Archive for April 2018

Spring High Tea at St Luke’s — a tasty outing

A great day for tea, fancy sandwiches and tasty treats More than a hundred people came to St Luke’s parish hall to enjoy the Spring High Tea event on Saturday afternoon. The Tea began at 1:30 pm and there were two seatings during the afternoon to accommodate the guests from the neighbourhood and nearby area…

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Spring High Tea

High Tea — Spring 2018 More than a hundred people came to St Luke’s parish hall to enjoy the Spring High Tea event on Saturday afternoon. The Tea began at 1:30 pm and there were two seatings during the afternoon to accommodate the guests from the neighbourhood and nearby area of Peterborough. Members of the…

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Message from Archbishop

In wake of tragedy in Toronto on Monday: message from ++Colin Johnson, 23 April 2018 Nearby Toronto churches open for prayer and vigil Tragedy has struck our city today. I weep for those who have died. I join in prayer for those who are physically injured or suffering emotionally from having witnessed such carnage, and…

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Baptisms and Confirmation

Busy weekend: 7 Baptisms and 4 Confirmations Confirmations on Saturday with Bishop Riscylla at St Thomas, Millbrook plus Baptisms on Sunday at St Luke’s On the Fourth Sunday of Easter: The People of St Luke’s gathered to celebrate the Baptism of seven little ones. They represented a small flock of grandchildren connected to the parish. Father…

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Confirmation for Deanery

Confirmation for Deanery in Millbrook On a bright and sunny afternoon on Saturday, 21 April, four candidates (confirmands) from St Luke’s received Laying on of Hands from Bishop Riscylla as they received the Sacrament of Confirmation. In order to recall their Baptisms, the Bishop also anointed each one with Holy Oil. Earlier in the Liturgy,…

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The Church needs generous givers — here’s why

The Anglican April 2018 by Peter Misiaszek, Director of Stewardship, Diocese of Toronto Last month’s article on The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Churches garnered considerable interest as evidenced by the emails and conversations I had concerning the topic. It seems that most of us are aware of the changes taking place in the church…

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Easter — it’s not just one day but 50 days

Easter isn’t just one day — it’s 50 days From Archbishop Fred Hiltz, Primate, Anglican Church of Canada While society makes much of Easter Day and largely from the perspective of bunnies and chocolate and springtime, it is for Christians the first day of 50 in which we celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Easter…

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