Sicamous United Church
Please feel welcome and invited to our regular Sunday Worship 10 AM at Sicamous United.
It is a pleasure to have our doors open again and be able to meet and greet the community after the challenge of the past year.
A year that provided us an opportunity to focus inwards; to take care for ourselves, our families and our neighbours.
We should remain conscious of physical distancing, avoid close contact and practice good hand washing or sanitizing. Masks are still mandated for indoors until you are seated.
Welcome Back! It’s good to see you.
Meetings in the church building such as AA and Alanon continue. The Thrift Shop is open Thursday- Saturday.
If your message is for the church, the email is email@example.com. It is checked regularly.
Rev Sun-Young (Sunny) Kim can be found in the Thrift Shop each Friday morning between 10 and 12; usually in the book room sorting books. I’m sure she’d be happy to have you stop by to chat with for her while she’d sorting books.
You can leave a message for Rev Sunny at 250 836-4390 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org outlining your needs, concerns and requests. She’ll get back to you as soon as she’s able. She sends Blessings.
The virus is still out there. Please remain aware of the need for good cautionary measures like hand sanitizing, maintaining distance and limiting contact numbers.
Hand sanitizer will be available the door and one-way traffic will continue with entry and exit through separate doors. Customers will be asked to aid the cashier with bagging their own purchases.
“Seniors Only” (over 65) shopping in the Thrift Shop Thursday mornings between 9 – 10 before regular hours.
Watch for postings on Facebook for the Thrift Shop. Halloween costumes are now out. The next $3 Bag Days will be October 29 & 30.
Use of debit cards in the Thrift Shop has gained popularity; with increased use.
Thank you to our Volunteers for their continuing commitment to the shop and community.
Have you met Brenda? Brenda has been with the Thrift Shop manager since February. She is very familiar with the ‘workings’ of the Shop; delighted with the solid commitment and caring of our volunteers.
While the generosity of the community is appreciated, she has not been impressed with the wanton disrespect for the property and the vandalism that has been happening all too frequently at night in the yard.
Items left when the Shop isn’t open present a challenge. Thank you for helping us keep the drive clear by dropping items off when the Shop is open.
Leave a message with your name and number at 250-836-4390 to seek assistance or for information re donating goods to the shop. Also see the Thrift Shop page.