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What are the vestments all about that we see worn by worship leaders? Part II: The Stole
What are the vestments all about that we see worn by worship leaders? Part I Robes
What is Confirmation?
Today we're joined by a group of Youth and Volunteers from the Diocese of Niagara. Who are they and why are they here?
Why is there no confession in Easter?
Today's worship feels incomplete. Why?
Next week is Palm Sunday, the week after that is Easter. What happens then?
What do we know about Mary, the Mother of Jesus? Why are we looking at Holy Week from her perspective?
Who was St. Valentine?
What is All Saints’ Day? All Souls’? Are they the same thing?
Stewardship - What's in it for me?
What do we mean when we talk about Stewardship?
Why do we celebrate the Eucharist (Communion) every week?
When should a person be baptized? As an adult or as a baby?
What is the role of the bishop in the Anglican tradition?
Who are the Wardens of St. George’s? What is their job? Who is on Parish Council? What is their job?
First Sunday in Lent; why does worship feel different this morning?
How did pancakes and the church collide into the tradition of Pancake Tuesday?
What is a ‘Day of Obligation’?
What is Lent? What is important to know going into it? Should I be giving something up?
What is Candlemas? How do we celebrate it?
What is Vestry? Is that the same as Annual Meeting? How do I know whether or not to attend?
A New Year's Blessing for the Home
Why are some parts of the service sung and others aren't?
What is Advent about?
What does it mean to be Anglican? Part 5
What does it mean to be Anglican? Part 4
What does it mean to be Anglican? Part 3
What does it mean to be Anglican? Part 2
What does it mean to be Anglican? Part 1
Why do some people in worship leadership roles wear robes?
Who should receive Communion?
What is the difference between baptism and Christening?
I’m not always sure about etiquette and expectations when I receive Communion bread and wine. Help me to feel more comfortable participating!
Sometimes our worship uses a traditional version of the Lord’s prayer, sometimes more contemporary words. Why the switch? Being used to the older version, I feel goofy stumbling over the newer words!
I’m puzzled by the Creed. Why do we sometimes use one, sometimes another? Does the Creed always have to be part of the worship service?
Why is there no Confession in Easter?
What is the Agnus Dei? Why is it not part of every worship service we do at St. George’s?