Connecting with God through prayer and praise, through hearing the scriptures read and God’s Word proclaimed, and in the sharing of Communion are all absolutely vital to our life as a church and to each of our lives as followers of Jesus.
We would love to connect with you and help you connect with God in worship this Sunday.
Click HERE to learn more about how we plan to gather this Sunday.
You can also join us live online for fellowship and worship from the comfort of you own home this Sunday.
Our online “coffee time” starts at 9:30am and worship begins promptly at 10am
Thursday Nights 7:15pm – 8:45pm, May 19th to June 16th
Difference is a discussion series that explores what it means to follow Jesus in a complex and divided world, seeing transformation through everyday encounters.
Navigating a divided and complex world can be hard. We encounter this in our relationships, in our communities and in our wider systems and structures. Many of us long to make a difference, but often we don’t know how to respond or where to start.
This is why Archbishop Justin Welby has brought together leading practitioners and thinkers to create Difference, equipping you to cross divides, navigate disagreement and pursue a just and flourishing world.
You can find out more about this discussion series below, or SIGN-UP to participate right now HERE.
Drawing deeply on Jesus’s encounters in the Gospels and the wisdom of expert peacemakers, the Difference course focuses on three habits that transform everyday relationships. The course gives participants the chance to develop the habits and start applying them to their own lives.
For the sake of the most vulnerable among us, we will be offering ‘COVID-Careful’ gatherings at 10am on Sunday April 10th, and Sunday April 17th. Those who attend these services agree to observe ALL the key COVID-19 public health guidelines, including masking, distancing, and providing proof of vaccination or medical exemption for those 12 years old and over. Our evening services on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday will also be ‘COVID-Careful’ services.
Services WITHOUT Strict Adherence to COVID-19 Guidelines:
We will also be offering a simplified worship service for those who are ready to gather without strict adherence to COVID-19 public health guidelines at 11:30am on Easter Sunday (April 17th).
For information about public health guidelines for our Family Church service on Good Friday, please reach out to the parish office.
The ancient tradition of Confirmation can be a powerful experience in the life of a Christian and an important step in their ongoing journey of discipleship and following Jesus.
Over a series of several online (and hopefully a few in-person) sessions, participants in this Confirmation course will have the opportunity to develop a deeper and more mature engagement with the person, mission, teachings and practices of Jesus and his disciples.
Led by a team of local clergy and lay leaders from several Anglican parishes in our region, this course also provides participants the chance to connect with a wider community of faith which will be there to support them as they consider and prepare for Confirmation and well beyond the completion of this course.
Most sessions will take place between 7:00pm and 8:30pm Sunday evening.
For more information, and/or to register, please contacting Rev. Dan McMullen – email@example.com