Summer Plans:   Eucharist and Gospel Based Discipleship

We're Back in Person! 4pm on Sundays.

We're back in person for worship with AbbeyKids on Sunday afternoons at 4pm - and will also continuing to livestream every other week when we're indoors.

Pre-registration is no longer necessary but we continue to collect names for contact tracing.  Masks are required for indoor singing and you are asked to self-space according to yours and others' comfort. Please see the full schedule below.

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For Summer Sundays we'll be alternating between our regular Eucharist (indoors in-person with livestream option) and Gospel Based Discipleship (outdoors, in-person when weather permits - no livestream).  

Indoor Eucharist  - Every other Sunday in-person worship with Livestream to YouTube and Facebook with singing, sermon and communion.  

Gospel Based Discipleship  - Every other Sunday in-person only (no livestream).
We'll be using Gospel Based Discipleship as a contemplative way of engaging scripture developed by Indigenous Ministries in the Anglican Church.  We'll divide into small groups of 4-5 to engage some simple questions togetherand then have a simple Eucharist.  We'll hold this outside when weather permits but move indoors if rainy or too hot.  

 UPCOMING:

+ Sun. July 25   - Eucharist 

+ Sun. Aug 1 - NO WORSHIP 

+ Sun. Aug 8 - Eucharist

+ Sun. Aug 15 - Gospel Based Discipleship 

+ Sun. Aug 22 - Eucharist

+ Sun. Aug 29   - Gospel Based Discipleship 

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Past livestreams are archived here. The leaflet to follow along with worship can be found here.

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Welcome to the AbbeyChurch where all are welcomed at Jesus' table. 

Please do feel free to join us any Sunday and participate as your feel comfortable.

We are an intergeneratonal worshipping community of seekers, saints and sinners who seek to follow Jesus as we are be led by God's Spirit into lives of prayer, presence (with God, each other - and in our neighbourhoods) and simplicity.

We are a ministry of the Emmaus Community, which is a neo-monastic intentional community of ordinary people who commit ourselves to following Jesus in ways akin to the monastic life.

As a witness to unity and diversity, we are an ecumenical shared ministry of The Anglican Church of Canada and The United Church of Canada.