Join in the fun in Trinity Hall every Wednesday from 9-11. Bring your own projects, learn a new skill, or just enjoy a cup of coffee and good company!
On Saturday, December 2nd, children and their grown-ups are invited for stories, songs, and activities in celebration of St. Nicholas (who just might make a guest appearance!) A spaghetti supper (with our without sauce) will be served at 5pm. Contact Rhonda with questions or register using the form below!
Our Sunday Services are offered at 8:00 AM and 10:00 AM. The 10am service is live-streamed on YouTube. Learn a little about these different services here.
Sunday School is offered every Sunday during the 10am service in a “one-room school” format. We welcome kids ages 4+ – younger children can come too but they need to bring their own grown-up with them. Children and adults share in the opening hymn and prayer before children go to their own time of Biblical…
Cookie baking and decorating for youth! Some cookies will be eaten and most cookies will be donated to Centre 105, Cornwall, a community ministry of the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa serving people facing isolation, poverty, and other challenges. Let us know you’re coming (below) or just surprise us! A collaboration of St. Helen’s and the…
An informal gathering for prayer and thoughtful conversation on the Gospel reading for the upcoming Sunday. Usually led by one of our clergy.
An informal gathering at the church for prayer and thoughtful conversation on the Gospel reading for the upcoming Sunday. Usually led by one of our clergy.
Young and old; lover of big games or small; long-time gamer or totally new – all are welcome to the St. Helen’s Games Night! Bring snacks. Bring games. Bring friends!
silence scripture art labryinth The Rev’d Kay Richardson will lead us as we join the Virgin Mary in preparing for the coming of Christ – at Christmas, in our hearts, and again in power. We will be invited into silence as we listen to Kay’s reflections, make use of the art supplies, walk the labyrinth…
A celebration of Christmas stories and songs – both secular and sacred – featuring the wonderful music of local band, Celtic Folk! Christmas treats served in Trinity Hall follow the concert.