Online Easter Resources 2020
Palm Sunday Worship 2020
Maundy Thursday in Exile
Monday in Holy Week
Tuesday in Holy Week
Wednesday in Holy Week
The Great Vigil of Easter
The Rev. Dr. Heather McCance, our ministry developer, will be hosting an online adaptation of the Great Vigil of Easter on Saturday, April 11 beginning at 8:15 pm. You can find this on the diocesan ‘twitch’ channel at https://www.twitch.tv/rupertsland If you plan to participate, you may want to have a candle and lighter, a bell and a bowl of water with you for the service.
Sunday Worship @935 Nesbitt Bay
Worship with Bishop Geoff – Live from Anglican Centre
Sundays at 10 a.m. (CDT) – find us here
IMPORTANT NOTE RE: Bishop Geoff’s Worship at Anglican Centre; To watch and participate in worship with Bishop Geoff on Sunday morning, you need only click this link five to ten minutes before 10 am, when worship is scheduled to begin. You do not need to “follow,” “subscribe,” or download any software or app. Just click the link at the appropriate time! (Clicking the link at any other time won’t help, as it is a live streaming site and the Rupert’s Land channel won’t be streaming anything until Sunday morning!)
TEXT FOR SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 2020 – Lent 5 worship slides
LINKS TO PREVIOUS SUNDAY ‘S WORSHIP @935
Link to March 22, 2020 – Worship @ 935
Winnipeg Harvest – COVID 19 – How to access food.
National Call to Prayer – March 29 @ 7 pm
All around us, while many are in quarantine or self-isolation, the church is blossoming with prayer. We are digging deep into the heart of our faith to lift our voices in the sure and certain knowledge that the Holy Spirit hears our intercessions, thanksgivings and even our groans.
Please join me in a national day of prayer on Sunday, March 29 (Lent 5), as we join the Anglican Communion in a day of prayer for repentance—to pray for the whole Communion and for the whole world engulfed in COVID-19.
Tune in live to join me in prayer on Sunday, March 29 at 7pm (EDT) on the Anglican Church of Canada Facebook page, or whenever is best for you (following the broadcast).
Light a candle of hope in the window of your home or on the porch—and join me as we pray:
- for repentance as we look at ourselves and ask how we have shared in the divisions and pain of difficult conversations across the Communion in recent years (see resources);
- for the whole Anglican Communion as we seek to support and care for one another as siblings in Christ in the midst of this and other crises (see resources);
- for the whole world as we share in the effects of COVID19 – for health care workers; researchers, those who are ill, those are quarantined or in isolation and those who are abandoned and alone in this time; and
- for our hope in the gospel—that God is with us now and always.
The Most Rev. Linda Nicholls
Archbishop and Primate
Anglican Church of Canada
Financial Giving During COVID-19