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All Saints Anglican Church, Regina, SK

(306) 586-4420

Diocese of Qu'Appelle

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"God calls us to be a caring community of faith which joyfully carries Christ's love into the world"

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142 Massey Road,     Regina, SK, S4S 4M9

Immediately south of Campbell Collegiate

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Regular Service Times: September through May

Sunday 9:00 a.m. Eucharist, Traditional Language

Sunday 10:30 a.m. Eucharist, Contemporary Language and Church School

 

During our two Sunday morning services we use traditional language at 9 o’clock and at 10:30 more contemporary forms. Our music reflects a variety of styles and instruments – from harp to trumpets, guitars and keyboard, along with our newly rebuilt organ, led by a talented choir. Dedicated teachers staff our Sunday Church School and there is a special program for teens. We also have a growing number of young adults, including students, attracted by our welcoming atmosphere and inclusive attitudes.

            Rev. Cheryl's Message for November 5, 2017

Welcome! We are a remembering people. Last Sunday we called to mind the women and men who shaped the church over the centuries through their faithful service to God and others. Today we bring to our awareness the men and women who served this country in the armed forces in times of war and peace. We hold before God all who have died in times of conflict and vow to honour their sacrifice by working to prevent war when at all possible. Remembering the lives of saints and the lives of soldiers is a way of honouring the past and shaping the present. That’s because what we choose to remember focuses our attention on those things which we call to mind. Remembering is an act of attention and intention and it affects how we live.

That’s why Jesus asked his disciples to remember him whenever they broke bread together. Sharing the bread and wine reminded them of Jesus’ last meal with them on the night he was arrested and taken from them to be tortured and executed. Jesus wanted them to remember his love for God and his willingness to give everything for the sake of God’s kingdom. Meeting together to share a meal and recall his teachings helped shape the disciples and those whom they brought to faith in Christ. The act of remembering strengthened their identity and empowered them to live in Jesus’ way. Moreover Jesus said, "whenever two or three gathered in my name, there I am in the midst of you." Remembering is powerful when Christ is present!

Consider being part of a remembering people who will not forget that God loves the world and gives us the Spirit to make it shine with God’s light!

NEWS: Read about Rev. Allan Higgs’ 35 Years as RCMP Chaplain: click here

 

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All Saints is wheelchair accessible

Hearing assistance is available

This site was last updated on 03-Nov-2017.

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