Pastoral Letter from Bishop John Stephens
Please click the link below to read the Diocesan statement on the recent discovery of the remains at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School.

"May God guide us to move forward in ways that honour renewed relationships and with
determination that there must be a change in how we share this land with Indigenous people, how
we uphold with respect and resolve the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous
Peoples, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of this country, the Anglican Council of
Indigenous Peoples, Residential School survivors and those who have much to teach us about living
out the gospel of grace and love."

-Bishop John Stephens

Report of the Truth & Reconciliation Commission Tk̓emlúps te Secwépemc Media Release
Sunday worship services will be held virtually using the ZOOM platform at 10:00am. Tuesday Tea from 10-11a on Zoom.

St. John he Divine is currently following these procedures...

Office visits by appointment Mondays 10a-2p. Please phone or email the office or Rev. Laurel

Rev. Laurel will be visiting parishioners at home a few times each week, beginning with those who don't have access to Zoom services or email access. If you would like a visit please contact Rev. Laurel or the office. Visits include tie to catch up, prayer together, and Communion (bread only).

Please note all COVID prevention protocols are still in place (limited time together, masks, distance, hand washing)

How to Connect Provincial Updates

Provincial Reopening Plan

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