Prayer Cycles

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Territory of the People, Anglican Church of Canada
Retired clergy: The Rt. Rev Barbara Andrews, The Rev. Beth Cuthand, The Rev. Margaret Dempster, The Rev. Keith Dobyns, the Rev Kristen Dobyns, the Rev Martina Duncan, The Ven. David Ellis, The Rev. Ethel English, The Rev Canon Len Fraser, The Very Rev Ken Gray, The Rev. Canon Isabel Healy Morrow, The Rev. Dan Krausert, The Rt. Rev. Gordon Light, The Rev. Barbara Liotscos, The Rev. Susan McCabe, The Rev. Gloria Moses, The Rev. Alexis Saunders, The Rev. Glenn Stone, The Rev. Canon Sandra Sugden, The Rev. Peter van der Leelie, The Rev. Canon, The Honourable T Neil Vant, The Rev. Mike Watkins, The Rev. Mike Webber, The Rev. Trev Whiting, The Rev. Canon Frank Wood, The Ven. Peter Zimmer and their families.
Clergy on Leave: The Rev. Dan Hines. All clergy widows and widowers.
For our Assisting Bishop Jane Alexander
We pray for new vocations in leadership in the church and especially for the office of Bishop of the Territory of the People.

In the world, we pray for the Nippon Sei Ko Kai.


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BC Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada
Peace Lutheran in Abbotsford – Rev. Dean Andersen
Emmaus Lutheran in Burnaby – Rev. Timo Saarinen

Our partnered congregation in the Southern Interior Region, Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church in Kelowna


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Pacific Mountain Regional Council

As this season of Adent begins, we pray for our story which begins here, again and again.



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World Council of Churches
Brunei, Malaysia, and Singapore





Lectionary Readings

(Revised Common Lectionary – visit online version)

Sunday, November 27, 2022
Year A:  First Sunday of Advent
Isaiah 2: 1-5
Psalm 122
Romans 13: 11-14
Matthew 24: 36-44

Sunday, December 4, 2027
Year A:  Second Sunday of Advent
Isaiah 11: 1-10
Psalm 72: 1-7, 18,19
Romans 15: 4-13
Matthew 3: 1-12


Stewardship Quotes

“As you consider your Christmas giving this year, how can you give in order to bring hope?”
Stewardship Seconds, United Church of Canada

“Today’s gospel, marking the beginning of the new Church year, sounds pretty scary!  Jesus reminds us that things can change very quickly and that there is a need to stay alert.  As one who wants to live as a faithful steward, how does my life show that I am alert and participating in bringing God’s dream for creation to reality?” ~ based on Matthew 24: 36-44
Sunday by Sunday: Reflections on Stewardship prepared by the Venerable Michael Pollesel, Stewardship Education Coordinator, Diocese of Ontario, Anglican Church of Canada