Parish Council meeting — Wednesday, September 20, at 7 pm in the church hall. Minutes from the June meeting will be available at the meeting. All parish members may attend. Happy birthday! We offer a prayer of thanks for our church friends with a birthday this week. Donn Hope, who has remade our church lawn … [Read more…]
Welcome to the Reverend Richard Gariépy — The Reverend Rick Gariépy will lead St. Margaret’s 9:30 service for three weeks, starting today. Some parish members remember his assistance with worship at All Saints Sandy Hill a few years ago, and the energy and time he freely volunteered during moving week into St. Margaret’s. Since then, … [Read more…]
Welcome to the Reverend Laurette Gauthier Glasgow — The Rev. Laurette, who leads our 9:30 services for the rest of August, is heading into Vanier from the Church of St. Bartholomew in New Edinburgh where she is Honorary Assistant. She also serves our church and country as the Anglican Church of Canada’s Special Advisor for Government … [Read more…]
pwrdf.org That is the relief and development arm of the Anglican Church in Canada.
Wed. June 21 noon Mid-day Prayers Wed. June 21 3-7pm Inuit Celebrations Thu. June 22 noon Mid-day Prayers Fri. June 22 noon Mid-day Prayers Sat. June … [Read more…]
Everyone is welcome to St. Margaret’s Aboriginal Day event, starting at 3:00 pm. Here is the poster:
http://www.ch.gov.nu.ca/en/ComputerTools.aspx Written communications in Inuktitut have evolved enormously since the first syllabic typewriters were developed thirty years ago. Today, it is possible to use syllabics on all of the most popular computer software. The Government of Nunavut is at the forefront in developing new tools to help Inuktitut speakers work more easily and reliably on … [Read more…]
Rector’s Charge 2017 The annual meeting (vestry) of St. Margaret’s congregation convened in the parish hall on Sunday February 19, 2017. Those present —about 50 people, from both the 9:30 and 11:30 congregations— formally received the annual and financial report for 2016, considered spending for the next year, and named next year’s auditor and the … [Read more…]