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Fall Suppers Common Eating

Southlands Salvation Army Fall Supper

Every year I list fall suppers. This year I added a second list. This year I managed to visit six different fall suppers in Winnipeg. Next year I may have to branch out and visit some of the rural ones. That would require me finding a driver. Last night’s fall supper at the Southlands Community Church(Salvation Army). was the sixth of the ones I visited. This last one turned out to be a little confusing for the Anglican me, as…Continue readingSouthlands Salvation Army Fall Supper

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Common Eating Community Fall Suppers

Winnipeg Fall Suppers List -2019

It’s that time of the year again. Time to start thinking and planning ahead for your Winnipeg Fall suppers.Continue readingWinnipeg Fall Suppers List -2019

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Easter Feasts, Friends, Family

It’s in the middle of the evening of Easter Sunday as I write this. Holy Week, with all the various services is finally over. Today was a great Easter day. First off during our Easter morning Eucharist, we had four people baptized into the family of God. Three of the candidates were from the Furaha family who joined us last year. They are refugees from the Congo via Mozambique, and St. Philip’s has become their home here in Canada. This…Continue readingEaster Feasts, Friends, Family

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Farewell Lunch and Fall Supper

Yesterday marked the middle Sunday of my vacation. Normally, while on vacation I wouldn’t attend one of churches that I serve at However, yesterday was an exception as it marked the final service for Rev. Canon Henry Falconer, before he retires. There was an official send-off earlier this month that I wasn’t able to attend and so I went yesterday to add my farewell. Father Henry served at Holy Trinity for 30 years, starting as verger/caretaking, becoming a deacon, and…Continue readingFarewell Lunch and Fall Supper

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Reviews and Such chicken Restaurants

Chicken Chef, Marion Street

Times are changing for me and for St. Philip’s. A few weeks ago at our Annual General Meeting we had a vote and we are now in the process of closing the parish. We are hoping to do this in such a fashion that the majority of the parishioners will remain together. However, it will take time to work through how exactly that will work over the course of the next few months. So in the interim I’m revisiting some…Continue readingChicken Chef, Marion Street