Now the unfinished story of Easter takes shape. Jesus promises the disciples he will meet them In Galilee, their "home-turf", ordinary places of daily routine. He promises his risen presence will also be there amongst them whenever they gather together as a community of disciples.
May this Easter Season be a time of discovering where the Risen Jesus (fully God and fully Human, truly Human, wholeness embodied), where the Risen Christ is, in your life.
In your inner life, in the love of family and friends, in the faithfulness of creation awaking in the glories of Spring, in the upstretched hand of the street person who sits outside the grocery store, in "the gaps between the meaning", in the woundedess of racial violence,.....
Peace be with you,
Worship at St. Clement's
The main worship on Sunday mornings at 9:45 a.m. is a contemporary eucharist or holy communion in the Anglican style. We sing a lively mixture of new and traditional favourite hymns that fit the theme of the bible texts for the day. Our sermons are based on the Bible text and applied to how we live today. We are relaxed, not formal. We work to have worship give voice to our reverent praise of God, and to our human struggles as we respond to a loving God.
On the First Sunday of the month, the 8:00 a.m. Sunday morning is a quiet service using the traditional Anglican Service of the Book of Common Prayer.
If you would like to meet with Lynne McNaughton, priest at St. Clements,
call her at 604-780-1420... to talk about your spiritual journey.