Diocese of Rupert's Land • Anglican Church of Canada

Serving God

and the community
since 1889


Welcome to St. Luke’s…

We welcome all those who come

through our doors - as web site visitors,

or as visitors to our services.

              - The Rev. Paul Lampman, Rector

Sunday 23 July 2017
Seventh Sunday after Pentecost


10:30 am Parish Sung Eucharist

  Genesis 28.10–19a

  Psalm 139.1–11, 22–23  Domine probasti.

  Romans 8.12–25

  St. Matthew 13.24–30, 36–43

    48 - O for a thousand tongues to sing (Richmond)

    58 - Blest are the pure in heart (Franconia)

    259 - Thou art the way (St. James)

    495 - Tell out, my soul, the greatness of the Lord (Eling)




Sunday Worship

10:30 am - Parish Sung Eucharist

Refreshments and fellowship after worship.



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Almighty God, unto whom all hearts be open,
all desires known, and from whom no secrets are hid:
Cleanse the thoughts of our hearts by the inspiration
of thy Holy Spirit, that we may perfectly love thee,
and worthily magnify thy holy Name;
through Christ our Lord. Amen.


God is calling the Parish of St. Luke to shine with Christ’s light in acts of praise and reconciling love:
to be a caring, connected, yet diverse, community of faith:

- By sustaining a diverse community in which everyone and their talents and gifts are cherished and appreciated;

- By building and growing trusting and loving relationships;

- And by forming and equipping intentional disciples for Christian ministry.


We acknowledge that we meet and work in the Treaty One Land,
the traditional land of the Anishinaabe, Cree, and Dakota people, and the homeland of the Métis Nation.
We are grateful for their stewardship of this land and their hospitality which allows us to live, work and serve God the Creator here.


The Parish Church of St. Luke

130 Nassau Street North

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Canada      R3L 2H1

Tel: 204.452.3609

Fax: 204.474.1790

E-Mail: stluke@shaw.ca

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of The Parish Church of St. Luke