With a message of the meaning of Shrove Tuesday a good number partook in the wonderful spread of pancakes, sausages and toppings Sunday morning. The syrups, whipped cream and fruit blends kept us coming back for more. As did, the delicious quiche, muffins and mini cakes. A feast truly enjoyed with our family and friends as we reflect on the purpose of Shrove Tuesday.
Thank you to all who contributed to the success of this event.
The Season of Lent is upon us. During this season at Sicamous United Church, as we strive to be closer to God and learn to resemble Jesus more, we will learn about the Gospel of Mark and study the message of the passion, death, and resurrection of Jesus. Blessed be our Lenten journeys…
Do you read the Bible? Are you familiar with the biblical books and the messages they teach? Starting from July 10th, 2022, we are starting mini biblical lessons during the story time. We begin with the beginning of the Old Testament. Extra! Extra! Learn all about it!
Dr. Henry extended the no meeting period, so we will not have a Christmas eve service. It will feel weird and you might think it doesn’t feel like Christmas. But let us remember, by staying home and not meeting, we are contributing to the stop of the virus and saving lives. Taking actions and making sacrifices for others is what Christianity is all about. So let us remember what Jesus’ ministry stood for as we welcome Christmas in isolation and quiet family time. I encourage you to participate in an online Christmas eve service and light a candle at home. Look for links to Christmas related services and carols, so we can still celebrate Christmas wherever we are. I will miss meeting with you.
Last month’s “in house” trial $2 Bag Day met with success; encouraging us to restart the regular sale with the last consecutive Friday and Saturday in the month being $2 Bag Days (clothing and shoes only).
This Friday and Saturday October 30 and 31 are $2 Bag Days. Please drop by. You’ll find a wonderful array of Halloween items.
We thank you for supporting the Thrift Shop. Be well.