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Lenten Programes & Worship




"Anglicanism 101" - A series of study sessions in adult Christian education to be held in St. Peter's Parish Hall, Charlottetown at 7:30 pm on the Tuesday evenings of March 11, 18, 25, and April 8th. Fathers Peter Harris and Ralph Moore will present the history, beliefs, and practices of traditional Anglicanism and the 'whys' of each.

Open to all.



Holy Week Ecumenical Services and Luncheon Series

St. Peter's Cathedral ACW annually provides Lenten soup and sandwich lunches free of charge to all who attend the 1/2 hour noontime service and talk presented by the clergy members of the Charlottetown Christian Council. These are ecumenical services held Monday – Thursday in Holy Week dedicated to Lenten topics, accompanied by short prayer and music. Talks are given by the representative leaders of any of the eleven Christian churches in Charlottetown, and offer inspirational spiritual support, self-examination, and guidance in this penitential season.  

Free will offerings for lunch go entirely to the upkeep of St. Monica's Home for Orphans in Jamaica.


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