Youth Activities from Heather
July 15, 2021

Compassion Camp Sunday Worship:
Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.
You can also dial in using your phone.
Canada (Toll Free): 1 888 299 1889
Access Code: 386-235-597
New to GoToMeeting? Get the app now and be ready when your first meeting starts:

On site activities will be held in 2 locations (outdoor meet-ups weather permitting), registration required as we will be following distancing and gathering protocols: click here to see the full schedule. 
Click on the image to watch the video.
Elijah in the Wilderness
When we meet Elijah in our Bible story, he is fleeing for his life. Elijah has just received a death threat from King Ahab’s wife Jezebel. Elijah is upset as he travels across the border into Judah, where he might be safe. Then he leaves his servant and continues for another day’s travel, before settling down under a tree. Elijah is completely alone, exhausted, and full of hopelessness. He asks God for death: “It is enough; now, O Lord, take away my life, for I am no better than my ancestors.”
But God does not send death to Elijah. Instead, an angel comes, and touches him, and says: “Get up and eat.” Elijah discovers bread, and water. He eats and drinks and lays down; and again, the angel comes to touch him, and offer him food. Elijah’s spirit and his body are strengthened and Elijah is strong enough to travel on for forty days and forty nights, until he reaches Horeb, the mount of God, where the word of God comes to him.

Table Talk
1 Kings 19:5-8 Elijah sat down under a tree. He was discouraged, tired, and hungry. He felt alone. He was tired of fighting against Ahab and Jezebel. He was tired of running. He prayed and told God that he wanted to die. Finally, Elijah fell asleep. An angel gently woke Elijah up, leaving him something to eat and drink. Elijah ate and fell back asleep. A second time an angel woke up Elijah and left him food. Elijah ate and continued in the strength of that food for 40 days and 40 nights. God helped Elijah.

• Tell about a time you wanted to give up, but you didn’t. What helped you keep going?
• Elijah had perseverance, which means to continue regardless of obstacles or circumstances.
• Elijah had physical needs, what were they and how were they met?
• List some ways you show yourself compassion and take care of your physical needs.

Craft and Activities
Click on the image to print and colour it.
Click on the image to print this maze.
Click on the image for complete details - all the links are there for you to get started.
Free Camp-in-a-Boxes!
Our popular Camp-in-a-Box program is back - and this year it can be free! Our popular Camp-in-a-Box program is back - and this year it can be free! When you order your box, you will have the option to "pay what you can", which includes a $0 option. By way of a generous donation, we have 250 boxes to give out at no cost, so here is your chance to get in on a whole lotta camp spirit for a whole lotta nothing!
Order your Camp-in-a-Box here! We are accepting orders until July 18th.
Congratulations to our 2021 Graduates!
May God Bless you on the next part of your life’s journey!
College Graduate:
-Elita Grace has graduated from the Event Planning program at Centennial College. She is currently living and working in the tourism industry in Collingwood. 
Grade 12 Graduates:
-Remson has now graduated from GCI and will be attending Fanshawe College in Sept. for Police Foundations.
-Melina has also graduated high school and will be going to Western University in September for Kinesiology.
Grade 8 Graduates:
Music For Everyone to Enjoy

For more great music check out the play list on Spotify, “Compassion Camp VBS and Every Voice by Kira Willey
God of Compassion,
Every living thing has needs.
We breathe, eat, drink and rest.
We are like Elijah, rebuilding our bodies with your compassion.
When we feel weak, tired, or discouraged, please help us to remember that we are not alone.
Thank you for providing strength to carry on through Jesus.
Community Gardening Event
Our children and youth are helping our “wildflowers” grow. These flowers were donated by Liz R. and delivered to our families by Brian H. We will be posting the growth of ALL our wild ones over the summer months.

Our plants are growing at the Makila house and so are Dan and Mira.

How is your garden growing?
July Birthdays To Celebrate
Happy Birthday

July 1 - Wilson
July 1 – Katelyn
July 14 – Myra

We don’t want to miss anyone’s birthday. If you or someone in your family has a birthday this month please let Heather know.
The Youth eBlast is being sent to all congregants as you may wish to share the activities with those outside of the church. If you do not wish to get the Youth eBlast news, you can unsubscribe by replying to this email, asking to unsubscribe or using the unsubscribe link at the bottom.
IMPORTANT: If clicking on unsubscribe below, when prompted be sure to remove the check beside the "unsubscribe all", and only uncheck the eBlast newsletter. (The mailing lists have changed to allow you to unsubscribe from any type of newsletter per request.)
Trillium United Church | 519-653-6601 |450 King St E Cambridge |