Meet once a month – check our calendar for schedule.
Is a group of folks selected from the congregation to help make the day to day decisions about the financial and practical needs of the congregation. This is a ministry commissioned by the congregation to be on council each year. They support the rector in their work and each other in proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ.
A dedicated team that prepares the altar and the sanctuary for worship-sets the table, arranges the flowers, maintains the silver and brass, and decorates for festivals.
Cross Talk is for all children and youth from JK to Grade 8, Church of the Redeemer 9:30am service and St. Stephen’s 11:00am service. Cross Talk is open to all of your family and friends so please bring them along on Sunday mornings.
The joy of singing praises to the Lord lifts our spirits and our eyes. Join us in learning new hymns, preparing anthems and leading in worship. We practice on Thursday evenings at 6:30.
Our parish has many events throughout the year which enhance spiritual growth and Christian fellowship, through fun activities and social gatherings.
We welcome teens and adults to join us in this wonderful ministry. If you have a few hours each morning and would like to be a part of an amazing experience, please contact our Child and Youth Minister, Cynthia (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss what talents you can bring to the team. For youth looking at collecting community hours, this is a great way to get involved, be a junior leader and earn some community service time.
Pre-registration is required. Click here for on-line registration.
This year join us as we celebrate that “Our Journey with Jesus“ July 7-11, 2014.
Confirmation preparation for high school age. Classes are offered at a time the Bishop visits (usually every 3 years).
All are welcome to join this chain devoted to praying for the needs of our parishioners and those we love. If you have a prayer request please contact Rev. Paul.
People in our congregation who pray for members of our Church family, the work of the parish, the church and the world. If you want to become an Alongsider or would like further information, Please contact Rev. Paul or our Anglican Fellowship of Prayer representatives.
An opportunity to learn and to be involved in the worship service. You are trained to carry the cross in procession, take up the collection, and help set the altar and clear and assist the minister in the church service
Lectors / Intercessors / Greeters
All of these ministries are vitally important to the weekly worship service. Lectors proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ by reading and sharing the Bible texts for the day in the service. The intercessors lead us in the Prayers of the People each week. The greeters are our first line of hospitality when we enter the church door. They welcome you to our service and give you the information you will need to follow along in worship.
This is a group whose primary task is to dream and to create achievable short term goals with the intent of showing the vitality within our walls and making them visible to the community. Watch our building and our website for more opportunities to share.