Worship on June 6, 2021
The Second Sunday after Pentecost

Hopefully this will be the last Sunday of lock-down (no in-person worship) of the Covid-19 Pandemic!  Looking forward to seeing as many as possible next Sunday, June 13, at 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.

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Bishop John Stephen's Pastoral Letter
Written in response to the finding of the mass grave at the former site of the Kamloops Residential School

Jesus said,  "For everything that is hidden will eventually be brought into the open, and every secret will be brought to light."  Mark 4:22

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Trinity Sunday at St. Cuthbert's
Is there more than an analogy of water/steam/ice when contemplating the Divine Mystery of three-in-oneness?

Today is also the first Sunday together since the news of the mass grave found at the former site of the Kamloops Residential School with the remains of at least 215 children.  Our prayers are with all their relations. We contemplate the devastation of the treatment of children on a day when the Scrpiture readings remind us that we are adopted children of God and that the Holy Spirit bears witness with our spirit that we are part of the family.  The thought of these Dear Ones, cut off from their families of origin, provoke great sadness and grief.

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Worship on May 23, 2021
The Day Of Pentecost

Please join us in the worship service held on Sunday, May 23, 2021.

WORSHIP SERVICE.

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Worship on May 16, 2021
Ascension of the Lord

Please use the link below to view the service held on May 16, 2021.

ASCENSION OF THE LORD LINK.

Worship on May 9, 2021
The Sixth Sunday of Easter and Mother's Day

This is the last Sunday in Easter before The Ascension.  The Ascension is when Jesus physically left this earth and returned "to the right hand of God".  It completes his mission objective - a very important Holy Day in the life of the Church.  What can we learn from Ascension Day?

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Service on May 2, 2021
Fifth Sunday of Easter

Please use the link below to view the Service held on Sunday, May 2, 2021.

SERVICE LINK

Service on April 25
Fourth Sunday after Easter

Please use the link below to view the Service held on Sunday, April 25.

EASTER 4.

April 18, 2021
Third Sunday of Easter

Please use the link below to view the worship service that was held on Sunday, April 18, 2021.

WORSHIP SERVICE

Easter 2 - Alleluia! Christ is Risen! The Lord is Risen indeed, Alleluia!
Morning Prayer

Thanks to Len Reimer, Lori Riel and Ebey Masillamanee, along with Laura Pauloski, the choir and the production team for this offering of worship in Jesus' name.

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The Feast of the Resurrection - Easter Day 2021
Christ our Passover has been sacrificed for us, therefore let us keep the feast!

Christ's death and resurrection were the fulfillment of prophecies concerning the Messiah.  His disciples did 'clue-in' to what Jesus had been telling them until after that first Easter when he appeared to them and to many others.  The Ascension is what completes Jesus' ministry on earth - he still has things to teach his followers!  Are you one of those who would be taught by Jesus?  Follow this link and see what you think.

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Good Friday - The Revolution has Begun
Jesus came to redeem humankind and all of Creation - he did this through the Cross. It was his focus and Holy Week has been building to this moment. Come journey with us as we follow Jesus through the Stations of the Cross.

Read Isaiah 53 to better understand the Messiah, "We all like sheep have gone astray. Each has gone to his or her own way, and the Lord has laid upon him [Messiah Jesus] the iniquity of us all.

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Maundy Thursday 2021 with St. Cuthbert's Choir singing "Our Saviour Prayed Alone"
Jesus instituted the Lord's Supper or Holy Communion and modeled servant leadership by washing the Disciples' feet.

