Rock Roll Revisited Facebook
Just Crazy Enough
This video addresses some important issues pertaining to mental health as well as how people behave toward one another. It comes at a time when people are experiencing challenges such as loneliness, depression, anxiety and other symptoms as a result of isolation and separation due to COVID-19. But it also comes at a time when there is a lot of polarization of viewpoints politically and otherwise. If we were all a little more understanding of different ways of thinking, the world would be a better place, and it can be. So I think this video and the music within deliver a strong, thoughtful and important message.
Steve Cooke, musician on Rock & Roll Revisited

To experience the music and the reflective words, use the Eventbrite link below – the video link is on the information page freely available to all. You might however be moved to make a donation [click “ticket” button] to support the ongoing ministry at Beach United Church. https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/rock-roll-revisited-tickets-127340146807

Blessings, Karen Dale [in ministry with BUC]



CHECK OUT EVENTS & WEBSITE LINKS click the blue links to connect

Get your mouse ready - Beach United’s first-ever Online Christmas Market opens on Wednesday, November 25! Don’t miss this alternative to Amazon for your Christmas shopping this year. We’re preparing many of your favourites from past Christmas Markets: homemade shortbread, jams, jellies, pickles and chutneys, Beach United’s famous pies (both meat and vegetarian), knitted toys, Fair Trade chocolate and more. So mark November 25th on your calendar to visit beachunitedchurch.com for the Online Christmas Market. You’ll be able to shop with your credit card, then pick up your purchase at the church. (Deliveries may be arranged for special circumstances.)

Live-stream Worship Sunday Nov 15: People of Memory - watch and listen on Facebook. Remember you do not need a Facebook account to watch; select “not at this time” if you are asked to join. www.facebook.com/beachunitedchurch/live

Beach United Church Documentary Series: watch the documentary, "The Social Dilemma", before Wed Nov 25@8pm, when there will be a discussion via Zoom. Register for Zoom invite with moderator maryanne.alton@sympatico.ca Find out more https://beachunitedchurch.com/community-engagement/zoom-meet-ups

Alternate Out of the Cold: learn how this program has changed after the suspension of overnight stays in places of worship. https://beachunitedchurch.com/out-of-the-cold-program

Put the kettle on – it’s time for tea! Sat Dec 5, 2 – 3.30 pm. An on-line gathering hosted by Christine McMulkin https://beachunitedchurch.com/2020/11/put-the-kettle-on-its-time-for-tea

Christmas Jazz & Reflection: the video link will be live from Dec 5 - 31. Back by popular demand, singer Alana Bridgewater with Nathan Hiltz a Juno winning jazz guitarist. Donate to receive the link through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/jazz-reflection-heart-of-the-holiday-tickets-128656437869

Seeking Justice for the earth: Read the letter sent by the Environmental Action Group to the Minister for Environment & Climate Change on single use plastic.
https://beachunitedchurch.com/community-engagement/seeking-justice-for-the-earth

Worship Schedule: to view the upcoming schedule for Sunday services, check out this page https://beachunitedchurch.com/worship-and-music/sunday-service

Reverse Advent Calendar: Support the Daily Bread Food Bank through this project. Learn more at https://beachunitedchurch.com/2020/10/reverse-advent-calendar

COMMUNITY EVENT And I Live On: webinar on the resilience of Rwandan genocide survivors of sexual violence. Dec 1, 1- 2.30 pm. Event hosted via Zoom. For more information click here. Contact organizer maureensurprise@gmail.com










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