St.Peter’s Erindale
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Hope
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Beauty
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Blessings
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Acceptance
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Virtual Church – Sunday Services at 8:00, 9:15 and 11:00

While the building remains closed, the church is still very active. We gather for our online worship services with the help of Zoom meetings. You are welcome to join our services by calling in with your telephone or by following a meeting link (below) using your computer or a tablet. We will open our virtual church ten minutes before each service so you have time to ask questions or chat with one another. When you join a Zoom meeting you may enter a name and you will have the option to turn your video camera on so others in the meeting may see you, but you are not required to do so.

8:00 AM Service (BCP)

Or Join by telephone: (647) 374-4685 or (647) 558-0588

Meeting ID: 816 9183 8214
Password: 791176

Download 8:00 Bulletin

9:15 AM Service (BAS)

Or Join by telephone: (647) 374-4685 or (647) 558-058

Meeting ID: 814 0797 0792
Password: 791176

Download 9:15 Bulletin

11:00 AM Service (BCP)

Or Join by telephone: (647) 374-4685 or (647) 558-0588

Meeting ID:  826 9506 0467
Password: 791176

Download 11:00 Bulletin

Youth Program at 10:00

For information on how to join the S.P.Y. Virtual Bible Study, Please Contact Lydia Cordie at stpetersyouth14@gmail.com

Church School at 10:15

note time change. If you would like your children to join,
please email Linda Ghirardo at lghirardo@hotmail.com for the Zoom link

Register for 1:00 PM Service in the Church

We have received permission to add a 1:00 PM service in the church, along with our continuing 8:00, 9:15 and 11:00 AM Virtual Church services over Zoom. Our safety precautions include COVID screening, mandatory mask wearing in the church and safe social distancing. Please register in advance and wait until you receive an invitation to attend. For more information and to register, visit our information page at https://www.stpeterserindale.ca/return/ or call the church office at 905-828-2095 and ask to be added to the list.

Download the 1:00 PM Service Bulletin

Wednesday Bedtime Bible Stories and Prayers for Children

Wednesday night at 7:30 pm we will be on Zoom with any children/families who wish to hear a story and say bedtime prayers together. Bring a teddy, wear your pj’s and snuggle in for 10-15 minutes of time together. To join the Story Time please contact Rev. Maria Nightingale at associate@stpeterserindale.org

 

Happy Half-Hour Every Friday at 5:30 PM

 

Or Join by telephone: (647) 374-4685 or (647) 558-0588
Meeting ID: 881 8852 9160 Password: 791176

 

What’s New!

Robert Townshend Ordination as Deacon, October 18 at 4:00 PM

View Live-stream of Service on YouTube

God willing, Robert Townshend will be ordained a deacon in the Anglican Church of Canada on Sunday, October 18th at 4pm by Bishop Jenny Andison. Seating in the church building is by invitation only due to pandemic restrictions. However, we are pleased to let you know that his ordination service will be live-streamed on YouTube at the following link: https://youtu.be/1h3IhM-L3_o

BAKE SALE 2020 COOKBOOK – It’s DONE!!!!!! Thank you all so much for all your contributions and help with this St. Peter’s Christmas Bake Sale 2020 Cookbook! Thank you, Mary Frances, for collecting and putting this all together! Download a PDF of the cookbook here and feel free to go ahead and send it around to your friends and family. (Please note the link to the file will work on Thursday, October 15).

Print Copies: The document is ready to print double-sided at home or through a print shop (but it can be a bit pricey). We have found a shop that will print it and spiral bind it with a plastic cover for $40 a copy. If you are interested, feel free to contact Mary Frances atmfcappuccitti@gmail.com for more info.

Monday Morning Worship Services

Join Rev. Maria Nightingale every Monday morning at 9:00 am for a short live worship service on our public Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/stpeterserindale/). It will be available to view afterward as a video on Facebook if you miss the live version.

Summer Reflections, Rev. Nightingale’s new summer series of prayers called Summer Reflections and a Summer Labyrinth Walk can be viewed on her YouTube channel:

Annual Outreach Conference goes virtual

On Saturday, Oct. 24 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., join clergy and lay leaders from across the Diocese for the Annual Outreach Conference, with a keynote address from Bishop Peter Fenty. Workshop topics include justice for migrant workers, dismantling racism, restorative justice, housing initiatives, basic income, Indigenous perspectives on the role of seniors in a community and more. The conference is free of charge and will take place over Zoom. Participants will receive the Zoom link upon registration. For more information and to register visit the Outreach and Advocacy Conference webpage.

York-Credit Valley Deacons host series on Indigenous Justice and Reconciliation

York-Credit Valley deacons the Rev. Evelyn Butler, the Rev. Elizabeth Cummings, the Rev. Alison Kemper and the Rev. Claudette Taylor present “Dinner & A Movie: A Reconciliation Walk,” a series of events on Indigenous justice and reconciliation beginning in September. Events will take place via Zoom on Thursday nights (Sept. 17, Oct. 15, Nov. 12, 19 and 26) beginning at 6:30 p.m. All events are free of charge.

The first session, planned for Sept. 17 at 6:30 p.m., features the screening and discussion of the film “Niigaanibatowaad: FrontRunners.” The film tells the true story of 10 Indigenous teens, nine of them from residential schools, who were chosen as torchbearers for the 1967 Pan-Am Games in Winnipeg. After carrying the torch 800 km over an ancient message route, the torch was taken from the boys outside the stadium where the opening ceremonies took place and brought in by a non-Indigenous runner, while the boys were escorted away. Thirty-two years later, the province of Manitoba issued an official apology. Niigaanibatowaard is a story of survival, reconciliation, and hope for future generations. Please register to receive the Zoom link for the event.

The Anglican Foundation of Canada Launches Podcast

The Anglican Foundation of Canada is launching Foundation Forward, a new podcast about GENEROSITY created by Executive Director the Rev. Canon Judy Rois in response to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is hosted by Toronto musician and media professional Christopher Dawes. Each 7-10 minute episode features the thoughts and experiences of a prominent Canadian with a unique take on the subject.

Monthly episodes are available at anglicanfoundation.org/podcasts, or can be streamed, downloaded or subscribed to on Apple/Google Podcasts, Spotify, SoundCloud, Pocket Casts and other podcast outlets. Podcasts are completely free, and easy to listen to on any smartphone, computer, tablet or other device.

PWRDF Thursday Prayer Group

Join PWRDF staff and friends for a time of prayer and reflection for the partners, volunteers and staff of PWRDF, every Thursday at 1:00 pm, followed by a virtual coffee time.

Register here to receive the link and call in information for this and subsequent prayer times, along with an order of service.

Our SPAN newsletter for Fall is here.

Music Director Survey Analysis

Here is an analysis of the Music Survey that was completed earlier this year.  It will be used as soon as the church is ready to begin the process of hiring the new Director of Music Ministry.

A big thank you to the Music Survey team: Bill Matthews, Christine Forber, Derek Patterson and Stu Irvine for a job well done

If you have any news or suggestions for future communications that you would like shared with the St. Peter’s Erindale parish, please connect with the Communications Committee or the Clergy for review.

St. Peter’s Anglican Erindale

3041 Mississauga Road, Mississauga, ON L5L 0B7
Tel: 905 828-2095 • Fax: 905-828-1588

Find us at the northeast corner of Dundas and Mississauga Road. Driveway off of Mississauga Road, just north of Dundas.

“Serving God together,
Acting with compassion,
Proclaiming hope”