Join us as we enter into the life and resurrection of Jesus by prayer
April 14, Maundy Thursday 7pm – Maundy means command. It is the day we remember Jesus’ last supper with his disciples where he gave them a new commandment, to love one another as he has loved us. That love he showed at that very meal by washing their feet in an act of humble service. That love would be obedience in faith even to death upon the cross.
April 15, Good Friday 10am – This solemn and somber day we mediate on the cross of Christ.
April 16, Holy Saturday 7pm – This Year we will celebrate with St. David’s and St. Patrick’s at St. Augustine’s (6110 Fulton Rd). The Great Easter Vigil recounts the love and blessings outpoured from God in creation right through to the resurrection of Jesus and over our lives today. It is the first Eucharist of the Easter season and when we bring the new light of Christ into the church from a new fire.
April 17, Easter Sunday 10am – Celebrate Easter with thanksgiving together.
All our worship will be in person with the availability of particpation by zoom. The zoom link will be on our website. For those who are feeling well and who choose to come in person, masking, distancing and sanitizing are encouraged whenever possible. We will share communion at the altar rail in one kind (bread only).
A joint decision was made this morning to move our “church in the park” service and barbecue to St. Augustine’s Church. Although it is not raining as yet, the forecast is for cool temperatures and the possibility of rain.
Please come and join us at St. Augustine of Canterbury Church for both the service and the barbecue:
– a joint service of worship and celebration with our friends of St. Augustine’s Church:
– Sunday, August 26th at 10:30 am
– new location: St. Augustine’s Church at 6110 Fulton Road Edmonton
– a delicious barbecue lunch with lots of food will be served after the short service