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St. Nicholas Birch Cliff

Anglican Church

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Welcome to St. Nicholas!

   
 

During the Season of Lent

Stations of the Cross On Friday mornings, we will walk the stations of the cross at 9:00am.  This year, we will strive to use Stations of the Cross from different countries around the world. You are invited to join us for this meaningful devotion. The liturgy will also be made available at the back of the Church for those who wish to walk and meditate on the Stations of the Cross at another time.

Lent Lunches ``Jesus: Having the Last Word`` will be held on 5 Wednesday’s in Lent  beginning on March 8th, (not Ash Wednesday) and continuing on March 15th, 22nd, March 29th  and April 5th , (not in Holy Week)   with a special talk at noon followed by lunch in Robinson Hall at 12:30 p.m. Each week, neighbouring Churches will provide the speaker and the soup. If you are willing to help with hosting this ecumenical event, please add your name to the sign-up sheet on the Manderley Bulletin Board. Please click for a listing of speakers and topics.

 
Sunday Services at St. Nicholas

•8:30 am - Said Eucharist

•10:30 am - Sung Eucharist

 

Wednesday Service

•10:00 am - Said Eucharist

Forgot your copy of Nick's News sitting on the pew, or couldn't make it to church last Sunday?   Nick's News  (Weekly Announcements)  are  available online  for you to read.

Nick's News for March 19, 2017 Link

 Audio recordings of the weekly sermon are also available via the website. Simply click here.

 

Readings for March 26th, the 4th  Sunday in Lent 

1 Samuel 16:  1-13         Psalm 23        Ephesians 5:  8-14       John 9:  1-41

 

Online Bible Readings

If you would like to look up the readings for Sunday, the Oremus Bible Browser is consistent with the readings used during our services.

 ◦Church School - Children are welcome at St. Nicholas! Children are invited to attend our Church School Program downstairs during the 10:30am service 

◦Activity bags for children are available at the back of the church or from the sidespeople. Please feel free to use them during the service. Children are welcome to take home any pictures they colour, leaving the rest of the package at the back of the church!

•All are welcome at St. Nicholas! All baptized Christians, regardless of denomination or age, are invited to receive Communion in the Anglican Church. If you do not wish to receive the bread and wine, please come to the Altar, and cross your arms over your chest to receive a blessing.

The Next Family Friendly Fellowship will be on Saturday March 25th from 5-7 p.m.  Please join us for songs, stories, crafts, and a yummy kid friendly dinner.  

 

 

The next Adult Community Lunch will be on March 14th from 11-1 p.m.  All are most welcome! 

 

 

 

   

 

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