Nov 242014

Beginning this Wednesday, November 26th, Bishop Tom will lead the Wednesday Bible Study through Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”. The readings are provided.

Join us for Eucharist at 10:00am and the study immediately following, or join us for the study at about 10:45 and stay for “Downtown Communion” at 12:15pm.

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Nov 212014
Epiphany This Week

November 21 – 27, 2014

85 Larch St. Sudbury ON P3E 1B8 705-675-2279


The Sudbury Santa Claus parade winds its way through Downtown Sudbury tomorrow night (Saturday) starting at 5:00pm.It starts at the Kathleen & Notre Dame intersection and passes right by our front door. Why not come to worship at 5:00 and then stay to enjoy the parade.

Parish Announcements

Christmas Market: Join us December 7th, following the 10:30 service in the Phoenix Hall for our Christmas Market. If you wish to donate baking, preserves, crafts etc. to the sale please speak to Pat Ecclestone. All proceeds from the sale will go to the General Operating fund of the church.


Financial Updates: Our Treasurers, Michael & Laura Kawa will be giving us a Financial Update over the next two weekends. On November 22nd & 23rd they will give us an update on the Operating Budget of the Church. On November 29th & 30th they will update us on the Capital Campaign. The updates will take place at the conclusion of each service.


Evensong: Based on the services held daily in the medieval Church, Choral Evensong as arranged in the Book of Common Prayer of the Anglican Church has been sung regularly since the Sixteenth Century.


Join us as the Epiphany Choir (and friends) sing a service of Choral Evensong on Saturday November 29th at 5:00pm

Memorial Service: A short memorial service will be held for the late Mrs. Debra  Adegbite this Saturday – the 22nd- at 2pm in the Nave. Debra was the mother of Andrew Adegbite and a long-time member at Epiphany. although she has been in ill-health and a “shut-in” member for the last several years.  She died in early October and her funeral was held in her native land of Nigeria.  This is an opportunity for those in Sudbury who knew her to remember her and say their farewells together. If you knew Debra and would like to attend please consider this your invitation to join in the service.

Scott and Ryan are moving! Some of you might have met Scott and Ryan, two new attenders at our parish. Scott and Ryan have thrown themselves into life here, volunteering at OOTC and coming to various events and I am glad that God has sent them our way. Scott and Ryan have found an apartment and need some help getting furniture for their new place. Can you help them? Speak to me and I’ll introduce you and/or give you contact information.


PWRDF News: To stay up to date with PWRDF, be sure to visit their website, regularly and check in with our Deanery PWRDF rep, Mary Donato (that she’s also a member of the parish should make that pretty easy!).


Parish Luncheon! Parish Council invites you to a special luncheon, after church on November 30th. Mark your calendar and plan to attend. No need to bring anything. Join us for fellowship and fun! You don’t want to miss this!

Thank You! Kudos to all those who volunteered to make the Sudbury Potters’ Guild’s “Soup’s On” successful – those who made cookies, made soup, or did a shift of serving or doing copious dishwashing!  The Guild was very pleased with the sale and the net profit for the church’s operating fund will be about $3000.  A VERY special thank you to Carol Bohren who coordinated all the food and other details for the event. She was amazing!

Book Sale: It is not too soon to be thinking about culling your bookshelves to get them ready for the new Christmas reading material you may receive. The Outreach Team’s annual booksale will be held January 30, 31 and Feb.1 with all proceeds going to support our national and international outreach projects. Please canvas your family and friends for their books too!  No magazines or textbooks (or moldy ones!) please!

Advent and Christmas Posters: Do you have a public announcements space at work? Is there a community bulletin board at your grocery or convenience store? Is there space for announcing upcoming events at your condo? The communications team of Alex, Marion, and Fr. Tim have prepared posters for our Advent and Christmas services. They are very beautiful. If you would like to post one or more of these, please let Fr. Tim know. Help us get the word out!


Advent & Christmas Services:

Advent 1 (Nov. 30) The Prophets: Announcement of the King’s Coming – Fr. Tim, preaching.


Advent 2(Dec. 7) – John the Baptist: Preparation for the King’s Coming; Holy Baptism and White Gift Sunday. Bring your gift of socks, underwear, toiletries (no mouthwash) etc. to be given to SACY.


Advent 3 (Dec. 14) – Mary: Rejoicing with the King’s Coming; Our Annual Pageant will take place at the 10:30 service. The script this year is being written by Patti Brace, and all congregation members will be welcome to participate. Speak to Patti Brace, Rachel Perry or Christine Kraus.


Advent 4 (Dec. 21) – The Magi: Worshipping the Coming King; The 10:30 service this week will be the annual Advent Carol Service.


Christmas Eve: 7:00 Family Eucharist with Children’s Story; Bishop Tom celebrating.


10:30 Choral Eucharist with Fr Tim Preaching and celebrating


Christmas Day: 11:00 am Said Eucharist


December 27 & 28, there will be only one service at 10:30 Sunday morning with Bishop Tom presiding.


Advent Carol Service: In addition to being presented at our 10:30 service as indicated above, the choir will also sing the Advent Carol Service the evening of Wednesday December 17th at 7:00pm. If you have friends who attend another church on Sunday mornings, why not invite them to this service.


Christmas Cookies: The quilters are once again selling Shortbread Cookies. The cookies will be available for sale following the 10:30 service each week at a cost of $10 for 3 dozen cookies. For the time being they will be sold on a first come first served basis.


Ladies Advent Book Study: You are invited to join us in studying the book One Thousand Gifts through Advent. At this time two DVD and discussion book studies have been arranged. Daytime on Friday’s starting November 29th at 11:30 a.m. at St. John the Divine, Copper Cliff and evenings, starting December 1st at 7 p.m. at Fielding Chapel, Thorneloe University. This study runs for five weeks (last week of study to be determined by the group).  Please see attached posters for more information. If you would like to facilitate a study at another time or place contact for more information.


Journey to Bethlehem: You are invited to join our youth on the Journey to Bethlehem in Mindemoya on Manitoulin Island on Saturday, December 6th.  We will meet at 3 p.m. at Church of the Ascension and travel to Mindemoya, have dinner at the United Church ($12.00 per person) and then take the walk of Journey to Bethlehem together.  If you wish more information, could offer to drive or need a ride please contact Cora Felbel, Sudbury Manitoulin Deanery Youth Coordinator (DYC) at (705)665-1831 or



Deanery Digest: For more Deanery news and events, be sure to check it out on the Deanery Website, by clicking here.


Worship Times Next Week

Saturday, Nov. 22                Sunday, Nov. 23                  Sunday, Nov. 23

5:00pm                                   8:30am                                   10:30am

BAS Said Eucharist            BCP Said Eucharist                        BAS Sung Eucharist

Chapel of the Nativity         Chapel of the Nativity         The Nave


Wednesday, Nov. 26                                   Thursday, Nov. 26

10:00am & 12:15pm                                       12:15

BAS Said Eucharist                                    BAS Said Eucharist

The Nave (10:00) Chapel (12:15)             Chapel of the Nativity



Parish Events Next Week

Monday, Nov. 24                  Wednesday, Nov. 26           Thursday, Nov. 27

12:00pm                                 10:45am                                 10:00am                     7:00pm

Women’s Bible Study         Bible Study                           Quilts & Crafts          Choir Practice

Algoma Room                       Algoma Room                       Phoenix Hall             The Nave


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Nov 142014

This Sunday following the 10:30am service we will have our Lunch and Learn with a speaker from the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association. It should be an interesting and informative talk for all. – Joy  2014-11-16BAS 2014-11-16 BCP Like this:Like Loading…

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