ADVENT  -  CHRISTMAS  -  EPIPHANY

at St.Michael's Cathedral

Please note there will be no 4pm services on Dec 21, Dec 28 and Jan 4

Sunday,

21 Dec 2014

Advent 4 Services  8:00am

Annual Christmas Pageant  10:00am

Traditional Service of Lessons and Carols  3:00pm

Donations will go towards the Cathedral Interior Renovations

Monday,

22 Dec 2014

Traditional Service of Lessons and Carols  7:30pm

Donations will go towards Inn from the Cold Kelowna

CHRISTMAS EVE

Wednesday,

24 Dec 2014

Christmas with the Children  4:00pm

This service will include music, prayers

and scripture storytelling.

Early Christmas Eve   7:00pm

Contemporary Choral Eucharist

Late Christmas Eve   10:00pm

Traditional Choral Eucharist

CHRISTMAS DAY

Thursday

25 Dec 2014

Christmas Morning Worship  9:00am

Contemporary Eucharist with hymns

Sunday,

28 Dec 2014 

Regular Services  8:00am and 10:00am

Sunday,

4 Jan 2015

Epiphany   8:00am and 10:00am

Our Christmas celebrations culminate with the arrival of the Magi on the Feast of the Epiphany

 

UPCOMING EVENTS at St.Michael's

Camino Photo Mark 15 January 2015 or 16 January 2015 on your calendars.

On those two dates, The Camino Documentary will be shown right here at the Cathedral, introduced by our Dean Emeritus, Jonathan Greenhalgh.

Across northern Spain, there is a sacred path that stretches about 800 km to the historic city of Santiago de Compostela – where it is believed the bones of the apostle St. James are buried. Millions of people from across the globe have made this journey for over a millennium.

The Camino Documentary, which has won many film festival awards and numerous accolades, follows pilgrims from diverse walks of life as they walk "The Way" this ancient pilgrimage officially known as “El Camino de Santiago.” The film joins in their personal experiences as they seek to redefine the way they live their lives, to deepen their relationship with themselves, and to rediscover their connection with the world in which they live.

Watch the Camino Documentary Trailer and then join us on January 15 or 16 to view the film right here at the Cathedral.