New COVID safety requirements when attending Worship and Church Events
As we will see increasing in-person attendance at our worship services, we will continue existing precautions and requirements for worship designed to keep us all safe and as healthy as possible.
All in-person participants and attendees at worship services, coffee hour and other organised church meetings or events must be fully vaccinated and be able to show Provincial or Federal proof of vaccination.
This includes any visitors to St Helen’s worship services over the Advent and Christmas season.
If you are not vaccinated, I encourage you to join worship via the livestream on Sunday mornings.
We are also now required to wear our masks (unless we are speaking or singing solo) during worship.
We hope and pray for an end to this pandemic, but in the meantime, we must continue to support one another and love one another and do what we can to limit transmission.
I am available for conversation and pastoral support should you or your family have any questions or concerns about these protocols.
With gratitude and affection,
Interim Priest in Charge
The Holy Eucharist is celebrated every Sunday at 10am.
Sunday morning is our main time of gathering for worship and fellowship. We are multi-generational, multi-cultural, and inclusive. Baptisms occur around six times a year at our main service and anointing for healing takes place every week. For more about Sunday Mornings please click here.
Wednesday Morning Eucharist
At the moment the Wednesday morning 10am Eucharist has been suspended.