Canadian Council of Churches - 75 Years

2022 Listings / Liste

Event Listings in Canada / Liste des événements au Canada

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Drayton Valley

Daily in-person and online services

Tuesday, January 18 - Monday, January 24

All services held at 7:00 pm MST

  • January 18: Drayton Valley Alliance Church, 5014 56 Ave
  • January 19: Life Church, 5115 50 Ave
  • January 20: Church of God, 5004 49 St
  • January 21: Calvary Baptist Church ( with a youth focus), 4401 50 Ave
  • January 22: Ignited Church, 4951 41 Ave
  • January 23: Valley Worship Assembly, 5707 Power Center Blvd
  • January 24: All Saints’ Anglican Church, livestream online at:

Organized by the Drayton Valley Ministerial Association.

St. Paul

St. Paul's Cathedral

Wednesday, January 19

7:00 pm MST

4625 - 50 Avenue, St. Paul, AB T0A 3A3

Organized by St. Paul & Area Interchurch Group. Join us for an evening of prayer with participation by many community churches. Donations to the St. Paul Food Bank will be gratefully accepted at the service.

Due to limited capacity, please confirm your attendance by contacting Louise Belland. Contact details here.

Or watch our live stream here:

British Columbia


Ecumenical Prayer for Unity and Reconciliation

Thursday, January 20

7:30 pm PST

Join us on Zoom as we pray with our neighbouring Anglican, Catholic, Lutheran, and United friends, as we contemplate reconciliation and unity with each other and with our Indigenous sisters and brothers. The story of Epiphany will guide our reflection. Our guest speaker is The Most Rev. Mark MacDonald, National Indigenous Anglican Archbishop.

Everyone is welcome to join! No registration necessary. Zoom link: 

Please share our poster.

For more information, contact the Focolare Center at or by calling 604-468-2871.


Online Ecumenical Prayer Service

Wednesday, January 19

3:30 - 4:30 pm PST

This ecumenical prayer service is hosted by Archbishop Michael Miller, Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver, and co-led with Senior Pastor Rev. Dr. Ken Shigematsu of Tenth Church (Christian Missionary Alliance) and Senior Pastor Rev. Dr. David Koop of Coastal Church.

All are welcome to watch the livestream from John Paul II Pastoral Centre, The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver: 

Ecumenical Prayer Service

Thursday, January 20

7:00 pm PST

Archbishop Michael Miller of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver will host a prayer service at Holy Rosary Cathedral (646 Richards St). Archbishop Michael will co-lead the prayer service with The Right Reverend John Stephens, Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of New Westminster; Senior Pastor Matt Menzel of Westside Church; and Senior Pastor Rev. Dr. David Koop of Coastal Church. Participating traditions include: Roman Catholic, Anglican, Evangelical, Mennonite. The service will be in-person and livestreamed.

All are welcome to watch the livestream at

Nova Scotia


Online Ecumenical Worship Service

Sunday, January 23

3:00 pm AST

Organized by the Wolfville Area Inter-Church Council. All are welcome to attend, but registration is required. To register, please send an email by Saturday, January 22, to receive the link in time for Sunday, January 23: or

Clergy from the member churches plus clergy committee members will read parts of the 2022 WPCU worship service. Pastor Peter Noteboom, General Secretary of The Canadian Council of Churches, will offer the sermon. Participating traditions include: Anglican, Baptist/United Baptist, Quaker, Roman Catholic, and United Church, plus a university chaplaincy and a L'Arche community. A recording of the service will be made available afterwards on

Please share info about our service: 



Online Ecumenical Worship Service

Sunday, January 23

1:00 pm EST

Members of the Athens Area Ministerial will gather on Zoom to record the liturgy, which will then be shared on the Leeds Anglican Ministries' YouTube channel, with Facebook links to that. All are welcome to watch the live stream at Participating traditions include: Anglican, Baptist, Christian Reformed, Free Methodist, United, with input from Roman Catholic members.


Online service | Prière en ligne

Thursday, January 20 | Le jeudi 20 janvier

7:00 pm EST | 19 h 00 HNE

Presented by the Order of St Lazarus | Présenté par l'Order de Saint-Lazare. Co-presided by | co-présidé par +Thomas Dowd, Catholic diocese of Saulte Ste. Marie | Diocèse catholique de Saulte Ste. Marie and | et +Anne Germond, Anglican dioceses of Algoma and Moosonee | Diocèses anglicans d'Algoma et de Moosonee. All are welcome to participate online (link below). No registration necessary. | Tous sont invités à participer en ligne (lien ci-dessous). L'inscription n'est pas nécessaire. Download the poster | Téléchargez l'affiche.


Holy Trinity Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Church

Sunday, January 23

4:00 pm EST

920 Progress Ave.

Scarborough, ON M1G 3T5

All are encouraged and welcome to join via livestream on Facebook: or YouTube:

Jointly organized by The Office for Promoting Christian Unity (Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Toronto) and The Greater Toronto Area Council of Churches. Preacher: The Rev. Archpriest Fr. Zareh Zargarian.

Limited in person attendance is anticipated. No registration necessary, but please contact Ani Sarvarian at Holy Trinity Armenian Church for more info. Mask required for in person attendance! Contact details:



Célébration œcuménique en ligne | Online Ecumenical Celebration

Le dimanche 23 janvier | Sunday, January 23

15 h 00 HNE | 3:00 pm EST

Nous comptons sur vos prières et espérons que vous serez des nôtres à cette grande fête œcuménique. Nous aimerions que vous invitiez vos paroissiens ainsi que votre entourage à cette célébration. | We would kindly ask you to spread the word about this service, and it is our hope that you, as well as your church members, will attend.

