The Shack - An informal Conversation with Canon Stephen - May 7th

If you are interested in having an informal conversation with Canon Stephen about the movie (or book), The Shack, join us on Sunday May 7th, following the 10am service, in the library.  Everyone is welcome!


Organist Ian Sandler accompanies The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Sat. Apr. 22nd

On Saturday, April 22nd at 7pm, St. Bride's will be screening the original Hunchback of Notre Dame, starring Lon Chaney. Internationally renowned organist, Ian Sadler, will be providing a live accompaniment on the St. Bride's organ.  Reception follows downstairs.  Get your tickets early and save.  Advance tickets: $10.  At the door: $15.  Bring your friends. 


Christianity 101: Wed. April 19 & 26

Christianity 101: The Basics

Bring your questions and join Canon Stephen Peake on Wednesday, April 19th, and the following Wednesday, April 26th, in the Fellowship Room.


See Faith Differently - The Reframing Story with Canon Stephen Peake - Wednesdays 7:30pm Nov. 9th - Dec. 7th

You are invited to a powerful 5-week film-based exploration of what it means to follow Christ today, led by Canon Stephen Peake.  It begins at 7:30pm Wednesdays in the Fellowship Room from  Nov. 9th - Dec. 7th.  For more information on the course see: http://www.reframecourse.com




Welcoming Syrian Refugees

St. Bride's is sponsoring a Syrian family, who arrived on Dec. 31st, as described in an article entitled "Church Welcomes Syrian Refugees" which was originally published in the February 2016 edition of "The Anglican".

We are delighted to welcome the Al-Hussein family to Clarkson, and are very grateful for the leadership and efforts of our refugee sponsorship committee.

As Canon Stephen says, "I told the congregation on a Sunday morning, I think there's a lot of support for this, but before I sign on the dotted line I want to have a sense that we're going to be able to come up with the $40,000 that we're going to need to support this family in Clarkson.  By the next Sunday, we had $44,000."

"It's certainly changed the people who have been directly involved, in terms of feeling like this is a way of really putting faith into action.  It's impacted the wider congregation in that it has given them a chance to also share and make this happen."

You can read the full article on page 8 of the "The Anglican":


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