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Services:

Services are at 9:30 am.


September to June: services are held at the “new” church, 195 Collegiate Street

July and August: services, using the Book of Common Prayer, are held at our Heritage Church, St. James the Assiniboine, on Tylehurst. (see a map here)

Regular Events

Pastoral Care Assistants: If you are interested in helping the parish maintain contact with our shut-ins and those who have been ill contact Angela Brandson. We are seeking people who enjoy visiting as well as those who would like to make telephone calls or send out cards.

Wednesdays, 11:30 am to 2:00 pm: card club. Bring a bag lunch, tea and coffee are provided. Contact Barb Sasseville for information. Now meeting at St Andrews Church.

First Saturdays, (September — June) 8:00 pm: Happy Mike’s Coffee House, doors open at 7:30. Information can be found at the Happy Mikes website.

Upcoming Events

Mid Week Services and Bible Study: Wednesdays, 10:00 am at St Stephen and St Bede, 99 Turner Avenue.

Welcome! 2016 marked the 165th anniversary of the creation of our parish.

Educational Events, 2019

May 25 - 26

Doors Open Winnipeg: at our Heritage Church, 525 Tylehurst.

11:00 am to 5:00 pm

Watch for an insert in the Winnipeg Free Press, or visit Heritage Winnipeg for full details.

June

A Learning Journey: our Fourth Annual series on Indigenous Awareness: watch for information about the month’s events.

June 8

Lilac Tea   ... proposed date: watch for more information

June 23

Annual Heritage Church Opening

10:00 am ... 525 Tylehurst Street

... everyone is welcome, no period clothing required this year!

June 23 to August 25

Services are held at our Heritage Church

9:30 am ... 525 Tylehurst Street        Book of Common Prayer

July

Concert Series in the Cemetery

Watch for news about the program

2019

Services as usual: 9:30 am

March 12

Grief Is a Journey Bereavement Support at St. Stephen & St. Bede, 99 Turner Avenue. This program takes place every second and fourth Tuesdays.

7:00 to 9:00 pm

Red Letter Bible Study at Perkins Restaurant, Portage Avenue at Ronald Street. This program takes place every Tuesday, in the ‘Red Letter Room’. Join Fr Murray in a study of the Gospel of St Matthew.

10:00 am

April 10

Book Study: The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood will be the subject of a book study on Wednesday, April 10, 7:00 p.m. at St. Stephen and St. Bede. Our moderator will be Professor Sue Sorenson, Associate Professor of English at the Canadian Mennonite University. Sue is the author of several books and an active member of First Lutheran Church. This very famous and topical book is available from the library, Amazon, and most book stores. The movie and television version are easily accessible online or on Netflix. Enjoy this compelling read throughout these chilly days and look forward to a very lively discussion on April 10. A sign-up sheet is posted on the bulletin board. Note: come prepared ... read the book first!

7:00  pm

March 5

Pancake Supper in the church hall. Admission is by silver collection: whatever you are able to give ... you are welcome in any case. Continual sittings. No ticket needed ... just show up!

5:00 to 7:00 pm

March 6

Ash Wednesday service in the church. (10:00 am service will take place at St Stephen and St Bede, 99 Turner Avenue.)

7:00  pm

Holy Week—April 14-21

  1. Sunday — Palm Sunday; designated liturgy at St. James

  2. Wednesday — Stations of the Cross at St. Stephen & St. Bede, 7:00 pm

  3. Maundy Thursday — Pot Luck 5:00-5:30 pm at St. Stephen & St. Bede; service with stripping of the altar 7:30 pm at both churches.

  4. Good Friday — 10:00 am at St. James

  5. Easter — regular Sunday service times

March 29

Prairie Circus Arts is putting on another edition of their own circus & variety show, Circus and Cocktails. Doors open at 7:00 p.m., show starts at 8:00 p.m. SHARP! Tickets are $15 and you can get them online at prairiecircusarts.com or from a member of Prairie Circus Arts today. All proceeds from the event go toward the growth of Prairie Circus Arts and its not-for-profit mandate: Providing a low-cost and accessible space for both amateur and professional arts of all physical art forms.

7:00 pm