Worship Services

Public Worship

COVID-19 restrictions through January

St. Augustine’s is currently closed to in-person worship and other events due to the risk of the Omicron Variant which is highly contagious and is working its way through the population at rates higher than anything we have witnessed to date with COVID-19. For more information, please visit our COVID Response page.

We hope to reopen in the next few weeks. In the meantime, please join us for livestream worship on Sundays at 10 a.m. 



Livestream Prayer and Worship

Please click the link below which will take you directly to the livestream video on YouTube. Livestream links for home worship will be posted here approximately 15 minutes prior to the service. Facebook users can watch on Facebook Live on our St. Augustine's page here


Click here for January 23, Sunday service livestream @ 10AM (stream will go live at 9:45 AM)

Click here for January 23, 10 am Sunday service bulletin

Click here to read music for The Kilcreggan Mass


The Daily Office

Links for these services will become active right at scheduled time

Compline (traditional) 8:45 PM, Wednesday http://www.facebook.com/staugustinesanglican/video

Compline (Night Prayer - modern language) 8:45 PM, Monday http://www.facebook.com/staugustinesanglican/video

  • Download the booklet for Monday and Thursday Night Prayer.
Schedule for the Daily Office (in-person events suspended through January)
Morning Prayer on Tuesdays and Fridays @ 8:30am (suspended)
Compline on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays @ 8:45 pm (online only)
We encourage you to say the office on your own or with your family on days when no livestream events are offererd.
May His peace and loving presence be with you and yours,
The St. Augustine's Team

A note about "Spiritual Eucharist" services

What is spiritual communion?
Spiritual communion is an ancient practice of the church which takes place during exceptional circumstances when individuals or communities desire to receive the Holy Eucharist but are unable to do so through no fault of their own. This would include the persecuted, prisoners, the gravely sick, and all who are denied access to the sacrament.

The book of common prayer on p, 584 states: "But if a man, either by reason of extremity of sickness, or for  want of warning in due time to the Curate, or by any other just  impediment, do not receive the Sacrament of Christ’s Body and  Blood: he shall be instructed that if he do truly repent him of his  sins, and stedfastly believe that Jesus Christ hath suffered death  upon the Cross for him, and shed his Blood for his redemption,  earnestly remembering the benefits he hath thereby, and giving  him hearty thanks therefor; he doth eat and drink the Body and  Blood of our Saviour Christ profitably to his soul’s health,  although he do not receive the Sacrament with his mouth."

Is it allowed in these circumstances?
Shortly after the pandemic began, clergy from the Anglican Diocese of Calgary received a letter from Archbishop, Greg Kerr-Wilson, in which he discusses the use of Spiritual Communion in online services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Among other important things, he says “I am, therefore, writing to say that those priests who wish to offer this form of ministry certainly have permission to do so.”

What do I need to do?
Simply be present for our services (either the livestream or the video recorded version, later), prayerfully participate, and when we come to that part of the service where you would normally come to the altar and physically receive communion, instead, simply join the celebrant in the short prayer which is printed in your service bulletin. It is that simple.