2014 St. Paul’s Christmas Schedule

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2014  St. Paul’s Worship Schedule for Christmas

Everyone is welcome to come and join us at St. Paul’s.

Sermons

  • Sermon – 28 Sep 2014 by Rev. Schaap Thumbnail Sermon – 28 Sep 2014 by Rev. Schaap
    Posted by Maria HIzon

    St. Michael and All Angels Some of you may remember last year when we celebrated the Feast of St. Michael and All Angels that I mentioned I had never, to my knowledge, encountered an angel before. Well, as we come around to this celebration of these special messengers of God’s word whom we call angels, […]

  • Sermon – 21 Sep 2014 By Rev. Schaap Thumbnail Sermon – 21 Sep 2014 By Rev. Schaap
    Posted by Maria HIzon

    Matthew 20:1-16 – The Generous Employer The first thing I thought about when I read this parable is that God doesn’t seem to know much about labour relations. The second thought I had was and that makes me mad. Particularly as the teacher’s strike dragged on for 6 weeks and the government and the union’s […]

  • Sermon – 13 Sep 2014 by Tim Conklin Thumbnail Sermon – 13 Sep 2014 by Tim Conklin
    Posted by Maria HIzon

    Sermon for 14 September 2014 Holy Cross Day The Foolishness of the Cross Some of you may be wondering what I’m doing up here today, so let me tell you.  As you know, it is the Feast of the Holy Cross, when we lift up the cross, the instrument of Jesus’ crucifixion and symbol of […]

  • Sermon – 10 August 2014 Thumbnail Sermon – 10 August 2014
    Posted by Jesicca Schaap

    Discerning God (Genesis 37:1-4, 12-28; Matthew 14:22-33) This is the story of the family of Jacob. That’s how our reading from Genesis begins today. Many of us might know it better as the beginning of the story of Joseph. The story of Joseph is the last of the story cycles about the patriarchs and matriarchs […]

  • Sermon – 22 June 2014 Thumbnail Sermon – 22 June 2014
    Posted by Maria HIzon

    Pentecost: The Holy Spirit’s Gifts Last week I asked Harry what he wanted for Father’s Day. His response was one I had heard many times: something for everyday use that is beautiful. Even though I need a reminder every few months, slowly, this has become our gift giving philosophy: something that is beautiful and functional. […]

  • Sermon – 15 June 2014 (Trinity Sunday) Thumbnail Sermon – 15 June 2014 (Trinity Sunday)
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    The Trinity Once upon a time, in the early centuries of the church, the doctrine of the Trinity was so hotly debated, that people in the marketplaces used to talk about it, and get into arguments over the nature and essence of God the Father, of Jesus Christ the Son, and the Holy Spirit. The […]

  • Sermon – May 25 Thumbnail Sermon – May 25
    Posted by Maria HIzon

    Acts 17 – Paul in Athens This past weekend two conversations have been swirling around in my mind. The first is from an online discussion group for Anglican church clergy under 40. A discussion is underway about how the church responds to the spiritual but not religious group. Many of you are probably familiar with […]

  • Sermon – May 18 Thumbnail Sermon – May 18
    Posted by Maria HIzon

    John 14:6 The Way, the Truth, and the Life. When I was about six or seven years old, my sister and I had best friends who lived in the house beside ours. They were two little boys close in age and we played with them almost every day. We were a church going family and […]

  • Sermon – Easter 3 Thumbnail Sermon – Easter 3
    Posted by Maria HIzon

    A Journey to Recognition I remember as a teenager that I hated to wear my glasses. The vanity and self-consciousness of a sixteen year old meant I would walk around the halls of my highschool and the faces that passed were blurs. Even friends I couldn’t recognize if they were more than twenty feet away. […]

  • Sermon – Nov 10 Thumbnail Sermon – Nov 10
    Posted by Maria HIzon

    Images of Resurrected Life One of my favourite television shows when I was in school was Buffy the Vampire Slayer. In it a young woman has the mission to kill vampires and other nasty creatures that threaten the world, her community, friends and family. The show is a cult favourite and the figure of the […]

  • Sept 15 Sermon Thumbnail Sept 15 Sermon
    Posted by Maria HIzon

    The Character of God: Luke 15:1-10 In last week’s gospel, Jesus was teaching about the high cost of discipleship, asking for careful thought and consideration of anyone who felt drawn to walk in his path. In essence, discipleship is a lifelong journey of putting one’s relationship with God first, humbly, patiently, faithfully. And yet, for […]

  • Sermon – Aug 11 Thumbnail Sermon – Aug 11
    Posted by Maria HIzon

    Parables of Watchfulness How many of you have heard of the Iona Community? They are a group of people from different Christian traditions who live in a dispersed community with a centre on the remote island of Iona in Scotland. They have become known for their commitment to peace and social justice and for the […]

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Articles

  • 2014 St. Paul’s Christmas Schedule Thumbnail 2014 St. Paul’s Christmas Schedule

    2014  St. Paul’s Worship Schedule for Christmas Everyone is welcome to come and join us at St. Paul’s.

  • Keeping Sacred Time: Preparing for Advent, Christmas & Epiphany Thumbnail Keeping Sacred Time: Preparing for Advent, Christmas & Epiphany

