In addition to gathering weekly for prayer & worship, members of the St. Brigids Community also come together to hang out, to learn, and to serve in response to the needs in our wider community.
These are some of those upcoming gatherings.
St. Brigids meets for worship in the Cathedral’s sanctuary, located on the upper level of this historic church on the corner of West Georgia and Burrard.
This Lenten Pop-Up study will focus on areas of fracture in society with ideas of how we can come together regardless of race, nationality, faith, sexual orientation, or identity, as one humanity for the healing of the world.
Join the St. Brigids community for an hour-long experience of prayer using ancient prayer practices, guided meditations, and Taizé-inspired chant.
Word of Light: John’s Gospel in the Flesh is a one-man dramatized story-telling of the Gospel of John by Angus Stuart.
We will observe the second day of Holy Week with Tenebrae, a reflective service of candlelight, music and prayer that will be sung by the Cathedral Choir.
Jonah is a tale of repentance and God’s forgiveness and it’s so much more. It’s an existentialist tale of self-doubt and terrible business travel (including a three-night stay at the Sheraton Leviathan). On the Wednesday of Holy Week, we invite Avi Dolgin for an evening of performance followed by a talk-back session. This event begins at 7.30pm. Parking Cathedral […]
Tonight we begin the Three Days during which we participate once again in the saving power of Jesus’ passing over from death into life.
The Good Friday service continues the journey through the Three Days of Jesus’ suffering, death and resurrection.
Our celebration of the Three Days culminates in a resurrection party – with baptisms – on Easter evening.
On Sunday April 16th we celebrate Easter at our normal time and place with a baptism. After the 5.30pm St. Brigids Eucharist, we’ll party into the evening with food, drink, and great conversation.