Body Building Games & Fellowship Night

This is not a weight lifting course.  This name is chosen as an event to build the Body of Christ in fellowship with fun and games.  An evening to simply enjoy and get to know one another in a relaxed environment.  If you like to have fun this event is for you. Come and join us!   We meet on the third Saturday of each month in the hall, beginning at 7pm. It is preceded by "Messy Church". Come to one or come to both.

 

Messy Church

Messy Church is an inter-generational program for individuals and families, children and adults, on the third Saturday of every month, beginning at 5pm. "Messy Church" is intended particularly for people who are exploring belonging to a Christian community, who are unable or unwilling to commit to Sunday morning worship. "Messy Church" is followed by Body Building Games and Fellowship Night at 7pm.

 

                Coffee Hour

                                    For good fellowship, there is a time for coffee

                                                         and treats in the Church hall after

                                                                 each of the Sunday morning

                                                   services. The teams of "Coffee Hour"

                                             volunteers are indeed appreciated by all.

 

 

Operation Christmas Child

This project from Samaritan’s Purse has been embraced by families at St. Brice's Church for many years. Gift-filled shoeboxes are sent around the world to children who are suffering due to war, famine, natural disaster, poverty or neglect. There has always been a great response with approximately 50 shoeboxes prepared each Christmas

 

Cassellholme Tree

Each Christmas, gifts collected through contributions from the parishioners for our program called the Cassellholme Tree are distributed to residents of the Cassellholme nursing home who are without family or close friends during the Christmas holidays

 

Caroling

Each year St. Brice’s parishioners visit the elderly and shut-ins to sing carols and

spread some Christmas cheer.

 

Blue Christmas’ Memorial Hymn Sing

At this annual event parishioners get together for an evening of song and music meant to honour the memories of departed loved ones. This event builds fellowship, and provides a measure of comfort to those who find themselves alone at Christmas.

 

Pancake Dinner

it is traditional to serve the pancake dinner on Shrove Tuesday (before Lent) and this is a   popular family event and usually a fund-raiser for Missions.

 

Seniors’ Lunch

December each year young volunteers at St. Brice’s serve the Church‘s Seniors a Christmas luncheon in the church hall, including turkey and all the trimmings.  It is a blessing!

 

Pancake Breakfast Fund-raiser held

We wish to thank all who attended our St. Brice's Church pancake breakfast last Saturday September 10/16.  Your generosity (and appetite for pancakes) enabled us to raise $1,000 to donate to the Fort McMurray Fire Relief Fund via the PWRDF [Anglican Church of Canada, Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund program].

 

"To date, PWRDF has raised $81,818 for relief efforts in the wake of the fires, which caused the largest evacuation in Alberta’s history - 90,000 people living in and around Fort McMurray fled their homes to escape the blaze."  "PWRDF will continue to support the Diocese of Athabasca on the long road of recovery from these fires. "

 

The Primate's World Relief and Development Fund

80 Hayden Street, Toronto, ON M4Y 3G2

Tel: 416-924-9192   Toll free: 1-866-308-7973

Fax: 416-924-3483

Email: pwrdf[at]pwrdf.org

 

1225 Cassells Street, North Bay, ON   P1B 4B8      Telephone: (705) 474-4005     Email: info@stbriceschurch.com

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