Beginning with October 1st services will be held at 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
Services will alternate between Holy Eucharist and Blessed Virgin Mary each Sunday. Services will continue as normal at Holy Trinity. Please see the services page for more details.
The proposed Great Lent Mission via video and confessions which were to be held before Easter Sunday is now cancelled and to be held at a later date. We will have the confessions on the date and time as listed in the bulletin and on the website under the church services schedule. The cancellation of the mission is due to the DVDs Father Peter ordered for this mission were sent by the supplier from Marianland, Texas to a wrong address, now returning back to the supplier and onto the arrival at the proper address which will be too late for the Lenten mission.
We regret to inform you that the completion of the interior renovation of the church before April 16, 2017 is in doubt. In view of the situation we will continue with the church services and your attendance at Holy Eucharist until the church renovation at BVM is fully completed. Just to enlighten you, the painting is now in progress which would indicate that the completion is near.
Due to the continuing restoration of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church (East Selkirk) interior, all Sunday and Feast Days Services are suspended until the full restoration is complete. The children’s Catechism classes will continue at Blessed Virgin Mary church lower level at the usual 9:00 a.m. time on Sundays.We apologise to the B.V.M. parishioners for the inconvenience and ask you to attend services at the Holy Eucharist church, Selkirk (West). To clear any misunderstandings, all your offerings in envelopes go back to your respective membership church without fail. Upon the completion of the restoration of the interior of at The Blessed Virgin Mary church you will be advised as to the date when regular church services will reconvene.
Dear Parishioners and Guests:
As we prepare to celebrate the Christmas season, the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ, may we extend to you and your families our humble and sincere Christmas Greeting of Joyous Best Wishes and God’s Blessings.
We greet those who are sick or infirm at home, in Nursing Care homes or in hospital. We greet those who may have lost a love one and are in mourning and those who may be experiencing hardships and stress.
We pray that the Lord Jesus Christ who was born in the stable at Bethlehem, will comfort each one in your times of pain, suffering and sorrow. We rejoice for being part of you, as one great family of God.
May Christ give you and your families now and always His peace in your soul, His presence in your heart and His Holy Power in your life. May God be with you this Christmas season and throughout the New Year.
“Christ is Born, Let us adore Him”
On behalf of our Metropolitan and Archbishop His Grace Most Reverend Lawrence OSBM, all the church committees and your Parish Priest, Reverend Peter W. Chorney