Diocese of Rupert's Land • Anglican Church of Canada

Serving God

and the community
since 1889

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Notices -

7 March 2021
Third Sunday in Lent

Uganda Sunday

A comprehensive service booklet is prepared for each service, which includes hymns, prayers, responses, psalm, collects, lessons, etc.

This week’s is available to view online or download for your computer, smartphone, or tablet device by clicking below:


7 March - Online Sung Eucharist

Next week -

See notice in the right column.

The Winged Ox

St. Luke’s parish magazine.

Advent/Christmas 2020


Submissions may be e-mailed

or dropped into the Parish Office.

Next issue is the Advent/Christmas edition.
Deadline is Sunday 14 March 2021.


Past editions -
Harvest Thanksgiving/Patronal Festival 2020

Pentecost/Trinity 2020

Lent and Easter 2020

Advent and Christmas 2019


Notice re: COVID-19 pandemic -


In-person worship has been cancelled.


Pre-recorded services are still being offered online.
This is an opportunity to share in the community with your fellow parishioners. Invite your family members, friends, and neighbours to join the broadcast.

We will continue this practice as long as necessary.

Join us Sundays starting at 9:00am for the service on Facebook. (Link)

You can also watch on YouTube at 9:15am. (Link)


The online services are available to watch at either site after the "premiere" at any time.


Be sure to subscribe to both parish Facebook and YouTube pages to be informed of future postings to the sites, and comment and "like" the broadcasts so we know your thoughts and see your participation.


If you have special prayer requests, please click HERE.




St. Luke’s Lenten gifts will become small miracles in Uganda


COVID-19 is affecting children and their families the world over. Uganda is a country rent with poverty and the pandemic brings one more layer of struggle.  This struggle is especially felt in the urban areas, where it is more difficult to establish gardens and feed families. One example is the church’s need to cut wages for Mr. Mulondo. He is an ever-present leader and superintendent of all schools in the diocese for twenty years. He is a constant contact for the Companion Diocese Committee.


Our Ugandan Children

What is the position of our Ugandan children (orphans)? Colleen Wood writes “I saw a country where everyone has to hustle to survive … The clothes of the children were not in very good shape and some had no money for uniforms. The outdoor kitchen kept blowing over.  Bishop Michael asks us to pray for Our Ugandan Children. He states “they often live with families who have few resources.”"


7 March is Uganda Sunday at St. Luke’s. Colleen Woods of Alberta travelled to Central Buganda in February of 2020.  She will be our speaker and will present photos and comments via Zoom, which will be inserted in the online service.


 We can share our Lenten Gifts and make a difference to children and their families, in our sister Diocese of Central Buganda. ‘With bright educated children the future is much brighter for Uganda’ said previous Bishop Jackson. Equally important, St. Luke’s parish can help to rebuild the Companion Diocese Committee’s Orphan Fund. Listed below are the various and easy ways to make a difference!


  1. St. Luke’s Offering Envelopes: Memo to read Ugandan Orphan Fund.
  2. Any envelope clearly marked Ugandan Orphan Fund: put through the mail slot at the car park door.
  3. canadahelps.org: St. Luke’s Anglican Church, Winnipeg – Go to Mission and Outreach, Memo Ugandan Orphan Fund
  4. St. Luke’s website: Our Ugandan Children


Glory to God whose power working in us

can do infinitely more than we can ask or imagine.


Thank you for thinking of the our orphaned children in our sister diocese.




Anglican Journal

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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

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Fax: 204.474.1790

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