Enjoy these prayers designed for home use from now until right before Pentecost. The Prayers of the People provided are shaped by the Sunday Lectionary, making them suitable for your online broadcasts as well.
Guidelines in place during current pandemic.
Prayers for households during a time of mourning when we cannot gather together.
An updated list of online worship opportunities in the Diocese of Algoma!
A special thank you to all our essential workers and to those caring for those enduring poverty, sickness, homelessness, and other need.
Teamwork in these strange times! Togetherness while we are apart.
COVID-19 emergency situation causes serious implications in 3rd world countries!
Participants and leaders are encouraged to read the full article to obtain information on the process regarding the postponement of CLAY 2020 to August 2021!
For if we have been united with him in a death like his, we will certainly also be united with him in a resurrection like his. Romans 6:5
Before all else, let us list sincere thanksgiving first on the scroll of our prayer.
We can still give, and we can still say “thank you”!
Here are some worship and prayer resources that households in Algoma are encouraged to use during the Easter Season.
Let us make a joyful noise! Ring our bells at 9 a.m. Easter Sunday!
The Stations of the Cross is a traditional devotional service engaged around the globe during Lent and Holy Week.
Five versions are provided, the first of which will be led by Archbishop Anne in her daily live-stream on Monday of Holy Week, 5:00 p.m.
Care of our vacant buildings during the pandemic!
Lay Readers invited to participate in a Zoom meeting with the Archbishop
These services have been designed for us to share in together as a Diocese across Algoma. Some are designed for household use, and others to follow along as Archbishop Anne broadcasts to us from St. Luke’s Cathedral in Sault Ste. Marie.
Diocesan-wide worship services to be live-streamed from St. Luke’s Cathedral
A call to prayer – March 31st at 3 p.m.
Help for congregations with their financial givings!
Resources and coping strategies during COVID-19 pandemic