Opera da Camera in pictures from their concert here at St Paul’s December 2012. Videos from selected concerts by Opera da Camera may be found on Youtube.com
Our Services during Holy Week:
On Maundy Thursday, March 28 at 5:30pm, we will share in a Seder Supper which celebrates both Passover and the Last Supper of our Lord. There is a short liturgy preceding the meal and an Eucharist following the feast. The occasion is very family friendly, as the ritual before the food consists of questions posed by children and answered by adults. The meal at the heart of the celebration is a potluck dinner.
Please, indicate on the sign-up sheet in the narthex how many of your family will attend and what food dish you will contribute. Thank you.
The Good Friday Service at 11am
On Easter Sunday, the parishioners of St. John’s will join us for worship at 10am, as it is the 5th Sunday of the month. Ordinarily we would enjoy a potluck lunch together, we will forgo the lunch and we will share a light breakfast together of coffee, muffins and fruit, during the hour between the two services on Easter Morning.
If you can bake or bring a dozen muffins for the occasion, please indicate what kind on the sign-up sheet in the narthex. Muffins can be dropped off at the church on the Saturday morning of March 30 between 9 and 11am. Thank you.
A World Day of Prayer service will be held here, at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Fort Erie on Friday March 1st 2013 at 10:30 a.m. All are welcome and invited to attend. A light lunch follows the service.
From the World Day of Prayer website:
World Day of Prayer is a worldwide movement of Christian women of many traditions who come together to observe a common day of prayer each year, and who, in many countries, have a continuing relationship in prayer and service.
- It is a movement initiated and carried out by women in more than 170 countries and regions.
- It is a movement symbolized by an annual day of celebration – the first Friday of March – to which all people are welcome.
- It is a movement which brings together women of various races, cultures, and traditions in closer fellowship, understanding, and action throughout the year.
Read more about the World Day of Prayer here
Vestry Report of 2012 – St Paul’s Anglican Church.
Ecumenical Lenten worship services, 12:10 – 12:35 p.m. each Wednesday of Lent, a time of fellowship and breaking bread together (Brown Bag lunch, tea and coffee provided) will follow the service. All are welcome and invited to attend.
- February 20 – at First Baptist Church, corner of Bertie St. and Central Ave.
- February 27 – at St. Andrew’s Know Presbyterian, corner of Central and Emerick Ave.
- March 6 – at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, corner of Gilmore Rd. and Lakeshore Rd.
- March 13 – at St. Michael’s Roman Catholic Church, Central Ave.
- March 20 – at Trinity Lutheran Church, corner of Bertie St. and Central Ave.
- March 27 – at Bethel Pentecostal Church, 500 Central Ave.