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This Sunday, March 24th, 10.30 am: Morning Prayer with Noisy Offering. Please bring along your loose coins to support our youth hands-on outreach projects.
Sunday, March 31st, 10.30 am in church: Service of Wholeness and Healing
Sunday, March 31st, 12.00 noon in church house: “INTRO TO SCC” – This is an opportunity to come and learn more about the history and mission of SCC. If you’d like to come along, please sign up at the Fellowship Table on Sunday or e-mail us back.
Sunday, March 31st, 1 pm: Sunday School Bar-b-q for Sunday School parents, teachers, helpers and children – Parque Padre Hurtado, Francisco Bilbao 8105. Please confirm your attendance with Suzanne, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday, April 6th, 9 am – 2 pm: Rummage and Book Fair at SCC. Please bring in your donations of rummage and books during the first week in April. We also need volunteers to help with the set-up on Thursday afternoon/evening and Friday morning/evening and with the actual fair on the Saturday (from 8.45 – 11.30 am or 11.15 am – 2.00 pm). If you can help, please e-mail us – email@example.com. Thank-you!!
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*Info on “CHOCOLATE FOR LENT”
This is a study based around the film Chocolat starring Juliette Binoche, Judi Dench, Alfred Moline, Lena Olin, and Johnny Depp.
The story is set in a religiously conservative French village, whose young priest is dominated by the town’s ultra-pious and reactionary town mayor. A young single mother (Binoche) opens up a chocolaterie at the beginning of the 1959 Lenten season and runs into conflict with the mayor’s ideas of what constitutes a truly Christian lifestyle. The film and discussion will explore the meaning of Lent, the nature of hospitality, the wisdom and renewal found in change, the love in accepting others, and the strength in becoming oneself through reflection and growth.
This week’s sessions (on Sunday, March 10th for all interested and on Wednesday, March 13th for our Young Adult group) will begin with watching the entire movie. Those who miss this first session may want to find an opportunity to see the film on-line or DVD. As we do not possess a copy of the DVD we will be streaming it via the internet.
For more information on any of our activities, please don’t hesitate to call the church office any weekday morning: 2-22321113.