LETTER: SHARE Nelson needs help

From Pastor Jim Reimer

SHARE Nelson second-hand store continues to operate despite a reduced parking lot. We rely entirely on the donations of quality merchandise from humanitarians and thrifty shoppers. Due to the construction, it has not been easy, yet our wonderful community continues to donate and shop with us.

SHARE Nelson will pick up even small items if you call us. We also offer free delivery if you walk to our store, or we will carry your items to your vehicle. Parking is not possible, so we are trying to make it as easy as possible for our loyal customers, since SHARE Nelson is essential for the ongoing operation of Our Daily Bread.

Kootenay Christian Fellowship is now offering two worship times – 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. on Sundays. This is in direct response to the need for community, meaningful relationships and human interaction.

To honour provincial guidelines and to keep people safe during this second wave, strict protocols are in place. People are feeling isolated, disconnected and lonely. We feel that we can offer a safe place to worship, connect, and find community. Please email office@kcfoffice.com to let us know which worship time would be suitable for you.

Our Daily Bread has been serving up to 50-plus meals outside per day since the pandemic hit. As of Nov. 2, we have moved back inside, while still offering to-go meals. Due to winter conditions, we feel this is necessary. Please consider ways you can volunteer or provide financially for this vital and essential service Our Daily Bread provides.

Jim Reimer, Pastor

Kootenay Christian Fellowship