The Alliance, Amisk, Baptist, Salvation Army and Pentacostal churches have joined together for a Good Friday service tomorrow. Salvation Army Captain BJ Loder says it will be a time for sharing. He says a lot of people might find a church an uncomfortable place to be but the Community Hall is a neutral place where there’s no pressure for anybody to accept anything they’re saying other than just being able to share and to be able to recognize what we do celebrate and what we do remember on Good Friday which is the sacrifice of Christ and the message is a message of hope.
The activities begin tomorrow morning at 10 in the Flin Flon Community Hall with a free continental breakfast and the service starts at 11 with music, sharing and a message. Around 240 people attended last year’s service.