Category: Anglican News

Queen’s Jubilee Medal at St Stephen’s Church ~ March 2012

On Friday, March 16, 2012, along with other members of the Order of Canada, St Stephen’s Norma Sealey received the Queen’s Jubilee Medal, presented by the Lieutenant Governor on behalf of the Governor General.

Amazing Together ~ March 2009

More than 500 of about 2,000 congregations that make up the Anglican Church of Canada responded to a request to come together in song

Bishop James Cowan announces his retirement

At the meeting of the Diocesan Council this afternoon, Bishop James Cowan announced that he has presented his resignation from the office of Bishop of British Columbia to the Metropolitan and House of Bishops of the Province of British Columbia and Yukon, effective August 31, 2013.

Archbishop’s New Year Message 2013

Dr Rowan Williams, in his final New Year’s message as Archbishop of Canterbury, pays tribute to people whose unsung efforts and sacrificial generosity help to transform lives and build communities.

Blessing of the Animals Report

The Blessing of the Animals service at St Stephen’s has become a multi-parish event honouring the tradition of connecting to community through a shared love and respect for all of God’s creatures.

Queen’s Jubilee Medal at St Stephen’s Church

On Friday, March 16, 2012, along with other members of the Order of Canada, St Stephen’s Norma Sealey received the Queen’s Jubilee Medal, presented by the Lieutenant Governor on behalf of the Governor General.

Appointment of New Rector

We are pleased to announce that the Reverend Robert Szo has accepted the appointment as the Incumbent of the Parish of Central Saanich, St. Mary’s, Saanichton and St. Stephen’s, South Saanich effective September 1, 2012.

Pasta Dinner

Pasta Dinner for Summer 2012 Children’s “Camp in the Community” hosted by St Stephen’s Church and Sponsored by The Diocese of BC and Peninsula Anglican Churches.

BCP Anniversary

Canon Kearon preaches on 350 years of the Book of Common Prayer

Back to Church Sunday – September 25th at 10:00 am

‘There are lots of reasons why people stop going to church. They move house, have a baby or simply get out of the habit. Some people feel embarrassed about going back to church after a long absence, but if someone invites them, then they gladly go, and a special occasion makes it even easier.