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Alleluia! Christ is risen!

He is risen indeed! Alleluia!

Due to Covid, all in-person services continue to be cancelled. Please join us on-line as we celebrate the season of Easter.

Who are we?

St. Laurence is a vibrant, welcoming and inclusive Anglican community. We are theologically progressive and intellectually challenging. We practice a renewed and compassionate Christian spirituality to deepen our experience of God. And we share this path with others as a response to the growing hunger for meaning and hope in our world.

“We are a spunky, open-minded Anglican community. We love to ask questions, experiment with new things and through the www.wisdomcentre.ca contribute to the larger conversation about how to renew and revitalize Christian life in the 21st century.”

On-line Sunday Services only every Sunday at 10 am. In-person services presently cancelled due to Covid. Details about upcoming Sundays can be found on our Services page.

All Welcome!

Where are we going next on our journey?

The Parish of St Laurence is currently in a period of discernment, as we transition from Rev. Anna’s leadership and ministry to create space and ideas for new ministry and leadership. This is an intentional time to both mark the ending of a remarkable mutual ministry these past many years, reflect on where St. Laurence is as a parish right now, and begin to imagine what new thing might be emerging as the parish moves forward. 

To help us move forward, we have engaged the services of the Rev. Don McLeod, a well known development facilitator.  During this period, the Rev. Dr. Jane Rowland will serve us as our Interim Priest.

Our process plan began in January 2021 with Part 1 – Discernment: Conversations about Ministry in a Liminal Time and Sharing Stories about St. Laurence from 2005-2020, and will continue in the fall of 2021 with Part 2 – Clarifying Purpose and Engaging the Future: Who Do We Choose to Be?