L'Arche is a treasure in our community of Transcona, their work with those living with intellectual difficulties is a beacon of light to humanity.
With the Anglican Church being in Full Communion with the Lutheran Church we get to do some cool things together.
This is a gentle reminder that in the icy times we have parishioners who are not so steady on their feet. Please keep the parking spots close to the church free for those who need to park closer to the building.
This is what the family of the church is about. I love all the things we do together, I know there are many things that go on outside of the church that have not been mentioned - and that is what makes St George's a fabulous bunch of people to worship with and a great family to be part of.
December 4th, 2016:
Consecration Of The Church
If you can spare an hour on either a Monday, Wednesday or Friday morning from 7:30-8:30, the breakfast club at Wayota school would love to have you help serve breakfast. Pop the bread in the toaster and the kids will love you. It is fun and very rewarding to know that kids are learning better because they are fed!
Also at Wayoata School, any hour on a weekly basis to sit and listen to a child read is a great way to be involved with the young people in our community. The teacher in the classroom chooses the books, all you have to do is listen and support the child in their reading.
Please talk to Rev Helen if you are interested in either program.
Our Crafting Group starts up again in preparation for this years Christmas Bazaar at the
If you would like to learn how to knit, crochet or sew, there are plenty of capable hands to get you making dishcloths for the sale.
The group meets AT ST. GEORGE'S
2011 marked our 100th anniversary.
As part of the World Wide Anglican Communion, Diocese are encouraged to partner with Diocese around the world, to learn and support each other. For many year Rupert's Land Diocese has been in mutual partnership with the Diocese of Central Buganda.
It is a beneficial relationship of friendship and collaboration.
The House of Bishops is one of three "houses" or orders making up General Synod, the chief governing body of the Anglican Church of Canada. The other two houses are clergy and laity. Chaired by the Primate, the House of Bishops consists of all bishops in Canada, including diocesan, suffragan, and coadjutor bishops. The House of Bishops meets regularly and issues pastoral and other statements from time to time.
This is the House of Bishops group-photo during a service at Holy Trinity Anglican Chruch. During their stay the Bishops have had the opportunity to visit many places of interest including the Museum of Human Rights, The Indigenous Circle at the Forks and the Fort Whyte Centre. Also offered was a Historic Church tour of St John's Cathedral, St Andrews on the Red, and the Old Stone Chuch, St Peter's Dynevor, which is the resting place of Chief Peguis.
On November 6th, 2016 we will be holding our All Saints Service where we remember and name those who have died in this past year.
Coffee served after the Service
February 5th, 2017
12:00 Start Time - Lunch Provided
Youth Group:We have a small and committed group of young people who have asked for a bible study youth group. The group will be self determining, so that means they will choose how they want to operate. We are going to trial until Christmas and see how things go. The initial thought was that it would be a weekly event, Thursday evenings at St George's from 7pm till 9pm.
If you have a child or grandchild between the ages of 12 and 18, they are welcome. Please come out and join us, there will be fun and learning along the way.
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September 12th, 2016:
Wayoata School breakfast and reading program starts up again.
4 Session Bible Study Let us discover the teachings of Jesus in the words of the Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol. We will dive deep into the dark, sad, greedy world of Scrooge and discovers a man in dire need of a second chance. Along with Scrooge, we meet the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future and in the process learn about living with and for others in a world blessed by Jesus. Rediscover and reinvigorate your Christian faith this Advent and Christmas season and look at this familiar classic through the lens of faith.
Thursday 7-8:30pm on
October 30th will be a Halloween Service.
It will be lots of fun for our children,
There Is Nothing To Fear - God is Here!
Please join us for a children's service.