Diocese of Rupert's Land • Anglican Church of Canada

Serving God

and the community
since 1889

Notices -

10 December 2017 - Second Sunday of Advent

Pew Leaflet (PDF)


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:

10 December - Sung Eucharist


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

Next week -

17 December: Third Sunday of Advent

  8:15  am - Said Eucharist

  10:30 am - Sung Eucharist

  4:00 pm - Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols

Recordings of some services at St. Luke's -

Click here.

The Winged Ox

St. Luke’s parish magazine.

Patronal Festival 2017


Submissions may be E-mailed

or dropped into the Parish Office.

Next issue is the Christmas edition
available on the Third Sunday of Advent (17 Dec.).
Deadline is Sunday 10 December.


Past editions -
Easter 2017

Lent 2017

Christmas 2016

Patronal Festival 2016


A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols -

Sunday 17 December - 4:00pm

A reception in the parish hall will follow the service. Bertha Brant is looking for  donations of cheese, pâtés, shrimp rings, appetizers, finger foods, dips, slices, Christmas cake, cookies, or monetary donations. Her e-mail address is bertbrant@gmail.com or phone her at 204.795.6066 (please leave a message, she doesn’t always hear the phone ringing). She will go through the items with you that she needs or let her know what you could donate. She will return all calls and e-mails.

  Bertha’s looking forward to hearing from you.


The Winged Ox -

The Christmas edition will be available on 17 December. The deadline to submit articles, etc., is Sunday 10 December. Please forward material to the editor, Sheila Welbergen.


Season of Giving -

Help a child go to school in Uganda.

Donate and use a gift card anywhere - in your home, in the mail, or for a friend. Information sheets and gift cards are at the back of the church. If you need more cards, ask Joanne Tapscott.


Hospitality Drop-in -

Thank you for all the donations of coats, boots, and clothing. Our Hospitality tree is up and the following items are needed before our Big Breakfast on 19 December: Tree - socks, gloves, mittens, and scarves (dark colours). We accept donations for our Big Breakfast; volunteers are needed either at 7:00 or 8:00 am. Please think of this ministry when giving Christmas donations.
Our guests really look forward to the event every year!


Canadian Museum for Human Rights -

CMHR will be open without admission fee on Sunday 10 December.

The Museum offers free general admission on the first Wednesday of every month from 5:00pm to 9:00pm. This does not include access to temporary exhibitions displayed in the Level 1 Gallery.


Bible Study -

Tuesdays at 10:00am in the Boardroom, studying the Gospel of St. John. We expect to finish by 11:00am. There are bibles available, but please bring your own - any translation will do. Prior to Bible Study, if you wish to come to Morning Prayer, it it held at 9:15am in the quire.


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.


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.


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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of The Parish Church of St. Luke

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