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.

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

Worshipping God and serving our community in a pandemic. 

Clich here to participate in July 12 worship
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

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).

Click here to participate in morning worship Click here for readings and sermon only
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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4th Sunday of Easter
Worship at St. Cuthbert Anglican Church

Do you need shelter in these trying times?  Ever forget what day it is or whether you should be at work or emptying the dishwasher at home?  You have come to the right place!  Jesus offers to shepherd us, protect us and lead us.

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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

The Season of Easter is a time for us to bud, flower, and bear fruit!
Although there is no recorded worship from St. Cuthbert for Sunday, April, 19, the production team hopes to be back next Sunday.

Here are a couple of reflections from Holy Week by Pastor Paul that were never posted due to technical difficulties.

"The Lord's Supper" (8 minutes) and "Jesus Washing the Disciples' Feet" (11 minutes).  These were both intended for Maundy Thursday.

Click here to view "The Lord's Supper" Click here to view "Jesus Washes the Disciples' Feet"
A Service of Holy Communion from the Crypt of St. Cuthbert, Durham Cathedral
I was moved to participate in Holy Communion here in 2018

This Service of Holy Communion is about 12 minutes long.  I encourage you to explore the Durham Cathedral website

Click here to view Worship from the Shrine of St. Cuthbert
Easter Day Worship
The angel said to the women, "He is not here, he is risen!" THE LORD IS RISEN! HE IS RISEN INDEED, ALLELUIA!

Thanks to our music team; Laura, Barb, Tony and Sarah.  Thanks to our technical team; Mike and Jinx.  Thanks to our Easter Bread baker; Marj.  Thanks to our Easter Flower Cross donations of flowers; Altar Guild members and Leslie Ward.  Thanks to our Easter Flower Cross 'makers'; Sharon and Jan.  Thanks to Len who 'called-in' the Prayers of the People.  Thanks to the de-Heer - Amissah family (Ken, Ida, Adrian and Daniel) for "video-ing-in" the readings.  And thanks to Susan for the illuminated heart which frames the Cross - a message of hope and love to our community!  Thank-you Jesus.

Click here to view Easter Sunday Worship
Holy week meditation "Unexpected"
Lori Riel shares her perspective on God and on life (17 mins.)

Lori reflects on the life of Elijah at the mouth of the cave and how the image speaks to her life. The text is 1 Kings chapter 19 and it is a gripping story.

Click here to view Lori's Meditation
Kelly Bowman's Meditation on "trust"
Because of an upload issue, Kelly's Meditation will be tonight and Lori's meditation will be tomorrow (Thursday) at 10 a.m.

There will be another Constant Contact email tomorrow on the line up of videos: another meditation on the Last Supper (Maundy Thursday Evening) and Good Friday Stations of the Cross (9 a.m.) and the Ecumencial 
Service (10:30)

Click here to view Kelly's Meditation
Palm Sunday Service April 5, 2020 is now posted for you to view
This liturgy is also called, "Passion Sunday with the blessing of the palms"

The liturgy begins with, "Hosannah in the highest!" as Jesus entered Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives. And it ends with the crowds yelling, "Crucify him!" Even his closest disciples deserted him. And we think we are living in challenging times!

Click here to view Palm Sunday worship
March 29 Morning Worship - with a word from Archbishop Melissa Skelton
This is a modified service of Morning Prayer, BCP with hymns and songs

This Sunday we had planned to host a service of Confirmation and Reception.  There were 10 people preparing to be confirmed and one to be received into the Anglican Church (was baptized and confirmed in the Roman Catholic Church).  So this is a post-poned celebration that will be rescheduled!  

Scroll down this page/screen to the place where you see Archbishop Melissa's picture.  Click on it.  - you will be taken to another page on the website - Then scroll down and click on the video arrow button to begin.  Enjoy!

Fireside Story Time with the Woehrles

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