Northlea United Church invites you to Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper Serving pancakes from 6 to 6:45 pm.
Lots of great eats and fun for all! All Welcome!
No fixed price, a donation jar contribution to benefit Youth Without Shelter.
Following the Pancake Supper, you are invited to attend the Ash Wednesday Eve Service, starting at 7:15, in the Sanctuary on the main floor.
Kindred Spirits is a group of women, of all ages, who will come together, in an open forum to discuss social issues and explore matters of the heart connected to these topics.
The group will hold its second meeting on February 20th in the church community room from 7-9pm.
The theme for this gathering is #MeToo#NowWhat? Oprah said it: “For too long, women have not been heard or believed…A new day is on the horizon” Let’s come together and revisit Oprah’s speech at the Golden Globe Awards. We’ll watch the video and talk about how we really feel.
This event will be a social and sharing with lots of conversation and sweet & savoury pot luck to go along with the fun!
This is how it works: each participant will bring a dish (of your choice) to be shared with the group and we will have tea. Bring your mom, your sister, your daughter and your girlfriends.
To RSVP please contact Raeleen Sparks at email@example.com
This is an opportunity for members of the community to connect, reflect on, and discuss what democracy in our context means and how we can participate in it from a secular and a faith perspective. It will help those participating to identify their own strategies for serving the world given the many challenges facing democratic societies today.
Christmas Eve Services – December 24th
Family service ~ 7:00 p.m.
Join us for a special Christmas Eve service with pageant. Children, youth and adults will be welcomed to don costumes and participate in telling the story.
Candles and Communion Service ~ 11:00 p.m.
Join us for communion, carols and a reflection on the gift of Christmas.
Winter Solstice Labyrinth Walk
The days have shortened. The night grows longer. The harvest is stored. Animals and plants prepare for winter sleep and quiet. At the Winter Solstice, we recognize the dark and celebrate its giving way to light.