Anglican Parish of St. Luke's Hubbards


Parish News

Published Saturday, February 20th, 2021

2021 World Day of Prayer - March 5, 2021

2021 World Day of Prayer

The World Day of Prayer is a global ecumenical movement which brings Christians of many traditions together to observe a common day of prayer each year. The motto of the World Day of Prayer movement is Informed Prayer and Prayerful Action. Through our participation in the World Day of Prayer, we affirm that prayer and action are inseparable and that both have immeasurable influence on the world.

The World Day of Prayer is traditionally celebrated on the first Friday of March. A different participating country writes the service each year and the 2021 service has been prepared by the South Pacific island country of Vanuatu. Because of restrictions placed on gatherings during the Pandemic, World Day of Prayer celebrations will be held by watching the Women's Inter-Church Council of Canada video and can be accessed by going to and clicking on the One Hour World Day of Prayer 2021 Vanuatu Service Video button. The video will be available until September 2021.

If anyone would like to make a donation they may do so by donating online at or mailing a cheque to: WICC, 47 Queen's Park Cres E., Toronto, ON, M5S 2C3

Want to get out for a drive?

Thanks to the Covid-19 Emergency Community Support Fund and the United Way, BayRides is now able to offer free transportation to people who are feeling isolated. This special service is designed for residents of the St. Margaret's Bay area who do not have access to a car. BayRides has a van and a bus that are accessible. BayRides drivers follow all the Covid-19 protocols to protect the health and safety of their passengers.

If you are feeling cooped up and would like to go for a drive somewhere in the St. Margaret's Bay area, please call Lynn, the dispatcher, at (902) 820-6600. BayRides vehicles are available between 7am and 6pm. BayRides operates in the St. Margaret's Bay area from West Dover to Yankeetown Road and from Sheldrake Lake to the HRM County Line in Hubbards. For more information, please visit their website or Facebook Page

Bay Rides

eTransfer Promo

After three visioning meetings (with more to come) we, as a parish, are now at a point where we must analyse and consider our options for ministry which we have available and can financially support. We must think about what option we would be interested in exploring to ensure our parish continues to move forward and thrive.
The following options have been short listed for consideration:

a) Part time priest solely for parish
b) Part time share a priest - between 1 or 2 Anglican parishes or 2 or more
(Nearby Parishes include: Parish of Blandford, Parish of French Village, St. Nicholas Westwood, Chester)
c) Cluster - group of Anglican parishes that share a team of ministers (lay and clergy, 2 - 4)
d) Partner with another denomination
e) Priest in charge - fee for service

We have many important decisions to make moving forward and it is important that everyone in the parish has their voice heard. Stay tuned for our next visioning meeting!

Below is a summary of notes from the previous visioning sessions:

Rev. Laurie's Farewell Service CD

Volunteer Opportunity: Superintendent, Pine Hill Cemetery.