St. Stephen’s Anglican is hosting a community prayer evening Tuesday, 29 September. This will be a night of contemplative prayer to pray for the refugees of the world, especially the Syrian refugees. There will be docents available to guide you through several contemplative prayers: walking the labyrinth, silent meditation, journaling, mandala colouring, praying the rosary, and more. September 29th is an evening of prayer for the community in the community and all are welcome. The doors open at 7pm. An introduction of the space and the modes of prayer will run from 7:00-7:15, yet you are welcome to drop in and leave as you like.
Michelle Hoogveld is best known for her distinctive use of mixed media, whose work explores the relational boundaries of mediums in a figurative yet abstract fashion.
“My approach to painting is intuitive, yet intentional, utilizing mediums such as oil paint, spray, images and found objects to emphasize the realistic qualities of my subjects, but also to experiment with different methods of layering and abstraction. Drawing upon inspiration from a variety of sources, my aim is to tell a story, centering on personal interactions, habitual routines, the places we encounter and the connections we form with others.”
Midtown Mosaic Oct 2nd -3rd
Ginny, known for her artwork across Canada, enjoys painting landscape, abstract, and floral art in oil and acrylics.
She enjoys portraying bold colours, light and mystery in her artwork.
Ginny moved from Ontario to Calgary in 2000, where she became a member of the Calgary Sketch Club.
Her recent exhibitions include Studio Show in Hawaii, Agriculture for Life Galas in Calgary and Edmonton, Calgary Stampede Artists Window, Calgary Home and Interior and Design Show, Calyx
Midtown Mosaic Oct 2nd -3rd
Jana Milne FINE ART
Inspired by beauty that exists in almost everything – I try to emphasize the vibrancy and spirit sometimes overlooked in our busy lives. A ‘moment in time’ forever captured on canvas.
My work can be found in private collections throughout North America and Europe.
I’m currently represented by:
Latitude Art Gallery,
Avenida Art Gallery
Blue Rock Art Gallery
OAG Okotoks Art Gallery Different
Fallen Leaf Gallery
E-mail: [email protected]
Midtown Mosaic l art and crafts show and sale attracts art lovers and the local community. Come out and see our church transformed into a fine art gallery. Friday, October 3rd from 6 to 9 p.m. Includes live music, wine & cheese reception, silent auction, viewing and sale of the artists’ work. Saturday, October 4th from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. event Includes fine art painting, handcrafted pottery, prints, cards, quilting and jewelry. In addition Activities for children-face painting, story time and an art workshop- will be available. A light lunch will be available for purchase. Admission is free and families are welcome. We are looking for volunteers to assist in planning this great event. Contact Ginny Binder at (403)217-7898 or call the Church office at (403) 244-4879.
Lettice and Loveage is a delightful comic romp from the brilliant Peter Schaffer who gave us Equus and Amadeus. Written as a vehicle for Dame Maggie Smith, the Tony Award winning play tells the story of Lettice Douffet the tour guide of Fustian House.
Deciding that the real history of the hall is boring, Lettice creates a much more interesting story to tell tourists only to be fired for her efforts by Lotte Schoen from Preservation Trust.
The connection between the two women and architecture is only just beginning… The play will feature Maureen Jones and Karen Johnson Diamond, and will be directed by Trevor Rueger. Performance May 9, at 7:30pm in the Church. Tickets are $15 and will be available at the door.
It’s time again to ramble on down for an authentic Stampede breakfast. Join us for sizzling sausages, flapjacks and more on Sunday July 7th 8:30am. Live entertainment by “Padre and the Cow Pies ” with our outdoor worship service to follow at 10:30am.
*Please note: With the kitchen being used for the breakfast there will be no 8:00 service on July 7.
Join other women in deepening fellowship and sharing the journeys of faith at this monthly group hosted in members’ houses, on the 3rd Sunday of each month. Whether you’re a regular parishioner, or even if you’ve never been to St. Stephen’s before, all women are warmly welcome! Meeting in the Canterbury Room (where the coffee is served) right after the 10:30 service, we depart in style to our hostess’s home to enjoy soup, explore a spiritual topic together and share fellowship.
Food is provided: just come as you are! If you’re curious and would like more information, please contact the Rev. Clara King ([email protected]). So that we prepare the right amount of food, RSVPs are required by the Wednesday before. Please phone the office: 244-4879 or email Lynn McKeown our parish administrator ([email protected]) to put your name down and find out where we’re going this time!