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What is Advent? Advent is the first season of the church calendar, comprising the four Sundays before Christmas. It is a time of expectant waiting and preparation. Sunday, December 2nd 10:00 a.m. Advent 1 Holy Eucharist Sunday, December 9th 10:00 … Read More
Sunday, December 3rd 10:00 a.m. Advent 1 Holy Eucharist Sunday, December 10th 10:00 a.m. Advent 2 Holy Eucharist Sunday, December 17th 10:00 a.m. Christmas Pageant Tuesday, December 19th 6:00 p.m. Longest Night of the Year service, lasagna dinner to follow … Read More
May 10, 2015 from St Laurence Anglican Church by Rev Anna Greenwood-Lee.
Holy Week March 30 to April 4 Thursday, April 29:30 am Contemplative Prayer Service with Geri Urch 6:00 pm Maundy Thursday Meal and Service Friday, April 310:00 am Good Friday service beginning at St. Laurence and followed by optional walk … Read More
1 February10:00 am Eucharist. 20th Century Mystic John O’Donohue. The Rev. Cathy Fulton preaching. 2 February Parish Council Meeting 7:30 pm in Sunshine Room 5 February Contemplative Prayer Service with Geri Urch 9:30 am 8 February 10:00 am Eucharistic20th Century Mystics – … Read More
30 JanuaryWisdom Centre event with AJ Levine. “Adam and Eve: Returning to Eden.”7:30 pm. St. Mary’s University McGivney Hall (14500 Bannister Road). Free. Doors open at 6:30 pm. 31 JanuaryWisdom Centre event with AJ Levine. “David and Bathsheba: Refusing to … Read More
For those who may be unaware, St. Laurence provides a monthly ministry of sandwiches to the Drop-In Centre. Many parishioners faithfully make two loaves of sandwiches as per a rotation roster and we deliver them to the Drop-In Centre. This … Read More
If you are a new parishioner and would like a name tag or you’ve lost yours, please let the office know and we will order you one. There is a choice between a magnet or a pin name tag. Please let … Read More
When we think of “St. Laurence” we may think of our attractive church building. But isn’t our real identity the diverse community of people who meet here week by week …. older and younger, newer and longer time parishioners, couples … Read More