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St. Nicholas Birch Cliff

Anglican Church

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Worship at St. Nicholas

Sundays

8:30 am Said Eucharist

10:30 am Sung Eucharist, Sunday School  

program offered for children of all ages.

12:00 pm Coffee Hour

Tuesdays
8:45 am Morning Prayer

Wednesdays
10:00 am Holy Eucharist & Discussion

Thursdays
8:45 am Morning Prayer

 Opportunities to assist with Worship at St. Nick's

Do you enjoy singing? 

Have you ever considered joining our Choir? All sections are currently in need of new members. We rehearse on Thursday evenings from 7:30 - 9:30 pm and we would love to welcome you!  Being able to read music is not necessary, but having the ability to sing in tune is a good idea! For more information, please contact the church office at 416- 691-0449 or  office@stnicholasbirchcliff.com  

Can't carry a tune in a basket?

...then consider joining the team of Sidespeople. If you're looking for a way to contribute to our worship, but are not sure what's right for you, what about becoming a Sidesperson? You'd be part of a dedicated team of people who greet people with an order of service and a smile as they come into the church. We also collect and count the offering, oversee the movement of people on the way to Communion, and we’re there to catch you if you trip on the steps! Be part of this important ministry in the life of our parish. Speak to Sonia Halloran or any Sidesperson on duty on any Sunday… We also flip pancakes!

Bringing forth the Elements (the bread and wine for Communion)

As you may know, every Sunday two people are invited to take the elements up to the altar at the Offertory. If this is something you feel you would like to do, perhaps, but not necessarily, to mark a special day or anniversary, please speak to one of the Sidespeople on duty on any Sunday. They will take note of your name and the date on which you would like to take on this important role.

 Gluten-free wafers

Gluten free wafers are available for communion. To indicate your choice, please pick up a purple card from a sidesperson. With the purple card in your hand at the altar rail, the communion minister will know that you require a gluten free wafer.

 Diocese of Toronto issues pastoral guidelines for the blessing of same-gender commitments

"... All of us need to extend to each the most generous Christian charity that our Redeemer calls us to exercise as we, together, seek to discern and live out God's will." See the full text of the Archbishop's letter here »

 

 

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