Journey with Jesus through Holy Week

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Talk about unexpected!
Lori Riel shares a reflection on 1 Kings 19 depicting both in text and in an image by Sieger Koder, an encounter that Elijah had with God - at a time when everything was upside-down, there there threats all around and he was exhausted. Sound familiar?
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Reflection by Kelly Bowman on "Trust" based on a piece of art by Sieger Koder + Parish Council Members' Introductions
When we are led through unknown territory, or through difficult times, trusting is critical to following. We experience Jesus trusting God as he walked the way of obedience through Holy Week.
Click here to view Kelly's reflection Click here to view Parish Council introductions
Passion Sunday - March 28, 2021
With The Liturgy of the Palms and Procession with Choir Anthem

This Sunday we reflect on Jesus' entry into Jerusalem riding on a donkey with shouts of "Hosannah!" (which means 'save now').  The popular perception was that Messiah would throw off Roman rule and reign in power.  His arrival on a donkey did not fit the popular expectation.  What do you expect from Jesus?  This is called Passion Sunday since the road from Ashes to Easter leads through profound suffering and death.

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Worship on March 21, 2021
Lent 5

Please use the link below to view the worship service for Sunday, March 21.

WORSHIP.

Worship on March 14, 2021
Lent 4

To view the Worship Service on Sunday, March 14, please use the link below.

Worship Service.

Worship on March 7, 2021
Lent 3

Please use the link below to view the Worship service on March 7.

Worship Service.

Worship on February 28, 2021
Second Sunday of Lent

Please use the link below to view the service of worship on Sunday, February 28.

Worship Service.

Worship on February 21, 2021
First Sunday of Lent

Please use the link below to view the Worship Service held on February 21.

WORSHIP SERVICE

Worship on February 14, 2021
The Last Sunday After Epiphany

Please use the link below to view the worship service on February 14.

Worship Service.

Worship on February 7, 2021
Epiphany 5

To view the worship service for February 7, please use the link below for the Fifth Sunday after Epiphany.

Worship.

Worship on Sunday, January 31, 2021
Epiphany 4

Please use the link below to enjoy the service of The Fourth Sunday After Epiphany at St. Cuthbert's.

Service.

Worship together! January 24, 2021
Epiphany is the 'Green Season' the season of growth

God is merciful and gives us 'second chances' - this is grace.  The Good Shepherd leading us to green pastures, and sometimes we choose junk!  Is there a part of your life that is crying for a 'reboot'?

The photo on left is from the service of Ordination of The Rt. Rev. John Stephens as Coadjutor Bishop of the Diocese of New Westminster. As such, he will serve alongside Archbishop Melissa Skelton until February 28, 2021 when Archbishop Melissa will retire.

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Worship on January 10, 2021, The Baptism of Jesus
"Just as Jesus was comong up out of the water, he saw heaven being torn open and the Spirit descending on him like a dove. And a voice came from heaven: 'You are my Son, whom I love; with you I am well pleased.'" (Mark 1: 10,11)

If Jesus was without sin, why did he submit to John's "baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins"?  (Matthew 3:15 records the exchange between John the Baptist and Jesus a bit differently than Mark.  He puts it this way, [John had protested to baptizing Jesus saying, 'You should baptize me, not I you."]  And Jesus responded, "Let it be so now' it is proper for us to do this to fulfill all righteousness."  Then John consented.)

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Sunday, January 3, 2021
The Epiphany of the Lord

Please use the link to enjoy the service of the Epiphany of the Lord on January 3.

Sunday, December 27, 2020
Festival of Lessons & Carols

Please join us and enjoy the recording of the Festival of Lessons & Carols held on Sunday, December 27.

Christmas Eve Candlelight Worship
O Come! Let us Adore Him!

Although the Christmas Pageant was part of this service, it is available through a private link and not available here.

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Advent 4 - The watchword is Love! December 20, 2020
Although this was also "Pageant Sunday" when the Christmas Pageant was shown, it is not included here. Please join us Christmas eve at 6:45 p.m. via Zoom to see the Pageant and to join us for a Candlelight Service of Worship, beginning at 7:30 p.m.

We have edited-out the Christmas Pageant, and as a result, there is a 4 minute, 24 second gap which you will have to 'forward arrow' through.  The gap begins at 19:10 and ends at 23:34 with the beginning of the Creed.  the Pageant also took the place of Gospel and sermon.

