Now that fall has arrived again the Parish will be recommencing its longstanding tradition of monthly teas on the third Wednesday of each month. The teas are free to all in the community and will take place from 2pm to 3:30pm in the Parish Hall.
Upcoming dates are:
Each tea will have an interesting programme for all to enjoy.
This article appears in the June issue of Crosstalk, the newspaper of the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa.
I have had a great love of the psalms since my days of singing as a chorister in the choir at St. Matthew’s Ottawa. Even as a young boy singing the psalms caught my imagination. I think this was partly because they were meant to be sung or at least read aloud to get a feel for the meaning of the words and images that they employ. I have often wondered if they would have been so meaningful if I had simply read the words on the pages of the Prayer Book.
In what appears to be blossoming into an annual tradition, the Parish’s second annual catered pig roast will be held on Saturday, June 13. The fundraiser for parish mission and ministry promises good food and fellowship: tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for children five to 12, and children under five eat free. Tickets are available directly from Fr. Stewart Murray after services or by phoning the parish office at (613) 232-6992.