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150 Acts of Reconcili-ACTIONJoin Rev. Nick Trussell and discover new books, music, movies, art and more, and learn with others how to act for reconciliation. #NEXT150CHALLENGE. This will take place in between our morning services, at 9 a.m.
Advent 1: Lucy and the LampostSunday, December 2, 8:00am and 10:00am
Advent 2: Mr. and Mrs. Beaver’s Hospitality – Everyone UpstairsAn intergenerational service with special visits from Narnia characters as we embark on a journey through Advent.
Advent 3: Edmund's Temptation and RepentanceJoin Edmund & other characters from Narnia as we embark on a journey through Advent.
Advent 4: Father ChristmasJoin us and Father Christmas as we embark on a journey through Advent.
Advent Lessons and CarolsSunday, December 16 @ 4pm, reception to follow in the hall.
Advent Quiet DayThe Sisters of St. John the Divine will be hosting an Advent Quiet Day here on Saturday, November 24th from 9:30am-3pm. The day will be led by Rev Sue and will focus on preparing our hearts during Advent through learning, listening and prayer. Anyone is welcome to attend. Please bring a bag lunch and your Bible.
AGMOn February 24th 2019 please join us in the parish hall for our Annual General Meeting following the 10:00 a.m. service. The purpose of this meeting is to receive reports of 2018 and to determine the budget for 2019.  All baptized parishioners who are at least 16 years of age and who attend services of worship regularly at Christ Church or who receive the administrations of the clergy of the parish and who have not voted at an Annual Meeting of parishioners of any other parish this year are entitled to vote.
Annual Congregation MeetingAll members of Christ Church are invited to join us for our congregational meeting at which time we will elect new wardens, vestry members and delegates to synod. We will receive a review of the financial statements for 2017 and hear about the results from our congregational assessment survey.
Ash WednesdayYou're invited to join us for any of our three services: 7:30 a.m. A short service for those on their way to work. 11:30 a.m. A service for our Baby Group members. 7:00 p.m. Evening service
Baby Group Costume PartyHalf the fun of Halloween is being able to wear you counter as much as possible! You and your little ones are invited to bring your costumers and a snack to share on Saturday, October 27th from 11 am to 1 pm for a Costume Party at Christ Church. Come and enjoy a craft with your kiddos and some time to catch up with other moms and dads from the parish! Have a friend that would enjoy the event? Invite them along too! Any questions ? Contact Rev. Chelsy.
Book Study at Christ Church
Christmas Day10 a.m. service with Holy Eucharist.
Christmas Eve: A Traditional Service
Christmas Eve: A Traditional ServiceUnable to make it to the 7p.m. service? We've got a later service to bring us even closer to the coming of our Saviour.
Christmas Eve: Family Service
Community DinnerJoin us for our monthly Community Dinners! This opportunity to serve our community helps us live out our mission as a church.
Community DinnerJoin us for our monthly Community Dinners! This opportunity to serve our community helps us live out our mission as a church. Each month, we also welcome volunteers to help make this outreach possible by either setting up, cooking, serving, or cleaning. You may sign-up in our parish hall or contact Sheila Moorey (smoorey@shaw.ca) for more information. Furthermore, we are accepting the following personal care items :
  • toothbrushes
  • denture cleaner
  • body wash
  • toothpaste
  • hand lotion
  • shampoo
  • floss
  • deodorant
  • combs
Community DinnerJoin us for our monthly Community Dinners! This opportunity to serve our community helps us live out our mission as a church. Each month, we also welcome volunteers to help make this outreach possible by either setting up, cooking, serving, or cleaning. You may sign-up in our parish hall or contact Sheila Moorey (smoorey@shaw.ca) for more information. Furthermore, we are accepting the following personal care items :
  • toothbrushes
  • denture cleaner
  • body wash
  • toothpaste
  • hand lotion
  • shampoo
  • floss
  • deodorant
  • combs
Community DinnerJoin us for our monthly Community Dinners! This opportunity to serve our community helps us live out our mission as a church. Each month, we also welcome volunteers to help make this outreach possible by either setting up, cooking, serving, or cleaning. You may sign-up in our parish hall or contact Sheila Moorey (smoorey@shaw.ca) for more information. Furthermore, we are accepting the following personal care items :
  • toothbrushes
  • denture cleaner
  • body wash
  • toothpaste
  • hand lotion
  • shampoo
  • floss
  • deodorant
  • combs
Community DinnerPlease check the sign-up sheets in the parish hall to see where help is needed! Personal care items we currently need for our guests: toothbrushes, toothpaste, denture cleaner, lotions, shampoo, deodorant (for both men and women). Guests are invited to arrive on time so we can ensure everyone can be served.
