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

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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


November 18th 2018
Men’s Breakfast 7.29a.m.

All men are invited. Contact Sid @ 204 253 5180

Upcoming Events  October to December 2018 .

Upcoming Events  NOVEMBER to DECEMBER 2018 .


November 18th 2018.  Twenty Sixth Sunday after Pentecost  

                                          Presider Rev. Andrew M. Rampton

                                          8.30a.m. B.C.P.

                                         10.30a.m. Holy Eucharist

                                                              Children and Youth service.

                                                             Sermonette Lynn Doyle.

CHURCH NEWS    Consecration of new Bishop. Friday  October 12 th 2018  

Venerable Canon Geoff Woodcroft, Co-Adjutor to Bishop Don Phillips, was consecrated on October 12th  2018  as 13th Bishop of the Diocese of Rupert’s land at St. John’s Cathedral in a ceremony which captured sanctity and pageantry. The service was presided by Metropolitan of the Province of Rupert’s Land  Rev. Gregg Kerr-Wilson. Other active Clergy participants included Bishop Dr. Don Phillips Bishop of the Diocese of Rupert’s Land, Primate Fred Hiltz, of the Anglican Church in Canada. Bishop Cliff of Brandon of Brandon was also in attendance. The sermon was delivered by  Lutheran Bishop Jason Zinko, and the Cantor was our own priest Rev. Andrew Rampton.

Bishop Geoff Woodcroft  will work alongside our current Bishop Don Phillips who retires in November 2018. A reception followed at The Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Church.      

Ordination of New Incumbent at St. Bartholomew.

The ordination of Rev, Andrew Rampton, the new Incumbent at our Church took place at St. John`s Cathedral on Wednesday October 3rd at7.00p.m. at the Cathedral. Prior to leaving for Ontario to pursue theological studies  Andrew was Choir master and organist at St. Michael`s and All Angels Church, Student Deacon at St. Paul`s Anglican and is now also Ecumenical Chaplain at St. John`s College.

Celebration of New Ministry at St. Bartholomew Anglican.

The celebration of the New Ministry of Rev. Andrew Rampton   took  place on Sunday October 21 st at 4.30p.m. at the church. Prior to the service and in the presence of the Wardens, Bishop read a  legal letter of allegiance by Andrew re service to parishioners and priestly obligations to St. Barts, the Diocese and Province of Rupert’s Land, and  their respective leaders. During the Service the Wardens , read the words of a covenant and received a verbal commitment from Rev Andrew to Ministry at St. Barts. Wardens and Parishioners reciprocated with promise to assist the Andrew Michael in Ministry. During the  potluck supper, Sunday school students presented a gift to Andrew. Bishop Don soon to retire was thanked for his ministry in our Diocese and special connection with St. Barts, .also received gift from the parishioners.

October  28th 2018

Baptism of Adaugo Quinn Nwankwo, daughter of Ego and Victor was celebrated at 10.30 a.m. Rev. Andrew explained the significance of the Baptismal sacrament, as we made more space for the fount at the back of the church. Adaugo was dressed in pink organdy and lace to church. Following baptism changed to white organdy and lace dress with a matching headpiece as she was proudly presented to the congregation by beaming parents.  ( see Article on Font)

November 1st. All Saints and All Souls                                                              

A special compilation  of relatives who have passed will be presented and posted in the Narthex

Friday November 23rd 2018.  Social Justice   committee has arranged for volunteers to work at Siloam Mission. Please sign up to meet at 5.15 and carpool to  the headquarters.

Sunday November 28th    Stewardship Sunday – The Creator has made us stewards of all things. With grateful hearts, we respond  by using your generosity and bounty well, dedicated to the ministry and mission and of the church, and our responsibility to financially support the church ministry and outreach.

Saturday December 1 st 2018  Seminar  9.00a.m.

Senses and sensibilities   What are we doing on Sunday mornings.?

Facilitator Rev. Andrew Rampton.

Light snacks will be available.

Sunday December 9th 2018.

The services will  incorporate sentences  and remarks against Gender Violence as memorial to the Ecole Polytechnique tragedy. Candles will be lit and placed for a vigil.

Message From the Bishop HERE

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