Service Times:  Sunday 9am & 11:15am, Wednesday 6pm

The Anglican Church in North America has designated this coming Sunday, "World Mission Sunday". Its purpose is to raise awareness of way our Province, Diocese and Parish are striving to fulfill the Great Commission at home and abroad.  Come and join us, especially in-between services as our Missions Development Team hosts a series of round-tables to help you learn more!  
During the Epiphany season we will be contemplating one of the most historic, Biblical, and thoroughly Anglican contributions to Christianity-- the Book of Homilies (Book 1).  These sermons were originally published in  1547 by the compiler of the first Book of Common Prayer, Thomas Cranmer.  Because of the lack of qualified preachers at the time, these sermons were to be read by the clergy as a means of educating the masses on Christian faith and practice. These homilies will bless you in your walk with Jesus as they have blessed many over the last 475 years. This series starts January 8th!  

Community.

St. Patrick’s Anglican Church is more than a place, it is a family of faith.  Our parish is vibrant and active.  We serve our neighbors, teach our children the basics of the faith,  we uphold Biblical preaching and teaching, all in the context of traditional Anglican worship.  

You are welcome here.

Meaningful fellowship is a priority for us!  We believe one of the greatest needs of modern people is community.  You'll find an hospitable and warm welcome when you come to St. Patrick's! 

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At St. Patrick's we are students of the Bible.  Our preaching aims to be Biblically-centered and applicable to daily life.   

Worship Times

Sundays at 9am & 11:15am
Wednesdays: Noon and 6pm
Sunday School: 10:15am
SPY (St. Patrick's Youth): Wednesdays at 6pm

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