Anglican Parish of St. Joseph and St. George (St. Joseph Island)

Holy Trinity Anglican Church
580 M & N Line Road
Jocelyn Township
St. Joseph Island, ON

Mailing Address:
Anglican Parish of St. Joseph & St. George
P.O. Box 61
Richard’s Landing, ON P0R 1J0

Lay Incumbent: Susan Montague Koyle
email: susan.montague2@gmail.com     ph: 705-253-6456

Weekly Worship
Sundays   11:00 am   Holy Eucharist (except the third Sunday each month will be Morning Prayer).

Note: Months with a fifth Sunday have a combined service at 10:30am with St. George’s in Echo Bay.   Please contact Susan (above) if you need to know which church is holding the service on the fifth Sunday you wish to attend.  

Below is the Evening Prayer for the Third Pentecost Ember Day Year 2. The focus is the mission of the church. Actually, since a better way of seeing things is that we are “God’s mission with a church”, the focus of the service is God’s mission. Let us pray that God will open our minds to discern the way in which we are to be participants and collaborators in God’s mission – to reconcile all things, in heaven and on earth, to God in Christ through the presence and power of the Holy Spirit. I hope you enjoy the service.

 

Below: Evening Prayer (unity) Pentecost Ember Day Year 2.  The word “ubuntu” in the image is a word known in the west mainly through the work of Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.  Ubuntu is difficult to translate into English but one sense of the word is like “soul force” – a metaphysical connection shared with others that prods us to do selfless acts. Such an intimate connection is one believers in God, through Christ, strive for.

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