This week I was out taking Thanksgiving Home Communions with the help of Wendy Lovely, who coordinates our great group of Pastoral Visitors. We visited a number of folk who are not able to come to church for their Thanksgiving communion. On our visits, I was encouraged by those folks’ willingness and ability to name… Read More Giving Thanks For Our Blessings
After a short break during July and August, St. George’s is returning to three services on Sunday mornings with the return of the 11:15am service. We return to three services this Sunday, Sept. 3. 11:15am services offer a relaxed contemporary worship with upbeat music, a great message for adults and children, activities for the kids,… Read More Sunday’s at 11:15 are back!
Bill Hyde is a long time member of our parish Choir here at St. George’s. He has written short invitation to our community that I hope will encourage folks to consider being a part of our church choir. Here is Bill’s invite: Here’s an offer you can’t resist. When Julie Payette made the short list… Read More Singing in a Choir is good for you
Sermon given by The Rev’d Canon Rob Park on Sunday, August 20, 2017, based on text Matthew 15:21-28. As Christians we believe that God’s message of Good News is for everyone. That God, through Jesus, wanted everyone to hear it and receive it. A message that included that God’s love is for the whole world.… Read More Hate has No Place in the Kingdom Of God
A mother was in to see me about her daughters upcoming baptism this week, and in talking about the service and the meaning of the baptismal vows that are so important for baptism. I reminded her that the vows that we take for ourselves off on behalf of those being baptised are about us promising… Read More Choosing Good