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St. John's Shaughnessy Anglican Church

Our Mission is Jesus Christ


St. John’s Shaughnessy is a small but flourishing congregation,
living our calling as Christians by faithfully walking the Anglican path.
Our road is less travelled.

We do not claim absolute knowledge of the Divine.

We really welcome everyone and are enriched by the dynamic tension of differing beliefs.
We embrace doubt. Pray hopefully. And celebrate diversity.
We practise our faith in our every day lives.  Are strongly committed to social justice.
And believe in the power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to transform lives.

Come as you are. Leave uplifted.

 

From the Archbishop of Canterbury:

"Yet at the same time the church transforms society when it takes the risks of renewal in prayer, of reconciliation and of confident declaration of the good news of Jesus Christ. All over the world the churches run innumerable food banks, shelter the homeless, educate millions of children, offer debt counselling, comfort the bereaved, and far, far more. All this comes from heeding the call of Jesus Christ. Internationally, churches run refugee camps, mediate civil wars, organise elections, set up hospitals. All of it happens because of heeding the call to go to Jesus through the storms and across the waves.
There is every possible reason for optimism about the future of Christian faith in our world and in this country. Optimism does not come from us, but because to us and to all people Jesus comes and says "Take heart, it is I, do not be afraid". We are called to step out of the comfort of our own traditions and places, and go into the waves, reaching for the hand of Christ. Let us provoke each other to heed the call of Christ, to be clear in our declaration of Christ, committed in prayer to Christ, and we will see a world transformed."


As part of the
Diocese of New Westminster we are proud of our Anglican heritage
through membership in the
Anglican Church of Canada
and the worldwide
Anglican Communion  

Palm Sunday Evening

www.stjohnsshaughnessy.org/files//20140413 sjs palm sunday evening - god so loved the world (stainer).mp3 

www.stjohnsshaughnessy.org/files//20140413 sjs palm sunday evening - my song is love unknown (ireland).mp3

www.stjohnsshaughnessy.org/files//20140413 sjs palm sunday evening - salvator mundi (tallis).mp3
 

www.stjohnsshaughnessy.org/files//20140413 sjs palm sunday evening - verily i say unto you (tallis).mp3

Good Friday

www.stjohnsshaughnessy.org/files//20140418 sjs good friday - greater love hath no man (ireland).mp3

www.stjohnsshaughnessy.org/files//20140418 sjs good friday - the reproaches (de victoria).mp3

Easter Vigil

www.stjohnsshaughnessy.org/files//20140419 sjs easter great vigil - all in the april evening (roberton).mp3

Easter Sunday

www.stjohnsshaughnessy.org/files//20140420 sjs easter sunday - sicut lilium (marek raczynski).mp3

Easter Sunday - Choral Evensong

www.stjohnsshaughnessy.org/files//20140420 sjs easter sunday choral evensong - magnificat [c] (stanford).mp3

www.stjohnsshaughnessy.org/files//20140420 sjs easter sunday choral evensong - nunc dimittis [c] (stanford).mp3

www.stjohnsshaughnessy.org/files//20140420 sjs easter sunday choral evensong - all in the april evening (roberton).mp3

Second Sunday of Easter

www.stjohnsshaughnessy.org/files//20140427 sjs easter 2 - arianna ervin - i know that my redeemer liveth.mp3

 




Minutes of St John's Church Committee

November 2013 







Upcoming SJS Events

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This week ...

March 29 Newsletter (pdf) HERE

March 29
Palm Sunday with
The reading of the Passion

8 am Holy Communion
  10 am Eucharist

The entry into Jerusalem
Mark 14.1-15
Isaiah 50.4-9
Philippians 2.5-11

The Passion according to St Mark

Leaflet HERE

 

"What if Mary had said 'No'"
The Feast of the Annunciation (Fr M Fuller)

Last Sunday

March 22
5th Sunday of Lent

8 am Holy Communion
  10 am Eucharist

Jeremiah 31.31-34
Psalm 51
Hebrews 5.5-10
John 10.16-22

"Have you seen Jesus today?" (Fr M Fuller)

Motet "If ye love me" (T Tallis)

 

March 15 -  "Lovely Mercy" (Fr M Fuller)

March 8 - "Do you have Jesus' eyes?" (Fr M Fuller)


 

      Listen to ...

"Miserere mei, Deus" (G Allegri)
Ash Wednesday
SJS Choir
with members of Oculus Chamber Choir



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Location:      

St John's Shaughnessy Anglican Church

 

1490 Nanton Ave
 Vancouver BC V6H 2E2

   

Phone:

(604)731-4966

Email:

church@sjs.net

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