Diocese of Rupert's Land • Anglican Church of Canada

Serving God

and the community
since 1889

Notices -

18 February 2018 -
First Sunday in Lent

Pew Leaflet

 

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:

18 February - 10:30 am - Sung Eucharist & Healing

 

When at church, you can access St. Luke’s guest
Wi-Fi network: Gloria  password: inexcelsis

Next week -

25 February: Second Sunday in Lent

     8:15 am - Said Eucharist

     10:30 am - Sung Eucharist

Recordings of some services at St. Luke's -

Click here.

The Winged Ox

St. Luke’s parish magazine.

Advent/Christmas 2017

 

Submissions may be E-mailed

or dropped into the Parish Office.

Next issue is the Lent/Easter edition.
Deadline is Sunday 11 March 2018.

 

Past editions -
Patronal Festival 2017

Easter 2017

Lent 2017

Christmas 2016

 

Hospitality Drop-in Big Breakfast -

A Big Thank You to all who gave their time, effort and donations to the Big Breakfast on Shrove Tuesday. Almost a hundred people enjoyed a hearty breakfast of pancakes, sausages and ham, plus cereal, fruit, juice, and cookies. Bags of laundry detergent, tea and coffee, toothbrushes and toothpaste, and socks were handed out.

All the guests were extremely thankful for all the love our parish shows them.

 

Thursday Drop-in -

Every Thursday beginning at 1:00 until 4:00pm.
Join us for coffee and casual conversation, board games, cribbage, or bridge in the parish hall. Enter through the Day Care entrance (515 Stradbrook Ave.).
All are welcome!

 

Bible and Breakfast -

24 February - St. Peter’s Anglican Church,  755 Elm Street

 

Lenten Gifts -

Sunday 25 February, as we continue to observe Lent, we focus our attention on the children of Central Buganda. Sean Carlson, a truly inspiring speaker, will give us a message. Our gifts given during Lent provide schooling and a sense of belonging for needy children. Education gives children the opportunity to learn and to plan for their future. A scrumptious luncheon will be served following the 10:30 eucharist. Please plan to attend.

 

Delicious Dishes -

11 March - a spaghetti lunch in the parish hall after the 10.30 eucharist. Menu will be spaghetti with meat sauce, a bun, and home baking by Janice Van Vliet for dessert, and tea or coffee. Cost $12 per person, 12 and under free.

25  March - assorted quiches, salad, and bread, with home baking by Vera Rosolowich for dessert. Tea or coffee. $10 per person, 12 and under free.

As much as possible, special needs are catered for, for example, vegetarians or those that cannot tolerate gluten. If you have a dietary concern and want to attend, please let us know, we will do our best to cater to your needs.

We look forward to seeing you there.

 

The Winged Ox -

The Lent/Easter edition will be available on 18 March.

The deadline to submit articles, etc., is Sunday 11 March - please send to the editor, Sheila Welbergen, stwelbergen@shaw.ca.

 

5th Annual Multifaith Leadership Breakfast -

Tuesday 27 February - 7:30 am (Doors open at 7:00 am)

Convocation Hall - 2W16 Wesley Hall, University of Winnipeg

Guest Speaker - Mohammad Rezai, Vice-Principal, Grant Park High School

Strangers No More: Refugees, Schools, and a Future for all

 

Bible Study -

10:00am Tuesdays in the Boardroom. All are welcome!

 

Building Dementia Friendly Communities Information Series -

Location: Crescent Fort Rouge United Church, 525 Wardlaw Ave.

   The Realities of Dementia: Care Essentials

   Thursday 22 March 7–8:30 pm

As a person's dementia progresses they may experience changes in their communication and behaviour. These changes may be triggered by factors in the person's health, changes in their environment, problems with cognition and communication, or being asked to do things that are not reflective of their current abilities. Learn more about these changes and care-giving approaches that focus on understanding how the person with dementia is trying to communicate with their words, gestures and behaviours.

For more information, please contact:

Crescent Fort Rouge United Church - 204.475.6011  cfruc@mts.net.

 

Tuesday Gathering and Prayers –

Children’s program after school in the parish hall (Library will be open for homework and study). Food prep. begins at 5:00 pm. The meal begins at 5:30 pm. Bring your appetite, some food and thoughts to share at the weekly pot-luck. All are welcome, especially children anytime after school from 4:00 pm-on.

It is an alternative to Sunday worship, notably for young families. If you are looking for a relaxing, informal gathering and easy Tuesday meal, please join us!

Said Eucharist at 6:00pm in the chancel.

All adults, children, and dishes are most welcome.

 

Rupert’s Land News -

The diocesan publication Rupert’s Land News is available only via e-mail. 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

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Canada      R3L 2H1

Tel: 204.452.3609

Fax: 204.474.1790

E-Mail: stluke@shaw.ca

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