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Wonderful Winter Wonderland Tea and Bazaar

Winter Wonderland Tea and Bazaar A great way for getting ready for the Christmas Season Saturday 9 November 11 am – 2 pm   Featuring   Christmas Tea Room Children’s Tea Room with Santa St Luke’s Boutique Home-baked cookies Deli delectables Fancy cookies Crafts Books     Adults $5.00, Children 6-12 $3.00, 5 & under free

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St Luke’s Community Gardens wrap up season

St Luke’s Gardens wrap up the season It was a terrific year for the community gardeners and neighbourhood — from November issue of The Anglican The first harvest of a wide selection of vegetables at the St Luke’s Community Gardens [has been completed now]. The project exemplifies one of the parish goals: “connecting with our…

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Learn about social justice

Social Justice and Advocacy – resources A collection of resources for learning about social justice issues Jesus’ teachings make it clear that we are called to care for the poor and for those in need. The resources here are to provide some references about needs and to foster thinking about how best to engage intentionally…

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We celebrate the Feast of St Luke

Sunday, 20 October: We celebrate the Feast of Saint Luke — our Patron Saint We gather as the community of faith to celebrate our Patron Saint This is a great day to gather for a Festive Eucharist and the Feast of St Luke, enjoy a meal together, and stay for some really great local music.…

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The Story of Poker Joe

The Story of Poker Joe Updating pastoral skills and tools of ministry The people of St Luke’s have a great sense of humour. Arnold, one of the parishioners, sent this little video along to our parish priest. Arnold wondered if the video could offer some tips that our priest could use to bring something new…

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PWRDF mobilizes in response to Dorian

PWRDF mobilizes reponse to Dorian Hurricane Dorian has devastated the Bahamas. News footage shows the areas around Freeport to be unrecognizable, completely submerged in water. In response to the immediate and urgent needs on the ground, PWRDF is receiving donations and sending financial support to Episcopal Relief and Development of the Episcopal Church of the…

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Coming in October…

Great events coming in October Mark you calendars and spread the word — celebrate the Feast of St Luke Turkey Dinner A delicious full turkey dinner with all the trimmings for Harvest and Thanksgiving Season What a tasty way to get into the Fall Season. And.. you don’t have to cook a thing. It’s all…

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New primate foresees time of change for national church

New primate foresees time of change for national church BY  TALI FOLKINS August 26, 2019 The Anglican Journal photo – Geoff Howe The Anglican Church of Canada’s new primate says her top priority will be a review of the church’s mission and ministry—a re-examination of its role that could result in “painful” change for some as…

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Community Gardens … WOW !

Amazing community gardens Neighbours grow amazing produce ready for fall harvest from community gardens Neighbourhood gardeners in the Curtis Creek area of East City have had amazing results from their hard work at the St Luke’s Community Gardens. Most of the plants and vegetables were planted from seeds in the spring. Thanks to the attentive care…

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Anglican Church introduces new digital magazine

Anglican Church introduces new digital magazine BY Matthew Townsend The Anglican Journal Anglicans looking for in-depth stories and diverse perspectives on complex subjects have a new place to look: Epiphanies, a digital magazine produced by the Anglican Journal team. The summer issue of Epiphanies, published August 12, focuses on crisis within creation. This first issue offers in-depth reporting on the theology of…

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