WEEKLY WORSHIP SERVICES: Sunday Holy Communion Service, 8am. Sunday Holy Eucharist Service, 10am. Wednesday Holy Communion Service, 10am.
CHURCH OFFICE HOURS: Wednesday - Friday, 10 am to 1 pm
THRIFT STORE: open from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm Fridays.
Saturday, 2 April 2016
April 1, 2016: Parish Email
Here are some things you should know
Good Bye David Pot luck Luncheon
This is an invitation to all of our community to join together in a potluck celebration at the end of the service on Sunday April 3rd. Please feel free to bring either a main dish, salad or dessert. We are looking forward to seeing everyone come out.
Centering Prayer will resume April 5
Bible Study will resume April 6
Sunday April 10 after church
Interested in helping maintain the building?
All welcome!! No experience needed
Friendship Friday. April 15th. 10 A.M. in the Hall
Guest Speaker: City of Kamloops Safety and Crime Prevention Tips
NAMES SUBMITTED FOR THE TERRITORY ARE:
Territory of the Central Interior (TCI)
Central Interior Anglican (CIA)
People of the Territory (POT)
Territory of the People (TOP)
Living Waters Territory (LWT)
Thompson River Territory (TRT)
Territory of kᵚukᵚscemxᵚ. (Thank You to one person)
Spring Cleanup – Save the date – April 23 will be the annual spring cleanup!
Invitation to Attend the Jewish Community of Kamloops Passover Seder Supper
The Jewish Community of Kamloops is inviting members and friends of (Kamloops United Church) to their Passover Seder Supper to be held on Saturday April 23 at 6:00 p.m. This year’s Seder supper will also be a fundraiser for the J.U.M.P. program that assists marginalized people in Kamloops. Adults - $35. Youth 12-18 - $25. and Children under 12 – Free. For tickets and more information contactJewishkamloops@gmail.com or call 250-819-5100.
St. Paul’s is hosting Equip this year on May 27-29
Listening with the Ear of our Hearts: The Art of Engaged Leadership in the Parish
This year’s guest speaker will be the Bishop of New Westminster – The Rt Rev Melissa Skelton
Stay tuned for more information
Sorrento Centre Corner
What can you learn this year at Sorrento Centre?
The 2016 program guide is available on line now! Plan your summer accordingly!
The Politics of the Open-Hearted: Climate Change and Courage
with Mardi Tindal and Dan Hines
Mardi Tindal and Dan Hines will host an exploration of politics and possibility, heartbreak and hope, grief, faith and courage in a time of global warming and climate change.
Our ‘blessed unrest’ includes informed, soulful and loving resistance to society and politics as it is. When our hearts break open, worthy questions arise for a better world: What is our personal healing work within the larger communal effort? How will we sustain our activism and together build community?
We will focus on interlocking habits of the heart: deeply invigorating patterns of receiving, interpreting, and responding with hope, in light of our experience. These habits involve our intellects, emotions, self-images, and concepts of meaning and purpose.
We will engage in dialogues focused on evocative texts and questions, experience silence, solitude and journaling for reflection, and tell stories from our own lives. These practices - and habits of the heart - are informed by the work of Parker J. Palmer and the Center for Courage and Renewal.