Category Archive for: Remembering

Mike Kapdee

by NightShift

Mike grabbed every opportunity to share his miraculous journey in Christ with others. When I think of Mike these words come to my heart – passion, joy and servanthood. He was always ready to do anything that was needed to be done at NightShift – pick-ups, painting, scrubbing toilets, folding, ironing, serving coffee, loving others.…



How God uses us

by NightShift

Ordinary people doing Extra-ordinary things. Lesley left a huge imprint in my heart exactly one year ago. She had bounced through the door of Sisters Thrift Boutique with bags of clothing to donate for people living on the street. In 2011, I had met Lesley at one of NightShift's volunteer orientations, at which time she…

Walk the Walk: in the face of adversity

by NightShift

I find it amazing how many parallels there are between my Walk the Walk training and the challenges we face at NightShift – life in general. Every time I lace up either at the track or at the gym, I am reminded how difficult it is to stay faithful to my commitment – at the…



Memorial Service Announcement for Janice Shore

by NightShift

The following funeral arrangements have been made to commemorate Janice Shore–sister and friend to many here in Whalley.  When: Friday, March 8 from 11am-12pm. Where: Avalon Funeral Home, located at 13288, 108 Avenue, Surrey, BC. The memorial service is open to the public. Reception to follow at NightShift Street Ministries from 12-2 pm. Our offices are located…



R.I.P. Janice Shore

by NightShift

“I still haven’t made any French toast,” he adds. “I can’t have it without her.” By Idelette McVicker | Twitter: @ideletteWe sat at a small bistro table inside Sisters Thrift Boutique this morning. Ed’s been hanging out on the side of the building here at NightShift, waiting for information about his sister Janice’s death. 8:45pm,…



Grace

by NightShift

“Grace” has come to the street in a manner of gentle, loving presence, like the name appropriately translated to our dear Charis Dyck. Though “a spark or a vapour that appears for a moment, and is no more,” truly she imparted a lifetime’s worth of love to and upon all who had the privilege of knowing…



Brian McDonald

by NightShift

The volunteers at NightShift Street Ministries are what this ministry is all about, they become our family. We are so sad to pass on the news that one of our faithful and dedicated volunteers was in a fatal motorcycle accident. Brian McDonald had served with NightShift for a very long time, as part of the family of…