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During this time of separation, we long to meet together, worship together, comfort each other, and quiet the thunderous doubt roaring in our anxiety.

In our Darkness, we reach out to the Light of Creator.

Dear Family of Christ,

During the coming weeks, you may wish to have a loved one’s name added to our Parish Prayer List. This list is usually included and read in the Prayers of the People each week during the service.

Here, we may hold each other when the Darkness threatens to challenge our Faith. On this page, we hope to list the names of those who wish to have prayers said for them, and for those who wish to pray for them.

We will get through this together.

It has now been added to the Cycle of Prayers. (see below) Please be sure to email or call the office if you wish to have names added to this list which will be updated on a weekly basis. (Click HERE to get to the Contact Page)

You can also join our Prayers of the People Facebook Group community.

 Prayers of the People for January 17, 2021

With confidence and trust, let us pray to the Lord, saying, “Fill us with light and life.”

A brief silence is kept.

Almighty God, may your will to be done as we seek to follow you in your mission with the Church. Help us to remember that even though your people are free to do whatever they want, not all things are beneficial. Open our eyes to your miracles, and our ears to your call. Make us ready to see the greatness of your glory as your Spirit descends upon your Son. Spirit of the Living God:

Fill us with light and life.

Lord of the nations, we pray for our world, and for every city and community. We pray for our neighbours to the south in the United States of America and the outgoing and incoming government leaders. We pray that you develop in your people the ability to form a deeper connection with you and with all beings in order to heal our world. Grant wisdom to those in authority and power over communities, corporations, and nations, and help them to do what is compassionate, merciful, and just. Creator God:

Fill us with light and life.

Spirit of healing, we pray for the needs of those in our church family, and also the unseen needs of those who are known to you alone. We lift before you: Ben, Emelie, Chantal, Barbara, Margaret, Kay, Chris, Arthur, Richard, Jock, Manfred, Shirley, Judy, Evelyn, Lee, Lynn, Cory, Liz, Dorothy, Adelina, Audrey, Corie, Jean F., Pat M., and Elaine. Uphold them in your grace. Loving God:

Fill us with light and life.

We pray for one another, for the faithful frontline heath care workers, and for those serving the needs of our community. We pray for those who struggle with being separated or isolated from family, from friends, and from fellow believers, in this parish and around the world. Help us to look to you for comfort when we feel troubled during this time of challenge and uncertainty. Sustaining Lord:

Fill us with light and life.

God of mercy, we pray for those dear to our congregation who have died in the peace of Christ, especially Janice Morrissette and Charlotte Stach. Grant comfort to their loved ones Ron, Danielle, Marc, Ray, and Gela. Let your lovingkindness be upon them and uphold them. Gracious Lord:

Fill us with light and life.

O great and loving Creator, thank you for living in us and loving through us. Help us to know you and speak your truth when we hear your words, as Samuel did when you called his name. Open the ears of your faithful servants so that they may listen with wisdom to your will. We ask this in your holy name.


(Prayers written by Yanna Courtney)

Cycle of Prayer –January 17, 2021

In the Anglican Communion worldwide: we pray for the Anglican Church of Australia.

In the Anglican Church of Canada, Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada: we pray for Linda, our Primate; Mark, our National Indigenous Archbishop; Greg, our Metropolitan; Geoffrey, our Diocesan Bishop, Jason, the MNO Synodical Bishop; Michael, our Companion Diocese Bishop and for Executive Director Will Postma, and staff of the Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund.

In the Diocese of Rupert’s Land: we pray for the people of the Parishes of St. Peter and for our communities and congregations.

In our parish family: We pray for Janice Morrissette and Charlotte Stach and ask that you uphold their loved ones Ron, Danielle, (Frank & Robyn) Marc, (Aura & Oscar) Ray, Gela and their families in your prayers.

All Saints Prayer Cycle:  this week we pray for Audrey M., Margaret M., Anne M., Lillian M., Ngozi O. and their families.

All Saints’ Anglican Church

Wednesday: Said Eucharist 12:10 pm | Sunday: Said Eucharist 9 am | Sunday: Sung Eucharist 11 am

In accordance with Public Health and Anglican Church of Canada instructions, All Saints Church has suspended worship and will be closed until further notice due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic.

All Saints' provides an Anglican service, strong in traditional liturgy and music.
Be sure and watch for other special events in the What's Happening section.

Phone: (204)786-4765
Rector: Brent Neumann

saint benedict’s table

Sunday evenings 7 pm

Family service every first and third Sunday 4 pm

In accordance with Public Health and Anglican Church of Canada instructions, saint benedict's table has suspended worship and will be closed until further notice due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic.

An alternative liturgical community within the anglican tradition, saint benedict's table cultivates a shared life emphasizing the arts and music, prayer and reflection, hospitality and servanthood.

Website: https://stbenedictstable.ca

Priest/missioner: Jamie Howison

West Broadway Community Ministry

A joint ministry of All Saints' Anglican Church and Young United Church which provides a safe, accepting environment. WBCM offers services and programs to respond to the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the neighbourhood.

Community Minister: Lynda Trono
Phone: (204) 779-5402
Email WBCM at : wbcm@mymts.net
Website: www.westbroadwaycm.org