The Parish of St. Francis Anglican Church in Winnipeg will be pre-recording a Lessons and Carols service to be shown on YouTube Sunday, December 20th. Joining St. Francis, in a virtual way, will be the Jenson Boys, St. John’s Cathedral, representatives from our Companion Diocese in Uganda and the Diocese’s very own Bishop Geoff Woodcroft.

St. Paul Fort Garry – “This year at St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Fort Garry, we will be celebrating a little bit differently this year.  St. Paul’s Fort Garry has produced two videos as part of their centennial celebrations, and as a fundraiser.  Please share the attached information with your parish community, friends and family.”St. Paul FG Video Promo (2)

St. Thomas, Weston

  • Lessons and Carols Service will be available on their Facebook pageand YouTube channel on December 13th, 2020. Link TBA. Alongside the service, St. Thomas will be organizing another Takeout Meal for a Takeout Meal Dinner, with the theme being Christmas (because ’tis the season)! More information about the dinner is available here.

St. Margaret’s

  • Christmas Traditions Small Group: Join St. Margaret’s Tuesday evenings at 7:30 p.m. Advent to hear and talk about Christmas traditions both in our own community and in the ‘history’ of Christmas. Hosted by rotating staff members, the first part will be spent hearing about a Christmas tradition from someone in the group; then, in the second part, Dr. Gerry Bowler will offer some leading insight on that man with the beard (one of them anyway), Santa Clause!
  • An exciting video project for Advent and Christmas is underway!Kenji Dyck will be producing videos for Advent based on the “O Antiiphons”. Art by Christian Worthington will be featured along with musical contributions by Jesse Krause. The first video will be released on 19 and a new video will be available each day up to Dec. 24.
  • Camino de Bethlehem 2020: Nazareth to Bethlehem is 111 km. This Advent, consider walking the distance between Nazareth and Bethlehem with your family. Make a chart. Draw a map. Use an App. It’s up to you. The idea is to take a journey that connects you to the first Christmas. If you’d like to order an embroidered badge to mark the completion of the journey, please contact Kira Rowat ( by December 1.

St. Paul’s Fort Garry

  • Celebrating Advent through their YouTube channel, where they also regularly post their weekly services.

    St. John’s Cathedral, Winnipeg

St. Chad’s, Winnipeg

  • Worship
    • Morning Prayer with Advent Wreath Candle-lighting:Sundays at 9:30 a.m. Available on  Chad’s Facebook page and YouTube channel.
    • Blue Christmas Prayer Service: 17, 7:30 p.m., via Zoom. The link may be received by sending an email to
  • Devotional
    • Daily Devotional Advent Prayers with Candle-lighting. Recordings will be posted to  Chad’s Facebookpage by 2 p.m. daily.
  • Christmas
    • A Christmas Service of Lessons and Carolswill be posted to our Facebook page and Youtube Channel on December 22.
    • A Christmas Service will be recorded for Dec. 24/25 and posted to our Facebook Page and Youtube channel.

st benedict’s table

  • This Advent, st benedict’s table has organized a special Advent Retreat, inviting ourselves to ask the question ‘What do you want to be when you grow up? Weaving together the Advent themes of expectation, mystery, and vision, we will contemplate how God is calling us more fully into our vocation as a congregation. Find out more…
  • Click hereto access the videos and links from our gatherings.

St. Aidan’s

  • O’Antiphons Service– Wednesday, Dec 2 at 7 p.m.
    Nine Lessons & Carols Service – Friday, Dec 18 at 7 p.m.
    Christmas Day Service – Friday, Dec 25 at 10:30 a.m.
  • Every Sunday, St Aidan’s livestreams our 10:30 a.m. service. There will also be a number of pre-recorded Advent services coming up, all available on our Worship Onlinetab at, and archived in the parish Video Archive.


Bishop’s Directive re Code RED, November 11, 2020

COVID Update Nov 11 2020

Archives of Bishop’s COVID-19 Directives

Bishop’s Directive – September 28, 2020

Bishop’s Directive – March 12 2020 re. COVID-19

Bishop’s Directive – March 16 2020

Bishop’s Directive March 15 2020

Bishop’s Directive March 18 2020

Stewardship during COVID19 edits GDC

Bishop’s Directive Mar 25 2020 final

Bishop’s directive March 31 2020

REVISED Bishop’s directive March 31 2020

April 1 – Update to March 31 Bishop’s Directive (1)

