News This Week
Showers and Pantry Services are running.
Bear Clan Patrol meets every Friday and Saturday night at 6 pm.
Sunday Morning Services
Are online! Go to https://venue.streamspot.com/8ee74d5a
Monday to Friday, service at 9:15 am.
Bagged lunch and beverage to go.
Make sure you’re on our email list – firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Us for In-Person Worship: Please wear a blue medical mask and bring a bottle of water (the summer is warm). As previously, we will be keeping track of who is attending worship for contact tracing, screening at the door, and asking you to use hand sanitizer. You will be asked to choose a seat with green tape on the back of the pew and you may sit with those in your bubble. We ask that you visit outdoors and remain in your pew once entering the church.
Cave Springs Sunday: On Sunday, 10:30 am September 26th our worship service will be held outdoors at Cave Springs Camp. Please note this is a change of date. Bring your own chair and picnic lunch. More details to come.
Thursday Morning Coffee Hour: Our next Thursday Morning Coffee Hour will be on September 16th at 10:00 am on the front lawn. Rev. Jane will make the coffee and you can bring or borrow a chair.
Shower Project: We are renovating our showers to double our capacity, provide private change rooms and add laundry facilities for folks living on the streets. We have already received money from United Way and look to receive money from the Niagara Extension Council, but we need a little bit more to finish the project and provide operating expenses for the coming year. Watch the video for more information: https://www.silverspire.ca/shower-project
You can donate by cheque or by e-transfer to email@example.com, and you will receive a small gift and a tax receipt for donations.
Culture Days: Silver Spire’s Arts Team is excited to present “Postcards of Hope”, an in-person visual arts workshop on Oct. 2 here in the auditorium. Marion Griese, local artist, will lead a hands on workshop at 1 or 3 pm. COVID social distancing protocols will be in place.
During these pandemic times we have all tried to stay connected and sending a postcard is a great way to do that. Create your own postcard in the style of American illustrator and street artist, Kelsey Montague. Keep it for yourself, post somewhere in the city as an inspiration or mail it to a friend. No previous art experience is required. Suitable for all ages, adult companion required.
Pre-Registration Required: 1 p.m. session ; 3 p.m. session
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