2016 Pancake Supper

It’s that time of year again. Lent is just around the corner. However, before that we will be enjoying the 2016 Pancake Supper. There will be a couple of changes for this year’s supper. The first is in whose putting it on. This year instead of simply being a St. Philip’s event, the Pancake Supper will be a joint effort by the three St. Mary’s Road Parishes. Those parishes are St. Mark’s, St. Mary Magdalene, and St. Philip’s. The second is the location of the supper. For 2016, we will be holding the Supper at the Norwood-St. Boniface Legion, Branch #43, which is located at 134 Marion Street.

2016 Bringing a new direction for the Pancake Supper

The reason for the change of locale brings us to the third big difference in this year’s Pancake Supper. This year, the funds raised through the supper will go to help support the Aulneau Renewal Centre’s new Family Sponsorship program. This is a new relatively new program from the centre. It recognizes that often the people who are in the greatest need of counseling services are unable to gain access to the services because of difficult financial situations. The Family Sponsorship Program will go a long way to helping to alleviate the stresses caused by a lack of funds. We hope that not only will the 2016 Pancake Supper raise funds to support this project, but it will help to raise awareness in the broader community of the availability of such a resource. Please consider taking the time on February 9th to come out, enjoy some pancakes, and help make much needed services available to people who need them.2016 Pancake supper1-page-001

Last year there were pancakes, sausages, syrup, whipped cream, and a berry compote on the menu. This year we hope to make the menu even bigger. Tickets are $7.00 per person and $17.50 per family.  We will be including gluten-free pancakes as part of the supper.

Tickets are available by calling 204-237-3650 and leaving a message. Or, you can email us at stphilipsnorwood@shaw.ca

 

Parish News

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There’s lots of things happening around the St. Philip’s parish in the next little while. Plus one or two items that are occurring at our neighbouring parish Saint Mark’s.

Saturday, November 21, 2015:

Snowflake Bazaar and Luncheon: This is taking place at St. Mark’s, 19 St. Mark’s Place, this coming Saturday. There is a lunch of Hot Soup, Buns, Dessert & Beverage. Cost is $7.00 per person, $3.00 Children under 12, or $16.00 Families. You can also purchase coffee and dainties only for $3.00. This is a good option if you want something lighter than lunch.

The Bazaar will feature, Jewellery, Jams, Jellies, Bake Table, Craft Table, New to You Table, and a silent auction. The bazaar is free to browse.

Thursday, November 26, 2015:

Service of Light: This service was formerly known as Blue Christmas, and is an opportunity for those who find the approaching holidays difficult, to spend some time in quietness and contemplation. The service begins at 7:00 pm.

As we prepare to enter into the season of Advent we all carry much burden in our hearts, be it from a loss of a loved one, a relationship that is not right or illness or stress – all of which is absolutely normal for us. Remembering pain and looking for hope is part of the Christmas story. Christmas is incarnation, God becoming flesh in the person Jesus Christ and in the promise that the future rests in God’s hands and all will be well. We invite you to join us for a time where we will soak in silence, listen to scripture, resonate with the music, light a memorial candle, and ask for healing or blessing all in the company of the Holy Spirit. Courtesy of the St. Mary Magdalene Facebook Page. 

Thursday, November 26 – Sunday, November 29, 2015:

Forum Art Institute, our parish neighbours across Tache Avenue are holding their Forum Art Fair. Visit their Facebook page for more details surrounding the event.

Wednesday, December 2 – Friday, December 4, 2015:

Nelson McIntyre Collegiate, the high school just up St. Mary’s from St. Philip’s is putting on the muscial “Beauty and the Beast Junior.”  You can visit the events calendar at their website for information on times and tickets. The show is being held at the Centre-Culturel Franco-Manitobain, 340 Provencher Boulevard.

Saturday, December 5, 2015:

One of our parishioners here at St. Philip’s also sings with the Assiniboine Show Chorus of the Sweet Adelines. They are holding their Christmas show, entitled “The Gift,” on Saturday, December 5, at 2 pm and 7 pm. Both Shows will be at Bethel Mennonite Church, 465 Stafford St. Ticket prices and more are in the poster linked below.

Poster

 Saturday, December 5, and Sunday December 6, 2015:

Bolero Dance Theatre, who rehearse in our parish building, are remounting their production of Cinderella. Rev Donald went and saw it last year, and highly recommends it as a great evening out by yourself, or with family and friends. Hop over to their website to order your tickets.

Saturday, December 19, 2015:

St. Philip’s will be hosting an evening of singing for the season. The details of this event are still being worked out, but we will post them as soon as they are available.