Tomorrow, April 15, will be a special service at Camlachie United Church.
Everyone has been affected by the tragedy in Humboldt, Saskatchewan. Sixteen members of the Humboldt Broncos Junior A hockey team were tragically killed in a collision on a highway. We can all imagine the horror and pain those families are going through.
On Sunday, we will be dedicating the service to the Humboldt victims, praying for them and honouring them. We will also be collecting a free-will donation to go towards the families. Reverend David will lead us in worship and help us understand our grief.
We encourage you to wear a hockey jersey if you have one, wear green and yellow if you are able and bring your hockey stick if you have one. Most importantly, come and worship with us. It’s times like these that the community of church can help us work through things. We will all be in this together on Sunday morning.
The remembrance of Humbolt victims will continue for the following two Sundays, recognizing and remembering the many funerals yet to come, and concluding with a dedication of our donations in remembrance of the tragedy. Everyone is welcome to wear their jersey and/or bring a hockey stick, especially if you were not able to attend on the 15th.
Please see and share this summary of our plans for remembering and honouring those who were lost, and those who are suffering. United With Humboldt
Thank you for your support.