In this video reflection, I mention that as we move closer to 60 days of restricted social interactions, I have heard people say that they are starting to crack, but I am pretty sure I'm already a fried egg. It is the dark humour that carries me through difficult times. I also encourage us all to reach out -- one thing that I feel confident in is that when we feel most lonely in our isolation is when we are most united. If you are feeling lonely, there is someone else waiting for your call to relieve their loneliness.
Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, St Stephen’s has been unable to worship in person since late March.
Currently, you can find our Sunday worship in a Zoom meeting. The details are available on our Events page.
The Monday morning Bible study group is also using Zoom to discuss the upcoming Sunday lectionary. You can find those details on the Events page as well.
Our Community Meal program is on hiatus until it is safe for us to gather and eat together.
You’ll find regular video updates on our website in the news section and our weekly reflections in the sermon sections. Sometimes the sermons will start with the line, "no media available" but keep scrolling down and you'll find the video in the post.
By the end of May, we anticipate making some decisions about how we will participate in the gradual re-opening of British Columbia. You can learn more about the planning taking place to ensure that any in-person gatherings meet publich health guidelines on the Diocesan website.