Category Archives: Messages from the Revd.

Sunday Reflection & Rector’s Corner

Sunday Reflection: “At that time, the tax collectors and sinners were all crowding round to listen to Jesus.They want to listen to Jesus.This is a sign that they do not feel condemned, but rather they feel accepted by Jesus.Jesus had told … Continue reading

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Sunday Reflection & Rector’s Corner

Sunday Reflection: It is extremely significant that we consider this passage as we draw near to St. Michael’s 60thAnniversary. Jesus offered himself to all of us. He also was honest from the very beginning of his preaching about what it means … Continue reading

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Sunday reflection & rector’s Corner

Sunday Reflection:The Pharisees closely watched Jesus during the course of his ministry, and the gospel today is not the first time Jesus would have encounter this group of people. Jesus is very observant of the behavior of the dinner guests … Continue reading

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Sunday Reflection & Rector’s Corner

Reflection:This Gospel story brings up a question of identity and roles. Martha accuses Mary not only of not helping to serve dinner—which is the duty of a woman—but for sitting at Jesus’ feet—which is the prerogative of a male disciple. … Continue reading

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Sunday Reflection & Rector’s Corner

General Synod 2019: A Primer.  The 42nd General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada will be held from July 10-16, 2019 at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre, Vancouver, British Columbia in the Diocese of New Westminster. The theme of the … Continue reading

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Sunday Reflection & Rector’s Corner

Sunday Reflection  “Have you experienced a time when you have been forced to depend on the hospitality and kindness of strangers?” Though we speak frequently of the twelve named apostles appointed by Jesus, this passage reminds us that Jesus also appointed … Continue reading

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Sunday Reflection & Rector’s Corner

Sunday Reflection  “God keep our land Glorious and free,” It may not surprise you to see these words in our Sunday bulletin. The words “Glorious and freedom” are found in our national anthem. July 1 marks the anniversary of the formation … Continue reading

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