Compline (Night Prayer), Mondays at 8:30pm
Join in an outdoor social hour, beginning at 7:30, before this contemplative service. Masks are required indoors. No registration needed.
Holy Eucharist, Sundays at 11am
Holy Eucharist is now being celebrated at the church on Sundays at 11am. Register using the links below to help us manage our capacity.
- We offer both bread and wine (from the common cup) during communion. You are welcome to receive only bread, only wine, or both bread and wine.
- We are permitted to sing as a congregation
- Readers, preachers, and presiders are not required to wear a mask while they are speaking.
- You are invited to join in a time of fellowship over coffee, tea, or juice. We gather outside when the weather permits and only remove our masks when necessary for eating/drinking.
As many restrictions ease, we seek to continue being a community of safety and inclusion. Read more about how we will navigate this time of transition in Rhonda’s pastoral message here.
Further Pandemic Precautions
To keep everyone safe, we will follow all recommended protocols and procedures from Ottawa Public Health and the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa:
- Register at the links below (used to manage capacity)
- Self-screen for Covid-19 before you come. Stay home if you have any symptoms.
- Wear an N95 mask (including CN95; KN95; FN-N95). If you do not have one, one will be provided to you at the church. (NIOSH N95 masks are not required as they are difficult to acquire.)
- Maintain a 2-metre distance from others / other groups.
- Vaccinations are encouraged for all and required for staff and volunteers leading in-person gatherings (musicians, greeters, readers, servers, etc). It is important to note that vaccines are not required to attend worship. Learn more about our vaccination policy and find out how to confirm your vaccination status in order to serve as a volunteer.
Links to Registration for In-Person Services
Using an online form, please register for our Sunday services. If the form is not accepting more responses, it means that service is full.
Subject to Change
The pandemic has taught us the importance of both caution and flexibility. If all goes well and gathering indoors continues to grow safer and more desired, we will carefully add other elements to our on-site services, including programming for children. If the situation does not unfold as hoped, we are well placed to quickly return to increased precautions.