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Children

“Every child needs to be celebrated" Jean Vanier

- Children’s Talks
- Arts-Infused Children’s Church Lessons
- Monthly Apprenticeship Program

St John’s is Your Church
Children and families have a special place at St John’s Shaughnessy. During each Sunday 10:00 am Eucharist there is a Children’s Talk when the children can hear the Gospel message in a way that they can understand.

Children’s Church
Through lessons infused with the arts, children hear the Gospel message and think about their own place in the community.

Apprenticeship Program
Once a month, children stay in church and take part in the whole Eucharist. We provide quiet, contemplative activities to support them. We appreciate our families.

Come to a Welcoming Community
Celebration of communion is at the heart of our community. Each Sunday, children have a chance to participate. Time after time, they learn the depth of God’s love.
 

Contact Kate Newman for more information







Upcoming SJS Events

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This week ...

July 5 Newsletter (pdf) HERE

July 5
6th Sunday after Pentecost

8 am Holy Commuion
10 am Eucharist

Ezekiel 2.1-5
Psalm 123
2 Corinthians 12.2-10
  Mark 6.1-13

"Are you the power of God                             ... or a hindrance ..."
(Fr Michael Fuller)

Motet - "Lead me, Lord"

Leaflet HERE

 

Last Sunday

 

June 28
  5th Sunday after Pentecost

8 am Holy Communion
10 am Eucharist with Baptism
2 Corinthians 8.7-15
Mark 5.21-43

"Always YES" (Fr M Fuller)

"He shall feed His flock" (Handel)

 

June 21 - "Love ... to hell and back" (Fr Michael Fuller)

June 14 - "The Incarnated Soil" (Fr M Fuller)

May 21 - "Drenched with promise" (Fr M Fuller)

 


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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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