From: Kyumin Lee

With sadness I write this report. I have been following the directives from various health organizations around the world regarding communal singing. I also have spoken with numerous choral directors locally and abroad. Music is such a vital component of any church service. It has the power to bring people together and spread much love and joy in our hearts. However, as we prepare to open our doors for in-church participation, my heart is heavy. Many choral communities are in despair learning of this potential spread of the virus while singing. Our congregation’s health and safety is the utmost priority. So for now, there will be no singing in church. Pews will be empty of hymnals. Paula and I are working closely together to find a creative way to provide meaningful service with music.
Please stay tuned. Sending blessing to you all, Kyumin


Our Staff continue to work from home.  The Office telephones do get messages to us, or you can email at

  • Jennifer 
  • Paula     
  • Larry      

Sunday services (8:30 am BCP and 10:00 am) will be live-streamed and then the recorded version made available on our website.  Bulletins are posted as well so that you can follow along.  If you would like to attend one of the services, please get in contact with Paula.  She needs one to four people present in order to celebrate the Eucharist.

“What about our envelopes?”  Please mail to the Church office or put through the delivery slot on office door.

What about our Outreach ministries?”  Food for the homeless and poor is considered an essential service.  There will be more information in an upcoming newsletter, so to give a brief review here, we have moved to take-away (handed out) meals for Tuesday and Friday, the Sandwich programme continues and the food deliveries on Sundays from the Food Bank are continuing.

Vicar’s Blog: Paula will be posting on her Blog, please check it out under “Vicar’s Blog” on the website!