|A warm welcome and thank you to Wynn Fergusen for her music playing.
Today, Sunday, June 2nd: “Proud Anglicans and Lutherans” will again be walking together in the Winnipeg Pride parade. We want the LGBTQ+ community to know that God loves us all and that there are churches where everyone will find a welcome. The parade gets organized at 11am and begins shortly after, but we can catch up!
June is diocesan Indigenous Awareness Month and this year’s theme is Moving Beyond Words. Events include speakers, language classes, beading classes, drumming classes, the Kairos Blanket Exercise, and more. Please see the poster or Rupert’s Land website.
Monday, June 3 at 7pm: James Favel, co-founder of the Bear Clan Patrol, speaking at St. Stephen/St. Bede’s for diocesan Indigenous Awareness Month. “Many people talk about what needs to be done … the Bear Clan acts: they have moved beyond words in many ways.”
Saturday, June 22 9-9ish: diocesan Sacred Circle at St. Peter’s, Dynevor at the old stone church, (north of East Selkirk on Church Road). 9-4 gatherings, 4:30 feast, 7pm gospel jamboree.
Centering (meditative) Prayer: Wednesdays at 5 pm in the sanctuary; and a shorter version most Sundays at 9:45 am in the church upstairs.
Next Sunday in the Lectionary: Acts 21: 1 – 21; Psalm 104: 24 – 34, 35b, Romans 8: 14 – 17; John 14: 8 – 17, 25 – 27
Please be aware that some of our people have allergies or sensitivities to fragrances such as perfume, fabric softener, scented shampoos and scented lotions. Mild fragrances can cause strong reactions.
Note: On Sunday morning if you need the elevator, enter in the doors off St. Matthews Avenue and enter 641 into the key pad. [If no response, call 204-470-2646]
Healing Prayers are on the first and third Sundays of the month, during Communion.