Sicamous United Church
Regular Sunday Worship Services at Sicamous United has resumed.
All are WELCOME!
Masks are recommended for those aged 12 and up who have not been fully vaccinated (as of July 1). People should remain conscious of close contact and practice good hand washing/sanitizing.
After this long period of not holding “in church” services, it is a delight to open our doors and be able to meet and greet the community. This past year was not only a challenge but an opportunity for us to focus inwards; to take care for ourselves, our families and our neighbours. Welcome Back! It’s good to see you Kept Well.
Meetings in the building such as AA and Alanon continue. The Thrift Shop is open Thursday- Saturday.
You can leave a message for Rev Sunny at 250 836-4390 or email her at email@example.com outlining your needs, concerns and requests. She’ll get back to you as soon as she’s able.
If your message is for the church, the email is firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at 250 836-4390. Both are checked regularly.
Rev Sun-Young (Sunny) Kim moved to Sicamous from Kimberley, BC . She is enjoying Sicamous.
“Seniors Only” (over 65) shopping in the Thrift Shop Thursday mornings between 9 – 10 before regular shop hours.
New manager at the Thrift Shop.
Have you come in to meet Brenda. She has been with the Thrift Shop since February. She is delighted with the commitment and caring of our volunteers as well as the generosity of the community. She is definitely not impressed with the wanton disrespect for property and vandalism that has been happening all too frequently at night in the yard.
If you happen to see Kerri, pass on our thanks for all the work she accomplished in the Thrift Shop . She and our exceptional volunteers did a phenomenal job updating the Shop and keeping it open during 2020.
With moving to Stage 3, the precautions put in place re COVID-19 last year should not be discarded. The virus is still out there. Please remain aware of the need for good cautionary measures like hand washing/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.
Use of debit cards in the Thrift Shop has gained popularity. The machine is receiving increased use.
Thank you to our Volunteers for their continuing commitment to the shop and community.
Please do not drop off goods at this time. 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.