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Common Eating Fall Suppers

St Anne Ukrainian Catholic Fall Supper

Last night I got to the St Anne Ukrainian Catholic Church fall supper. This is my first fall supper of the year. St Anne has a connection with one of my last year’s visits. St Anne shares pastoral leadership with St Michael Ukrainian Catholic Church. Yesterday, was quite a full day. If started with St. Philip’s and St. Mark’s sharing a joint Eucharist. Then I headed down to Holy Trinity to take part in a discussion about the food ministry…Continue readingSt Anne Ukrainian Catholic Fall Supper

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Common Eating Fall Suppers

Manitoba Fall Suppers 2019 Edition

Every year I do a post on Winnipeg Fall Suppers. This year there seems to be a gap in the rural Manitoba Fall Suppers listings, so I’m setting up a post for those as well. If you would like your Manitoba Fall Supper added, just post in the comments, or contact me via macbubs13 at google’s webmail dot com. I don’t have a map plug-in working for my blog yet, I will try and add one as I go along.…Continue readingManitoba Fall Suppers 2019 Edition

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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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Reviews and Such Restaurants

Ludas Deli – North End Treasure

Over the last few months, I’ve been trying to visit different neighbourhoods in Winnipeg. When I was checking out North End restaurants, Ludas Deli* was one that got my attention. I had been there several years ago. My friend Travis Unger had worked as the wilderness camp coordinator for Inner City Youth Alive, a Evangelical Mennonite ministry. Inner City Youth Alive is located just across Salter from Luda’s. It’s also home to St. Aidan’s Christian School, which I’ve written about…Continue readingLudas Deli – North End Treasure

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Community Fall Suppers Food

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