Wednesday, 04 September 2019 00:43

Worship Services

UPDATE: Please note that St. Anne's has changed our regular service time to 9:15 am.  There will be an 8:00 am Book of Common Prayer service on the first Sunday of each month. An additional BCP service will take place on the second Wednesday of each month at 11am.

Masks will continue to be required while in motion and may be removed while in your pew until further notice.  We have reintroduced the Cup at the Eucharist. As always, the decision to take the wine is entirely at your discretion.

FORTH @ 4pm: Every fourth Sunday at 4pm

A 30 minute informal time of worship. Through the vehicles of scripture and song, we will spend some moments with one another entering in the readings and their message to us.

Continue to pray for all those impacted by the virus and its ripple effect on work and home lives.

Please continue to keep in touch and pray for one another as we navigate these challenging and uncertain times together. Please do not hesitate to be in touch as needed.

Yours in Christ,
Canon Val and the Wardens of St Anne's

Please note that unless otherwise noted, sermons are preached by St. Anne's incumbent rector, Reverend Canon Valerie Kenyon.  Visit our Sermon Archive for previous recordings of sermons and services.

The Book of Alternative Services may be accessed in pdf format pdf for use during the services.Scripture readings for today may be found at:

Sunday November 27, 2022

Sunday Takeaway 

In this Sunday’s readings, both Jesus and Paul have something to tell us about how we use our time and how alert we are to all that is happening around us. Paul wants us to wake from sleep and Jesus wants us to stay awake. Paul is challenging us, to take an open and honest look at our lives, at how we spend our minutes, our hours, which all become the days of our lives. This all seems rather fitting on this first Sunday of the new church year. Just how will we answer the challenge?


Sunday November 20, 2022

Sermon Text

Sunday Takeaway

From the Cross, Jesus calls any who would call him “Lord” – to join God’s insistent, consistent, and persistent solidarity with the weak, the oppressed, and the forgotten of this world. In short, we are only faithful to our Lord as far as it stands with those who are most vulnerable. Whatever our understandable desire for strength and security, God calls us not only to identify with the weak and dispossessed, but to lift our voices on their behalf, calling leaders to care for them. An excellent reminder to us all as we stand in the doorway of another year.


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