Bishop’s Directive – April 29 2020

Worship in Pandemic Protocols May 25


Questionnaire for Reopening RL May 25

A Bishop’s Directive to Corporations May 25

PROTOCOLS FOR GATHERINGS updated September 3 2020

LIVE @ 935 – Sunday Worship from Anglican Centre

LIVE @ 935 – Live from Anglican Centre

Sundays at 10 a.m. (CDT)  – find us here

IMPORTANT NOTE:  To join 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


Link to March 22, 2020 – Worship @ 935

Link to March 29, 2020 – Worship @935

Link to April 5, Palm Sunday Worship @ 935


Worship Around the Diocese – Live Stream and In Person

  • Worship with Bishop Geoff – Live from Anglican Centre – Sundays at 10 a.m.  – find us here
  • Ecumenical Shared Ministry of the Pinawa Christian Fellowship is now offering in-person Sunday worship (with appropriate COVID restrictions) at 11am in the Pinawa Lutheran Church. We also post worship videos weekly on our YouTube Channel information about the PCF is on our webpage,
  • Emmanuel Anglican/United Church in Ignace is worshipping online: Tuesday to Sunday evenings at 9 pm for Compline and Sunday Mornings at 10 am.
    We may be found on Facebook live for all services at:
    Emmanuel Anglican/United Church Sunday Service
  •  St. Peter’s Winnipeg – Sunday mornings , 10:30 a.m. via Zoom. For a personal invitation, please email
  • St. Paul’s, Fort Garry: In-person worship Sundays at 10:00 am, following all diocesan and provincial guidelines. Capacity restrictions are in place, so please register in advance by calling the office at (204) 475-7549 by Friday noon. Live streams will continue on Sunday mornings at 10:00 a.m at
  • St. Francis, Winnipeg – The recorded service is posted to You Tube, and shared on Facebook each Sunday morning.
  • St. Aidan, Winnipeg – are recording their services (including additional prayer services) and making available on youtube under our name “St. Aidan’s Winnipeg Online”.Here is a link to a prayer of Wholeness and Healing if you would like to make available. It is very ideal for this time.
  • St. Alban, Kenora offers a weekly broadcast through the local Shaw station. In addition, a live cast of the worship can be viewed at 10 am on Sundays.
  • saint benedict’s table will have online Evening Prayer at 5:00 p.m. daily via Facebook.
  • St. Thomas, Weston video service out each  Sunday at 10am using our Facebook page
  • St. Luke, Winnipeg:  Morning and evening prayer, including audio and the full text of prayers and readings are on St. Luke’s website On Sunday at 10:30, we will stream a short sung Matins on our Facebook page.
  • St Chad’s Anglican Church:   Morning Prayer will be offered at 9:30 am on
  • St. Mark’s Anglican Church –  A FREE TELECONFERENCE CALL for as many as will LIKE to join for Prayers and Worship on Sundays at 10 am   Details: St Mark’s Church Conference Call  Number: +1 867-292-3030  Code: 531-9209#    Dial and join the Sundays at 10 am

Creative and Imaginative Initiatives in the Diocese and Beyond

  • COVID 19 – Resources
  • COVID 19 Resources for Older People
  • EIA Application
  • All Saints, Whytewold (in the Interlake) we are keeping in contact with our congregation by email and the telephone. Our congregation is mostly seniors: some do not have computers but those that do are checking the Diocese of Rupert’s Land website daily.   The Wardens are in contact via telephone with those who do not have internet access relaying the latest info to them. We have a Facebook Page that the community can access if someone is in need.   The answering machine at the church is checked every couple of days. Our people have been encouraged to phone someone on the Parish list to talk or pray with.
  • St. Mary’s Church, Sioux Lookout held Evening Prayer and bible study using Zoom last evening.  It worked very well and we plan to continue every Tuesday evening at 7 p.m.  Various people in our LCM group of 8 plus our mentor, Aileen, take turns leading Evening Prayer and the bible study. We plan to use Zoom for our LCM group to continue studies every second week on Sunday, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
  • Emmanuel Anglican/United Church in Ignace, are making online contact each day with those who have computers and phone calls to the others. The Sunday worship will be live-streamed.  They are seeking ways to continue to support their ‘blessings in a backpack’ program for students who require food assistance. Packed the food up (using gloves); a young teacher picked up the labeled bags and took them to the local Food Bank for distribution this afternoon.  I have made up the menu for next week.   Have followed Ontario  protocols. My help and the community are all good, kind and helpful.  We will just go one day at a time.
  • The Parish of St Margaret has decided to illuminate the church building throughout our period of being “in exile”.   This is intended to be a visible sign to the community and all who pass by that, while the building may be empty, the church remains very much alive and vigilant in prayer, worship and service.  They welcome other Anglican churches, and indeed other faith communities, to adopt this practice spreading a visible message of hope and comfort, and to let our light shine in the darkness in these coming days.   Parishes wishing to adopt this ‘example’ need only provide enough light to be visible to all who pass by, keeping the appropriate level of illumination in line with their budgets. 
  • Digital resources available during time of social isolation: Canadian Anglicans have “taken prayer digital” in the days following temporary closures of public worship spaces. General Synod has compiled a of resources available to keep connected during this time. Let us know what we might add or if there is another resource you need. The page will be updated daily.
    Read more…
  • Prayers from the Parish of St. Bartholomew, WinnipegPrayers in Uncertain Times
  • TENS & CEEP Host Two Workshops for Stewardship and COVID-19 Response
  • The Anglican Church of Canada has also put together a list of resources and programs. You can check that out here.
  • St. George, Transcona will send a regular weekly email, (on Monday mornings) and on Thursday an update and check in will be circulated, with a reflection for the week.  On Sunday they will get another email with the Sunday sermon and a couple of musical pieces, with a few prayers.
  • Pod-cast with the Primate – (March 17)
  • Primate speaks to the  Church Read more…


Winnipeg Harvest – COVID 19 – How to access food.

COVID-19-How to Access Food-20March20

Bishop Geoff’s Podcasts

Guaranteed Basic Income Podcast

Bishop Geoff’s Podcast – March 24, 2020

Bishop Geoff’s Podcast – March 14, 2020


Financial Giving During COVID-19

Stewardship during COVID19 edits GDC