Join Us This Sunday

Due to Covid 19 and the Omicron variant, we have paused our in person worship until the middle of January. We will reevaluate early in January given public health guidelines at that time.

We offer an online video each Sunday as we continue to worship even though we can’t gather together in person. 

Worship videos & sermons

Corpus Christi

Speaker: The Rev. Canon David Harrison

Sunday, June 6, 2021

Join us for our online worship from St. Paul’s Anglican, Uxbridge as we celebrate Corpus Christi. We welcome The Reverend Canon David Harrison as our guest preacher.
 
Although we won’t be celebrating the Eucharist, we will engage in Meal of Remembrance as a reminder of our communion with each other as the body of Christ and with God through the breaking of bread. You are invited to have a piece of bread in front of you during the worship and some wine if you’d like. After of prayer of gratitude and thanksgiving, we will be invited to consume it as we remember the meal that Jesus gave us the night before he died.

Trinity Sunday

Speaker: The Rev. Canon Mark Kinghan

Sunday, May 30, 2021

Join us for our online worship from St. Paul’s Anglican as we celebrate the Feast of the Holy Trinity.

Pentecost

Speaker: The Rev. Canon Mark Kinghan, The Rev. Sean Astop & the Rev. Karen Hammond Croxall

Sunday, May 23, 2021

Join us for worship as we celebrate the Feast of Pentecost in partnership with St. Andrew’s Chalmers Presbyterian and Trinity United. The service includes inspiring music sung by our combined virtual choir, dance, prayers, scripture and reflections. Celebrate the gift of the Holy Spirit!!!

Ascension Day

Speaker: The Rev. Canon Mark Kinghan

Sunday, May 16, 2021

Join us for worship from St. Paul’s on this Feast of the Ascension. The service includes prayers, scripture, a reflection and inspiring music.

Sixth Sunday of Easter

Speaker: The Rev. Canon Mark Kinghan

Sunday, May 9, 2021

Join us for worship on this Sixth Sunday of Easter as we continue to celebrate the hope and promise of the resurrection. This Sunday we enjoy jazz as we are engaged in our praise of God for the many blessings we have been given. Today we reflect on Jesus our friend and what that means for us and our lives.

Fifth Sunday of Easter

Speaker: The Rev. Canon Mark Kinghan

Sunday, May 2, 2021

Join us for online worship from St. Paul’s Anglican, Uxbridge as we celebrate the Fifth Sunday of Easter. We continue to sing our alleluia’s as an Easter people with a resurrection faith. Gathering virtually in worship includes prayers, scripture, a reflection and music.

Fourth Sunday of Easter

Speaker: The Rev. Canon Mark Kinghan

Sunday, April 25, 2021

Join us for worship on this Fourth Sunday of Easter as we focus and reflect on Jesus the Good Shepherd. A service of inspiring music, prayers, scripture and a reflection on Jesus the Good Shepherd today in our lives. We continue to celebrate the joy and promise of our resurrection faith.

Third Sunday of Easter

Speaker: The Rev. Canon Mark Kinghan

Sunday, April 18, 2021

Join us for the Third Sunday of Easter as we continue to proclaim the joy and hope of the resurrection with music, prayers, scripture reading and a reflection. Alleluia, Christ is risen; He is risen indeed, Alleluia!!!

2nd Sunday of Easter … Lessons & Carols

Speaker: The Rev. Canon Mark Kinghan

Sunday, April 11, 2021

We continue to celebrate the joy of this Easter season with an Online video Service of Easter Lessons & Carols

~ we will pray
~ We will hear from scripture;
~ we will sing favorite Easter hymns;
~ we will hear glorious choral pieces sung by Cantorei

Let’s keep singing our Alleluia’s!!

Easter Online Worship

Speaker: The Rev. Canon Mark Kinghan

Sunday, April 4, 2021

An online worship video as we celebrate the hope and promise that the tomb is empty and Jesus is very much alive!!!

We will enter into a meal of remembrance as part of the liturgy,

I invite you to have a piece of bread or a cracker in front of your and some wine if you wish. Following a prayer of thanksgiving we will join in this time of remembrance of the meal Jesus gave us.

THIS IS NOT MEANT TO BE A CELEBRATION OF THE EUCHARIST.

However, it is a symbolic breaking of bread remember the meal Jesus gave us to unite us together with each other and with God.

Alleluia!! Alleluia!! Christ is risen!!

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