Dinner for our Guest Workers!

On Monday, June 17, we welcomed the Guest Workers that come to 3 of the farms in Marysburgh each year, for a delicious meal and a time of good-fellowship. We started with words from our Josef Cihlar, who did a wonderful job of his welcoming in Spanish and English: Queride amigos, en nombre de la… Continue reading Dinner for our Guest Workers!

2024 Kayak & Canoe Outing!

Archdeacon Nancy Beale blessing the kayakers and canoeist as the prepare to head down Black River On Victoria Day, Monday, May 20, St. Philip’s held its annual Kayak & Canoe outing. The sun shone warmly for our trip down the Black River.  Over thirty participants left from the Chapman Crescent launch site, and paddled their… Continue reading 2024 Kayak & Canoe Outing!

Backpack for Migrant Workers

On Saturday, February 18, we welcomed Mary Ann and Bill Barrett to speak at our Saturday Morning Talk. Mary Ann and Bill lead the Backpack for Migrant Workers ministry at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Bloomfield. It all started when Mary Ann was driving by a field one April in the 1990’s. She saw a migrant… Continue reading Backpack for Migrant Workers

Sheep & Wool (and more!)

On March 16, 2024, our Saturday Morning Talk was on Sheep and Wool (& a whole lot more!) and we were please to have presentations by Waupoos Island Sheep, & Rosehaven Yarn Shop. We had 43 people in attendance, and everyone was not only entertained, but learned more about sustainability in sheep farming, as well… Continue reading Sheep & Wool (and more!)

Christmas 2023

Christmas is a wonderful celebration of our Lord, and Saviour, coming into our very broken world. And this was needed even more in 2023. On December 9th we got together to decorate for the season. And we decided to do something different this year, asking our congregation to donate in the name of a loved… Continue reading Christmas 2023

Remembrance Service 2023

On Sunday, November 5th, St. Philip’s held our annual Remembrance Service, but this year we took a different approach. We invited our friends and families to bring along memorabilia such as photographs, cards, letters, and even more importantly, stories. Our Remembrance Service was lead by a dear friend of the parish, Rev. Canon Fran Langlois.… Continue reading Remembrance Service 2023

Lenten Collection for Henry Budd College

Our Lent tradition at St. Philip’s is collecting monetary donations for the Henry Budd College of Ministry. Have you heard about Henry Budd? Henry was the first Indigenous Anglican priest – ordained in 1893. The college is an academic institution of the Anglican Diocese of Brandon. Their purpose is to equip (primarily but not exclusive)… Continue reading Lenten Collection for Henry Budd College

Lent & Easter 2024

On Wednesday, February 14 at 5:00 p.m. we had our Ash Wednesday Service. Imposition of the ashes was voluntary. This service is a prayerful and hallowed way towards Easter Sunday. We continued our Lenten journey with Evening Prayer each Wednesday in Lent, at 5: 00 p.m. beginning on February 21, through to March 20. This… Continue reading Lent & Easter 2024