Comité organisateur : Représentants des Églises : Anglicane, Arménienne, Catholique, Imani Family & Full Gospel Baptist Church, Orthodoxes, Presbytérienne, Unie, et le Mouvement des Focolari. | Organizing Committee Representatives from the Churches: Anglican, Armenian, Roman Catholic, Imani Family & Full Gospel Baptist Church Orthodox, Presbyterian, United Churches, and the Focolare Movement.

Rejoindre la réunion par Zoom (l'inscription n'est pas nécessaire) | Join the Zoom meeting (no registration necessary):

Ou en direct sur le Facebook du Centre canadien d'œcuménisme | Or live stream on the Facebook of the Canadian Centre for Ecumenism:

Pour plus d’information svp contactez le Centre canadien d'œcuménisme par téléphone au 514-937-9176 ou par courriel à :


Célébration oecuménique en ligne

Dimanche 23 janvier

à 14 h 00 HNE

Organisée par le Comité de liaison oecuménique de Sherbrooke. Participants de tout le Canada sont invités à participer en ligne (lien ci-dessous)! L'inscription n'est pas nécessaire.

Selon le déroulement proposé par le Conseil des Églises du Moyen-Orient. Les traditions participantes incluent Anglicane, Église Unie du Canada, Syrienne orthodoxe et Catholique romaine. Coprésidents : Mgr Luc Cyr, archevêque de Sherbrooke, et Révérende Linda Buchanan, présidente du Conseil régional Nakonha:ka, Église Unie du Canada. Homéliste : Très révérend Bruce Myers, évêque de l'église Anglicane de Québec.

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Fort Qu'Appelle

Various in-person and online events

Tuesday, January 18 - Tuesday, January 25

Organized by the Fort Qu'Appelle Ministerial and the Qu'Appelle House of Prayer. The prayer for the Octave is varied, and limited because of COVID restrictions. Local communities are encouraged to spend some time each day praying from home, using this year's WPCU resources. Some of these prayer times will be shared with others through Zoom. Four in-person services will take place for just a few people; each of these will be a multi-faith Eucharist with themes from all 8 days of the WPCU. Participating traditions include: Mennonite, Roman Catholic, United Church and Anglican. Local communities are also encouraged to participate in the 8-Day Online Bible Study Series, organized by The Prairie Centre for Ecumenism and The Regina Council of Churches (details below).

Regina / Saskatoon

8-DAY ONLINE WPCU BIBLE STUDY SERIES (by Zoom and live stream on YouTube)

presented by The Prairie Centre for Ecumenism and The Regina Council of Churches

Tuesday, January 18 - Tuesday, January 25

12:15 pm – 1:00 pm CST daily


3:00 pm CST on Sunday, January 23

The 2022 WPCU theme – “We saw the star in the East, and we came to worship him” (Mt 2:2) – is developed through a series of daily reflections. Each day will be led by a different denominational leader. Register for Zoom Bible studies: or watch the live stream on YouTube: For further details, contact Cathryn Wood at

Daily themes and Bible study leaders:

Day 1, Tues, Jan. 18th: Raise us up and draw us to your perfect light: “We observed his star in the East” (Mt 2:2)Rev. Mitchell Anderson, St. Paul’s United, SaskatoonDay 2, Wed, Jan. 19th: Humble leadership breaks down walls and builds up with love:  “Where is the child who has been born king of the Jews?” (Mt 2:2)Rev. Karen Stepko, Christ Lutheran, ELCIC, Rhein, SKDay 3, Thu, Jan. 20th: The presence of Christ, turning the world upside down: “When Herod heard this he was disturbed, and all Jerusalem with him” (Mt 2:3)Queens House Retreat and Renewal Centre – Sarah Donnelly and Simon Lasair, SaskatoonDay 4, Fri, Jan. 21st: Though small and suffering, we lack nothing:  “And you, Bethlehem... are by no means least” (Mt 2:6)Rev. Paul Matheson – First Mennonite, SaskatoonDay 5, Sat, Jan. 22nd: Guided by the one Lord: “Ahead of them went the star that they had seen at its rising” (Mt 2:9)Rev. Amanda Currie – First Presbyterian, ReginaDay 6, Sun, Jan. 23rd: Gathered in worship around the One Lord: “They saw the child with Mary his mother, and they knelt down and paid him homage” (Mt 2:11)Gertrude Rompré, St. Thomas More College, SaskatoonDay 7, Mon, Jan. 24th: The gifts of communion: “Then, opening  their treasure chests, they offered him gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh” (Mt 2:11)The Ven. Cheryl Toth, Anglican Church of Canada, Archdeacon of St. Cuthbert, Diocese of Qu’Appelle, ReginaDay 8, Tues, Jan. 25th: Beyond the familiar routes of separation to God’s new paths:  “They left for their own country by another road” (Mt 2:12)Father Warren Dungen, St. Basil's Ukrainian Catholic Church, Regina

WayBase | 24-7 Prayer Canada | City Movement Prayer Gatherings

Tuesday, January 18 - Tuesday, January 25

online and in person across Canada

various times

Christian leaders across Canada are coming together for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. This is a chance for Christian clergy and leaders from all traditions to pray for the unity and mission of the Church. WayBase, 24-7 Prayer and many city networks are hosting prayer gatherings across Canada, and you’re invited to pray with us.

For a schedule of prayer gatherings and to register, visit