This Sunday, March 15 is the Fourth Sunday in Lent. In England, it is known as “Mothering Sunday” and if you would like to know why, check out


We are offering several ways to deepen your spirituality as we journey through Lent:


The Daily Office. Join a number of us at St. Anselm's who already practice this form of daily worship. Contact Harold for instruction and daily updates.


Anglicanism 101. Sunday nights 5.30 to 7pm at the church - pizza provided. This week Rev. Munn will speak on Anglican identity. March 22 Rev. Douglas Williams will discuss medieval liturgy and how it informs our worship . On Palm Sunday, March 29, Rev. Munn will conclude the series, focussing on the experience of death and resurrection as experienced Good Friday and Easter Day. Please RSVP to the church office.


Holding our World in Prayer: West Point Grey Lenten Prayer Vigils. Wednesdays at 12 noon. Join the churches of West Point Grey in prayer. Each 30-minute service is held at a different church.


March 18  Point Grey InterMennonite Fellowship, 4000 W. 11th Ave

March 25  St. Helen’s Anglican Church, 4405 W. 8th Ave

Upcoming Events


There will be a St. Patrick's Day Celebration on Friday, March 13 at 6:30 pm at the Dunbar Apartments. Everyone is invited to join in the fun and fellowship with our Dunbar friends. There will be Celtic music, green food and all things Irish. For more info, please contact Louisa Farrell.

Our Art and Spirit series continues Wednesday March 18 at 7:30 pm with musician Jane Coop, titled “In Conversation with Piano”. One of Canada’s most prominent and distinguished artists, Jane is a Juno Award nominee and recipient of the Order of Canada who has performed in over twenty countries. She was a senior professor and Head of the Piano Division at UBC’s School of Music and founding Artistic Director of the Young Artists’ Experience – a summer chamber music program for students aged 14 to 18. Its mandate was, and still is, to give young people a broad exposure to art and life. You can find clips of Jane in performance and a biography at


This is a great opportunity to invite music-lovers to join us. Please help us spread the word about this special evening, and/or the last event in the series: novelist Kate Braid on March 25.


Our next Messy Church is Saturday March 21 from 3 to 5:30pm.