St. Matthias Anglican Church welcomes you warmly!

Practicing the presence of God through faith and action in our community

On Sunday, November 22nd, our worship service will be on Zoom.  This is our "regular" Sunday zoom link, but if you need it, please email [email protected] for the link.  To find the readings for this simple Service of the Word, including prayer and discussion, please click below:

https://www.stmatthiasvictoria.ca/events/sunday-worship--206/2020-11-22

 In compliance with the BC provincial health officer's November 19 order, the diocesan administrator, Dean Ansley Tucker has suspended in-person public worship and community gatherings taking place in our facilities until at least December 7.

When we're able to resume in-person worship, we will invite you to use the new "Plan Your Visit" feature, visible right here on the home page!  

Please be aware we are following the latest recommendations and advice from the Provincial Health Officer and are proceeding with the direction of the Diocese of British Columbia.

Our friends at AbbeyChurch also welcome you online, so please check them out at www.abbeychurch.ca

However, the church is more than buildings and programs. We are the body of Christ present in this world no matter where we are. We are a church without walls.

While the planned exhibit in the Chapel Gallery, between November 27th and December 13th, is "up in the air, we still invite you to sample the preview! Our exhibit features Donna Ion (Paintings) and Mary Wolfe (Fibre Arts).  We will keep you up to date.  In the meantime, please click: 

https://www.stmatthiasvictoria.ca/ministries/the-chapel-gallery/pages/next-exhibit-persuasions-of-colour

Thank you for your virtual visit.  We welcome all, wherever you are on your journey of questioning, discovery, or faith.  Never been inside a church?  Away for a long time?  Enjoy a sampling of our worship, by clicking on any of the events or items in the blog section of this page.  Whenever it's right for you, we'll be delighted to see you in person!

 Today, the way St. Matthias folk practice the presence of God in our community may look different, but it's still the same vision founded in faith, hope and charity.  

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