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Building Community

God has called us to himself not individually, but through membership in the body of Christ, so spiritual growth and friendship go together. We believe that our prayer and study go deeper, our ministries of service are more valuable, and our worship honours God more fully, when we pursue these activities as a community.


Details about special events and announcements about recurring programs can be found on our Facebook page, or you can view our calendar. Most programs take a break during the summer months, although there may be special events.

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Prayer & Study

Bible Fellowship

Tuesdays, 10:00 am,
In the Church

This Bible study group, led by laypeople, has been going strong for many years. It is a time not only for reading God's word, but also for upholding one another, our parish, and our community in prayer.

Fellowship & Service

Men's Breakfast

Monthly on last Sun.
9:00 am, in the Hall

The men of the parish gather for a simple breakfast once a month to stay connected and show each other hospitality.

Friendship Singers

Monthly, as announced
At Roseway Manor

Started in 1977 by our own Robert MacKay and others, this ecumenical group from Shelburne-area churches gathers once a month to sing classic gospel hymns with the residents of the local assisted-living seniors' residence.

Parish Council

Monthly on 2nd Tues.
11:00 am, in the Hall

The Parish Council, chaired by our Wardens, oversees the "temporal affiars" of the church, such as financial administration, property decisions, and employment contracts. Councilors are elected at the Annual General Meeting.

Music & Worship


Thursdays, 3:45 pm
& Sundays, 10:30 am
In the Church

These parishioners, including a smaller group of Choral Scholars, support the rest of the congregation in song on Sunday mornings at the main service. They gather once a week to practice the hymns and service music.

Altar Guild


This tireless group of parishioners help everyone "worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness" by preparing the sanctuary and keeping the church tidy. 

Lay Ministers


Lay Ministers are licenced by the diocese to provide non-ordained liturgical and pastoral leadership under the direction of the Rector.

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