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Sunday 8:00am and 9:15am
Wednesday 12:15pm
Monday evenings 5:15pm
Services will no longer be listed in Calendar except special services.
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Christmas Memorial and Thanksgiving Flowers
Friday, 10 December 2010 11:50
Anyone wishing to have flowers placed in the church in Memory or thanksgiving of a loved one for the Christmas Eve service this year, may do so by filling out a slip available in the Narthex. The slip must be received by December 19, 2010, in order for the names to be placed in the bulletin. Your offerings are greatly appreciated. If you have any questions or special requests please contact Lori McCord @ 360-1912. Thank you and God Bless!
 
Greeters for Christmas Service
Friday, 10 December 2010 11:48
Looking for persons to volunteer as greeters for the 7:00p.m. Christmas Eve service. Please let Bishop Eddie know if
you’ll be available to help out.
 
Letter to Parishioners PDF 
Sunday, 24 October 2010 00:00
Dear Parishioners and Friends of St. Matthew’ s:

For long-time parishioners, newcomers or anyone returning to church, many opportunities await for worship,
learning, fellowship and fun this fall.

A committee, along with Bishop Tom Corston, has been faithfully searching for a full-time Rector for the Cathedral.
As the search continues, we are happy to announce that Bishop Eddie Marsh has agreed to return to the Cathedral
as our interim Rector for the winter starting November 1, 2010. Come and welcome Bishop Eddie and his lovely
wife Emma on November 7th, their first Sunday back with us! Our sincerest thanks to The Rev. Lyn Fisher for her
ministry with us this past summer and The Rev. Deirdre Roach for taking Sunday services during the month of
October.
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The Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario Article on our Electoral Synod

Here is an Article about the Electoral Synod held last saturday.

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A Letter From Our Interim Rector Bishop Eddie:
Monday, 11 January 2010 17:58



Dear Friends,

 

Three months ago, in response to a request from Archbishop Caleb Lawrence, I arrived in Timmins to become to be an interim Priest in the Cathedral. I have found that the people who worship regularly at St. Matthew's Cathedral are special. Together we enjoy coming together to worship God., we try to make others welcome, we have a real sense of family, and have a genuine care for one anther. The Church community has a sense of belonging to something rare and different than anything else in the society around them. We are not especially holy people, but we journey together on an adventure of faith.

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