Greetings, aaniin, taansii!
The Gospel - John 15:1-8
in the Perry Room, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m.
May Scripture readings are not yet available on website, as newly appointed interim Indigenous Anglican Bishop Sidney Black has been recovering from COVID-19 since the Prov. of Rupert’s Land General Synod and Archbishop of Canterbury visit, Prince Albert, SK and slowly resuming activities.
where you also can find the “discipleship prayer book” to read on the website,
or to download and save as .pdf to your computer or iPad.
The book is made available each week.
There are a few copies for purchase; $20.
Optional: bring your preferred version of the Bible, or one that you want to know better.
This notice can be forwarded as you see fit to guests.
Each day is a standalone study, so, though you may have not yet attended, you are most welcome to join the circle.
Looking forward to seeing you all!
If you would like to follow the daily lectionary readings on your own,
see the Gospel passage listed beside Holy Eucharist each day at
May all be well,
Living on, with gratitude, the traditional territory of the Mississaugas Scugog Island, the Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nations, co-signatories with five other Ojibwe First Nations and the Crown to the Williams Treaties 1923, ratified 2018; in aaz-ah-way - the canoe crossing place- now home to many First Nations, Metis and Inuit Peoples.