Community DinnerPlease check the sign-up sheets in the parish hall to see where help is needed! Personal care items we currently need for our guests: toothbrushes, toothpaste, denture cleaner, lotions, shampoo, deodorant (for both men and women) Guests are invited to arrive on time so we can ensure everyone can be served.
Community DinnerPlease check the sign-up sheets in the parish hall to see where help is needed! Personal care items we currently need for our guests: toothbrushes, toothpaste, denture cleaner, lotions, shampoo, deodorant (for both men and women) Guests are invited to arrive on time so we can ensure everyone can be served.
Community DinnerPlease check the sign-up sheets in the parish hall to see where help is needed! Personal care items we currently need for our guests: toothbrushes, toothpaste, denture cleaner, lotions, shampoo, deodorant (for both men and women) Guests are invited to arrive on time so we can ensure everyone can be served.
Confirmation ClassAll who plan to attend, please meet in the lounge after coffee time. Confirmation is scheduled for Sunday, February 3rd at which time Bishop Jane will be in attendance to the conduct confirmation service. If you are interested in attending these classes, please speak with Rev. Sue. Attendance at the classes is required in order to be confirmed.
Confirmation ClassAll who plan to attend, please meet in the lounge after coffee time. Confirmation is scheduled for Sunday, February 3rd at which time Bishop Jane will be in attendance to the conduct confirmation service. If you are interested in attending these classes, please speak with Rev. Sue. Attendance at the classes is required in order to be confirmed.
Confirmation ClassAll who plan to attend, please meet in the lounge after coffee time. Confirmation is scheduled for Sunday, February 3rd at which time Bishop Jane will be in attendance to the conduct confirmation service. If you are interested in attending these classes, please speak with Rev. Sue. Attendance at the classes is required in order to be confirmed.
Confirmation ClassAll who plan to attend, please meet in the lounge after coffee time. Confirmation is scheduled for Sunday, February 3rd at which time Bishop Jane will be in attendance to the conduct confirmation service. If you are interested in attending these classes, please speak with Rev. Sue. Attendance at the classes is required in order to be confirmed.
Confirmation SundayConfirmation is scheduled for Sunday, February 3rd at which time Bishop Jane will be in attendance to the conduct confirmation service.
First Sunday after ChristmasFirst Sunday after Christmas: Springtime in Narnia. Our guests from Narnia return to finish their story!
Good Friday Children's Service
Hearing Survivor StoriesWe will gather in ceremony and prayer to hear with open hearts the experiences of Residential School Survivors. Acknowledging the harm is an important first step of being able to act for change and become part of the hope of a reconciled relationship between the church and Indigenous peoples. The content is sensitive and may be difficult for some to hear the stories of trauma shared.
Holy Waiting in AdventPlease join Rev. Sue on Tuesday evenings in Advent for a quiet service of Holy Communion and teaching around the theme of waiting in Advent. Everyone is welcome to attend. Tuesday December 4, 11 and 18 at 7pm.
Holy Waiting in AdventPlease join Rev. Sue on Tuesday evenings in Advent for a quiet service of Holy Communion and teaching around the theme of waiting in Advent. Everyone is welcome to attend. Tuesday December 4, 11 and 18 at 7pm.