    You are invite d to attend the first series of our course “Keeping Sacred Time” which will help deepen your understanding of Advent, Christmas & Epiphany. The Rev. Jessica Schaap guide you through the course providing you with a deeper immersion in the mystery of Jesus Christ. When we go to a church service, a […]

  • A New Christianity & Deuteronomy Thumbnail A New Christianity & Deuteronomy

    A NEW CHRISTIANITY AND DEUTERONOMY COME AND EXPLORE Christianity has lost its importance as an influential voice in society. This is not to say in any way that Christianity is bad or wrong. Far from it. The metaphors with which we understand our experiences of God have worked for 2000 years and continue to do […]

  • Nov 9, 2014: Remembrance Day Thumbnail Nov 9, 2014: Remembrance Day

    You are all welcome to celebrate Remembrance day with us on November 9, 2014. A special service will be held at 10:30 am in the Church.

  • Nov. 2, 2014: All Saints Day with Anointing of Oil Thumbnail Nov. 2, 2014: All Saints Day with Anointing of Oil

    We invite everyone to join us on Sunday November 2, 2014 at 10am for the celebration of All Saints Day. We will also have the Blessing of Oils and the Anointing for Healing.  

  • Greeters Workshop – October 26, 2014 Thumbnail Greeters Workshop – October 26, 2014

    Want to be a Greeter @StPaulsWestEnd? There is a GREETERS WORKSHOP on Sunday October 26, 2014 after the 11 am service. If you are interested, please contact Linda Bourne or Tim Conklin. Parish office: 604.685.6832. Please click here to go to the GREETERS WORKSHOP facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1494662657485084/ or the GREETERS WORKSHOP events page: http://stpaulsanglican.bc.ca/events/greeters-worshop/

  • Richard van Delft :Order of the Diocese of New Westminster Thumbnail Richard van Delft :Order of the Diocese of New Westminster

    Our beloved parishioner Richard van Delft will be awarded the Order of the Diocese of New Westminster. The presentation of the award will be made by the Bishop at a Diocesan Celebration Service, held at Christ Church Cathedral, November 2, 2014 at 4pm. The Order brings together laity from our diocese who have served faithfully […]

  • Our House: Norm’s Inline Skating Update Thumbnail Our House: Norm’s Inline Skating Update

    Norm Sharkey, founder and Program Director of “Our House West Coast Society” (Our House) has been circling the seawall on inline skates this summer; he is almost finished with less than 1000 km left to skate. Norm is skating to raise funds to buy a home for Our House and to raise awareness about addiction […]

  • Living the Christian Life at St. Pauls Thumbnail Living the Christian Life at St. Pauls

    Register now!    It’s FREE! Newcomer’s Course: Living the Christian Life at St. Paul’s Beginning August 10th, all who are new to St. Paul’s or those who would like to renew their understanding of Christian life as expressed at St. Paul’s are invited to attend the Newcomer’s course. The course will cover worship, the ethos […]

  • Bring Back our Girls: 100th Day in Captivity for the Chibok schoolgirls Thumbnail Bring Back our Girls: 100th Day in Captivity for the Chibok schoolgirls

    Vancouver Bring Back Our Girls team is inviting you to gather on the Burrard Street Bridge on Wednesday, July 23rd, from 5-6pm to stand in vigil to maintain pressure on the powers that can liberate the girls, to keep this crime in the public eye, and to hold our sisters in our hearts by standing […]

  • Schedule for Holy Week and Easter Thumbnail Schedule for Holy Week and Easter

    The following is a list of services for Holy Week and Easter. Please join us. All are welcome. 13 April 2014, Palm Sunday, 8am, 9:15am and 11am (starting at Nelson Park) 14 April 2014, Monday in Holy Week, 7pm: Holy Eucharist 15 April 2014, Tuesday in Holy Week, 7pm: Holy Eucharist 16 April 2014, Wednesday […]

  • Crash Course in Bible Study Thumbnail Crash Course in Bible Study

    Feel stuck every time you open the Bible? Tired of hearing verses taken out of context? This Lent you are invited to learn the steps that make for fruitful, thoughtful, and life-giving reading of the Bible. You will learn how to put the scriptures back into their context, ask relevant questions, and access some great […]

  • Ash Wednesday Services Thumbnail Ash Wednesday Services

      Please join us for Ash Wednesday services. Wednesday, March 5 (12Noon and 7pm). Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the 40-day liturgical period of prayer and fasting or abstinence of Lent. All are welcome. Bring a friend.

  • Labyrinth NYE/New Year’s Day Programming Thumbnail Labyrinth NYE/New Year’s Day Programming

    For well over a decade, the end of the calendar year has been an important time in the Labyrinth, and the cusp between 2013 and 2014 is no different. Please join us as a prelude to your celebrations elsewhere, as a refuge from the craziness of the night, or as a celebration of light amid […]

  • Christmas Eve / Christmas Day / NYE Services Thumbnail Christmas Eve / Christmas Day / NYE Services

    As Advent comes to a close and the Christmas Season begins, please note the following upcoming services: – 24 Dec., Christmas Eve: 5pm, – 24 Dec., Christmas Eve: 11pm (music starts at 10:30pm featuring a 4 piece horn ensemble) – 25 Dec., Christmas Day: Our Christmas Day service begins at 11am Please also feel free […]

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