The following was posted on March 29, 2021
With new variances released by our Provinical Health Officer last week, we announced openings for in-person Good Friday and Easter Sunday gatherings. The thought of actually being together, taking communion and celebrating on Sunday was so exciting.
Today, our Provincial Health Officer rescinded the variance and we are no longer able to gather indoors. In light of the change, we are closing down our online registration and cancelling the six in-person services we had planned for this weekend. These new restrictions will remain in place until April 19th, and we will communicate with you as soon as we know any further information.
How are we celebrating Good Friday and Easter?
For the next few weeks, we will continue to host our services online. Our team has been working hard to provide engaging and excellent Good Friday and Easter weekend content.
Join us Good Friday at 9am and 11am, as well as Easter Weekend on Saturday at 6:30pm and Sunday at 9am and 11am. We also encourage you to invite your family and friends to join you online as we come together to celebrate the amazing news of Jesus. You can find more information on these services here.
Below is a link to a video from Pastor Chris providing further details on this update.
We love you KAC. If you have any questions or feedback, we are here for you. Please don’t hesitate to contact us.
The following was posted on November 19, 2021
On November 19, our Provincial Health Officer released a new health order suspending any indoor gatherings. This means we will not be holding in-person services on our campus while this new health order is in effect. Instead, starting this weekend (November 21 & 22) we will host three online services: Saturday at 6:30pm, Sunday at 9:00am and 11:00am. Likewise, our mid-week ministry programs and events will either be postponed or held online. Each Ministry Department will provide updates specific to what this new health order means for them.
Below is a video from our Lead Pastor, Chris Throness, providing further details on this update. Please watch it for more information on the resources available to you in this time, as well as the ways for you to get involved.
Regardless of these changes, our commitment to providing you quality content remains the same, and there are many ways for you to continue engaging with us. We encourage you to post regularly in the chat function of our online services and request prayer with our Prayer Team. There are Leaders and Pastors available who would love to minister and care for you in this time. Our Day of Prayer on November 26 will also be hosted online, and we ask that you join us in praying for our church, our community and world. Please watch our website and social media pages for more details.
While we are disappointed to suspend in-person gatherings, this situation highlights the fluidity of this season. Throughout it all, we will continue communicating with you as quickly and clearly as possible. If you know of other members of our congregation who may not have received this communication, please feel free to pass it on.
You are loved, Kamloops Alliance Church. Your staff is praying with you - and for you - in this season. We look forward to gathering together when we are permitted to do so again.
If you have any questions or feedback, we are here for you. You can email us at [email protected].