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Lasting and healthy change is difficult to achieve because there are so many forces that work to keep change from happening. The societal, cultural, and/or personal forces must be resisted by the person or organization that decides the change they desire is necessary. However, most of the time it is not enough to simply make

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    Ascension Sunday

    This Sunday St. Philip’s will be celebrating the Ascension. The celebration of Ascension seems to be overlooked due to the events that precede and follow it. The deeply emotional journey of Holy Week that brings us to Easter and the thrilling event of the Pentecost are stories that deserve our attention. However, if we do

  • Celebrate Recovery Merger

    Celebrate Recovery has merged with Celebrate Recovery @ Church of Christ, one block away, across the park. We meet on Thursdays at 7pm at 170 St Mary Rd (door @ Parking). See: www.stphilips-norwood.ca St. Philip’s has been happy to be able to allow Celebrate Recovery to use our space for their meetings over the last

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    Confirm not Conform

      Beginning on Tuesday, October 20th, at 7:00 pm, St. Philip’s will be offering Confirm not Conform. Confirm not Conform is a program for adult Christian formation put out by Forward Movement. If people are familiar at all with Forward Movement it is usually through their daily devotional series Forward Day by Day. The video at the top of

About St. Philip’s

The history of the Church of St. Philip’s begins at the turn of the 20th century. At that time, there was no bridge over the Red River to the rest of the area now known as the City of Winnipeg. In the year 1900, Mr & Mrs. W. H. McKinney approached the Venerable Archdeacon Fortin with a view to having services in Norwood. The result was that on May15th, 1900, Sunday School and Services were started in the McKinney home on the corner of Linden Avenue which is now Lyndale Drive and Marion Street. The Rev. E. Burch was assigned to the parish in the role of Curate. On November 18th, 1900. the “Little Wooden Church” was opened on Eugenie Street by the Venerable Archdeacon Fortin, then Rector of Holy Trinity Church, Winnipeg. Thus began the life of St. Philip’s Church.(parish program from 100th anniversary service).

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