The annual meeting of the congregation begins with a potluck lunch and the sense of community that comes with shared food and drink.
The Amnesty Luncheon involves sharing a meal together and taking time to think and write letters for Amnesty Canada. It is presented by the Outreach and Pastoral Care Committee with all proceeds going to Amnesty.
Lenten services are held jointly with St. James Anglican Church and include Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, and Good Friday services.
July and August – no regular worship services.
is the time of the Fall Supper where about 250 people enjoy a fine meal and the sense of community provided.
At the end of the month, Advent Decorating takes place and the sanctuary is transformed for the Christmas season.
The Sunday School will perform on White Gift Sunday. The annual Christmas Eve service is a wonderful hour of music and the Word. Carol sing begins at 7 pm, and the service at 7:30.