Wisdom vindicated by her deeds Read today’s Epistle and Holy Gospel: Romans 7:15-25a;  Matthew 11: 16-19, 25-30 https://stlukesanglican.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Pentecost-5-A.mp3 Listen to this message A person could easily ask these days, just what exactly is the world coming to? I mean just take a look around. What about this younger generation? They flock to the beach in…

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Small gesture, big difference Read today’s gospel scripture Matthew 10: 40-42 https://stlukesanglican.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Pentecost-4-A-1.mp3 Listen to this message This is such a beautiful little passage from the Gospel of Matthew. It’s pretty brief but it has quite a bit of depth. It’s almost like a meditation. So, if you wish, you can pause the audio version of…

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SOLD OUT Be safe and ready when you’re out there Get your stylish COVID mask with parish logo to show your parish pride and your preparation for when physical distancing is a challenge Our sincere thanks to Barb Konkle for her kind generosity in donating the masks for sale at St Luke’s. St Luke’s COVID…

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National Indigenous Day of Prayer The Office of the National Indigenous Anglican Archbishop invites you to join us here for an online video worship service to celebrate National Indigenous Day of Prayer, June 21, 2020 at 2 pm Eastern Time. Come and see Indigenous Anglicans and friends from across Canada for prayer, singing and story. We…

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Harvest is plentiful; workers are few Read today’s gospel scripture Matthew 9:35-10:23 https://stlukesanglican.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Pent-2-A.mp3 Listen to this message THERE ARE A COUPLE things that strike me about today’s gospel passage.   First, it is because Jesus is filled by compassion that he responds so openly to the needs of the people Second, the harvest is plentiful…

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“Unprecedented” — Word of the Year The Readings for Trinity Sunday https://stlukesanglican.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Trinity-A-Unprecedented.mp3 Listen to this message My nomination for Word of the Year is the word unprecedented.   “Unprecedented” has been around for years and years, but in early 2020, the world started taking notice of it in a new way. In early January, the…

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Letter from Archbishop Anne Germond The provincial House of Bishops calls on the parishes of our dioceses to observe a sacred sabbath rest over the summer months so that we can be renewed for mission and ministry in this new season of evangelism and discipleship that is emerging for our Church 1 June 2020  …

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Gifts of the Spirit Read today’s epistle – 1 Corinthians 12: 3b-13 https://stlukesanglican.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Pentecost-A-rev.mp3 Listen to this message “Now there are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit; and there are varieties of services, but the same Lord; and there are varieties of activities, but it is the same God who activates all of them in…

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Message from Bishop Andrew at Pentecost “Stay in Jerusalem,” Jesus told them on Easter. Stay until you have been clothed with power from on high. So, for fifty days they remained all together watching, waiting and praying for that day to come. Since the third Sunday of Lent (that’s 65 days and counting), we have been dwelling…

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Resources to assist our visioning with regular updates RATIONALEThe purpose of the Resources is to stimulate thought, creative dreaming, and discussion — “the conversation” NEW Insightful article on the church post-COVID “The future is unkind to the unprepared. The best thing a leader can do is prepare.” By Carey Nieuwhof May 2020  “The good news…

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