Recent Announcements

  • ADVENT WILL SOON BE UPON US…

    In this season before Christmas we will participate in a number of outreach endeavours to assist in the city. Once again this year we invite you to share in our “Reverse Advent calendar” by adding a non-perishable food item to a box each day during Advent until Epiphany Sunday for the Sudbury food bank…

    Also, our ...

  • Our new Archbishop and Metropolitan of Ontario

    (Copied from the Diocese of Algoma website: www.dioceseofalgoma.com)

    By now, many of you have heard the news that our Bishop was elected at the recent convocation of Provincial Synod, October 9-12, to serve as Ontario’s new Metropolitan. She will be installed to this office on October 11th during the Synod at Christ Church Cathedral, Ottawa, Primate ...

  • Return to Regular Worship Schedule

    This Sunday, September 9, 2018, we return to our regular Sunday schedule:

    8:30 am – Holy Eucharist…a quiet, meditative service from the Book of Common Prayer

    10:30 am – Choral Eucharist…our family service from the Book of Alternative Services which includes a children’s program, “Godly Play”

  • Summer Vacation

    Bishop Tom & Ruth will be on vacation for the month of August. Sunday services will be as follows:

    August 5th – 10 am, Holy Eucharist – The Rev. Rhonda Hirst

    August 12 – 10 am, Morning Prayer (BAS) – Marion Collinson

    August 19 – 10 am, Holy Eucharist – The Rev. Rhonda Hirst

    August 26 – 10 am, ...

  • Happy Birthday, Canon Michael!

    We extend happy birthday wishes to Canon Michael Hankinson, our former Honorary Associate, who celebrated his 98th birthday on June 9th. Thanks to their daughter-in-law Gail for sending the photo of the Hankinsons opening birthday cards. They look great! (Click on “Happy Birthday, Canon Michael!” above to see the photo)

  • Downtown Churches Barbecue

    On Friday June 8th the downtown Churches group held a Barbecue outside Christ the King Church. Many people enjoyed burgers, hotdogs and cold drinks thanks to the folks from six downtown churches – Christ the King, Ste Anne des Pins Roman Catholic Church, St. Andrew’s United Church, Anglican Church of the Epiphany, Trinity Evangelical Lutheran ...