Upcoming festive events at local churches

Seasonal performances slated for United Church and New Life Assembly

With the Holiday season upon us – here is a brief rundown of some of the seasonal events scheduled at some of the regional places of worship

Sunday, November 27 – The first Sunday of Advent, 10:00 a.m. service is planned, followed by a potluck brunch at Castlegar United Church, next to the Kinnaird Medical Clinic. Everyone is welcome to join us.

Sunday, December 11 – 10:00 a.m. service will include our Christmas Pageant at the Castlegar United Church, next to the Kinnaird Medical Clinic. Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy this.

Sunday, December 18 – 10:00 service the choir will perform the Cantata, Child of Hope, at the Castlegar United Church, next to the Kinnaird Medical Clinic. Everyone is welcome to come and hear the choir perform.

Sunday December 18 – 2:00 the annual Community Carol Sing at the New Life Assembly, behind the Castlegar Primary School.

There is no admission charge.  We will be accepting donations to the Harvest Food Bank.  Come and enjoy singing the favourite Christmas carols and songs and hear our local choirs perform.

 

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