Who are we? What do we do as God's people?
A statement from Pastor Kimberlynn McNabb:
The Lutheran Church in Halifax for me is about community. Together we learn and grow in our faith. As a pastor I encourage others to find their gifts and use them for the glory of God. We support each other and each others ministries. I also approach church with the idea, "if I am not having fun, neither is anyone else".
I invite you to browse this site and make yourself at home. You are always welcome to attend any of our events in person. The highlight of my week is to worship in Halifax as a community, Sundays at 10:00am, followed by fellowship and coffee (or tea, my preference). I hope to see you there!
God's peace and richest blessings be on you and those close to you.
Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Resurrection in Halifax can be contacted at:
Worship, fellowship, and Sunday School
We meet as a community to worship at 10 am every Sunday. Weekly service generally includes the celebration of Holy Communion (a meal we share as a community and invite visitors to participate in as they feel comfortable). The service runs about an hour and 10 minutes, extending to an hour and a half on occasions of large church attendance (Thanksgiving, Easter, Baptisms, etc),
Sunday School for children begins after communion (about 11:00 am).
Following the service from 11:10am-noon, everyone is invited for coffee/tea and fellowship in the adjoined church hall.
Other Services throughout the Church Year:
Christmas services are usually Christmas Eve 6pm and 8pm, both with Holy Communion
Lent begins with Ash Wednesday Service (including the imposition of ashes), 7-8pm. Holy Week Services include: Maundy Thurs. 7-8pm (includes annointing with oil, foot washing, communion, stripping of the altar); Good Friday 10-11am. Also on Good Friday, the church is open from 5am for individual prayer, 9am a community prayer walk around the neighbourhood.
You are invited to worship and pray with us, for the healing of the world.
GOD you are on a mission and we want to be part of it.
YOU continually pour out your Holy Spirit and provide people who spread Good News.
We want to be Good News bearers.
We begin by surrendering to YOUR Spirit.
Within us provoke YOUR change - empower service.
We see that YOU are on a mission.
YOU have a purpose!
Thanks be to YOU
We are asked to be part of YOUR unifying love for all.
2096 Windsor Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3K 5B3, Canada
Sunday: 10:00am worship with communion
Fellowship: 11:15 am
Sunday School: 11:15 am