Worship & Events
Eucharist, Sundays 8am & 10:30am
Wednesdays at 11am
25th, 2018, 7:30pm
- David, Patron of Wales
- February only - note special evening time
March 25th, 2018, 4:30pm - Sunday of the
April 22nd, 2018, 4:30pm - George, Patron
May 27th, 2018, 4:30pm - Feast of the Visitation
Our Cathedral Church of the Redeemer offers Evensong usually the 3rd Sundays
of the month. See their website
14th, Ash Wednesday and Lent Begins
With services of Holy Eucharist with Impostion of Ashes at 11am and 7:30pm.
is Pysical Labour - Why Walk Alone?
An 8 week Grief Recovery program begins February 13, 7:00pm, in the Coop
Room. Open to all, parishioners or not. 1.5 to 2.5 sessions... and an
alternate time can, if necessary, be decided upon by the group. First
meeting is an information/planning session to help you decide what's best
for you. For more info, contact Betty Craigie, facilitator, in person
at coffee hour or via the church office at 403-243-4680.
Cognitive Decline - February 24th, 2pm
A public lecture with Dr. Eleanor Stein based on the work of Dr. Dale
E. Bredesen, author of The End of Alzheimer’s. For more information
or to register call Dr. Stein’s office at 403-287-9941 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org. Admission $15.
April 8th, 2018 4:30pm at The Cathedral Church of the Redeemer - Brandon's
The Reverend Deacon
Brandon Witwer will be one of the candidates for ordination to the priesthood
at our cathdral church. Your presence, prayers and encouragement for all
the candidates is most apreciated!
Jesus - A Lenten Journey:
join with the monks of The Society of St. John the Evangelist in a Lenten
journey using the central themes of The Gospel of John. The
journey will be supported by:
- 5 Wednesday Sessions (February 21st to March 21st)
- A Prayer Journal
- Daily Video Reflections from the brothers of SSJE.
Sign up for the sessions
and your prayer journal on the clip board in the office or narthex. Then
click on this
link to sign up for the daily video to be emailed to you from ssje.org.
God is Love
The Word Became Flesh
Close to the Father's Heart
I Have Called You Friends
Abide in Me
We Declare to You
will be a short meeting for the participants after each of the Eucharists
on February 11th.
Conversation and Tea
Wednesday afternoons from 1:30 to 4:00pm
Logic - Thursdays at 10:30am
September to June we study the readings for the coming Sunday. Get more
out of Sunday mornings, get to know the scripture better, and enjoy the
fact that if you miss a week, you won't fall behind! We highly recommend
and Meditation, Wednesdays at 5:00pm
and fellowship, all welcome.
Between Sunday liturgies,
we offer seasonal presentations connecting with faith and community. The
Café is a opportunity to take in a topical and current issue and
relate them to faith. Watch the announcements for speakers and dates.
You Are Welcome in worship!
and Soles for Kids!
Do you remember being a kid and wanting so hard to fit in with your friends
at school? Imagine what that would have been like... without a pair of
with a Calgary elementary schools, we are gathering new shoes to make
sure elementary school aged children have shoes in school. You can help
by donating new running shoes in sizes for students in K to six. Drop
them off at a table in the entrance way. New shoes only, please. Tax receipt
abailable with receipt of purchase in the box.
24 - Coldest Night of the Year
Imagine this cold and snow... alone and on the street! Walk in solidarity
with our brothers and sisters experiencing homelessness. Funds raised
support Karios Calgary’s fundraising effort to pay down the mortgage
on the Bankview apartments, an affordable housing initiative, and that
awesome program called Feed the Hungry. For more info, www.coldestnightoftheyear.org.
Monthly we collaborate by offering space,
kitchens, experience and skill with women and young children to prepare
nutritious and affordable meals to both share and take away. Your help
is welcome, especially in the provision of child care so that families
can attend: even an hour of care would be a huge help. If you'd like to
become a part of this partnership, please contact the church office or
Every week, Christ Church gathers donations to support the work of the
Calgary Food Bank. These items are blessed in worship then shared with
Christ Church also welcomes your donations to alleviate local emergency
food needs. Please consider donating:
Food Items -
Canned Vegetables, Fruit, Fish and other Proteins, Soups, Stews, Chili,
Pork & Beans, etc.,
Canned milk, rice, pasta and sauce, cereal, porridge, coffee, tea.
Toilet paper, laundry soap, shampoo/conditioner, tooth brushes/paste/floss,
feminine hygene products.