Saint James Anglican Church

Joseph Howe Drive at the Armdale Rotary, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada             


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Saint James Anglican Church

 

warmly welcomes all to worship with us.  We are located at the Armdale Rotary in Halifax, Nova Scotia (Canada) and trace our history at this site back to 1857.  Here, you will find a schedule of worship services, the bible readings and hymns for this week, a calendar of parish events, an index to many activities, and an information pamphlet.

 

We seek to live out the Christian faith in the Anglican tradition, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit. We strive to grow as a welcoming, friendly, parish family that has strong liturgical, pastoral and teaching ministries. We are dedicated to fostering the values of the Christian faith in our parish, and reaching out to the wider community.

 

St. James is a Parish in the Diocese of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, Anglican Church of Canada. A warm welcome is extended to members of The Episcopal Church to worship with us while in Halifax.

 

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TUESDAY
SEP 02 06:30 pm Spiritual & Congregational Development Committee (Office)
WEDNESDAY
SEP 03 10:00 am Holy Communion (Chapel)
10:30 am Coffee time (Office)
SUNDAY
SEP 07 08:30 am

Holy Eucharist (BCP)

10:00 am

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RECTOR'S AUTUMN LETTER

My dearest Brothers and Sisters in Christ; I trust that this Autumn Letter finds you all in good health after a lovely summer of sunshine, peace and some relaxation.

 

Our Congregation had a sad early summer as we said farewell to four of our parishioners: Bea Duncan; Minnie Noseworthy; Ken Conrod and Keith Shupe. Mixed in we also had the pleasure of a joyous Annual Garden Party & Barbeque with a Liturgy of Baptism to celebrate. While the summer months may call many away to the cottage or travel, life continues in the Church and we continue to do God's work faithfully and joyously, celebrating all the seasons of life -temporal and eternal.

 

As we begin to gather as a greater Community in the Autumn, we look toward new activities and seeing familiar faces. I would like to share with you some of what is happening at Saint James in the near future. I look forward to working with you in this little corner of God's Kingdom.

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Primate joins Canadian faith leaders in condemning religious persecution in Iraq

Archbishop Fred Hiltz, Primate, has signed onto a Canadian faith leaders’ statement condemning what is happening to religious minorities in the city of Mosul in Iraq, and in particular, the persecution of those who are Christian. A dozen leaders from a number of religious traditions have joined their voices to condemn threats directed to members of the ancient Christian communities and to other religious minorities, and to stand with Christian minorities in this time of great anxiety in fear.

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Statement from Archbishop of Canterbury on Iraq

The horrific events in Iraq rightly call our attention and sorrow yet again. Christians and other religious minorities are being killed and face terrible suffering ...

We must continue to cry to God for peace and justice and security throughout the world. Those suffering such appalling treatment in Iraq are especially in my prayers at this time.

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