Noon Hour Services – Short Ecumenical Worship Services and Lunch – 12:05 pm
Monday, March 21 – St. Luke’s – 4929 54th Street
Tuesday, March 22 – Sacred Heart – 5508 48a Avenue
Wednesday, March 23 – Gaetz Memorial – 4758 Ross Street (50th Street)
Thursday, March 24 – Knox – 4718 Ross Street (50th Street)
2:00 pm – Holy Eucharist at St. Luke’s Anglican Church
5:00 pm – Seder Supper at St. Leonard’s Anglican Church
7:00 pm – Maundy Thursday Service at St. Leonard’s Anglican Church
11:00 am – Good Friday Service at The Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd
7:00 pm – The Great Vigil of Easter at St. Luke’s Anglican Church
Easter Sunday at St. Luke’s
Services at 8:00 am and 10:00 am
Mathew 25: 31-46
Our King is calling from the hungry furrows
Whilst we are cruising through the aisles of plenty,
Our hoardings screen us from the man of sorrows,
Our soundtracks drown his murmur: ‘I am thirsty’.
He stands in line to sign in as a stranger
And seek a welcome from the world he made,
We see him only as a threat, a danger,
He asks for clothes, we strip-search him instead.
And if he should fall sick then we take care
That he does not infect our private health,
We lock him in the prisons of our fear
Lest he unlock the prison of our wealth.
But still on Sunday we shall stand and sing
The praises of our hidden Lord and King.
Dec. 14 @ 10:00 am – Sunday School Pageant and Communion (no 8:00 am service).
Dec. 17 @ 7:00 pm – “Spirit of Christmas” Seasonal songs and stories.
Dec. 21 @ 8:00 am – BCP Holy Communion
Dec. 21 @ 10:00 am – Advent Lessons & Carols
Dec. 24 @ 5:30 pm – “Happy Birthday, Jesus!” Children’s Christmas Eve Service.
Dec. 24 @ 9:00 pm – Christmas Eve Communion
Dec. 25 @ 11:00 am – Christmas Day Communion
Dec. 28 @ 10:00 – Holy Eucharist (no 8:00 am service).
Thank you to David Miazga at RedDeerCityTV.ca for putting this short film together.
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It is now possible to make donations to St. Luke’s online through Canada Helps. The link is on the “Donate to St. Luke’s” page.
Tell all your friends!
Michael Dawe, knower of all things historical in Red Deer, and friend of St. Luke’s published an article about our beautiful old church in the Red Deer Express last week. You can read the article by clicking “here”.