Getting Ready – What our Gatherings will Look Like

The Council of Zion has put the following video together to help members understand how our Sunday services will look for the next while. As we all know, things can change, and they can change in a hurry. But for the present, this is the direction we will be taking. We look forward to seeingContinue reading “Getting Ready – What our Gatherings will Look Like”

Getting Ready for Public Worship

We are in the process of planning. We are exploring what it will look like. We are examining our options. We are listening to experts. We’re not “there” yet, but we’re on the way. So, as a way to prepare yourself, take a look at the poster below. It was prepared by our colleague, PastorContinue reading “Getting Ready for Public Worship”

Worship for the Home, with a twist!

Hi everyone. This week, we are doing something rather different. Because we are no longer stuck in our buildings for worship, this week’s service is a joint venture between the congregations of the Lunenburg Lutheran Parish (Zion in Lunenburg and Grace in First South), the Rose Bay Parish (St. Matthew’s in Rose Bay), and St.Continue reading “Worship for the Home, with a twist!”

Worship for the Home for July 12

As we work our way through this summer of 2020, we are blessed to be reminded that we do not go alone. The Bishops of our church, as well as their Assistants, are preparing reflections for each Sunday of the summer. This week’s message come from Deaconess Michelle Collins, Assistant to the Bishop of the Manitoba/NorthwestContinue reading “Worship for the Home for July 12”

The End of Easter

This was not the Easter season we were looking for. And as it draws to a close, we still cannot see the end of the pandemic. But we still cannot see the ending of hungry children in our world. Or violence against people who are different, simply because they are different. Or murdered and missingContinue reading “The End of Easter”

The Good News is Challenge Before it is Comfort

The Good News of God’s love for us is the core of what we are about as church. It is literally the bottom line.  If we lose that, we’ve lost everything that matters. The challenge is that God’s love calls US to love as we have been loved.  We are called to care for othersContinue reading “The Good News is Challenge Before it is Comfort”

Easter!

Did you notice that? Easter came! In spite of Covid-19, in spite of lock downs, in spite of restricted travel and “social distancing” and confusion and cabin fever and no public gatherings in church (or anywhere else for that matter), Jesus showed up, and brought New Life with him. Sure, it’s different.  Yes, adjustments neededContinue reading “Easter!”

Good Friday

This is a very different Holy Week this year. So, we are doing things differently. Below is a link to the video which our Lunenburg Ministerial Association put together for Good Friday. We had originally planned to hold a joint, ecumenical service at St. John’s Anglican Church in Lunenburg this year. Since that is notContinue reading “Good Friday”