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Advent 3 Worship, Sunday December 13
The Third Sunday of Advent and the watchword is Joy!
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Worship on the Second Sunday of Advent
The watchword today is PEACE

Working for peace with justice means moving mountains, filling-in valleys - on a scale that is way beyond human effort.  So we ponder the Prophet Isaiah, who 'forth-tells' of a time when the people of God will be re-created.  The Gospel writer Mark, picks up the words of Isaiah and applies them to another prophet, John the Baptist, the herald of the Messiah.  Know God?  Know peace.  No God?  No peace.  Consider these words...

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Lighting the Advent Wreath in the Woehrle home
We have had an Advent Wreath since before our children were born. It graces our table and we have remade the wreath itself a couple of times. Our children took turns reading and lighting the candles. Now it is just Joanne and I.
Light the Advent Wreath with Joanne and Paul
Worship on The First Sunday of Advent, November 29, 2020
Today's theme is HOPE. What are you hoping for? "What we hope for shapes what we live for." Dr. Time Mackie

The teaching today includes a video from The Bible Project www.thebibleproject.com - a word study on the Hebrew words used for 'hope'.  How does hope differ from optimism?  Have a look and consider this!

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The Reign of Christ Worship - November 22, 2020
Hear the Choir Anthem on The Reign of Christ Sunday

Please join us on the link below for the ZOOM service.

10:00 am Service

Choir Anthem
Service of Holy Communion November 15, 2020
Pentecost 24

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10:00 am Service

Service of Holy Communion, November 8, 2020
Pentecost 23 Remembrance Sunday

Please use the link below to view the service on November 8.

10:00 am Service.

All Saints Day, November 1, 2020
Including The Service of Investiture of The Order of the Diocese of New Westminster (ODNW)

Christine Goater is our parish's nominee and Gail Revitt is the Bishop's nominee.  They will be invested to the Order.  Sharon Grove is also a Bishop's nominee and will be invested in her Parish of Holy Trinity, Vancouver.  We will read her citation also.

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Sunday, October 25, 2020
Pentecost 21

Please join us in the link below for the 10am Service on Sunday, October 25.

10:00 am Service.

Service of Holy Communion, October 18, 2020
The 20th Sunday after Pentecost

Please join us for our Holy Communion service on the link below.

The 10am Service.

Service of Holy Communion October 11, 2020
Harvest Thanksgiving

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Harvest Thanksgiving 10am.

Service of Holy Communion, October 4, 2020
The 18th Sunday After Pentecost

Please welcome the Rev. Jim Fergusson to our Service of Holy Communion, please use the link below to view the service.

The 10am Service.

Service of Holy Baptism, September 27, 2020
The 17th Sunday After Pentecost

Please use the link to watch a full emersion Baptism and Service of Holy Communion.

The 10am Service.

Service of Holy Communion, September 20, 2020
The 16th Sunday After Pentecost

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The 10am Service.

Service of Holy Communion September 13, 2020
The 13th Sunday After Pentecost

To view the service of Holy Communion please use the link below.

The 10am Service.

Service of Holy Communion, September 6, 2020
The 14th Sunday After Pentecost

Please join us for the Service of Holy Communion listed below.

The 10am Service.

The Service of Holy Communion, August 30, 2020
The 13th Sunday After Pentecost

The Service of Holy Communion can be found in the link below.

The 10am Service.

Service of Holy Communion, August 23, 2020
The 12th Sunday After Pentecost

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The 10am Service.

The Service of Holy Communion, August 16, 2020
The 11th Sunday after Pentecost

Please use the link below for the service of Holy Communion.


The 10am Service.

Service of Holy Communion on August 9, 2020
The 10th Sunday after Pentecost

Please join us for our service of Holy Communion with the link below.

The 10am Service.

Service of Holy Communion, August 2, 2020
The Ninth Sunday after Pentecost

The Service of Holy Communion can be found on the link below.

The 10am Service.

Wedding Anniversary in a Pandemic! Congratulations to Bill and Helen Riel!
62 years and counting!

