Holy Week at St. Luke’s

Maundy Thursday – 5:30 pm @ St. Leonard’s Anglican Church (4241 – 44 Street).

Seder Supper and Institution of the Lord’s Supper.

(No 2:00 Eucharist today).

 

Good Friday – 11:00 am @ St. Luke’s Anglican Church

 

Holy Saturday – 8:00 pm @ St. Leonard’s Anglican Church (4241 – 44 Street)

The Great Vigil of Easter

 

Easter Sunday – 8:00 and 10:00 am @ St. Luke’s Anglican Church

(8:00 BCP Holy Communion, 10:00 Holy Baptism and Eucharist)

(No evening service today).

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Advent and Christmas at St. Luke’s

Sundays in Advent: December 3, 10, 17 & 24

8:00 am BCP Holy Communion

10:00 am Holy Eucharist

7:00 pm Compline (late evening prayer) except Dec. 24

Midweek Eucharist: December 7, 14 & 21

Thursdays at 2:00 (followed by Parish Tea on Dec. 14)

Christmas Eve Services – December 24

4:30 pm “Happy Birthday Jesus!” A Christmas celebration for the young and young at heart.

9:00 pm Christmas Eve Communion

Christmas Day – December 25

11:00 am Christmas Day Communion

First Sunday After Christmas – December 31

10:00 am Christmas Lessons and Carols

Community Events:

December 19 at 7:00 pm: “In the Spirit of Christmas.” Music, readings and stories for the Christmas season.

Holy Week at St. Luke’s

Palm Sunday – April 9 at 10:00 am – The Ven. Richard Lemmon presiding.
Noon Hour Services – 12:00 pm – Short Service with Soup and Bun Lunch to follow.

Monday April 10th, at St Leonard’s Anglican Church

Tuesday April 11th, at Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church

Wednesday April 12th, at Sunnybrook United Church

Thursday April 13th, at Knox Presbyterian Church

Triduum – The Three Days joint Lutheran/Anglican services.

Mandy Thursday: 7:00 pm at St. Leonard’s Anglican Church

Good Friday: 11:00 am at St. Luke’s Anglican Church

Great Vigil of Easter (Saturday): 7:00 pm at Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd

Easter Sunday at St. Luke’s

10:00 am – Easter Sunday Eucharist – The Rt. Rev. Derek Hoskin presiding.

Christmas at St. Luke’s

Christmas Eve – December 24

5:30 pm – “Happy Birthday, Jesus!” A Christmas celebration for the young, and young at heart. 

9:00 pm – “Silent Night, Holy Night.” The traditional Christmas Eve communion service. 


Christmas Day – December 25

10:00 am – “The Greatest Gift.” Christmas morning communion.


New Years Day – January 1

10:00 am – “Songs of Celebration.” Christmas Lessons and Carols, with Communion.

The War on Advent

We’ve become accustomed to hearing people complain about store clerks not being able to say “Merry Christmas.” Some go so far as to say that this is evidence of a war on Christmas. Perhaps the real war isn’t in the marketplace; perhaps the real war is in our own backyard. Check it out at The Anglican Pastor blog. 

The War on Advent