Thunder Bay, Ontario
Bay-North Shore Anglicans
Diocese of Algoma
Province of Ontario
Anglican Church of Canada
World Relief & Development Fund
Site updated: January 19, 2018
The Reverend Canon Ed Swayze
WHY ST. STEPHEN'S?
Friendly environment, social
Able to get to know people including the clergy
Our vision for St Stephenís
Godís presence in our lives, helping those of all ages in
building spiritual lives and faith; and
the community of St. Stephenís, the larger community of Current
River and area by providing spiritual, emotional, moral, mental
and physical support.
revised July 13, 2017
Accessibility, proposed improvements
to the Anglican Church?
Updated December 27, 2015
Stephen, the first
the Pastor/St. Stephen's Clergy
Offering (monthly food collection)
Nursery and Sunday School Policies
Amended October 2, 2017
a Funeral: Customs and Grieving
Assistant Server, Acolyte, Crucifer, Server, Head Server
Wedding - Couple Information
join us for
Worship and Fellowship
St. Stephen the Martyr Anglican Church
Calendar of Events/Activities
Updated January 19, 2018
The Tuesday Study meets
3:00 to 4:00 p.m. on Tuesdays, except for the 1st Tuesday of the month.
Covenant and Law, Part 1.
For further information please contact
Canon Ed Swayze at Canon.Ed@ststephenanglican.com.
Table 12:00 p.m. February 10
at Current River Community Centre's
The funds we raise will be used for our donation to our Mission Project; Dog Lake Cabin Project (Boy Scouts Canada) & MEMO (Ships Supplies to Third World Countries), with a tie vote, were elected as this year's recipients.
For more information, contact Janet Pike 476-0044.
The bookshelf is in the Parish Hall; this book shelf
is hand made and donated by George G. Thank you George!
Books have been donated and are collated and recorded. There are very few rules
for borrowing and the instructions to follow are displayed on the
A box is available for a monetary donation, if you are able... this humble
offering will be given to the
Current River Churches' Food Cupboard.
If you have any books to share, please contact the Church Office and leave a
The books will remain on the shelf for a few weeks before being placed in our
yard sale or bazaar box.
12:10 p.m. - 1st Wednesday each month,
at the Mission to Seafarer's Centre,
100 Main Street at Keefer Terminal.
Thunder Bay Retirement Residence
Hymn Sing and Eucharist
2:15 p.m. 4th Wednesday
in the Theatre, 2nd floor
and by appointment
494 Leslie Avenue
Thunder Bay, ON P7A 1Y8
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