Ministry Scheduling

SJE is experimenting with a new resource that is part of our membership software and which promises to help us with the sometimes daunting task of ministry scheduling. As you may be able to imagine it can be difficult to keep in mind the various needs and potential scheduling conflicts for the many people who are scheduled on various ministry teams and different team leaders.

"Servepoint" promises to help us with this by allowing individual people who serve the ability to schedule unavailabilies for service at times when they may be on vacation or working. It will also allow each servant to accept or decline assignments and notify those doing the scheduling of potential conflicts. Servants will generally be notified 30 prior to their scheduled assignment and prompted again after 14 days if they have not accepted or decline. Reminders about the commitment to serve will also be sent one or two days before the actual day of service. In addition to all of this, each person who serves are able to choose the way that they would like to be contacted, whether by text message, e-mail or both. Those without electronic messaging will continue to be contacted by telephone by their team leader.

To login to Servepoint go to rockonlocke.servepoint.net.

  • Your username will be in the format "LastnameFirstname".
  • Your initial password is your last name all lowercase as in "lastname"; unless your last name is shorter than 6 characters long, in which case your password will be your first and last name all lower case as in "firstnamelastname". We encourage you to change your password on your initial login.

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The Liturgical Schedule

The Liturgical Schedule is a listing of all worship services that are planned for the parish and includes a number of details regarding those services. Dates, times, location, type of service, special observances, special liturgies, mission emphases, special requests for intercessors, and so on. These pages are updated regularly as plans progress and so it is hoped that ministry personnel will check the schedule regularly. This schedule is maintained by the Rector.

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  • Wednesday Eucharist
    October 25, 2017

    10 a.m. Holy Eucharist in the tradition of the Book of Common Prayer at the Nave Altar in the church proper.

  • Sunday, October 29, 2017: The Twenty-first Sunday after Pentecost: Harvest Thanksgiving
    October 29, 2017

    8:15 a.m. The Early Service. A quiet said service in the tradition of The Book of Common Prayer, held in the Chapel of St. Michael and St. George (downstairs from the church proper). Preacher: Jody Balint.

    9:30 a.m. The Discovery Service. A less formal liturgy with the worship band. Holy Eucharist. Preacher: Jody Balint.

    11 a.m. The Choral Service. Choral Holy Eucharist with organ and the Parish Choir. Preacher: Jody Balint.

    Sermon series begins: "Discipleship: Learning the Ways of Jesus." Part VII: "Community."

    The Rector will be the presiding celebrant at all services.

  • Wednesday Eucharist
    November 1, 2017

    10 a.m. Holy Eucharist in the tradition of the Book of Common Prayer at the Nave Altar in the church proper.

  • Sunday, November 5, 2017: All Saints Sunday
    November 5, 2017

    8:15 a.m. The Early Service. A quiet said service in the tradition of The Book of Common Prayer, held in the Chapel of St. Michael and St. George (downstairs from the church proper). Presiding Celebrant and Preacher: The Reverend Canon Dr. Brian Ruttan.

    9:30 a.m. The Discovery Service. A less formal liturgy with the worship band. Holy Eucharist. Presiding Celebrant: The Rector. Preacher: The Reverend Canon Dr. Brian Ruttan.

    11 a.m. The Choral Service. Choral Holy Eucharist with organ and the Parish Choir. Presiding Celebrant: The Rector. Preacher: The Reverend Canon Dr. Brian Ruttan.

    Sermon series begins: "Discipleship: Learning the Ways of Jesus." Part VIII: "The Holy Spirit."

  • Wednesday Eucharist
    November 8, 2017

    10 a.m. Holy Eucharist in the tradition of the Book of Common Prayer at the Nave Altar in the church proper.

  • Sunday, November 12, 2017: The Twenty-third Sunday after Pentecost
    November 12, 2017

    8:15 a.m. The Early Service. A quiet said service in the tradition of The Book of Common Prayer, held in the Chapel of St. Michael and St. George (downstairs from the church proper). Presiding Celebrant: The Rector. Preacher: Jody Balint.

    9:30 a.m. The Discovery Service. A less formal liturgy with the worship band. Holy Eucharist. Presiding Celebrant: The Rector. Preacher: Dr. John Bowen.

    11 a.m. The Choral Service. Choral Matins with organ and the Parish Choir. Officiant: The Assistant Curate. Preacher: Dr. John Bowen.

    Sermon series: "Discipleship: Learning the Ways of Jesus." Part IX: "Discipleship and Everyday Life."

  • Wednesday Eucharist
    November 15, 2017

    10 a.m. Holy Eucharist in the tradition of the Book of Common Prayer at the Nave Altar in the church proper.

  • Sunday, November 19, 2017: The Twenty-fourth Sunday after Pentecost
    November 19, 2017

    8:15 a.m. The Early Service. A quiet said service in the tradition of The Book of Common Prayer, held in the Chapel of St. Michael and St. George (downstairs from the church proper). 

    9:30 a.m. The Discovery Service. A less formal liturgy with the worship band. Holy Eucharist. 

    11 a.m. The Choral Service. Choral Holy Eucharist with organ and the Parish Choir. 

    Sermon series: "Discipleship: Learning the Ways of Jesus." Part X: "Mission and Evangelism."

    The Reverend Canon Dr. Brian Ruttan will the the presiding celebrant and preacher at all services.

  • Wednesday Eucharist
    November 22, 2017

    10 a.m. Holy Eucharist in the tradition of the Book of Common Prayer at the Nave Altar in the church proper.


Service Times

Sundays

8:15 a.m., The Early Service, Holy Communion in the tradition of the Book of Common Prayer. In the chapel of St. Michael and St. George.

9:30 a.m., The Discovery Service, with our worship band, a less formal liturgy of Holy Eucharist, in the church proper.

11 a.m., The Choral Service, in the classic Anglican and choral traditions with organ and the Parish Choir.

Wednesdays

10 a.m., Wednesday Chapel Eucharist, Holy Communion in the tradition of The Book of Common Prayer, in the Chapel of St Michael and St George (downstairs).

Thursdays

Messy Church, on the third Thursday of each month. Messy Church is a hands-on worship experience for the entire family with crafts, drama, songs and (perhaps best of all) dinner!

 

Our Mission

God calls us to help people become followers of Jesus, equipped for ministry in the church and in the world, through nurture, worship, evangelism and service.

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320 Charlton Avenue West
Hamilton, ON L8P 2E7
tel: 905-522-0602905-522-0602

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