A Message from the Rector

Dear Friends,

It appears that Omicron is waning and we are back at church in person! This is great news because worshipping in person as a gathered community, is a significant part of the definition of church. Next Sunday, February 6th, will be our first in-person worship since late December

Prior to closing our doors in December, our plan had been to have two in-person liturgies at 9:15 AM and 10:30 AM. However, due to the fact that everyone will not be comfortable in returning in person, and recognizing the success of our Zoom worship in January, we will have a hybrid offering

At 9:15 AM we will worship online via Zoom. This will be a short 40 minute liturgy with congregational participation, music, prayers and a homily, for those who wish to worship from home.

Our second liturgy, for those who feel safe to attend in person, will be at 10:30 AM, in the format of our usual traditional Eucharistic service at the church. Because it is the only in-person opportunity for worship, no vaccination certificate is required. The service will also be live streamed and you may watch it from home

Our in-person Wednesday morning Eucharist will restart February 9th at 7:30am. 

For now, our young people will continue online for worship and confirmation preparation. 

There are liturgies for everyone! Please join us.

Cheryl C Palmer

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The Story behind our

Tracking Organ

Our magnificent three manual, tracker-action organ was installed in the chancel of the church in the spring of 1982 and dedicated to the Glory of God and in memory of those who died in the First World War and the Second World War.

The organ, built by the Karl Wilhelm Company of Mont St. Hilaire, Quebec, has a classical continental design. The case is made of white oak and the pipe shades are of carved butternut. Voiced in the classic French style, its 36 stops and 50 ranks are capable of interpreting a wide variety of organ literature.

Installation required considerable changes to the chancel including moving the altar forward and arranging choir seating to either side. These renovations prompted the design and production of our award-winning Benedicite Kneelers, done in needlepoint by a dedicated group of church members.