Holy Waiting in AventPlease join Rev. Sue on Tuesday evenings in Advent for a quiet service of Holy Communion and teaching around the theme of waiting in Advent. Everyone is welcome to attend. Tuesday December 4, 11 and 18 at 7pm.
Homeless ConnectSunday October 14th at the Shaw Conference Centre. If you are interested in volunteering to help guests access services there are opportunities to be a greeter, a guide, conduct surveys, or a floater in any service area. Services offered to the guests include: dental, optician, hair cutting, clothing, community housing, flu shots, to name a few. People interested should register through the website at http://www.homelessconnectyeg.com/. If anyone has questions there is information posted on the Outreach bulletin board or you can contact Martha Watson at 780-484-7274.
Inner City Pastoral Ministry Service and LuncheonThis is an annual event that Christ Church has supported one Sunday each year for over a decade. We are partnered with Ascension Lutheran and together we will be providing food and a team of volunteers to set-up and serve lunch to 300 people at the Bissell Centre (10527 - 96 St. NW). There are sign-up sheets for both food and volunteers on the parish hall bulletin board. Please look and see what you could contribute. If you have any questions, please contact Diane Morgan, who has graciously agreed to be coordinator for this event again this year (780-444-5964).
MAP CafeWe need your help with the visioning and dreaming our parish will do as they prepare for the 2019 Mission Action Plan. Our own Anne Smith will lead this important conversation which will help direct the next five years of planning for the church. Child care will be provided! Sign up in the parish hall.
Maundy ThursdayService with the Rite of Foot Washing
Memorial Garden CelebrationHave you walked through the Christchurch Memorial Garden and marveled at its beauty? Have you listened to the fountain and felt at peace? 2018 is the 20th anniversary of the Memorial Garden! Join us from 4 to 6 PM on September 23rd to celebrate. There will be music, fellowship, the opportunity to learn about the garden, and to meet the original designer– all while walking through the garden, and enjoying wine and cheese. The party is a way to showcase our beautiful garden, and a fundraiser - funds will help to ensure the continued beauty of the garden. All are invited - admission is by donation (suggested donation is $10). Please let us know if you’re coming – so we can plan for wine and cheese (email: admin@christchurchedm.ca)
Memorial Service and Celebration of LifeDescription:On this day we will remember by name all those whose remains are in the garden. We will give thanks for their lives and remember them alongside their family members who are invited to attend this service
Messy ChurchDescription:Come and join us for dinner, games, Bible stories and crafts. Messy Church is an opportunity to get together with church friends for an evening of fellowship and learning. Kids and parents are encouraged to play and learn alongside one another in an informal and fun setting. See you there!
Messy ChurchMessy Church - Nov 16 is all about reconciliation, making friends, making community, how to say sorry and how to share hope. The whole family is invited for crafts, games and songs as we learn about being the whole family of God.
Messy ChurchCome prepare your hearts for Lent as we eat together, play, learn, and enjoy family fellowship. Come as you are! All are welcome.
Messy Church for SeniorsDescription:Come and meet Rev. Chelsy, our new associate priest, over a bowl of soup and conversation. Rev. Chelsy will share a bit about herself and her faith journey.
Messy Church for SeniorsCome and join us for a contemporary Eucharist service followed by lunch and a viewing of, 'Won't You be My Neighbour?' a documentary about Presbyterian Minister, Fred Rogers.
Messy Church: Jesus Knocks!"Look at me. I stand at the door. I knock. If you hear me call and open the door, I’ll come right in and sit down to supper with you. “ —Revelation 3:20 Calling all families to join us for supper, followed by crafts and games as we learn about scripture. The theme is, "Jesus Knocks!" All are welcome; come as you are!
Messy ThanksgivingWe're inviting all families to join us for an evening of fun, food, and fellowship — thanksgiving style! See you at 5.p.m.
Ministry FairCome one; come all to the Christ Church Volunteer Ministries Fair on Sunday, October 14thafter both the 8:00 and 10:00 services!  Sip a cup of coffee, tea or juice and nibble a cookie while you learn more about all the many things that happen around Christ Church and how you can get involved!

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