First Mural Event tomorrow

Dear friends, A reminder that tomorrow. Saturday, February 23rd, is the first mural ideas event.  We need everybody’s input and there are only two events planned to do this! Feel free to drop in for…Continue reading


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Announcements for Sunday, February 17, 2019

Welcome to St. Augustine’s. Sixth Sunday after Epiphany – February 17, 2019   Event Tomorrow 1-5 pm, at St. Matthias Anglican Church, 6210-188 St, Edmonton:    Politics of Faithfulness               …Continue reading

AGM – Further reports

A few further items to add to our AGM reporting this year – enjoy!: APPENDIX REPORTS

AGM Reports from 2018

It is a new year. We have much to celebrate. We have much to look towards. Join us at St. Augustine’s.   NOTICE is hereby given that the Annual General meeting of Parishioners will be…Continue reading

An Invitation

I am looking for people with hopes and ideas about the direction of St. Augustine’s to meet as a group four times a year for a glass of wine or a cup of coffee.  If…Continue reading

January 27, 2018 Announcements

Welcome to St. Augustine’s. Third Sunday after Epiphany – January 27, 2019                                                                           Printable Announcements: January 27, 2019   Sundays  8:00AM – SAID ANGLICAN EUCHARIST 10:00AM – OUR MAIN SERVICE OF HOLY COMMUNION   This Week’s…Continue reading

12 Days #12

The Twelfth Day of Christmas – “A Babe is born in Bethlehem” This 14th century Benedictine processional recapitulates the story for us one more time, and anticipates the arrival of the wise men tomorrow, on…Continue reading

12 Days #11

Leoncio Saenz, Nacimiento (Nativity), 1983. The banner reads: “I come to tell them that in Nicaragua the new man has been born.” The Eleventh Day of Christmas – “I Saw Three Ships Come Sailing In” In a…Continue reading

12 Days #10

The Tenth Day of Christmas – “Dost thou in a manger lie” The poet asks “If [thou art] a monarch, where [is] Thy state? Where Thy court on Thee tto wait?”  And into the mouth…Continue reading