THE OCTAVE DAY OF EASTER
APRIL 11, 2021
ALLELUIA. CHRIST IS RISEN! HE IS RISEN INDEED. ALLEUIA!
TODAY AT ST. MARY’S
Godly Play for children 3-6 years via zoom at 1:30 pm. Today’s story is ‘Jesus is Risen: The Road to Emmaus’ Luke 24:28-35.
FAITHQUEST (for children 7-13 via zoom). Start the THE TEMPLE OF SOLOMON rotation with Pray Per View (movie and discussion) Leader: Len. Memory Verse: “Come, let us bow down in worship, let us kneel before the Lord our Maker; for he is our God and we are the people of his pasture, the flock under his care.” Ps. 95:6, 7
PARISH LIFE NOTES
“IN PERSON” SUNDAY WORSHIP. Please register below ahead of time if you desire to attend the Sunday service at St. Mary’s, and observe public health protocols. Today’s service and sermon will be live-streamed (audio) during the service. Recorded audio will be posted to the same page on the parish website following worship today.
MESSAGE OF CONDOLENCE TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN from Archbishop Linda Nicholls may be read here: https://www.anglican.ca/news/a-message-of-condolence-to-queen-elizabeth-ii-on-the-death-of-hrh-the-prince-philip-duke-of-edinburgh/30033501/
LET US WELCOME THE NEWLY BAPTIZED! In a service of Holy Baptism and Laying on of Hands with Prayer on Holy Saturday we celebrated the Baptism of Derek, where he was born a-new by water and the Spirit, made a child of God by adoption, a member of Christ’s Church, and an heir of His everlasting kingdom.We give glory and thanks to God for this His gracious work in our midst!
QU’APPELLE HOUSE CRAFT SALE. Qu’Appelle House Auxiliary and staff are collecting items for a craft sale for the residents and we are looking for donations. Please contact Judy, Brenda or Lynda for more information and to have your items picked up. (We will arrange a single drop-off at Qu’Appelle House to minimize contact.) Deadline is April 28. Thank you in advance. All proceeds go to Qu’Appelle House Auxiliary to help fund special events for residents, like bi monthly birthday parties, a summer picnic, a tart tea, a strawberry social, Christmas stockings, etc.
All crafts welcome, but if you’re stumped, things that go over really well are jewelry (best seller), walker bags, any sort of decor for the residents’ rooms, notepads, cards, bookmarks, artwork, summer hats, etc. If anyone isn’t particularly crafty but wants to purchase word find books, they go over really well too. We aren’t accepting homemade food right now due to the covid 19 pandemic.
MEND WITH CARE. Any clothing in need of repair? We are a small group of menders offering to do some basic or creative mending for all your worn wear! All proceeds will go directly to the Refugee Fund. We welcome ripped seams, unraveled knitwear, holes to patch, wool to darn, loose or missing buttons. Please contact Clara at email@example.com
HAND-DIPPED BEESWAX CANDLES from St. Mary’s may be purchased for $5.00 a pair by contacting Yvonne in the parish office. Phone: 306 522-6052, email: firstname.lastname@example.org Parishioners can pick up their candles from the newly installed mailbox at the Montague St. entrance, and leave a cheque in the proper amount. Proceeds to Refugee Fund.
THIS BLESSED EASTERTIDE! The season of Easter which began last Sunday continues for 50 days until the Feast of Pentecost. Join us week days at 8.30 a.m. for Morning Prayer and 5.30 p.m. for Evening Prayer.