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Holy Eucharist (Said)
10:30 AM- 12:00 PM
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Spirit of compassion, fill our hearts and give us peace. Give us strength to care for those around us even as we may be physically separated. Deepen our sense of compassion even in the midst of our anxiety. Keep us mindful of the many other needs in the world – conflicts, refugees, poverty, and many other illnesses besides the coronavirus – and all other concerns we name before you now. We pray in Jesus’ name. Amen. ... See MoreSee Less
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To strengthen such as do stand; to encourage the faint-hearted; to raise up those who fall; and finally to beat down Satan under our feet,
We beseech thee, good Lord. ... See MoreSee Less
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On this Diocesan Day of Prayer & Fasting, we come together, each in our own place, and pray as one. ... See MoreSee Less
Lenten series on the Psalms. Learn about the Psalms, their history, who wrote them, the categories of Psalms, why they’re such an important part of our liturgy and worship. We’ll learn, we’ll listen to beautifully sung Psalms and talk about our favourite Psalms too. It is a wonderful time of worship, fellowship and you’ll enjoy the study series. Please plan to attend and bring your family, friends and neighbours along too.... See MoreSee Less
Please join us for a few hours of peace and quiet in this Season of Lent. Leave the hustle and bustle and pace of your life behind for a morning. You’ll be glad you did. Bring your friends, family and neighbours.
Phone: 416-226-2201 Ext 305
Cost: $25 if you bring a bag lunch. A hot meal is an additional $18. Register soon as registration can fill up early. Each person must register on their own with SSJD and pay SSJD directly.
From the SSJD Website: Quiet Garden Days are inspired by the Quiet Garden Trust in England. These are days to relax, renew, and rest in the beauty of God’s outdoors, as well as to enjoy the Sisters’ chapel and library. In case of rain, there is plenty of space indoors to wander, sit, dream, and pray. We begin with a brief time of prayer; then a Sister will offer suggestions on how to use the day. The rest of the morning is yours. The Eucharist is celebrated at noon, followed by dinner, and the afternoon is again free, with a brief gathering at 3:30 pm when you will have the option of sharing the fruits of the day followed by a closing time of prayer. All retreats and quiet days at St. John’s Convent take place in the milieu of a contemporary monastic community which has a daily rhythm of prayer.
All are welcome.
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Prayer is an integral part of our worship and our faith journey. We have an active prayer team at the church, and would love to pray with and for you.
Just let us know below and leave your name and contact details if you want us to connect with you.