Everyone is welcome at our intimate little Anglican Church.
We are located at 2640 Goheen Street, Prince George, BC, Canada
We meet, and invite you to join us, for
We invite you to celebrate God's creation with us when we worship together, or to visit our labyrinth and quiet garden for some personal time with God.
We pray for others. If you need our prayers, visit our Contact page for how best to contact us.
Salvation Army Foodbank
Sunday mid-day meals distributed from St. Vincent de Paul
We welcome your financial support for our outreach or our parish via CanadaHelps.
Grace Anglican is a parish in the Territory of the People Anglican Church, a diocese of the Anglican Church of Canada. With St. John the Divine Anglican Church in Quesnel and The Parish Church of St. Michael and All Angels in Prince George, we form the Ministry Team of the Three Rivers in the Territory of the People.
Anglicans around the world are linked by a common history dating back beyond the separation of the Church of England from the church of Rome in 1534, to the Gregorian mission to England by Augustine of Canterbury in CE 597.
Branches of the Worldwide Anglican Communion ascribe to the Anglican 5 Marks of Mission:
At Grace we pursue the 5 Marks of Mission by living out our Mission Statement:
To be a loving and joyful community, witnessing and ministering to others by growing in the faith of Christ and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit.
What does the 2nd Sunday of Advent represent?
Today, the Second Sunday of Advent we light the second candle, which is the symbol of FAITH. The candle's name has its origins in the prophet Micah who prophesied Jesus would be born in Bethlehem. It is referred to as the Bethlehem Candle.
Advent is a season observed in most Christian denominations as a time of expectant waiting and preparation for both the celebration of the Nativity of Christ at Christmas and the return of Christ at the Second Coming. Advent is the beginning of the liturgical year in Western Christianity. The name was adopted from Latin adventus "coming; arrival", translating Greek parousia from the New Testament, originally referring to the Second Coming.
The season of Advent in the Christian calendar anticipates the "coming of Christ" from three different perspectives: the physical nativity in Bethlehem, the reception of Christ in the heart of the believer, and the eschatological Second Coming.
Practices associated with Advent include Advent calendars, lighting an Advent wreath, praying an Advent daily devotional, erecting a Christmas tree or a Chrismon tree, lighting a Christingle, as well as other ways of preparing for Christmas, such as setting up Christmas decorations, a custom that is sometimes done liturgically through a hanging of the greens ceremony.
Christianity.com has an excellent article on Advent here:
On Sunday, October 1, the Sunday closest to the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi this year, a service of Blessing of the Animals was held at Grace Church. Rev. George Westgate lead a delightful service of song and praise and blessing, ably accompanied by a chorus of barks, yips and woofs. Each pet revelled in being personally blessed and given a tasty treat for good behaviour. Watch the service here:
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