"With God’s direction our vision of ministry has been chosen by the parish. This ministry must be sustainable in our community. We will offer worship that is vibrant for multi-generations and renewed Christians. Christian education for the young and adults will be available. God’s love and our love of each other will nourish all in body and spirit and people will come unafraid and knowing they are accepted. Our vision is to offer this to all people in a world that is looking for God."
Sunday May 29th
2nd Sunday after Pentecost
11:00 a.m., Holy Eucharist
1st Reading:1 KINGS 18:20-21 (22-29), 30-39;
2nd Reading: GALATIANS 1:1-12 ;
Gospel: JOHN 16:12-15;
Celebrant: The Rev.Brian Wood
Readings on Worship page
Incumbent: The Rev. Susan Hermanson
Returns April 3rd.
Please contact the Church Wardens for any concerns or requests
Art Rendell 250-245-2511 or Louise Crossley 250-618-1389
St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church
314 Buller Street. – P0 Box 13,
Ladysmith, BC, V9G 1A1
Tuesday 9:00 - Noon
Art Rendell 250-245-2511
Louise Crossley 250-618-1389
NEW! Service Times Sundays
9:00 a.m. at St Philip Cedar
11:00 a.m. at St John the Evangelist
What's Happening at St JOHNS?
Our Syrian Families
Below is a list of names of the Syrian families who have recently arrived in Ladysmith. Please keep them all in your prayers as they adjust to being in Canada
Mkhls Gourea Raghid Taya Malek Makhoul Wesal Abo Eid Mais Makhoul Melia Azouz Gehad Gourea Fade Tayer (is sick) Michael Makhoul Elei Tayer Antonio Makhoul
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These family members are still in Syria.
Melia’s brother and family
Khaldon Azooz Hoda Azooz Aziz Azooz Angel Azooz
Tariz Jammal (she is Melia’s mother)
“They need prayer more than us because they are still in Syria. And the situation there has become worse.” Said Malek.
Please pray for all Syrians
The Walk-a-Thon for Syrian Refugees
“The Walk for the Syrian Refugees living in camps in Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey and in Europe, was held on Saturday 7th Nov in Holland Creek Park.
Thank you to all those who came (in spite of the rain) from Ladysmith, Cedar and even Qualicum as well as some our own Syrian family. The Walk raised about $1,600.00 which will be matched by the Federal Government to provide shelter, medical care, hygiene and sanitation.
Most of the refugees are suffering in appalling conditions.”