Monday, April 3, 2017

HOLY WEEK SERVICES



HOLY MONDAY @ 7pm – Ecumenical Service at Evangel Pentecostal Church with Capt. Sheldon Bungay preaching. Offering in support of Cara Transition House.
HOLY TUESDAY @ 7pm – Evening Service
HOLY WEDNESDAY @ 7pm – Evening Service
MAUNDY THURSDAY @ 5:30pm Pot Luck Prayer Supper followed by 7:00pm Holy Eucharist and Stripping of the Altar
GOOD FRIDAY: Noon- Family Lenten Service; 1:00pm – Stations of the Cross; 2:00pm Solemn Liturgy
THE DAY OF THE RESURRECTION - APRIL 16
7:00am – Holy Communion followed by a breakfast in the Fellowship room
10:30am – Holy Eucharist

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Advent/Christmas Services



Sunday, December 4 (Advent 2)
8:30am - Holy Communion
10:30am – Holy Eucharist BAS
7:00pm -  Evening Praise
Sunday, December 11 (Advent 3)
8:30am - Holy Communion
 10:30am – Holy Baptism and Eucharist
7:00pm – Healing Service
Monday, December 12
7:00pm – Ecumenical Carol Service at St. Joseph’s, Bishop Street
Sunday, December 18 (Advent 4)
8:30am - Holy Communion
 10:30am – Family Worship with Sunday School Program
7:00pm – Carols and Lessons Service
Tuesday, December 20
7:00pm – Music Concert (Fundraiser for the Food Bank) led by Leslie Hewlett
Thursday, December 22
7:00pm – Music Concert (Fundraiser for Haiti Appeal) led by Shawn Wiseman

Christmas Eve
7:00pm - Family Christmas Worship
9:30pm – Christmas Eve Holy Eucharist

Christmas Day (Sunday)
10:30am – Holy Communion (1/2 hour service)

New Year’s Day (Sunday)
8:30am – Holy Communion
10:30am – Holy Baptism and Euchatist

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Starting up for the Fall months



It has been a beautiful summer, and I hope a time of relaxation with family and friends.  Must all good things come to an end???  Not for us at St. Martin’s!  We are looking forward to the Fall months and the return of the many things that sustain and energize us through the colder months.  
 We are planning on starting up a new St. Martin’s Fellowship Group, getting the regular evening Praise Services started, Cursillo at the homes, Bible Fellowship, Confirmation Classes, Cathedral Choir, Sunday School, Family worship services, ACW, and more.  During September we shall be sending out an outline of what to expect, and when to expect various start-ups and events.  

  • Of special interest will be the Gala and Ecumenical Service as we remember the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 tragedy, and Gander’s response.  
  •  The Annual Battle of Britain Commemoration will take place at the Cathedral on September 18th.   
  • On the 25th we shall be having a good old fire drill immediately following the 10:30am service. (That’s one way to get us all out of the church in a hurry!!) 
  • On Thanksgiving Sunday (October 9) we shall be hosting Bishop Loyo Francis, Bishop of the Anglican Church of South Sudan.  He shall be bringing the message for us, and our own Bishop John shall be presiding at the Eucharist.  
  •  Finally, on October 23rd we shall be having a special service with our former rector, Rev’d Jim Reid who, with his family, shall be with us to have a rededication of the Parish Centre and giving it the name, “The Rev’d James Reid Centre.” 
 All in all, an exciting Fall.  Please keep it all in your prayers, and ask the Lord how you can support, and be involved in these many ministry opportunities.   

Yours in Christ,   Rev. Brian