In spite of the return to the orange phase, let us “give thanks unto the Lord, for He is gracious; because His mercy endures forever!” (Psalm 118.1)
We have much for which to be thankful!
Here is the latest from St. George’s
- Please read the first attachment from Archbishop Edwards carefully. The Rector’s Corner (the second attachment) is entitled ‘Why I will wear a mask to Church”.
- Celebrations of the Holy Eucharist for this Thanksgiving Weekend are listed below – please call or email the Church Office to reserve a seat. Please note that
- masks are mandatory except for children under two years or for those who have medical conditions.
- Singing the hymns will continue with masks.
- The maximum number of people per Service is ten.
These Services, God-willing, will be live-streamed on Vimeo and Facebook. Click on the icons in the top right hand corner of St. George’s website or visit www.stgeorgesmoncton.ca/watch
Services this weekend include:
- Today (Saturday, 10 October) at 5:00 PM
- Tomorrow (Sunday, 11 October) 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, and 5:00 PM.
- The Bible Studies on Tuesday evening (7:00 PM) and Wednesday morning (10:00 AM) will proceed by ZOOM.
- If you wish to attend in person, please register by calling the Church Office (855-5209).
- The Vestry Meeting on Wednesday evening at 7:00 PM will also be held by ZOOM.
- If you wish to attend in person, however, that may be arranged by calling the Church Office.
- The reading of The Imitation of Christ on Thursday morning (7:00 AM) will be conducted by ZOOM.
- If you wish to attend in person, please reserve a seat by calling the Church Office.
- If you wish to attend the Thursday morning (10:00 AM) celebration of the Holy Eucharist in person, please call the Church Office to reserve a seat.
- God willing, all weekday Services at St. George’s, including Morning Prayer at 8:30 AM, Evening Prayer at 5:00 PM and the Thursday Eucharist will be live-streamed.
- Please do not hesitate to call/email me (855-5209 firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have questions or concerns.
This Sunday’s bulletin may be read on-line on the parish website.
Yours in Christ Jesus, the Lord of the Harvest,
Chris VanBuskirk +