In these trying time it is important for us to keep in touch. This is a temporary page created so that I can keep in touch with all of you. There will be video and audio. Although we cannot be together physically, we can gather together spiritually to pray together. Click on full screen to see video on your mobile device.

"Fr. Matthew’s Reflection for Second Sunday of Easter "

 

This is Fr. Matthew’s reflection for the Third Sunday of Easter. Please join Fr. Matthew in prayerful reflection. And, thanks to Rev. McIntyre and her congregation for sharing YouTube with us.

This is Fr. Matthew’s reflection for the Fourth Sunday of Easter. Please join Fr. Matthew in prayerful reflection. And, thanks to Rev. McIntyre and her congregation for sharing YouTube with us.

 


This is Fr. Matthew’s reflection for the Fifth Sunday of Easter. Please join Fr. Matthew in prayerful reflection. And, thanks to Rev. McIntyre and her congregation for sharing YouTube with us.

This is Fr. Matthew’s gospel and reflection for the Sixth Sunday of Easter.

 

 

Please join Fr. Matthew Brunet and Rev. Erin McIntyre of Knox-St. Paul United Church as they share their thoughts from the Acts of the Apostles for this Ascension  Sunday. Perhaps it is worthwhile to remember that the goal of ecumenism is to recognize that although  faith traditions vary positive relationships can be established as we are all children of God.

 

 

"Ecumenical reflection and prayer service for Pentecost"

 

 

Once again this week Fr. Matthew Brunet of St. Peter’s and Rev. Erin McIntyre of Knox-St. Paul’s United Church have prepared an ecumenical prayer and reflection service for Trinity Sunday. You are invited to join them in prayer.

 

Fr. Matthew's Ecumenical Reflection with Rev. Erin McIntyre

 

Fr. Matthew Brunet’s prayerful reflection for the 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time. Fr. Matthew invites you to join him as he shares his reflection for the Gospel of Matthew 10: 26 – 33.

 

Fr. Matthew invites you to join him as he shares his thoughts on the Gospel of Matthew 10: 37-42.
Did you know that you have an invisible bucket? Listen to Father Matthew for the inside story.

 

 

You are invited to join Fr. Matthew and Rev. Erin McIntyre as they pray and reflect on Matt. 11: 25-30.
A question to ponder: "Do we see Jesus among us in difficult times?"

 

 

 

Please join Fr. Matthew Brunet and Rev. Erin McIntyre of Knox-St. Paul’s United Church, as they reflect this week from St. Peter’s Church, on the Gospel of Matthew 13. 24-30. What does it mean to be an authentic Christian? Tune in to discover.

 

 

 

Please join Fr. Matthew and Rev. Erin McIntyre as the pray and reflect on the treasure of the kingdom of God from the Gospel of Matthew. You will find it worthwhile.

 

 

Please join Fr. Matthew Brunet  and Rev. Erin McIntyre, this week from St. Peter’s, as they reflect on Matthew’s Gospel 14. 13-21. Are we selfish or compassionate during these covid times? How would Jesus handle these difficult days? Pray and reflect with Father and Rev. Erin

 

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Special Announcements

Message from Miss Terry:

Hello boys and girls,
If you remember last week we heard the Resurrection story and how two women went to the tomb and it was empty. The story continues so listen carefully.
Miss Terry

 

 

Hi, Boys and Girls,
This week we will hear about someone close to Jesus who had doubts.
Find out what happens when you tune in to listen to the next episode of our Easter Story.

 

Miss Terry

 

 

Hello boys and girls,
This weeks story is about caring and love.
There is Farmer Hilda and best of all Jesus in the Gospel of John.
Our challenge this week is to thank someone who cares for you and loves you.
Hope you enjoy our time together.
Love and prayers,
Miss Terry

 

Hello boys and girls,
This week Jesus wants us to trust him and believe in him. He loves his children and wants them to be happy.
So let’s listen to what Jesus has to say. 
Miss Terry

 

Hi boys and girls, Our story of Jesus continues and this is the Sunday we celebrate going home to his Father in heaven. It is called The Ascension of the Lord. Listen well because next week the story continues and it is exciting. Love and prayers, Miss Terry

Hi boys and girls,
Our story of Jesus continues and this is the Sunday we celebrate going home to his Father in heaven. It is called The Ascension of the Lord. Listen well because next week the story continues and it is exciting.


Love and prayers,
Miss Terry

 

 

 

 

 

St. Peter’s Bruce Cicarelli has once again prepared a set of inspirational music for your reflection.

 

This weekend we celebrate a birthday. Watch and listen to find out whose
birthday it is. Love and prayers.
Miss Terry

 

Hi boys and girls,
This week we celebrate the Most Holy Trinity. You will also meet a new friend of Jesus. Be sure to watch.
Love and prayers,

Miss Terry

 

Hello boys and girls,
June is a very special month because it's all about Jesus.
This we will talk about Jesus' Gift of himself in the Holy Eucharist.
So tune in.
Love and prayers,
Miss Terry

 

Hello boys and girls,

If you remember last week I told you that June was all about love. The love story continues. Be sure to watch and listen.

Love you,

Miss Terry

 

 

Hello boys and girls,
This week join with me as we listen for a special word that Jesus uses in the Gospel of Matthew 10: 40-42.
There are a few surprises too, so tune in.
Love and prayers,
Miss Terry

 

 

 

Hello boys and girls,
These past weeks we have been speaking about how much God loves us. This week Jesus shows us yet another way. So be sure to watch.
Love and prayers,

Miss Terry

 

 

Hello boys and girls,
This week Jesus talks about planting a garden. Watch and listen as he tells us how our garden will grow.
Love and prayers,
Miss Terry

Hello my young friends,
It was wonderful to see some of you last weekend even though we couldn't give hugs. The story of Jesus' garden continues with a story about wheat and weeds.
Love you all,
Miss Terry

 

Hello, my young friends,
What is a treasure? Have you ever found one?
Tune in to find out what Jesus has to tell us.
Hugs,
Miss Terry

 

Hello my young friends,
It’s so wonderful to see you at church. You bring joy to our hearts.
What would you do if a big group of friends showed up at your house hungry?
Tune in to find out what Jesus did.
Hugs, Miss Terry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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