News & Events
Restrictions Lifted For Worship Services
On June 30, the Provincial Health Office announced there are no capacity limits or restrictions on indoor or outdoor religious gatherings and worship services.
In his letter to the diocese, Bishop John Stephens strongly recommends continued wearing of masks, social distancing, non-physical greetings, and sanitizing of hands and surfaces. Please take the time to read his full letter with all recommendations and guidelines on our Covid-19 Update page. Highlights include a return to congregational singing and gathering for coffee hour after the service.
To our members who are not comfortable or ready yet to come for the in person gathering, please know that this is still very okay. You can still join us in our live streaming services at facebook.com/stmarysapperton/videos/.
Thank you all for the preparation done so that we can start our in-person services: Bob for the sound system, the women’s group and Uncle Bart for the cleaning and coffee hour, the altar guild and counters, the choir, and everyone who is helping us start smoothly as we resume in person gathering.
Evening prayer on Wednesdays remains on hold for now.
Service in the Park: Sunday July 25, 10:00 am
We will meet at the picnic shelter in lower Hume Park for an outdoor service followed by a potluck picnic lunch and sports and games.
Parish Camp Weekend: Friday July 30 - Monday August 2
Join us on the BC Day long weekend at the Alice Lake Provincial Park Campground north of Squamish. All members of St. Mary's and their family and friends are welcome.
We still need to complete the cleanup of the church property, especially on the side of the road along East Columbia St., and do some work in the garden beds. See Warren for the garden cleanup if you are able to help.