Rozie

Registration is https://ca.apm.activecommunities.com/activewaterloo/Create_Account

Class link is https://ca.apm.activecommunities.com/activewaterloo/Activity_Search/low-impact-fitness-cardio-strength-stretch-online/13571

PLEASE NOTE:  We will be running this class every 6 weeks into May so if Tuesday suits better then Thursday or you would want both days you can get it next session.  All participants who have signed up for this class must register again every 6 weeks…

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WHY@Breakfast Presentation

WHY@Breakfast will be hosting an online event on Saturday, February 6th, 2021, from 9:30 AM to 11 AM via Zoom.

The online presentation by Sister Eileen Power, CND is titled “Full of Grace,” fingering the beads. 

See attached poster: here

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A Christmas Message From Fr. Aleks

What a year! Definitely one we will never forget.  You may probably hear a saying that the only good thing about 2020 is that it will be finished soon! This year however has been filled with many blessings as well.

While I’ve been reflecting on this year, I had thoughts of generosity and good will.  People have reached out to those who needed help. I’ve heard good stories of people helping elderly neighbours who did not want to expose themselves to crowds.  Store workers who have been tirelessly filling food orders, and keeping grocery stores open. Factory workers who keep our economy going.  Doctors and nurses who have sacrificed their own health in order to keep our healthcare system operating.  We just need to take a few moments to look around us to really see the goodness in others. I hope we have all played a part in making this pandemic less burdensome for others.

As of December 26, our St. Agnes Church will be closed once again for 28 days.  While we cannot gather together in communal prayer for the Eucharist, always remember that God is with us wherever we are.  I ask that you and your family take the time to thank God for the gift of His Son. Say “happy birthday Jesus”!

Some desolate people have said… where is God in this pandemic?  Well, God shows Himself through the good works of others.  If we look for the bad only, then we become blinded to the goodness of others.  This Christmas especially, let the LIGHT OF CHRIST into your heart, into your home.  The darkness of this pandemic will eventually pass if we let the True Light shine!

Merry Christmas!

Fr. Aleks Mazur

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