WEEKLY PRAYER CYCLE
In our Parish Cycle of Prayer we pray for Diane & Peter Dent; Andrew Dewhurst & Gwen Peer; Georgie Docker.
In the Anglican Cycle of Prayer we pray for the Province of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan.
In the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada we pray for The National Indigenous Day of Prayer: for healing and reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Peoples.
In the Anglican Church of Canada we pray for The Provincial Synod of the Ecclesiastical Province of Rupert’s Land .
In our diocese of Niagara we pray for our Bishop, The Right Reverend Susan Bell, and the staff of Cathedral Place.
As a community we pray for prisoners, especially prisoners of conscience, those politically or unjustly imprisoned.
Those who have asked to be remembered in our prayers: Susan Andrews; Eric Mills; Susan Worrall; Linda Andrews-McFarlane; Kathy Johnston; Gary Hanna; Barb Jarrett; Sally & Willow Braun-Jackson; Celina Liong; Heather Glass; Norm Foley; Corina Jackson; Bishop Michael; Sharyn; Joe & Lori; Alexis & Brian; Veronica; Brian; Diana; Michael; Mildred; Paul; Jim; Rhonda; Shirley; Carole Nixon; Laura.
SUNDAY, JUNE 19th
8:30am Eucharist in the Cathedral
10:30am Choral Eucharist - Order of Service
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22nd
8:30am Morning Prayer—Via Zoom Followed by coffee & conversation.
12:15pm Said Eucharist in the Cathedral
THURSDAY, JUNE 23rd
12:15pm Mid-day Prayers in the Cathedral
FRIDAY, JUNE 24th
12:00 pm Litany of Reconciliation Via Zoom & in person in Bishopsgate
SUNDAY, JUNE 26th
Third Sunday after Pentecost
8:30am - Holy Eucharist - In person
10:30am - Holy Eucharist - In person - outdoors (weather permitting)
Please join us for worship in Bishopsgate (weather permitting) at our usual time of 10:30 am on Sunday, June 26.
Plan to stay for refreshments and conversation following the service.
We will begin our summer worship schedule the following Sunday, July 3 with one Sunday service at 9:30 am.
With thanks to Christ’s Church Cathedral
Following is a letter that was received recently from PWRDF in recognition of our support of PWRDF and its initiatives. Each of your gifts contributes to PWRDF's vision of creating a truly just, healthy, and peaceful world.
Dear Friends of PWRDF,
On behalf of the Board, staff, and partners of The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF), I would like to extend our thanks for the recent generous donation from your church. Your gift supports the work of PWRDF and its partners in preventive health, mother and child wellness, food security and nutrition, clean water and sanitation, Indigenous language and cultural reclamation, economic empowerment, and emergency humanitarian relief both here at home in Canada and more than thirty countries around the world. For over 60 years, PWRDF has worked to improve the lives of marginalized people around the world through development programs and relief efforts. We could not achieve these results and helped so many vulnerable men, women, and children without the generous support of our caring donors like you. Thank you again for your support for the work of PWRDF and our vision of creating a truly just, healthy, and peaceful world.
With blessings and gratitude,
Will Postma Executive Director
Donations can be made online here.
For more information on other ways to support the ongoing initiatives of PWRDF, please contact your Parish Representative at email@example.com or 905-387-1820.
If you would like to place flowers on the altar or at the chancel steps to honour or to celebrate your loved ones, please contact Donelle de Vlaming (289-239-9649).
In July and August we have one flower arrangement at the altar and the cost will be $80
All are welcome to receive communion and gluten-free wafers are available. Please relay your request through one of our greeters.