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Deanne Mineau
· September 29, 2017
We meet at St. Hilda's to drum with Terry and Christine. Hopefully we will continue once the repairs are done. Clarence opens the space for community, for connection, for the creation of a weaving tha...t speaks of wisdom and openheartedness. See More
Terry Aleck
· September 29, 2017
We love drumming at St Hilda's church and also when I get to share my residential school experience it's always an honor to be in the space
Jennie Starr
· December 13, 2015
We just went to St Hilda's for the first time and felt at home in this friendly church community where we were challenged to live out our faith.
Susan Towers
· September 30, 2015
St. Hilda's is the place I went when I realized the need for spiritual companionship. The rewards have been many and meaningful. Clarence makes the journey so joyful. He is a very special teacher/p...reacher/friend, and I am so thankful for that first Sunday. See More
Michael Bowering
· February 13, 2014
A resting place for my spirit. Clarence is the best!
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Our long time parishioner Rik Diespecker being inducted into the Order of the Diocese of New Westminster yesterday at Christ Church Cathedral, Vancouver. Congrats, Rik!
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Alleluia, Christ is risen! ecumenical Sunrise Service in Davis Bay this morning with sea lions, seagulls and some 80 some witnesses of Christ's resurrection.
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Some images from the Women’s Memorial March for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. Stephanie and David Moul went to represent St. Hilda’s Social Justice Umbrella. We walked with Bishop Melissa, Laurel, Emily, Anna and Patricia and thousands of others.

Anyone have some thoughts to share on the Luke readings?

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Readings: Isaiah 40:21-31 • Psalm 147:1-11, 20c • 1 Corinthians 9:16-23 • Mark 1:29-39 Click the following link to listen to a live-streaming of the sermon of the Rev. Clarence Li preached on the Fifth Sunday after Epiphany on February 4, 2018: Sermon: Waiting to Fly Photo credit: Cindy...
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Years ago I led my small-group discussion on Christ’s troubling parable about Lazarus and the rich man (Luke 16:19–30). It’s a harrowing story about a poor man named Lazaruswho’s ignored every day by a very wealthy man. When they both die, they experience a biblical Freaky Friday. It’s the...
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A surprise visitor, Fr. Neil Fernyhough this past Sunday! Fr. Neil was the priest-in-charge at St. Hilda's between 2007-2010. Welcome back!

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Readings: Jonah 3:1-5, 10 • Psalm 62:5-12 • 1 Corinthians 7:29-31 • Mark 1:14-20 Click the following link for a copy of the Rev. Clarence Li's sermon given on the Third Sunday after Epiphany, January 21, 2018: Sermon 'Where are you going next?' Excerpts: Interview ~ poem by Sydney Carter...
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Planned Giving Workshop this morning at 11:30 am: Please welcome Dr. Ed Fidler, Legacy Gift Planner and friend of David Rushton, to be our workshop presenter. Ed will give a 30-minute presentation on major charitable giving options that would maximize your support to St. Hilda's restoration project and will be available for Q&A and individual consultation.

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How welcoming is St. Hilda's? Are we as welcoming as we thought we are or are we simply paying lip-service in some areas? Do you think we could stand the test of the Mystery Worshipper?
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Ever wonder how a newcomer actually experiences your church? Every church I’ve worked with thinks of themselves as a friendly place, but it’s hard to know what it’s actually like for a visitor. Now you can find out, thanks to the Diocesan Consulting Group’s new Mystery Worshipper program. My...
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Dr. Eduard Fidler, Legacy Gift Planner and a friend of David Rushton, will give a 30-minute presentation on major charitable giving options that would maximize your support to St. Hilda's restoration project. Ed and David will be available for Q&A and individual consultation following...
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St. Hilda's By The Sea Anglican Church updated their profile picture.
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Readings: 1 Samuel 3:1-10, (11-20) • Psalm 139:1-6, 13-18 • 1 Corinthians 6:12-20 • John 1:43-51 Click the following link to listen to a live-streaming of the Rev. Clarence Li's sermon given on January 14, 2018 on the Second Sunday after Epiphany: Sermon: Call to be Christ's Light Excerpts...
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Our Rector has been invited to be the speaker at the upcoming Diocesan Youth Movement Winter Retreat at Sorrento Centre. Do you know some young people aged 13-25 who may be interested?

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Feb 9 - Feb 12Sorrento Centre Retreat & Conference CentreSorrento, BC, Canada
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Special Vestry Meeting about authorizing loans for sanctuary reconstruction and okaying visioning and feasibility study for property redevelopment. Very polished presentation by Clarence and Bruce. The 3 part motion to proceed was overwhelmingly passed.

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Book Study of Wrongs to Rights: 2nd & 4th Tuesdays January through March from 3-5pm in the Gathering Rm. Honouring the call of Indigenous peoples from around the world, Canada's Truth & Reconciliation Commission has specifically summoned, not only the State, but all churches to embrace the United...
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Readings: Isaiah 60:1-6 • Psalm 72:1-7, 10-14 • Ephesians 3:1-12 • Matthew 2:1-12 Click the link below to listen to a live streaming of the Rev. Clarence Li's sermon preached on the Feast of the Epiphany, January 7, 2018: Sermon: Responding to the Liberating Light Quotes and excerpts from the....
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