Back to School means back to our regular worship schedule!
SUNDAYS @ 8:30AM – TRADITIONAL HOLY COMMUNION
A quiet, said (no singing), early morning traditional service using the Liturgy for Holy Communion from the Book of Common Prayer (BCP).
SUNDAYS @ 10:30AM – COMMUNION CELEBRATION
A more contemporary all-ages service with plenty of singing and celebration using the Liturgy for the Celebration of the Eucharist from the Book of Alternative Services (BAS).
There is a Children’s Liturgy of the Word at this service. Youth and adults are encouraged to get involved through active participation in the Liturgy. Following the service, there is opportunity to get to know one another better during a time of refreshments and fellowship.
And don’t forget this Sunday, Sept. 9th is Emmaus’ 2nd Anniversary Celebration & Blessing of the Backpacks!
Students of all ages, teachers & educators are invited to bring themselves and their backpacks/briefcases to church for a special blessing as the 2018-19 school year begins. A pot luck lunch will follow the service!
Sunday, September 9th 10:30am
Join us for Emmaus’ 2nd Anniversary Celebration & Blessing of the Backpacks!
Students of all ages, teachers & educators are invited to bring themselves and their backpacks/briefcases to church for a special blessing as the 2018-19 school year begins.
A pot luck lunch will follow the service!
The Shingwauk Gathering & Conference happens this coming weekend, August 3, 4 & 5th at Algoma/Shingwauk University Campus.
Emmaus Anglican Church is built on land held by the Shingwauk Trust for which we give great thanks and celebration. We encourage all to participate in this event hosted by Children of Shingwauk Alumni Association which includes:
Friday, Aug. 3 at 2:00pm
The Ceremonial Opening of “Reclaiming Shingwauk Hall Exhibition”
Saturday, Aug. 4 at 9:00am
Opening Prayer, Welcoming Remarks & Introduction of Keynote Speakers
Sunday, Aug. 4 at 10:30am
Service of Morning Prayer at Bishop Fauquier Memorial Chapel & Memorial Walk to Shingwauk Cemetery with Bishop Anne Germond and Lana Grawbarger, Lay Pastor at St. John’s Garden River.
More details, include a schedule of events can be found online here.
“When you pass through the waters, I will be with you.” Isaiah 43:2
JULY 9-13, 2018
9 – 11:30 am
Through stories, music, crafts and games, we’ll ride the rapids with God!
Registration Forms: VBS2018Registration
[Please Register by July 4th]
Contact us at 705-759-2545 or email us for more info
*If a parent or guardian wishes to accompany children 3 & under, we are more than happy for them to participate, however activities will be geared to school aged children.
Living the Mission – Bishop Rob’s Ride for Unity, Healing & Reconcilation
Bishop Rob, Diocese of Qu’Appelle, is cycling across Canada praying for unity, healing & reconciliation whilst raising funds. Get involved by praying, donating or joing a section of the ride!
Sault Ste. Marie – Saturday June 23rd
4pm @ St. Luke’s Cathedral (160 Brock St)
Cycle with the Bishop from the Cathedral (or drive) to the
Garden River Community Centre (corner of Hwy 17B & Shingwauk St)
for a Potluck Meal w/ Prayer Service
Community Centre opens at 4pm for food drop off.
Meal will begin between 5:00 & 5:30 p.m.
If cycling AND bringing food…leave your food at the Synod Office before 4pm and Susan Koyle will bring it to Garden River.
Bishop Rob hopes to raise $2 million for the Anglican Healing Fund and other very worthwhile projects.
Learn more on Facebook.
Please note the office will be closed Wednesday, June 6th & Thursday, June 7th, 2018 as Mary, our parish administrator & Rev. Pam will be away at Diocesan Executive meetings in Sudbury. Thank you.
This Sunday (May 20th) we celebrate Pentecost and mark the giving of the Holy Spirit to the disciples for the sake of sharing God’s love in the world.
After our 10:30am service we will gather for a potluck luncheon. Please join us for worship & bring your favourite dish to share afterwards as we fellowship in Christ!