Federal and Cantonal Covid restrictions have now relaxed, although some precautionary measures are still recommended. In order to safeguard the more vulnerable members of our worshipping community many attendees will still be wearing face masks during the service.
Hand sanitizer supplies are available, especially when communicants approach the priest to receive the Eucharist.
Refreshments will be served after the Service on occasion, please see the pew sheet.
The Cantonal Flyer with Recommended Precautionary measures is available below.
COVID-19 Raccomandazioni per la popolazione Le autorità consigliano di continuare a proteggere le persone più vulnerabili attraverso i gesti-barriera e le misure di prevenzione che riducono i rischi di trasmissione.
Celebrant: Canon Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff
Officiant: Diana Dell'Acqua, Congregational Worship Leader
A Sung Eucharist is celebrated every Sunday at 10:30am. All denominations are welcome to receive the Blessed Sacrament or a blessing from the celebrant at the altar during Communion.
During the scholastic year Sunday School Lessons take place twice a month during the 10:30am Eucharist.
Our Sunday School children are frequently given a high profile during the Sunday Mass, during which they read from the Bible, lead prayers and share their own faith and ministry. They are also encouraged to engage in worship services during major festivals throughout the year.
Following some services at St Edward's the congregation moves to Casa Benson next to the church for refreshments and fellowship. Visitors are especially welcome to join us.
Unless announced to the contrary, there is a short said service of Holy Communion every Wednesday in the side chapel at 10:30am. As always, everyone is welcome.
Service times for major Christian solemnities and festivals, e.g., Christmas, Easter, Pentecost, Harvest Thanksgiving, Remembrance Sunday etc. simply click on MORE in the menu bar.
At St Edward's these aspects of our faith journey are very important to us. They remind us that we are not alone in this world.
After every worship service we gather again in friendly conversation to learn, to gain strength, and to offer pastoral support to anyone in need.
So do come and join us for some coffee, refreshments and hospitality in Casa Benson next to the church. You can be assured of the warmest of welcomes!