Mission.  To embrace, encourage, and empower us in our faith journey, and to discern and participate  in God’s work in the world.

February 24th 2019.

At 10.30a.m. Worship: Celebrate Our festival of Dedication 24th February (1964), and Baptism of Layne Robert Allan.

This will be followed by the Annual General meeting(AGM)


Concluding with a Reception and  Hot Meal Service.


AGM booklets are available on February 17th please read and  walk with your copy for the February 24th meeting.


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 Contact Us

881 Autumnwood Dr
Winnipeg, MB R2J 1C2
ph. 204-257-8594

Parish Priest
Rev . Andrew Rampton
Parish Deacon
The Rev. Deacon Helen Hunter
Peoples' Warden
Rectors' Warden
Mr. Ken Joyal
Dr. June M. James O.M.
Parish Administrator    
Linda Robbins


Upcoming Events  March 2019.


March 3rd  2019.    The Last Sunday after Epiphany.    

                                       Presider Rev. Andrew Rampton.

                                        8.30a.m. B.C.P.               

                                        10.30a.m. Holy Eucharist.

                                        Installation of Vestry, Synod members and Wardens 2019.                                                       

                                         Children and Youth service.

                                         Sermonette Lynn Doyle.



Confirmation  in June 2019.

Bishop Geoff Woodcroft was consecrated as the 13th Bishop of the Diocese of Rupert’s land in October 2018.He is expected to visit our Parish for confirmation (his first) during the Season of Pentecost in June. Watch for dates.

Stewardship    Stewardship is  any time. An commitment early helps us to  plan for the community building and interaction in 2019.The Creator has made us stewards of all things. With grateful hearts, we respond  by generously and cheerfully, accepting our responsibility to financially support the church ministry and outreach. Please contact Linda at 204 257 8594 as all are strongly encouraged to  give.

Saturday February  23rd 2019.PWRDF    VISIT and Followup

The Primate World Relief and Development Fund staff  visited Winnipeg. The session themed Anglicans in Action Around the WorldOur Amazing Story chaired by the Canon Cathy Campbell was held at St. Peters  Anglican Church.( 755 Elm @ Grant). Michael Ziemerrink PWRDF Development Officer along with Bishop Geoff Woodcroft will be in attendance.

The PWRDF web pages have been updated, and easier to navigate. Parishioners are encouraged to log in so that updates will come directly to you.

SUNDAY February 24th 2019.

This is a grand Festival Day for Parishioners at St. Bartholomew. It is the 60th Anniversary of the  Church dedication which took place on February 24th 1959. Special prayers were said. Layne Ryan Allan was baptized. Several family members have been married or baptized at St. Barts ; and a number of relatives came to celebrate this spiritual event in Layne’s life.

Our Annual  General meeting  followed, there was dialogue  between Rev Andrew and Parishioners re future directions and mission. The afternoon  concluded with a delicious hot meal. Diamond Anniversary celebrations will continue throughout the year

World day of Prayer .  March 1st 2019

In 1920 Presbyterian Women in Mission held a meeting to encourage women “in national questions.” Their first national interchurch day of prayer for missions was held just over a year later, a similar American group joined in the event  and by 1922, the first Friday of March saw a united day of prayer for churchwomen across the continent; by 1927 it was a global movement. Each year a different country writes the Prayer, 2017 Philippines, 2018 Surinam.

2019  the authors of this PRAYER MOVEMENT  are women of Slovenia theme `Come we are ready`                                                                                                     Informed Prayer. Prayerful Action. Imagine Christians from 170 countries including Canada praying together. Formerly a member of a Yugoslavia, Slovenia is  situated north of Italy and Croatia ; and south of Austria and Hungary. As we pray, we hear the stories of the women, their country, their hopes and aspirations.    Donations collected go to WICC to fund projects for women in Canada (40% and globally(60%) . Contributions over $20 will receive a tax receipt.

Our coordinator is Val@stbartswpg.ca A reception follows the service - Slovenia artifacts and culinary delights to be experienced. Go to wicc.org to read about the impact of these grants on the lives of women and children  as WICC `` Restoring Hope to Women touched by Injustice.``

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