Welcome to the Anglican Parish of St. Margaret’s website. We are an active congregation with something for everybody. Have a look around and be sure to come visit us on Sunday.
Dates to Remember:
Cathedral Outreach Ministry: St. Margaret’s will be
participating this month on Monday, November 26.
Please have donations of fruit, muffins, sandwiches,
drink boxes & yoghurt to the church by Sunday,
November 25. Thank You
Christmas Luncheon & Bake Sale: St. Margaret’s
ACW will be holding its annual Christmas Luncheon
& Bake Sale on Saturday, November 24, from
11:30am-1:00pm. The Bake Sale table will be opened
Instead of asking for food donations, the ACW will be
asking for monetary donation to help purchase the
food for the menu.
Please give your donations to Carolyn Pellow or
Cathy Lutes (at the 10:30 services) or to Faith
Cormier (at 8:30 services), either in cash or by check
made out to St. Margaret’s ACW.
Please don’t put your donation on the plate.
We’d like all donations in by today, Thank You.
We’ll also need baked goods & jams, jellies & pickles
for the bake table.
Please have your baked goods, jams & jellies at the
church on Thursday morning, 9am-12pm or Friday,
Pastoral Care: During this time that St. Margaret’s is
without a Priest-in-Charge, you can address any
Pastoral care to;
Fr. John Harvey –461-3319
Nancy Wiggins –454-6654
church matters to the Wardens;
Ken Brien –454-6981
Bob Boucher –459-8357
Or through the church office –450-0110
Our Mission: To be a growing Christian Community
Yes, but how?
“…apart from Me you can do nothing.”
First, give yourself to Jesus,
Then to the work He gives you.
1. “My house shall be a house of prayer”
Be a house / community of prayer listening to Jesus.
2. “Do this for the remembrance of me”
Be a family gathered around His table.
3. “Come unto me all you …”
Be an inviting place of welcome
4. “…who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.”
Be a place of Christ-centred service
5. “Take my yoke upon you and learn from me”
Be growing in knowing and serving Jesus.
And, leave the rest to Him.
Almighty Father, look graciously upon the members of St. Margaret’s Parish. By the grace of your Holy Spirit, make clear the mission and ministry you have for us. May all we do contribute to the building up of the body of Christ. May we be a growing Christian community, united in love and a blessing to present and future generations. Move the hearts of your people to give willingly and work patiently, that your house may be a place of beauty and utility acceptable to you, our Father; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
WEDNESDAY MORNINGS 9:30-11:30AM PARENT & TOT Everyone welcome!
Chat, Play & Snacks provided
FOR MORE INFO:
Please click on the link below to view the Playgroup Poster.
Meets in conjunction with the Cathedral and Christ Church Parish Church on Friday evenings from 6:30 to 8:30. Youth in middle school and higher are welcome. Contact the Rector.
9:00 am to noon on Tuesdays with crafts, cards(45′s) and conversation – all are welcome. Mid-morning refreshments and a brief meeting.
Tuesdays from 1:30 to 2:30. All welcome. This is an interactive study with lively discussion.
This is a ministry of Middle School, High School & University Students and other young adults. Interested persons are welcome. For more information contact Peggy Boucher (452-1944).
1st St. Margaret’s Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, and Venturers
These groups meet during the school year. Time and place of meetings:
Meeting times and places for St. Margaret’s Scouting sections for September 2012:
Beaver Scouts (ages 5 to 7) meet in the Cathedral Memorial Hall from 6:30 to 7:30 pm on Tuesdays, starting on September 11.
Cub Scouts (ages 8 to 10) meet in Forest Hill School from 6:30 to 8:00 pm on Wednesdays, starting on September 12.
Scouts (ages 11 to 14) meet in the Cathedral Memorial Hall from 7:00 to 9:00 pm on Wednesdays and will be meeting on September 12.
Venturer Scouts (ages 15 to 17) meet in the Cathedral Memorial Hall at 7:30 pm on Mondays, with the first meeting on Monday, September 10.
For more information contact David Rayworth (206-1801) OR firstname.lastname@example.org