Welcome / Bienvenue
The clergy team has decided to celebrate a special Eucharistic service on Tuesday this week, June 22nd, at noon, at Trinity Church in Ste-Agathe.
Reason: to pray for the future of the LRM, for peace and harmony, for healing and reconciliation, and for God’s guidance as the LRM Council prepares to meet together that evening to discuss the ammendments to the Covenant sent out in January 2021.
Prayers are requested at this time for Rev'd Tania as she flies west to Vancouver to be with her mother, Anne, whose condition has worsened as of last evening. Please pray for the Lesack family at this concerning moment in time.
The Reverend Tania Lesack has been appointed as Associate Priest in the Laurentian Regional Ministry as of September 1st, 2021. Bishop Mary asks that you keep Tania in your prayers during this time of transition and preparation. Thank-you all.
Until further notice, places of worship in Quebec will remain closed; therefore all services will be held online!
Online Sunday Services on Zoom will be held at 4:00 PM -
Video connection is available by computer or Smartphone, use the Zoom link or by telephone at:1(438) 809 - 7799 Meeting ID 852 0391 4245 when prompted.
Evening Prayer Sevices on Zoom are held every evening Monday through Saturday at 5:00 PM -
Video Connection is available by computer or Smartphone, use the Zoom link or by telephone at:1(438) 809 - 7799 Meeting ID 852 0391 4245 when prompted.
Pentecost 4 - Green. 1 Samuel 17: (1a, 4-11,19-23) 32-49; Psalm 133 - p.890 - 891; New Testament Reading: 2 Corinthians 6:1-13; Gospel Reading: Mark 4:35 - 41; Propers p. 363 - Preface of the Lord's Day.
We, of the Parish of the Lower Laurentians, wish to prayerfully follow the footsteps of our Lord and Saviour, taking steps slowly and carefully as we grow together as a parish of four congregations.
We want to be inclusive and welcoming of all who enter our doors and to meet our community members where they are.
We want to be an outreaching parish, showing concern for and sharing the good news with our neighbours both near and far.
We want to develop an uplifting, spiritual parish, with the individual growth of each congregation and a strong parish ministry sharing the many talents of all of its members.
We want to be prepared for change, open to new ideas, and ready to prayerfully answer God's call to us.
We offer this unto our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ, and ask that His will be done through all our actions and decisions.
"There are different kinds of gifts, but the same spirit; different kinds of service, but the same Lord; different kinds of working, but the same God works all of them in all people."