Join us each week for a time of reflection and conversation on the themes and some of the characters that help us journey through Advent towards Christmas. The series will be through ZOOM on the Tuesdays of Advent: November 29, December 6, December 13 and December 20, beginning at 7PM. To receive the link please… Continue reading Advent Series
Friday, September 30, 2022, was Canada’s second Truth & Reconciliation Day. For many, it was a holiday. For most, it was a day of listening and reflecting. There is so much work to be done to get to Reconciliation. So we thought we would start with providing information, to read, to watch, but mostly, to… Continue reading Links to Listening
On Thursday, September 9, 2022 our Queen, Elizabeth II, died at the age of 96. Her steadfast faith will be our bedrock, as we mourn the loss of our Queen. May she rest in peace and rise in glory. There are many ways we can honour our late Queen, and to assist us through this… Continue reading Honouring our Queen
We were so very pleased to get together after our Sunday Service of Holy Communion, the 28th of August, 2022, to dedicate our Memorials to honour those who have died in the past 3 years. Our Memorial Garden is tucked away in a quiet corner of our church yard. It is lovingly and prayerfully maintained… Continue reading Memorial Dedication
On Saturday, June 11, 2022, St. Philip’s Milford held an afternoon tea, in celebration of HM The Queen’s Jubilee year. We couldn’t let something as important as 70 years as our Queen go without a bit of a splash! In true Royal fashion we had plenty of Victoria Sponge to eat and tea was served… Continue reading Celebrating with a Queen’s Tea!
On Sunday, May 15, the parishioners of St. Philip’s held a celebration of new ministry, with our new minister, Canon Nancy Beale. Canon Nancy has been with St. Philip’s, in shared ministry with St. Andrew’s in Wellington, since October 2021. We knew this was a good match as soon as we started worshipping with Canon… Continue reading Celebration of New Ministry
Sometimes it is hard to hear the truth, but for us to ever consider reconciliation, it is where we have to start. The Anglican Journal’s Matt Jordan interviewed a couple who came to work at the St. Michael’s Residential School in Alert Bay, B.C., in 1970. A powerful quote from the interview speaks to us… Continue reading We start with the truth