Ministry & Mission at the Ascension
- Cup of Tea: Next Sunday, June 25, we will have a ‘cup of tea’ in the Auditorium following the 11 a.m. service as we say thank you and goodbye to The Very Reverend William J. Bellamy and welcome our new Associate Priest, Reverend Scott Winsor. All are invited to share in this time of fellowship.
- Afternoon Card Party: Tomorrow, Monday, June 19 at 2 p.m. is our afternoon card party. Please bring your own cards and baskets. Admission is $6 per person. All are welcome!
- Kenmount Road Cemetery service is scheduled for Wednesday, July 12, 7:00 - 7:30 p.m. (Conducted by St. Michael’s)
- Forest Road Service Cemetery is scheduled for Wednesday, July 19 from 7:00 - 7:30 p.m. (Conducted by St. Thomas)
Cancellation of Cemetery Services due to Inclement Weather:
- Cancelled Service to be held the following day, for example if Wednesday’s Service is cancelled, it will be rescheduled for 7:00 p.m. on Thursday.
In the event of inclement weather on both days, the service will be held on the scheduled Thursday at the responsible parish’s church at 7:45 pm.
- In the case of the Kenmount Road service, this would take place at the Cathedral.
- In the case of the Forest Road service this may be rescheduled for the following week. In either case announcements will be made.
- The Cemetery Committee will provide Notice of Cancellation to the parish responsible and to radio stations VOWR and VOCM by 1:30 PM on the day the Service is cancelled.
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- Restoration of the Common Cup: We will have both administrators stand side by side in the middle of the altar rail gate: the priest will administer the bread and the Eucharistic Minister the wine. Those wishing to receive the bread will receive from the priest. If they do not want to receive the wine, they will turn to their right and return to their pews passing by the organ. If they wish to receive the wine also, they will step over to the Eucharistic Minister and after receiving turn to their left and return to their pew passing by the pulpit. If this causes any difficulty, please let us know. We are happy to bring Communion to the pews for people who have trouble walking and climbing the steps. If you need us to do this, please let one of the greeters know when you enter the church.
- Food Bank: Please remember those in need! When you are picking up your groceries, please add an item or two and drop it in the food bank box at the entrance of the church.
- Last Things / Endowments: Over the years our diocese and our parish have benefitted greatly from bequests people have made in their wills, leaving money or other gifts for the work of the Church they loved during their lives. At the entrances to the Church there is a brochure titled, How Will You Be Remembered? about planning to make gifts you wish to leave to the Church after your life on earth is finished. Please take one and give it your prayerful consideration.
- Church Givings: If you have offerings for the church, you may:
- drop them off at the drop box on the front steps (to the right). This mailbox is monitored regularly;
- e-transfer to [email protected]. Be sure to indicate where you would like your donation allocated;
- contact the office to sign up for preauthorized givings. Church number is 368-5693 or email [email protected].
- If you have givings at home and you are unable to bring them to the church, please let us know and we will arrange to have them picked up.
- Community Supper Take-out Meal: This is a hot, free take-out meal. The meal will be served from the entrance of the Church of the Good Shepherd on Richard Nolan Drive on Wednesday, June 28 from 5 to 6 p.m.
- Bishop’s Letter: A copy of the Bishop’s letter regarding National Indigenous Day of Prayer is available at the entrance of the church if you would like a copy.
- Services: Pentecost IV, June 25, 2023, 11:00am, BAS/HE/HB
Anglian Church of Canada One Licence #733242-A Book of Alternative Services The Taizé Community Book of Common Praise GIA Publications Wee Worship Book The Iona Community CCLI License # 1733318Resources for Chimes from the above sources