Come for a visit with us as we welcome you to our community.
Wherever you are in your life’s journey, please allow us to get to know you, and join us at St John’s Anglican Church!
Sat. at 5:00pm (said Eucharist)
Sun. at 8:00am (said Eucharist) and 10:00am (sung Eucharist)
Wed. at 10:00am (said Eucharist, Book of Common Prayer)
Pentecost is the day when, according to the Acts of the Apostles (Acts 2:1-21), the Holy Spirit descended on the disciples, and each began to speak in different languages, a sign of the spread of the Gospel to different nations. The Gospel this morning will be read in Inuktitut as a way for us to better experience this gift of the Good News, meant for everyone. Pentecost is the fiftieth day of Easter and is a principal feast in the calendar. It is the “birth day” of the church. St. John’s is alight with the Holy Spirit through its decorations, its colours and the song and prayer that “blows” through the church at the procession.