Sunday School


Mark 1: 9-15 Some distance from the towns where Jesus walked there was a river called the Jordan Jesus' cousin John lived there. John gathered people around him so that he could teach them about being sorry for the bad things they had done and the sins they had committed. When they remembered what they… Continue reading JESUS’ BAPTISM AND TEMPTATION

Lent · Priest's Perspective

19 February 2021 Build Me an Ark

Be Transformed by the renewal of your minds ( Rom 12:2) Noah’s life must have been filled with much anxiety and trepidation. When told, the story often reflects the ridicule that he received from the people around him. Building an Ark requires us to “be transformed by the renewal of our minds” it requires us… Continue reading 19 February 2021 Build Me an Ark

Church Chatter · Lent

Unexpected Graces

THURSDAY AFTER ASH WEDNESDAY Unexpected Graces What does it profit them if they gain the whole world but lose or forfeit themselves? —Luke 9:25 Even though this past year has been difficult, it has also offered many graces. One grace I’ve noticed is how the pandemic has reminded us what is most important in life.… Continue reading Unexpected Graces

Church Chatter · Lent

A Year Later

Welcome to our Lenten reflections for the weary and tired. We are embracing the Lenten Season after a challenging Pandemic Year. FEBRUARY 17 ASH WEDNESDAY A Year Later Return to me with all your heart, with fasting, with weeping, and with mourning; rend your hearts and not your clothing. —Joel 2:12-13 During Lent, many people… Continue reading A Year Later



“Repent and believe the good news”Ash Wednesday is a time of lament, of looking at our life-style and repenting, making a change.We have sinned against God the Creator in the way we have treated the Earth. We have sinned against our neighbour in the actions we have taken that are warming this planet.Today at the… Continue reading ASH WEDNESDAY – CALCULATE YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT


2020 Testimony

Testimony by Vanda Chittenden “The Best made plans of mice and men…” No matter how carefully 2020 was planned, something may still go wrong with it, and it did. 2020 happened. At the beginning of 2020 there was so many awesome plans, of what we were going to do in the community, in the Church… Continue reading 2020 Testimony

From The Rector's Desk

From The Rector’s Desk 13 February 2021

Grace and peace to you from God our Father and His Son Jesus Christ. “See, darkness covers the earth and thick darkness is over the peoples, but the Lord rises upon you and His glory appears over you.” (Isaiah 60:2) This week we enter our Lenten journey as we follow the pattern of Israel and Jesus in… Continue reading From The Rector’s Desk 13 February 2021

Sunday School

Jesus Heals and Prays

Mark 1: 29-39 Our story today is about the healing of Peter’s Mother. After Jesus and his Disciples had attended the synagogue they walked back to Peter’s house for a meal. When they arrived at Peter’s home his wife meet them at the door and told them that her Mother was very ill with a… Continue reading Jesus Heals and Prays

From The Rector's Desk

From the Rectors Desk – Friday 5 February 2021

Grace and Peace to you from God our Father and His Son Jesus Christ. “Make the very most of your time on earth, recognizing and taking advantage of each opportunity and using it with wisdom and diligence, because the days are filled with evil. (Eph 5:16 Amplified bible) Let us remain committed to our life… Continue reading From the Rectors Desk – Friday 5 February 2021