Where are we?
Service time: Sunday 10:00 am, Sung Eucharist and Sunday school
St. Philip Cedar
1797 Cedar Road
Nanaimo, BC V9X 1L6
9:00am - Noon
Contact Us at St. Philip, Cedar
THIRD SUNDAY AFTER THE EPIPHANY
JANUARY 21, 2018 at 10 am
Holy Eucharist and Sunday School
1st reading: JONAH 3:1-5, 10;
PSALM: PSALM 62: 5-12;
2nd Reading: 1 CORINTHIANS 7:29-31;
Gospel: MARK 1:14-20;
Celebrant: Rev. Susan Hermanson
Creation Care: Reducing plastics use
Sunday January 21, 2018 - During coffeetime
A conversation on reducing plastics as part of Creation Care.
Our aim is to collect a list of ways in which members of St. Philip are
successfully reducing their use of plastics. Purpose: to stimulate and encourage more household strategies to reduce the use of plastics in our daily life.
Daryth Patten & Deborah van der Goes
Incumbent: The Rev. Susan Hermanson
Please don’t hesitate to call me if you
have any questions or concerns at 250-755-9596,
or email email@example.com
Kirsten Evenden (250) 591-3474
Art Rendell 250-245-2511
Sunday school 10:00am at St. Philips.
Do you know anyone between the ages of 4 and 12?
Perhaps a child, grandchild, niece or nephew, a neighbor, a friend???
With two dynamic leaders and a fresh curriculum incorporating: story, music, learning, activities, crafts, drama, and lots of extra exciting events along the way it is bound to be an exciting year!
So come on out and join in the fun!
All Ages Messy Church Family Program
In Partnership with the United Church in Cedar We celebrate a Very Messy Church. It is a fantastic afternoon with a number of activities. Families come out to join in the fun. We have exciting action filled singalongs, 6 activity stations, a story and song time in the church complete with props, and a fantastic dinner! The kids sure enjoy themselves, but I truly believe that there were moments where the adults had just as much if not more fun than the kids.
THE NEXT MESSY CHURCH!
Join us at Cedar United Church on Jan 21 - 3:30 to 6:00pm
Everyone is most welcome.
We are proud members of the Anglican Diocese of British Columbia,
a regional expression of the Anglican Church of Canada on the Pacific Islands and inlets of Vancouver Island, Gulf Islands and Kingcome Inlet. Consisting of 45 worshipping communities on the unceded territories of the Coast Salish, Nuu-chah-nulth and Kwakwakaw'wakw peoples, we are grateful for their hospitality.