St. Augustine’s - Parkland Anglican Church

Spruce Grove, Alberta

Rooted in the Word and in worship, we strive to be a vibrant community, shining the light of Christ into the world around us.

Our church building is appropriately located on Church Road in beautiful Spruce Grove and we also have parishioners from Stony Plain, Parkland County, and the city of Edmonton.

Our congregation has been active in these communities for over two decades, initially as a "mission church", meeting in homes and churches of other denominations. We're now into our second Spruce Grove home and would love to have you come and worship with us!

Upcoming Events and Announcements

Jiggs Dinner + Concert + Silent Auction

Friday, October 21st is the date where you can:

  1. Eat an amazing dinner.
  2. Watch a super east coast music concert.
  3. Bid on dozens of of valuable items in a silent auction.

The performing band is the quintet, "Fiddles 'n Stix." Based in Sherwood Park, this group has performed its Celtic-tinged music throughout the Edmonton area for about eight years. In addition to being great musicians, the band members have an overwhelming urge to inject significant dollops of comedy into each performance.

Tickets to the dinner and concert are $50 and concert-only tickets are available for $25.

For those not in the know, a Jiggs dinner is a traditional Newfoundland/Labrador meal of salt beef, root vegetables, cabbage, turkey and gravy, pease pudding, and pie for dessert.

Grab a letter-sized poster for the event here

Service Times


Our Sunday morning worship service is a traditional Anglican service of Holy Eucharist. What that means is that we come together to pray, to hear and reflect on Scripture, to hear through a sermon how God's word applies to our daily lives, and to ask God to transform us into the people he wants us to be. All of these things help us to affirm our faith.

One of the most important features of Anglican Christianity is taking part in the sacrament of Holy Eucharist. We believe that sacraments are a means by which God blesses us with his presence by entering in to ordinary things, such as the bread and wine we receive during the eucharist, or the waters in which we are baptized. Holy Eucharist is the heart of our weekly Sunday worship, and is a means by which we express who we are as God's children, gathered around his table. "Eucharist" means "Thanksgiving" in ancient Greek, which is the language used by the authors of the gospels. So, each Sunday we say "thank you" to Jesus for bringing us into relationship with God!

Our regular Sunday morning service time is 10:00.

We gather together to sing, worship, give thanks, and encounter Jesus through God's word, the sacraments, and one another.

Nursery, Adventure Centre for kids, and Youth Bible study are available during the service.

We end our worship with coffee, tea, juice, homemade treats, and fellowship in the foyer.

Roster - June, July, August

Roster - September & October

Church Newsletters

Grab yourself a copy of the latest (and recent past) church newsletters!

Easter 2016 Letter

Advent 2015 Letter

Advent/Christmas 2014

In "Internetspeak" it's called "content." For most of us, they're just called announcements, news, articles, or pictures. And we always need more of 'em to fill our site.

If you've got something you'd like to let the people of our parish — and the rest of the world — know about, please drop me a quick e-mail and let me know.

Ian

 

Yessiree!
We're on Facebook!


Our Photo Library