On the Canterbury Trail: New to St. Aidan & the Anglican Tradition

February 21-March 13, 2016

1pm - 2:30pm on Sundays, Feb 21 & 28; March 6 & 13

This is a short introduction to the story of the Anglican tradition and our local parish. We will talk about distinctive Anglican contributions (e.g., The King James Version, The Book of Common Prayer), some of its finest writers (e.g., John Donne, George Herbert, Rowan Williams, N.T. Wright, etc.), and its spirituality. We will also introduce how one can keep the Daily Office, follow the Church Calendar, and understand the Sunday liturgy, etc. There will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions too (e.g., What is up with the colour coding? Why do we genuflect or make the sign of the cross? What's a “diocese” a “vestment” or a “collect”?).

Fr. Dean & friends (leaders) email: [email protected]

Dates: Sundays on 21, 28 February, 6, 13 March
Time: Sundays @ 1:00 – 2:30 p.m.
Location: First Sunday at Fr. Dean's home (605B Dufferin Ave) and thereafter in “The Upper Room” at St. Aidan, Moose Jaw 

We acknowledge that Jesus, the Lord of all, has called His Church to be a Church of all nations. With joy and in humility we gather on Treaty 4 Territory, the traditional lands of the Cree, Ojibwe, Saulteaux, Dakota, Lakota, Nakoda, and the homeland of the M├ętis Nation.