Easter Greetings from St. Matthias Anglican Church!

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

We have walked through our season of Lent, the "spring in winter."  As our wonderful clergy team remind us: "Today as we wait with longing for the time when we can fully celebrate Easter together, we remember that we are Easter people and go into this day with hope and joy on our hearts! ... [W]e recommit to practicing resurrection in our lives and in this beautiful world."  We are bringing back the "Alleluia," believing that each and every one of us in this world is a person who is deeply loved by the Creator.

In-person public worship and community gatherings taking place in our facilities remain  suspended at this time.  

We invite you to join our online worship.  If you'd like to do so, please email [email protected] or  [email protected]  for the link. 

To find the readings for our Service of the Word, please click below and check for the date you seek:

https://www.stmatthiasvictoria.ca/events/sunday-worship--206/2020-11-29

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

Starting Friday, April 9th, the Chapel Gallery invites you to enjoy our exhibit:  Connected Presence. We welcome visual artists NANCY SLAGHT and MARY-ELLEN THREADKELL.  The exhibition features their independent art practices and highlights their most recent work as well as a new collaborative mixed media piece titled Connected Presence; the theme of all the works presented. Click on this link to learn more:   https://www.stmatthiasvictoria.ca/ministries/the-chapel-gallery/pages/coming-exhibit-connected-presence--78

Spoiler alert!  We're so excited about the Chapel Gallery's success in this trying time, that we have already planned the next exhibit, opening May 7, "Resilience,"  featuring the artists Judith Rassenti, Patricia Tatlow, and Jessica Whittingham.  Click on this link to learn more:   https://www.stmatthiasvictoria.ca/ministries/the-chapel-gallery/pages/may-exhibit-resilience 

You can see all our previous exhibits by scrolling down this page and choosing the season of your choice.  To enjoy the current season's past exhibits, click https://www.stmatthiasvictoria.ca/ministries/the-chapel-gallerys-third-year

 

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.  Thank you for your virtual visit!  All are welcome here.