Share your favourite dish and stories with friends on Sunday, May 24th at St. Paul’s. Dinner beginning at 5:30 pm followed by games, presentations and lots of fun. Volunteers are required to set up, serve food and clean up. If you can help, please contact the office….250-656-3213 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us after Worship on Sunday, May 17th for a BB’Q Hot Dog Luncheon to raise funds for the United Church’s Camp on Shawingan Lake. St. Paul’s has been a consistent supporter of Camp Pringle and the new Camp Rep, Kezia will be on hand to answer all of your questions. Enjoy a hot dog or veggie dog, assorted vegetables, cupcakes and an ice cream treat, all by donation. See you there!
St. Paul’s and the Performers of Keep the Home Fires Burning are sorry to announce the cancellation of both concerts due to unforeseen circumstances. If you purchased a ticket at St. Paul’s or Tanner’s Books, please return the ticket to the church office for a full refund. Please call 250-656-3213 for office hours.
St. Paul’s is always accepting warm, clean clothing, coats, jackets, socks,
mits, gloves and hats for both men and women.
We also collect tooth paste and tooth brushes, combs, dental floss, soap,
shaving creams and razors and all forms of personal hygiene products.
St. Paul’s has a very active Library Committee supplying new books and media each month. We’ve just added some exciting and thought provoking books: Fields of Blood: religion and the history of violence by Karen Armstrong, Phyllis Tickel, evangelist of the future, edited by Tony Jones and Searching for Sunday: loving, leaving and finding the Church by Rachel Held Evans, just to name a few. There are also some new donations including Philomena: a mother, her son and a fifty-year search by Martin Sixsmith. We encourage you to borrow books and dvd’s. There is a nice selection of children’s material, perfect for visiting guests this summer.