The Canadian Women Composers (CWC) Project presents soprano Clarisse Tonigussi, and pianist Sandra Kerr, in recital, featuring the works of Canadian women composers. Friday, September 22, 2017 Start: 7pm, at St. Mary’s Anglican Church.
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The Cathedral Area Community Association will hold their annual Community Clean-up Saturday, September 23 from 8:30 AM to noon. They will pick up any items discarded in the back alleys in the area. St. Mary’s will show hospitality to people from the Cathedral Area and from St. Mary’s by serving breakfast starting at 8:30 AM in the lower hall at St. Mary’s. Volunteers are needed to help with breakfast. Please sign the sign-up sheet on the landing or contact Sandra D.
We love to welcome our moms and their little ones to our Mom and Tots Tea group — potluck style. We provide tea and coffee, milk and juice. You are welcome to bring a snack to share. Start on Wednesday, September 13 from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM.
Save the date! Thursday September 28, 2017 @ 7.00 p. m. at St. Mary’s. Regina Symphony Orchestra Chamber Players and Organist, Valerie Hall play “Music to My Ears”. Donations welcomed. Meet and Greet afterwards in the Upper Hall.
Women’s Time Out begins again for the fall every Thursday from 9:30-11:30. We are picking up where we left off in the spring – on chapter 8 in the book “Becoming a Woman of Grace“. We explore the many ways God’s grace has already enriched our lives and how we can know His grace more fully and extend it to others we meet in our day to day lives. Any women are always welcome to join us. We are still looking for someone who would be willing to babysit for us.
On October 31, in the year of our Lord 1517, Dr. Martin Luther, a priest, monk, and professor of theology walked up to Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany and nailed a parchment to the doors on which were written 95 theses which he wanted to his fellow academics at the University to debate. Little did he know what the consequences were to be. This October 31st marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.
In today’s Gospel lesson Jesus tells us a story about the “kingdom of heaven,” which is not a place called heaven where you go after you die. The kingdom of heaven is the personal presence and power of God to save us, right here and now.
We believe that through the life, death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus Christ God has established His heavenly King on this earth, and He is reigning and ruling from His throne as we speak throne. To be a Christian is to know that God has rescued you from the reign and rule of Satan, sin and death, and transferred you into the kingdom of His Son whom He loves. As a consequence, life can never be the same…
So what is life like in the kingdom of heaven? What does that mean for our lives?