St. Paul's Cathedral

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Announcement

My dear friends, With an incredibly sad heart I share the difficult news that the Reverend Deacon Canon Michael Jackson died last night. Michael was a devoted husband, father and grandfather. He had a celebrated career as Chief Protocol Officer for the Government of Saskatchewan. He was the longest serving deacon in the Anglican Church of Canada and an invaluable member of our liturgical team and Cathedral family. Please pray for Helen and their family in their loss. Depart, O Christian soul, out of this world; in the name of God the Father almighty who created you; in the name of Jesus Christ who redeemed you; in the name of the Holy Spirit who sanctifies you. May your rest be this day in peace, and your dwelling place in the paradise of God. Amen. Well done, good and faithful servant. ❤️
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Sunday Worship

Full In-person worship Sunday, the service will continue to be LIVEstreamed on Facebook at 10:00 a.m. Masks are the prerogative of each individual, and one that is to be respected. Everyone is welcome and invited to participate in whatever way they feel most safe. Communion will be administered in both kinds; receiving from the common cup is optional. Advent I: Service of Lessons & Carols, with The Very Reverend Mike Sinclair; Assistant-The Reverend Paula Foster; Readers-Carol Marz, Jim Melville, The reverend Paula Foster, Dave Hedlund, Shelley Proulx, Pat Henneberg, Margaret Nicholls; St. Paul's Cathedral Choir under the direction of Dorianna Holowachuk, Organist/Pianist-David McIntyre; All are Beloved, All are Welcome. Advent Tea to follow the service.
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Requiem Eucharist

Requiem Eucharist at St. Paul's Cathedral on Saturday, December 3, 10:00 a.m. in the Columbarium. This will be an in person service. Masks are the prerogative of each individual, and one that is to be respected. Everyone is welcome and invited to participate in whatever way they feel most safe.
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