1) Already on the website for viewing.
Our Blue Christmas Service is a service of hope for those who might be feeling down this time of year, and for those who would like some words of inspiration to help them. Please click on this link
to take you there.
2) Already on the website for viewing.
The service is our annual Lessons and Carols Service. It is a traditional service of readings from the Bible about the creation of the world, the birth of Jesus and carols to go along with them. This year it is an exciting Joint Service with all the Anglican and Lutheran Churches of North Vancouver taking part in the video. Please click on this link
to take you there.
3) This coming Tuesday, December 22
. We are calling this video ’12 Carols of Christmas’. The recording is of 12 of St John’s Choir’s favourite carols. Just sit back and relax and pour out the hot chocolate.
It will be delivered to your email address early Tuesday morning.
4) This coming Thursday, December 24
. The first service of Christmas Eve is what we call the Family Service. It is a more casual and relaxed service where we tell the story of the Nativity and sing carols. It will be delivered to your email address on the morning of Christmas Eve.
5) This coming Thursday, December 24
. The second service of Christmas Eve is our traditional Eucharist and candle light service. I would invite you to have a candle by your side to light as we sign Silent Night together near the end. It will be delivered to your email address at 1:00pm.
6) This coming Friday, December 25.
One of the Anglican or Lutheran Churches of North Vancouver usually hosts a Christmas Day service. Unfortunately that cannot be offered this year. However the Cathedral will be live-streaming a Christmas Day service and here is the link to their website
6) This coming Sunday, December 27. This will be a regular Sunday service of worship and Eucharist. It will, as usual, be delivered to your email address at 5:00am that morning.
I hope you can join us for all these services and offerings.
A Very Merry Christmas, and blessings to you all.
The Rev. Patrick Blaney