Tuesday, 7 April 2015

HEALTH FAIR 2015- Saturday, May 9, 2015

To be held at St. Agnes' Anglican Church, 530 12th Street E., North Vancouver.  

Are you curious about?
  • Hearing loss
  • Blood pressure, diabetes and depression
  • Alternative forms of healing
Please contact Sarah Sykes in the Parish Office (admin@saintmartins.ca) to register:
  • Free                for children under 12 years old
  • Regular $10    to May 3 (inclusive)
  • Late  $12          May 4 - May 9



SENIOR’S TALK,

WALK & LUNCH

Thursday, April 30, 2015

At St Catherine’s Anglican Church



On the last Thursday of every month the North Vancouver Regional Ministry of
Anglican and Lutheran Churches is offering a fun and engaging new program for seniors.  The venue is at St Catherine’s Anglican Church (1058
Ridgewood Dr, North Vancouver) there will be a guest speaker presenting a topic of interest to seniors.  After the lecture there will be a question and answer period.  We will then walk down to Edgemont Village and have lunch and fellowship together at a local eatery.         
The talk begins at 11:00am and the walk to lunch will be at 12:00 noon.  The next talk and walk will be Thursday, April 30 and the guest Speaker will be Joni Vajda, Program Coordinator of Outreach Programs at the West Vancouver Senior's Activity Centre.  Joni will be talking about "Senior's
Connections in the Community".  For more information please contact the Rev. Patrick Blaney at  priest.sjnv@telus.net  or  604-986-1151 

Sunday, 5 April 2015

Seeing the Lord in a New Way



            I have always been an early riser, almost always the first to be awake in the house as a young boy growing up, holidays were no exception. 

Sunday, 29 March 2015

I Wonder What it Must Have Like to Have Been in The Crowd That First Palm Sunday . . .



John 12: 12-16
            I wonder what it must have been like in Jerusalem all those years ago, when Jesus first rode into the city on a donkey. I can picture being in the crowd in the capital city. The excitement and tension in the air is tangible. There is a festival, people are everywhere, people coming and going. I imagine, much like in a flea market or a fall fair, the food and aromas in the air and the booths with an array of different trinkets and things for sale. There is something different about this particular festival at this particular time. People are talking, Jesus is coming! 

Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Holy Week Services and Readings



Holy Week Services and Readings 2015

Maundy Thursday, April 2
6 pm               Soup Supper (Church Hall)
7 pm               Holy Eucharist

Readings:      Exodus 12:1-4, 11-14, Psalm 116: 1, 10-17,
                        1 Corinthians 11: 23-26, John 13: 1-17, 31b-35

Good Friday, April 3
10 am             Holy Eucharist & Veneration of the Cross

Readings:      Isaiah 52: 13 - 53: 12, Psalm 22, Hebrews 10: 16-25,
                        John 18: 1-19: 42 (omit gospel responses)

Easter Vigil, April 4
9 pm               The Great Vigil of Easter

Readings:      Genesis 1: 1-2: 4a, Exodus 14: 10-31, Ezekiel 36: 24-28
                        Romans 6: 3-11, Psalm 114, Mark 16 1:8

Easter Sunday, April 5, 2015
8 am               Holy Eucharist
10 am             Holy Eucharist


Readings:      Acts 10: 34-43, 1 Corinthians 15: 1-11, John 20: 1-18