The Parish of the Valley
Eganville

OUR VISION
"A friendly Parish open to Gods direction committed to Worship and outreach".


ANGLICAN PARISH OF EGANVILLE SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICES

Join us for Holy Communion (BAS) on Sundays September to June at 9am at Ascension, Mill St., Killaloe
June to September at 9am at St Johnís, Round Lake Road, Tramore
And 11am at St Johnís, 109 Victoria St., Eganville

St John's, Tramore: We will begin worship at St John's, Tramore on Sunday June 10, 2018 at 9am. The last service this Spring at Ascension is Sunday June 3.

St John's Anglican Church Cemetery Service this Sunday June 17 2018, at 11am. We will worship in St John's Cemetery at the top of Raglan St. Bring a lawn chair and bug spray.
If it rains we will worship in St John's Church, 109 Victoria St.

Interfaith Service Sunday June 24. Meet at 2pm at St James Catholic Church Hall, Eganville. Service starts at 2:30pm. Bring a snack to share following the service. We will be exploring the theme: Mary, the mother of Jesus from a Christian and an Islamic perspective.

The Interfaith Committee of the Eganville/Killaloe/Combermere area response to the Quebec Murders - Click here

Please find us on Facebook: The Anglican Parish of the Valley


Ecumenical Menís Breakfast in Eganville Fridays 8am at Kokomis on the Golden Lake Reserve.


PARISH OF THE VALLEY! Dear Friends, News Flash! We have a new name! Our new Area Parish is named The Parish of the Valley. The Parish of the Valley remains within the Deanery of Pembroke and contains 12 congregations. We are St Anthonyís, Whitney; Epiphany, Barryís Bay; Ascension/St John, Killaloe/Tramore; St Johnís, Eganville; St Paulís, Cobden; St Patrickís, Stafford; St Stephenís, Micksburg; St Thomasís, Rankin; St Augustineís, Beachburg; Holy Trinity Pembroke; All Saints, Petawawa; St Georgeís, Alice. We are no longer 5 separate parishes, but one united Area Parish. And that is our goal. To find ways to come together as one Anglican body of Christ in the Valley. We aim to share our gifts and resources and to begin to do things together. We will still continue to function as individual congregations, retaining the names of our churches and continuing to be responsible for our buildings and finances. However, with the inevitable change of aging congregations and diminishing energy and funds, it means that we have no choice Ė we must change and transition into something new. This change in the structure of our deanery will allows us to explore new ways of being together as one family, to begin to get to know one another, and to begin thinking in new ways. Together we will be stronger. There will be four clergy serving The Parish of the Valley, with assistance from Lay Leaders, and valuable support from retired clergy. We will have areas of Ďprimary focusí. Michael, our Archdeacon and Incumbent of the Parish, will oversee Barryís Bay/Whitney, Stafford and Cobden. Susan, our Dean and Associate Incumbent, will oversee Killaloe/Tramore and Eganville. Matthew, Associate Incumbent, will oversee Pembroke and Beachburg. Gillian, Associate Incumbent, will oversee Petawawa and Alice. But we will work as a team and be available to support one another as required. And one of our goals is to potentially build up a team of laity and harness their gifts. Discussions on how to manage this new Area Parish will be ongoing. And in order to cross the tís and dot the Iís, at some point our respective Vestry councils will need to take a vote to agree to officially opt in. We havenít forgotten about St Barnabas, Deep River. They have opted out of the Area Parish right from the beginning, but we welcome their participation in our joint workshops and shared activities. Who knows, they may one day join the Parish of the Valley. Mattawa and Rutherglen are also part of our deanery. We are praying for divine inspiration on how to best support them. Please join in the conversation when we meet as a parish to work out the details in the coming months and years. A newsletter is forthcoming. There is much to be worked out. All prayers will be gratefully received! Find us on Facebook: The Anglican Parish of the Valley! With very much love The Rev. Susan Clifford. Parish of the Valley Regional Dean and Associate Incumbent

Reverend Susan Clifford
613-628-2029
eganvilleparish@gmail.com

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