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What's happening the week of August 17? Read on!



Contemplative Eucharist in the Chapel on Wednesday at 10am             

 Our Primate, Archbishop Fred Hiltz wrote to us to ask our prayers for Palestine and Israel in the wake of the escalating conflict in that region. He goes on to say: The Ahli Arab Hospital in Gaza City (owned and operated by The Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem) is exceeding its capacity to meet the humanitarian crisis. In the face of shortages in medicines, fuel and food, Bishop Suheil Dawani has issued an urgent appeal for help. Donations can be made through the Primate's World Relief and Development Fund. Through ACT Alliance (Action by Churches Together), we are working with local partners to provide support for those wounded and displaced in this ongoing siege.

I ask for your prayers. Pray for all who have died and all who mourn. Pray for all those injured and those who tend them in the most difficult of circumstances, the hospitals and clinics themselves under the continuing threat of bombing. Pray fervently for a ceasefire, for those living in absolute fear by day and by night. Pray for world leaders who offer counsel in negotiating a settlement to this current crisis and in securing a lasting peace for all Palestinians and Israelis. Pray as Dr. Olav Fyske Tveit has said, that together they may work "to transform the discourse of hatred and revenge...into one that sees the other as neighbour and as equal brother and sister in one God."

Please mark your cheque/envelope “for Gaza”



You are invited to Artaban Visitors Day – August 23 – see notice board for all details

Deanery Outreach – Please remember the deodorant for the North Shore Youth Shelter.

Food Bank – Non-perishable items such as coffee, canned fruit/veggies, Kleenex, dry soups, etc. are much appreciated. Please drop off donations in the box in the church lobby.


From: On Eagles Wings:  A word of thanks for collecting Bible Camp supplies

Hello!  A huge thank you to all of you for helping to make GLOW Bible camps possible this year by collecting craft supplies. They will go to children in communities from Wabasca to Tuktoyuktuk. Please share the enclosed note of thanks with your congregations and all who contributed to the collection.

Your help is so deeply appreciated. God bless!


Vancouver School of Theology presents the 2014 Somerville Lecture - Mystics and the Mind: Towards an Understanding of Interfaith Spirituality with Rabbi Dr. Laura Duhan Kaplan. September 11, 2014, 7:30 pm – free admission. Chapel of the Epiphany, 6030 Chancellor Boulevard on the UBC campus. Rabbi Dr. Laura Duhan Kaplan will speak about a spiritual basis for interfaith understanding found in mysticism and depth psychology. These disciplines describe common dimensions of a human encounter with the Divine that finds expression in different theologies and religious traditions.