Welcome to Saanich Peninsula Presbyterian Church.
Our worship takes place at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday morning both in-person and online. We invite you to join us each week as we continue to explore and follow the Word of God. Following the service, there will be a fellowship time at the back of the sanctuary.
Under BC's Restart Plan, Phase 3, the following restrictions remain in force:
Everyone who is eligible is strongly encouraged to be fully vaccinated
Please, perform a health check prior to attending
Masks are not obligatory but are highly recommended for those who are not fully vaccinated (14 days after the second injection)
Please, use provided hand sanitizers upon entering the building
We look forward to seeing you on Sunday.
News for Sunday, November 21
Advent is almost upon us! It begins on Sunday, November 28. As I am taking a week of study leave this next week, the Rev. Noel Kinnon, our Minister Emeritus, will be leading the service on that Sunday. We look forward to seeing him in the pulpit again!
This Sunday, November 21, I will be preaching from these scriptures:
We continue to meet in the sanctuary at SPPC, with the service starting at 10:00 a.m.. You can also watch the service via live streaming using the SPPC Youtube Livestream button above.
Next Thursday, November 25, at 10 a.m. we are meeting for Friendship Coffee in the hall at the church. If you plan to attend, please contact Brian & Vivian Lawrence or Al & Irene Krahn in advance. This will help us ensure that all is ready for an enjoyable time together. Also make sure you bring your vaccination passport and wear your mask when you are arriving, in keeping with provincial health regulations.
Our collection of gift items and donations of funds for White Gifts will begin on Sunday, November 28 and finish on December 12. Small gifts suitable for shut-ins are needed.
We are also now holding a special pre-Christmas collection for the Sidney Lions Food Bank. This will continue until Sunday, December 19.
I hope everyone got through our wet weather week and isn't suffering from any shortages. I know some of you faced flooding. Let us know if we can help out. Take care of yourselves and your neighbours.
God bless you all!