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Sunday, October 6
Dedication Festival
8:30 a.m. | Holy Communion in the Chapel 
10:30 a.m. | Morning Prayer
Junior Church Lesson | Let Us Pray
(parents, please remember to bring your child’s notebook!)
followed by Coffee Hour
O MOST blessed Saviour, who didst vouchsafe thy gracious presence at the Feast of Dedication: Be present with us at this time by thy Holy Spirit, and so possess our souls by thy grace, that we maybe living temples, holy and acceptable unto thee; who livest and reignest with the Father and the Holy Spirit, one God, world without end. Amen.
READINGS: 1 St. Peter 2.1 and St. Matthew 21.10
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Rector’s Message

This Sunday we are celebrating the anniversary of the dedication of our church building. Our current building was dedicated by the Bishop of Toronto in March, 1937, but since March falls in Lent, we are following the long-standing custom of marking the occasion on the first Sunday in October.

Why is this anniversary important? It’s a chance to reflect on the enormous sacrifices and efforts made by a previous generation to bequeath to us our beautiful place of worship. It’s easy to take our building for granted - as if it has always been here! But were it not for the foresight and enormous generosity of those who built this place, our parish community may not even exist today, or would, at least, exist in a very different form. It is just and right that we take a moment to remember their efforts and to praise God for what they have left us. 

You might recall that it was on Dedication Sunday two years ago, that we launched our stewardship initiative, For the Love of St. Olave’s. This effort has been enormously successful in increasing givings and growing our parish.  This Sunday, we will be discussing the legacy of our forerunners at St. Olave’s while pondering the question - “what will our legacy be?” I hope you can join us for this special celebration.



Evening Prayer 6 p.m.,
light supper 6:30, talk at 7 p.m. 

Our final evening looks at Private Prayer Today.  

All are welcome! 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 6:30 p.m.
The Youth Group continues its Marvel movie series with Thor, the story of the legendary hammer-wielding Norse god!  All are welcome.

A session is being planned for the fall and winter in anticipation of Bishop Jenny Andison’s visit on Sunday, January 19, 2020! 
Times and dates are to be determined based on interest and availability. If you or someone you know is interested in being confirmed, please contact the Assistant Curate, Alexandra Pohlod at or by telephone at 416-769-5686 ext. 3

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This week’s services
Tuesday, October 8
8:30 Morning Prayer
4:30 Evening Prayer

Wednesday, October 9
St. Denys, Bishop and Martyr
8:30 Morning Prayer
11:15 Holy Communion
4:30 Evening Prayer
Thursday, October 10
Paulinus, Missionary and Archbishop
8:30 Morning Prayer
4:30 Evening Prayer

Friday, October 11
St. Philip of Caesarea, Apostolic Man

8:30 Morning Prayer
noon - ORA - Prayers in the Chapel
4:30 Evening Prayer
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