Diocese of Rupert's Land • Anglican Church of Canada
and the community
Pew Leaflet (PDF) - 25 June 2017
Third Sunday after Pentecost
A comprehensive service booklet is prepared for each service, which includes hymns, prayers, responses, psalm, collects, readings, etc.
This week’s is available to view online or download for your computer, smartphone, or tablet device at by clicking below:
When at church, you can access St. Luke’s guest
Wi-Fi network: Gloria password: inexcelsis
The service booklet should be available after 8:00pm each Saturday.
Next week -
2 July: Fourth Sunday after Pentecost
10:30 am - Parish Sung Eucharist
Recordings of some services at St. Luke's -
Royal Canadian College of Organists presents
An organ duo in concert at St. Luke’s on Wednesday 28 June at 7:00 pm.
Organized Crime is a comedy routine, somewhat like “Phyllis Diller meets Victor Borge on the organ bench.”
Organized Crime was created by two young, talented and precocious organists: Sarah Svendsen and Rachel Mahon who dare to go where no organist has gone before.
The evening will be filled with crazy antics, hilarious props, tongue-in-cheek commentary, and brilliant organ playing - four hands and four feet at the same time! Duo versions of Disney tunes, operatic tunes, and some of the top hits of the organ repertoire are likely to be featured.
This is a family-friendly show and one that is sure to appeal to all generations.
Check out the Organized Crime Duo web site:
http://www.organizedcrimeduo.com for more.
Tickets available at McNally Robinson and in limited numbers at the door.
Tickets: Adults $20, Students with a student card: $10, under 12: Free.
Flowers on Sunday are given to the glory of God and in loving memory of Jan Mildren by Gladys and Gail Mildren.
A new lectern honouring Fr. Tom -
You are cordially invited to a “come-and-go” event where we’ll show the new lectern to Fr. Tom Graham.
Monday 26 June - between 1:30 and 3:30pm.
Sterling House - 909 Wilkes Ave. (Linden Woods)
Coffee and tea will be provided. Please bring a plate of treats to share. (Paper or plastic plates only.)
July and August -
During the summer months, there is one Sunday morning service - a Parish Sung Eucharist at 10:30 am. The early (8:15 am) eucharist will begin again on the Sunday after Labour Day.
Mid-week Matins (Morning Prayer) - Tuesday and Wednesday, and the Thursday morning Said Eucharist are not held during July and August.
Habitat for Humanity Build morning snack –
11 July - Needed: cheese, fruit, hard-boiled eggs, baked goods (muffins, scones, etc.), wrapped separately in serving sizes. Please let Susan Roe-Finlay know if you can contribute. We need to supply enough for 150. Food needs to at St. Luke’s by 8:30 am on 11 July or in the fridge the night before.
Pastoral Care -
Please consider donating unused birthday cards to be sent to parishioners. Cards can be dropped off in the parish office during office hours.
Contact Carol Perch for information.
Bible Study -
Mondays at 11:30 am in the boardroom.
Rupert’s Land News -
The diocesan publication Rupert’s Land News will be available only via e-mail effective immediately. Parishioners who do not have access to e-mail may request that the parish print a hard copy which may be picked up at the back of the church nave. Those who are unable to attend church services may contact the parish office and request that the printed Rupert’s Land News issues be forwarded by mail along with our parish’s Winged Ox news magazine which is published four times per year.
The Parish Church of St. Luke
130 Nassau Street North
Canada R3L 2H1
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