We were thrilled to have +Stephen Andrews with us for worship at all three of our services this weekend. Bishop Stephen baptized Anne and confirmed Sara. His sermon for Good Shepherd Sunday is here.
Worship This Week
Bishop Stephen will be preaching and presiding at all three services this weekend.
Saturday, April 25th, 2015: Spoken Eucharist 5:00pm
Sunday, April 26th, 2015: Spoken Holy Eucharist (BCP) 8:30am
Sunday, April 26th, 2015: Choral Eucharist, Confirmation & Baptism (BAS), 10:30am
Wednesday, April 29th, 2015: Holy Eucharist 10:00am
Wednesday, April 29th, 2015: Downtown Communion 12:15pm
Thursday, April 30th, 2015: Downtown Communion 12:15pm
Events This Week:
(Bold = Parish Event, Regular Text = Groups Using Church Facilities)
|Big Book (AA) 7:00pm (Algoma Room)|
|Women’s Bible Study 12:00pm (Algoma Room)
Karate 7:00pm (Phoenix Hall)
|AA 11:00am (Algoma Room)
Ladies Exercise Group 11:45am (Phoenix Hall)
Guitar Recital 6:30 (Nave)
|Bible Study 11:00am (Algoma Room)
Downtown Churches Meeting 4:45pm (Algoma Room)
Karate 7:00 (Phoenix Hall)
Sudbury Chamber Singers Rehearsal 7:00 (Nave)
|Thursday 30th||Needles & Threads – Quilts & Crafts 9:30am (Phoenix Hall)
Choir Practice 7:00pm (Nave)
Ladies Exercise Group 11:45am (Phoenix Hall)
|AA 7:00 (Phoenix Hall)|
Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission: The TRC will hold its final event over four days, beginning Sunday, May 31. Our Primate, ++Fred and National Indigenous Bishop, +Mark have written an important letter detailing the Anglican Church of Canada’s response to the conclusion of the TRC, called “22 Days Of Prayer and Renewal”. Please see the letter posted in the Algoma Room or attached to the electronic ETW for more information.
Schedule Updates: You will notice a difference in our weekly schedule this week. As a result of an excellent suggestion by Joy Knuff, at our annual vestry meeting, we are including (in smaller and paler font) all the activities that happen at Epiphany on a regular weekly basis by external groups. In addition to these groups the Language Instruction for New Canadians (LINC) uses space for classes and a nursery on a daily basis from 8:30am to 3:30pm daily during the school year. We receive some “rent” from most of these groups. And then there are special events like the guitar recital and the Chamber Singers rehearsal for their upcoming concert, also at Epiphany. We hope you are impressed at how well our facilities are used!
Mid-Week Eucharists: will break for the summer after services on May 6-7. We will resume on September 2-3. Bishop Tom and Fr Tim look forward to seeing you in the Fall, when we resume.
Fundraising and Special Events Coordinator: We are pleased to announce that Wendy Collinson is the new Fundraising and Special Events Co-ordinator. If you are planning a fundraising or special event or have an idea for a fundraising or special event, please contact her by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone her at 705-586-2814. She is looking forward to hearing from you!
World Labyrinth Day is Saturday, May 2, and the theme is “Making Music at the Labyrinth”. From 12 to 1:30 p.m., at the St. Peter’s United Church labyrinth at the Lourdes Grotto (271 Van Horne St.), the St. Peter’s choir (with friends) will lead participants in Taizé-style chant before the labyrinth walk at 1 p.m. All are welcome to participate. The deanery contemplative prayer group (formerly known as Exploring a Lenten Desert) will be participating and will meet at 25 Wembley Dr. afterward for discussion and planning of future activities. Please feel free to join us. For more information, contact Patti Brace (email@example.com).
Mass and Motet – Le messe et les motet: Join Octatonic Decadence for Mass and Motet – a concert of a cappella excellence on Sunday April 26th at 7:30 pm at Paroisse Ste-Anne des Pins, 14 Beech Street in Sudbury. This concert will feature the exquisite Mass to Four Voices by the 16th Century composer, William Byrd, along with an array of motets by Canadian composers including Healey Willan, Peter Togni, Imant Raminsh, Welford Russell, and Barrie Cabena. Admission is $20 and tickets will be available online at www.ocatdec.ca or at the door. All Welcome.
Deanery Digest: For more Deanery news and events, be sure to check it out on the Deanery Website, by clicking here.
Items for inclusion in Epiphany This Week are to be sent by NOON each Thursday to firstname.lastname@example.org
Here’s a link to today’s sermon. Quite a motley crew of characters–Cleopas and his companion, Frodo and Sam, Puddleglum the Marsh-wiggle and Lucy Pevensie all show up. A very Inkling sermon indeed! Like this:Like Loading…
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