Phone: 403-652-2271

602 3rd St SW

High River, AB T1V1B4


Sunday Mornings @ 10:30am

All Saints Sunday

Isaiah 256-16; Psalm 24; Revelation 21:1-6a; John 11:32-44

All Saints


A day full of peace, divine blessings and joy …

Is all that I wish and pray for you …

This All Saints Day and always.

Dear Friends

You are invited to join us this Sunday at 10:30. If you are away, or unwell, please join by Zoom.

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Meeting ID: 580 558 8254         Passcode: Fellowship

Please remember in your prayers:

The Most Rev. Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury;

The Most Rev. Linda Nicholls, Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada;

The Most Rev. Gregory Kerr-Wilson,

Archbishop of the Anglican Diocese of Calgary;

The Rt. Rev. Leopold Friday, Bishop of our Companion Diocese of the Windward Islands;

– This Sunday’s service; that the Holy Spirit will inspire our worship and bless us through God’s Word:

– The Prayer of Jabez: Jabez called upon the God of Israel, saying, “Oh that you would bless me indeed and enlarge my territory, that your hand would be with me, and that You would keep me from evil so that I may not cause pain!” And God granted what he requested. (I Chron. 4:10)

– Those who are sick, suffering, fearful, or in need, and their caregivers, doctors, and nurses:

– To give thanks for those who have died in the peace of Christ, and pray for those who mourn:

– For the poor, the homeless, the disabled, and the needy in our communities, and those who help them:

– For peace within our country, and in the world, remembering the Ukraine, the Middle East and tensions in the Far East; we pray for areas of unrest and riots, asking for wise discernment in our leaders:

– For the victims of violence and natural disasters, particularly remembering those displaced because of wildfires, floods, hurricanes, and those working to bring relief, such as firefighters and first responders:

– Refugees, remembering those fleeing wars, oppressive regimes and natural disasters:

– Our Indigenous brothers and sisters, and their leaders in our diocese and country:

– Our congregation of St. Benedict’s; that we may stand mature and fully assured in all the will of God. (c.f. Colossians 4:12).

Diocesan Cycle of Prayer

 November 5, 2023- The Meota Parish • Christ Church, Millarville • St. James, Priddis • St. George, Turner Valley – The Ven. Alan Getty, The Rev. Martyn Alvey (Hon.) The Diocesan Council.

In the Diocese of the Windward Islands: Christ-the-King with St. Francis, Carriacou (carry-akoo) on Grenada Holy Trinity, Castries with St. Mary, La Caye, on St. Lucia- The Ven. Christian Glasgow, The Rev. Khadisha Smart

Our Prayer Chain: Confidential requests are welcome, updates are appreciated and are of great encouragement.  Contact Llizabet at

Card Ministry: Diane has taken on our card ministry. If you know of a need in our parish for a card, please contact her at 403 652 5679.


We have members of our congregation who will be attending the Women’s  Cursillo this coming weekend. If you have attended Cursillo in the past and were sponsored by someone else, please consider passing on the blessing. You can donate through the church annotated “Cursillo Sponsorship”.

Foundations for Preaching Course – Beginning November 6

The Calgary School of Discipleship will be offering our Foundations for Preaching course in November and December. The course will run on four Monday evenings (November 6, 13, and 27 & December 11) beginning at 6:30pm via Zoom, and will be led by The Rev. Br. Jason Carroll, The Ven. Dr. Pilar Gateman and Rev. Steve Bateman from St. Augustine, Lethbridge. There will be a cost of $75; help is available if the cost is a problem. This course is available to those seeking Licensing for Lay Ministry as well as anyone who is interested.

This course will provide students with the theological grounding of preaching in Scripture and prayer, education on how to craft and write a good sermon, instruction on good delivery and mechanics of public speaking, and opportunity to discuss the nature and specific challenges of preaching in a modern context. Students will be able to make connections between Scripture and the journey of faith, understand the importance and purpose of preaching in the life of the Christian church and the world, and distinguish appropriately between the office of preaching and the opportunity to express publicly their own private opinion, while being able to incorporate stories from their personal journey of faith in an appropriate manner. For more info contact


If anyone is interested in looking further into the healing ministry check out the Order of St. Luke the Physician which is open to anyone.


Order of St Luke in Canada!
Our Mission 

Our mission is to bring the healing presence and love of Jesus Christ to individual lives, and return healing ministry to its place in the church.  We are committed to an ecumenical leadership and membership, and welcome all those who affirm a faith based on the great historical creeds of Christianity 

OSL Chapters throughout Canada offer training and support for members, and sponsor healing conferences and missions.   A network of OSL Members and Chapters extends across Canada, USA, and around the globe.

Coffee hour: Please sign up to help with coffee hour.  Donations of muffins and cookies are welcome! 

This Week:

November 4– from 2 pm – 4 pm Birthday Tea for Lottie

Women’s Cursillo– November 2-5th  

November 5th – Potluck Breakfast  at 9:15

The midweek Communion services will be discontinued pending further consideration

Looking ahead:

November 9: Parish Council meeting at 7 pm

November 12th – Remembrance Sunday

Sunday December 17, at 7 pm- Community Advent Service of Carols and Choirs– at High River United Church.

A combined choir will be rehearsing a piece for the event and you are invited to participate. For the two Thursday evenings before December 17, come to HRUC at 8:00 pm to rehearse. If you are interested in singing please contact David Robertson ahead of time for the music.

Rev Haydn will be in the office on Wednesday and Friday from about 9:30 am to 2 pm.

Church office: 403 652 2271

Please contact the Wardens with any concerns and good news!

Rector: 403 999 4181.

Rector’s Warden: Liz Sutherland: 403 601 6952 C

People’s Warden: Pat Reid: 403 652 2021

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