AHere in this place, new light is streaming

Now let the darkness vanish away

See in this place our fears and our dreaming

Brought here to you in the light of this day

                                                                      Common Praise 465

Welcome to St. Augustine's Marpole!

Worship with us Sundays at 10am


We are a community of open minds, open hearts, and open arms.  Come as you are and be fully who you are.  

You are welcome here!  

We acknowledge with respect and gratitude that we worship on the traditional, ancestral and unceded lands of the  Coast Salish people, in particular the Musqueam Nation.  Let us pray that we may live more deeply into the calls to action from Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission.  May the living Christ leads us all on pathways of reconciliation and peace.

                   Click here to link to our streamed and recorded services:         Services 

          Click here to volunteer with one of our community services:      Volunteer 

      If you would like to donate online: Donate Here Now

All About Us
Helpful Info for Newcomers and Visitors


Worship Services

Sundays at 10am, masks are now optional.  Online services will continue - both live-streamed and recorded  - for those who worship with us at home.

Ministries

Click on the link above for more information about our Sandwiches-to-go, the Marpole Food Hub and  Mobile Medical Clinic, as well as our other important ministries.

               News and Events

                    Our journey of faith, fellowship, service and fun as a community and family.

                   Everyone is always welcome to join us. 

                         


JOB POSTING

St. Augustine's community meal is searching for a chef.  This is a part time, paid position: 7 hours a week

Food Safe Certificate required.

 You will need to have the use of a vehicle and past experience in preparing meals on large scale basis,be a team player and have a compassionate approach to volunteers and guests.


Closing date for applications Feb 22 - applications to office@staugustinemarpole.onmicrosoft.com




Healing Service with Eucharist

Please join us for this gentle service of

healing.   All welcome.

Next Service:  tba

Feasting on the Word

Join us to reflect on and discuss

the days's Scriptures.


Everyone Welcome.

Next date TBA


               

                 Contemplative Prayer Group

Join us for a time of prayer, reflection, fellowship and peace.  Led by Rev. Chris, everyone is welcome to spend some time in quiet contemplation and rest in the presence of God.  

Next meeting: TBA

     

                                                            

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                            Prayers for Ukraine

 Rev Chris will be leading prayers for peace in Ukraine at 1:15 every Thursday in the church sanctuary.  The prayers will last for 15 minutes.  Everyone is welcome .


                  2nd Hand Rows Pop Up Thrift Shop

 Our next pop up thrift shop will be held on

                              Saturday,  February 11th

10am - 2 pm

              New from the PWRDF


Learn about the ways the Anglican

Church is helping our neighbours

around the globe.


               New Pollinator Boulevard Garden!

Together with our Marpole neighbours, St. A's has planted a new boulevard garden.  We have planted native BC plants which  attract butterflies and bees, supporting these struggling populations and helping to sustain our fragile local ecosystem.



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Dinners-to-go, Marpole Community Food Hub, Mobile Medical Clinic

Bagged sandwich dinners-to-go are available free of charge at St. A's every Thursday from 6-7pm; the Mobile Medical Clinic will be onsite every second Thursday.  The Marpole Community Food Hub distributes groceries from St. As on Thursdays from 10-12.   Watch our video to learn more.


Helping Butterflies, Bees & the  Environment

St. A's garden is very happy to be part of the Butterflyway Project, an initiative of the David Suzuki Foundation.  We plant native and other plants that attract and help sustain our local butterfly and bee populations.  Click on the link below for more information from Rev. Katherine's recent workshop: