Rev. Sunny Kim: United Church Minister

Rev. Sunny’s Admission ceremony to The United Church of Canada. She is now a United Church Minister. She was one of four ordained ministers admitted to The United Church to continue their ordained ministry in the UCCan.
They are being recognized by BC Conference President Rev. Cari Copeman-Haynes, and Executive Secretary, Rev. Doug Goodwin.
This happened at the meeting of BC Conference on Jun 1-3.
Kimberley United Church recognized this with a presentation.

Maundy Thursday 2018 “Love Feast”

On Maundy Thursday this year (March 29), we will have an Agape Meal (a.k.a. Love Feast) at 5:30 pm. Agape Meal is a ceremony like the Holy Communion, but sharing a real meal, not only a symbolic “bread and wine”. The Methodist Father John Wesley loved the love feast that he observed the Moravians do, and made it a regular Methodist celebration. Usually, Maundy Thursday service includes feet washing ceremony, because in John chapter 13, after the last supper, Jesus washes his disciples’ feet and teaches them to love and serve one another. However, considering the cultural differences between Jesus’ culture and ours, instead of washing feet, we will share supper. This year’s Lenten prayer and meditation group members will cook and serve supper as a part of their spiritual practice of serving others. If you would like to experience this meal of Christian love, please sign up at church or by calling Linda Johnson, our church secretary, at 427-2428.

 

Reflection: Aug 27

August 27, 2017 Sermon

Exodus 1:8-2:10/ Matthew 16:13-20

 

Who Is Jesus to You? 

When we see someone we know well do something uncharacteristic, we say things like, “It’s like I don’t even know you” or “Who are you and what did you do with my friend?” These things tend to be said in a jokey situation, but sometimes we encounter more serious abnormality in people we know, or thought we knew. For example, sociopaths can charm you and fool you, then one day reveal their true colours. You might think, “I don’t even know you”; not in a jokey way but in a seriously shocking way. You may realize you truly misjudged someone after thinking that you knew them well. Knowing someone can be a tricky business. Also someone might ask, “Do you know so-and-so?” and you answer, “I know about him, but don’t know him personally.” A lot of times, we are in this situation. Just because we know someone, that doesn’t mean we really know them. more —>

Greeters and Counters

The Greeters and Counters provide an important service every Sunday. Thanks to all who do this.

A list of these is now  part of  this website.

To find this page, go the menu line near the top of the page.

Hover on About, and then go down and click on Counters and Greeters

Or click Counters and Greeters