As of July 31, New Brunswick ended it's Provincial COVID-19 restrictions.
To find out what this means for us at St. Luke's GP, please go to our website's homepage for a recent update.
Beginning Sunday July 18, our Priest-in-Charge here at St. Luke's Gondola Point, Rev. Rob Montgomery, has been on holiday, and he will be returning to us next Sunday (Sunday August 15).
While he is away, we will continue to offer Morning Prayer services each week (both In-Person in the St. Luke's GP Hall, and here on our Parish website), led by our great Lay Reader team.
Also during this time, instead of our usual sermons we have been making use of some Reflection Questions each week to help us hear and respond to God's word to us in a different way.
Reading the Holy Scriptures together is a powerful and life-giving practice of the Church. Over the last few weeks, we have been sharing videos from the Bible Project to help us read the Holy Scriptures with a deeper understanding.
Three weeks ago, the video was part 1 of their "How To Read The Bible" series, called: "What is the Bible?"
Two weeks ago, the video was part 2, called: "The Story of the Bible."
Last week's video was part 3, called: "Literary Styles."
And this week's video is part 4, called: "Ancient Jewish Meditation Literature"
All are well worth watching, and together they provide a solid foundation for helping us understand both what the Bible is, and how we can read it more faithfully. These videos can all be found below:
Our service of Morning Prayer, Bulletin, & Reflection Questions this week can be found here:
Our All-Ages Song for this season can be found here:
And our Songs for this week can be found here:
Rev. Rob serves as the Priest-in-Charge at St. Luke's Gondola Point, and as the School Chaplain at Rothesay Netherwood School