Friday, August 9, 2013

August 12 - 18

Weekly Calendar

August 12th, 2013
Office is closed.
August 13th, 2013
11:15 am  Holy Communion @ St. Joseph’s Hospital
August 17th, 2013
7:00 pm  Malankara Church Rental
August 18th, 2013   Pentecost 13
9:00 am  Holy Communion
10:30 am  Holy Communion

Winnifred Stewart: Empties to Winn Project
Next pick up is August 23rd, 2013

Back to Church Sunday!      September 29th, 2013
Sometimes regular churchgoers are not very good at making it easy for strangers and latecomers to find a place to sit. Most of us sit close to the back, and we sit on the aisle end of the rows so that other people have to clamber over us to find a seat. What is that saying to guests?

Edmonton Parishes Welcome The Fringe: All Saints’ Cathedral: From August 15-25th All Saints’ Cathedral, 10035-103 Street, will welcome Fringe audiences to the New Angle Theatre production, Things Donne and unDonne, written and directed by Cathedral parishioners Karen Simons and Caroline Howarth. Commissioned for the Diocese of Edmonton’s Centenary, the play explores the connections between the life of John Donne (a 17th-century poet and Anglican priest) and the lives of a small group of graduate students of our own time. A live choral ensemble, directed by Sara Brooks, will sing music of the Renaissance. You can view the performance schedule here: Attached is a press release with more information about the production.
Holy Trinity, Old Strathcona: With three performance halls, professional stage lighting and first-rate hospitality, Holy Trinity, 10037-84 Avenue, is well-known to Fringe performers and audiences. This year, the parish is home to six plays:
The Frozen Water Fortunes: a new comedy by Playwright-in-Residence David Belke
April in Peril: the hit musical comedy by David Belke and Paul Morgan Donald returns
Trolls and Tribulations: three lively stories from Norway performed by 20 talented young actor/raconteurs acting, dancing and singing their way into your hearts.
Freud’s Last Session: did an afternoon meeting with the avowed atheist Sigmund Freud inspire Christian apologist C.S. Lewis to create his most personal – and most enduring – defense of God…?
Shipwrecked!: the sweet, funny and thrilling adventure of Victorian-era explorer Louis DeRougement.
In General: in this darkly comedic presentation, Edmontonian Lillian McKeown shares her recent experience in Africa’s central jungles.
The Wild Beastie Adventure: join the campers at Camp Squealy Moo for their latest adventure, on a wild safari! Join in as we earn our Wild Beastie Adventurer Badges, but remember…look out for the Squealy Moose!
For more info, see attached performance schedule, or visit:

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