- Entry is open to all of God’s people.
- Entries are to be submitted by the photographer
- Entries are to have been taken within the current year – 2015.
- Entries are limited to four (4) per person.
- Please include your name, phone number on the back of the photo.
- A title and/or comments as to why the entry depicts FOOD FOR THE JOURNEY are encouraged.
- Please indicate if you wish your photographs returned.
- First, second and third place will be acknowledged with a certificate.
- Two “Honourable Mentions” not already placed in top 3 will also be acknowledged with a certificate.
- All acknowledged photographs will appear in St. Paul’s Circular.
- All photographs will be displayed in the cathedral
- 4 x 6 prints may be dropped off at 360 Nicola Street.
- Prints may be sent by email (jpeg) to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, 31 October 2015
Parish Update: October 30, 2015
Hello St. Paul’s Family
Here are a few things you may need to know.
Day light savings time – Night!
Fall back people – fall back! Turn your clocks back 1 hour J
Soup- OUR FREEZER IS EMPTY!!!!!
The visitors requiring soup have not slowed down with the change of the season and even with the generous additions from the Sorrento Centre kitchen we are completely out!! If you can please refill the freezer with soup. There are empty yogurt containers in the kitchen.
Thank you SO much!
Congratulations to The Reverends Tom and Sandra Sugden on their recent installation as Canons.
St. Paul's Artists bring you images from Ordinary Time. In a two phase exhibit (October and January) during the seasons of Ordinary Time, we explore the holy in the everyday and everywhere. We invite you to consider life between the highs and lows and how it is that we find God in those spaces. From (250-578-7595) and from creative works on this theme will hang in the sanctuary. For more information contact Jennifer Ste Marie
Out of the Cold - The out of the cold program will operate this year on both Sunday and 250-573-3430 or Christine Jeffries @ nights. We are going to need more volunteers to help run this extra day. Volunteers are needed in the following areas: making beds, cooking, making breakfast, morning clean up and more! If you are interested please contact Bud Forbes @ 250 318-0236 or come to the
REMEMBRANCE DAY MEMORIES
Join us for a delicious dinner, followed by Songs and Stories from the War
Years. All are welcome. , at .St. Paul’s Cathedral,
360 Nicola Street.
Adults $12.00, Children $5.00, Family $35.00. For tickets please call the Trish at 250-374-1484, the Cathedral office at 250-372-3912, or Roger at 250-374-2316.
Please buy your tickets early or call to reserve, as we hate to turn folks away the night of the dinner.
The Moose Dinner – 250-374-4276 or Shirlee @250-828-2619 or the office @250-376-3243 at St. George’s Parish hall – 308 Royal Ave. Doors open at and dinner is at . Tickets are $15 for adults or $5 for kids. Call for tickets Eloise @
Parish members are welcome to 250-372-5594. Peace & Justice lunch meeting to be held at Painted Pony Restaurant @ followed by tour of Boys and Girls club , John Tod Centre, 150 Wood St, North Kamloops. The Boys and Girls club was our May Outreach and we are following up with them for a tour of their new facilities. RSVP Joy Gothard
Remains: First Nations Churches of BC
Art show by Brian Kipp
St. Paul’s Cathedral Hall
360 Nicola st
Prints will be available for sale, all proceeds to St. Paul’s Cathedral
For more information please contact Elaine Parkes – 250-374-2316
PWRDF 2015 Christmas Cards Available in packs of 12 and may be ordered directly from PWRDF by calling: 1-866-308-7973FREE or 416-924-9199, ext. 318
A Poster of card images & verse and ordering details are on the Peace 7 Justice bulletin board in the hall.
ST. PAUL’S 9th ANNUAL PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST 2015
THEME: FOOD FOR THE JOURNEY
Photos depicting who, what, where or how you are/have been inspired in faith and hope on your journey through this year of change at St. Paul’s.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: TH
RECIPIENTS AWARDED: ND
GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSIONS:
GIVE IT YOUR BEST SHOT!
Creating Trustworthy Communities - “A Workshop on Interpersonal Relationships, Boundaries and Communication Skill Development”
DATE: Saturday, November 28, 2015.
PLACE: St. Paul's Anglican Cathedral, 360 Nicola St., Kamloops, BC
Lunch will be provided. Please bring a notebook and pen.
There is NO CHARGE to attend; this event is open to anyone who is interested.
Clergy, Wardens, Pastoral Elders, Lay Ministers of Word & Sacrament, Youth Leaders, Sunday school teachers, and Parish Volunteers should attend this workshop. Certificates will be issued to all participants at the end of training day; the certificate is valid for three years. Please pre-register by calling 250-376-3243 (St. George's.) Thank you!
Chant, Chart, and Converse Workshop
“Behold what you are, Become what you receive”
St. Paul’s Cathedral – 360 Nicola
Light lunch provided
Participant are limited to 25
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