May the Lord bless you and keep you.  May the Lord's face shine upon you and be gracious to you.  May the Lord give you peace forever.

July 26 - Keeping the Feast in the Season after Pentecost
A glorious expression of The Body of Christ

As we return to in-person worship, we also celebrate Holy Communion - which is our touchstone, 'remembering' Jesus Christ as we are re-membered week to week.

 

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July 19 worship - Let us keep the Feast!
Today we welcome The Rev. Jim Fergusson as presider and preacher
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Participate in worship - keep the Feast!
July 12, 2020

Worshipping God and serving our community in a pandemic. 

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In-person Worship on July 5, 2020
You can also join us via Zoom on Sundays at 10 a.m.

We are currently in Phase ll and await word from our Archbishop Melissa Skelton when we can move to "Phase lll" when we can celebrate Holy Communion.  We will keep you up-to-date through this website and you can call the church office, M-Th, 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. at 604-594-8822.

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Worship on the Fourth Sunday after Pentecost (6/28/20)
We are back!

Simple things, like greeting one another on Sunday morning at Church and being able to pray together.  Like having flowers on the Altar.  We are slowly coming back together in a safe and orderly manner with a limit of 50 people.  It is so strange to listen to the hymns and songs being sung (pre-recorded) and still not be able to sing!

Thanks to the Bartyuk family for organizing and reading the Scripture this morning!

 The full service recording is now ready.

Click here for the readings, sermon and song, "Take me to The Alley" by Gregory Porter Click here for the full service recording
National Indigenous Peoples Day worship at St. Cuthbert
Happy 60th Birthday to St. Cuthbert Church! -Praise God!

Beth has designed a button-blanket (style) wall hanging for the church (see detail in photo) which is patterened after St. Cuthbert's Cross.  You can learn more about St. Cuthbert's Cross by visiting the website of Durham Cathedral, the home of The Crypt of St. Cuthbert https://www.durhamcathedral.co.uk/heritage/collections/st-cuthbert-treasures.

Find also our recorded service of the first time we have worshipped in-person (in-the-flesh) for 13 weeks.  We are planning to layer a Zoom element to our on-line service and there will be more information on this later.

Watch this space also for a slide show of our St. Cuthbert's history.

Click here to view interview with Beth Fortin Click here to participate in service of in-person worship
Pentecost 2 Worship at St. Cuthbert
Come Holy Spirit and renew the face of the earth!

Something new this week.  You have the option of viewing the entire service (about 50 minutes) or the readings and sermon (about 20 minutes).

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Trinity Sunday at St. Cuthbert's
You can view our newssheet with a link to participate in worship.

Even though our doors are pesently closed, our hearts are open to the life-giving Holy Trinity.  We look forward to the very real possibility of opening our doors to in-person worship.  Learn more through clicking on the link.

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The Feast Day of Pentecost-May 31, 2020
Come Holy Spirit, our souls inspire!

Talk about diversity!  The day of Pentecost was a riot of colour and sounds and praises.  Read about it yourself in the Bible - Acts chapter 2.  This is exactly what this offering of worship at St. Cuthbert's is.  We are glad that you can join us.

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The Sixth Sunday of Easter 5/17/20
Let us keep the Feast of Easter!

Watch for Barney!  For young and old - Barney is our "Continuity Officer" and will show up 4 times throughout the service, in four different places.  Send Pastor Paul an email and let me know where and when you spy Barney, named Barnabas, "the son of encouragment" [email protected]   Barney is rocking the lockdown 'up-do'.

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The Fifth Sunday of Easter 5/10/20
Let us Keep the Feast!

We also offer a tribute to Mothers.  Happy Mothers' Day!

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Pastor Paul's Blog - Unswerving hope in a time of pandemic

"Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for he who promised is faithful." Hebrews 10:23

Our Mission Statement

"To seek and encourage growth as a Christ-centred community, empowered by the Holy Spirit, to know God and to make God known in word and deed."