The horrific news that the remains of 215 children were found in a mass grave at the site of the Kamloops Residential School has created a sense of shock and deep grief for so many. We grieve with all who grieve in this time of sorrow. Hear are some prayers, resources and responses that mightContinue reading “A Time for Mourning and Support”
Calling all knitters and crafty people. The plan is to join the “Yarn Bomb” project organized by the The Penticton Art Gallery and “yarn bomb” a tree in front of the church. We do this by creating knitted or crocheted squares that are then sewn together, to wrap a tree in front of the church.Continue reading ““Yarn Bombing””
Thank you to all those who turned out for the work party at the church last week. And a special thank you to Gordon Houston who has done so much work on the grounds of the church in the past couple of weeks. If you would be interested in doing a bit of yard work, thereContinue reading “Yard Clean UP”
For the Love of Creation, is a faith-based initiative for Climate action. They have created a resource for connecting with nature. Download the full document here.
World Day of Prayer is happening in 2021 but in a different way. You can watch online at wicc.org any day from Feb. 15 to the end of September 2021. The usual worship service usually held the first Friday in March is on line on the front page of wicc.org This is one of the different ways to beContinue reading “World Day of Prayer 2021”
21 Things You May Not Know About the Indian Act by Bob Joseph This year during Lent we are reading the book 21 Things You May Not Know about the Indian Act by Bob Joseph. This is a four-week, ecumenical book study with St. Saviour’s Anglican Church, Our Redeemer Lutheran Church and Oasis United Church.Continue reading “Lent Book Study”
Dear Friends, As if COVID19 has not been enough to bring us to our knees, calling us to the best of ourselves, we now watch our neighbours and friends to the south live into the reality of political insurrection, prompted to violence by human brokenness and need. And it could get worse. We have noContinue reading “Message from Rev. Blair Odney, President, Pacific Mountain Regional Council”
Join us for our Christmas Eve Service, December 24, 7pm, online. Contact the church office for the Zoom sign-in information.