Lent is a season of engaging with practices that help us be more responsive to God. We have planned a number opportunities to help you make your Lent a Holy season.
- Join us over Lent for a six-week journey of reflection on time produced by the Anglican community of the Society of St. John the Evangelist. Rev. Stephen is leading a group meeting on this series throughout Lent, beginning on Monday evening March 11th, 7:30 PM at the church. You can go tohttps://www.ssje.org/time/ to subscribe to receive the series’ daily video meditations from the SSJE Brothers directly in your inbox.
- Morning Prayer on Thursdays at 10am in the Sanctuary
- Children’s Worship – Each Sunday at 10:30AM, children from JK-Grade 9 will focus on growing in their understanding of God. Through exploration of lenten practices, through a variety of activities, children are given an opportunity to develop their faith.
St. Philip’s is also participating in the Markham-Unionville Ministerial’s Sunday Evening Lenten Series. There will be a service for each Sunday in Lent, hosted by a different congregation. St. Philip’s will be hosting an Evensong service on Sunday, April 7 at 7:00 pm.
|March 10||“Deserts, Demons and Decisions”
St. Justin Martyr Parish Unionville
3898 Highway No. 7 East, Unionville
Speaker: Msgr. Vid Vlasic
|March 17||“The Cross and Discipleship”
Markham Missionary Church
5438 Major Mackenzie Drive, Markham
Speaker: Rev. Peter Ma
|March 24||“The Cross and the Power of God”
Bethesda Lutheran Church
20 Union Street, Unionville
Speaker: Rev. Nicola Skinner
|Match 31||“The Cross and Reconciliation”
St. Andrew’s United Church Markham
32 Main St North, Markham
Speaker: Rev. Stephen Kern
|April 7||“The Cross and Forgiveness”
St. Philip’s on-the-hill Anglican Church
9400 Kennedy Road. Unionville
Speaker: Rev. Katherine Selby