This Sunday, May 1 is the sixth Sunday in Easter. Our guest preacher will be Dr. Patricia Dutcher-Walls, professor of Hebrew Bible and dean of studies at VST. During coffee hour, Pat will lead a freewheeling "What you always wanted to know about the Old Testament but were afraid to ask" discussion. You can check out an interview with Patricia at https://www.biblegateway.com/blog/2014/08/reading-the-bibles-historical-books-an-interview-with-patricia-dutcher-walls/
Please note there will be road closures on May 1 for the BMO marathon. You will still be able to drive to St. Anselm's via 10th Avenue and Blanca, but other routes will be closed. Here’s a map:http://bmovanmarathon.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/2016_O_UBC.pdf
Feeding the Mind, Body and Spirit, our weekly bible study, meets in the Narthex every Tuesday at 6 pm with pot-luck dinner and study. All are welcome.
Choir practice resumes Tuesday evening at 7:30pm. If you like to sing, we would love to have you join us.
Mission Conference 2016: will be held on Saturday May 14 from 9am to 4:30pm at the Musqueam Community Centre, 6735 Salish Dr., Vancouver. All are invited to attend this day of workshops, designed to welcome clergy and lay people, adults, youth, and children. The program will be followed by a salmon dinner at 5pm. Full details at http://www.vancouver.anglican.ca/diocesan-ministries/the-inaugural-mission-conference
Pentecost Sunday is May 15. Please wear something red, symbolizing the fire of the Holy Spirit, as is our tradition on this day.
Trinity Sunday is May 22. Our beautifully renewed Memorial Garden will be dedicated and members of Early Music Vancouver will play at the service.
SAVE THE DATE. Harold’s last day with us will be Sunday May 29. Invitations are now ready—please pick up yours in church this Sunday and save us postage.
these lands upon which we worship as the ancestral, cultural, traditional and unceded lands of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) people from time immemorial.