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The day to day partnerships of epiphany|verdun, 4322 rue Wellington
Day to day and week to week, through partnerships 4322 Wellington is becoming a center of the Verdun community. Through association, synergies are developing to bring one another together with reason and purpose to encourage and love one another along the way.
Sunday Eucharist service begins each week, where the word is read and initiated into thought. Lunch follows with the congregation gathering around the table to break bread in the community. Wednesday at noon, Church of the Epiphany gathers again for noon Eucharist and prayer followed by a soup lunch.
Montréal Korean Community Church shares our building as they worship on Sunday afternoons, Wednesday and Friday evenings as well as daily early morning prayer.
Epiphany lifelong learning center continues through the week, to provide a place for our neighbors to grow in learning through community, with each relationship seeking through synergies to make a difference in this world, one person and day at a time.
Handicraft/Knitwits & Book Club. Wednesdays;13:15 – 16:00. Members and friends of Church of the Epiphany gather on alternating Wednesday afternoons to learn creative ways to make practical items and decorations for our church suppers and bazaars. And on the 3rdWednesday our Book Club gather to discuss literary works.
Reclaim Literacy is formidable in teaching adults the best practices for managing reading difficulties. Reclaim’s hours are respected as follows: Mon.9-3:00, Tue.9-3:00, Wed.9-12:30,and Thur.9-12:30.
Together with Reclaim and in conjunction with Verdun sans faim, epiphany|verdun prepares and serves lunches to the community on the 2ndand 4thThursday of the month, a welcome relief to many of our neighbors who are lonely or just need a good meal in a friendly environment.
Ciné-Verdun has partnered with epiphany|verdun to show film documentaries followed by a community discussion on selected Monday evenings and weekends. Each event designed to teach, inspire and encourage our neighbors to realize the difference we can all make one person and activity at a time.
Vegan Workshops continue to attract many health conscience neighbors on Tuesday evenings looking for alternatives to meat consumption while being aware of other dietary concerns; eating better means living better.
Got Bible? Epiphany’s biblical education series lead by Dr Jason B Crawford gathers together Thursday evenings for those individuals seeking to know and understand the word of God; how it came to be and what it can mean in our lives today.
Verdun Army Cadets. Imagine, upwards to 50 neighborhood youth share our space on Thursday evenings seeking leadership formation with an eye to community development and service.
Growing Together. A new initiate with CCS to give parents with children ages 0-5 a chance to meet other adults by sharing each other’s experiences while learning about local social services for them and their families. Fridays at 11:30 for discussion followed by lunch.
Our partnerships continue to grow as we expand our community garden with a neighborhood garden coordinator, Un plant de tomate à la fois. And as we collaborate with our universities to teach grief counseling alongside the indigenous, always continuing to seek ways to open our space with creative and efficient stewardship, sharing and learning together in Christ’s love and harmony with our neighbors.
Got Bible? is back on January 22,
Yes, Tuesday evenings now; stay Tuned !!!
Register today; new location for our first session:
Vegan Workshop is ready for you, register and discover our wonderful menus.