Welcome to our church website! We are so glad you found our internet home. We’ve just moved in, so there’s a lot of unpacking to do yet. We hope you can come back soon to see the whole place.
For now, here’s some basic information about us:
Presently, we are gathering at 10:30 am online and in-person, every second Sunday.
Who are we?
St. Julian’s Table is an ecumenical gathering in an Anglican space, on Treaty 1 territory.
Ecumenical means that we have members from various church traditions. We don’t expect anyone to disown their affiliation with the church they grew up in or to sign on with a new denomination in order to join with us. We have participants from Mennonite, Presbyterian, Lutheran, Catholic and United Church backgrounds along with long-time members of the Anglican church.
Anglican space means that we inhabit the 116 year-old sanctuary of St. James Anglican, in continuity with the “the little church with a big heart” that gathered there under the leadership of Father Jim Wolf, a beloved pastor we still dearly miss. We are grateful for the generosity and the broadmindedness of the Anglican Diocese of Rupertsland to bless Saint Julian’s Table as “the faithful expression of our worship…fully at home in and amidst the life of St James’ Anglican Church, Beausejour.”
Treaty 1 Territory means that we acknowledge the authority and the hospitality of the First Nations of this place, to whom we owe our opportunity for a peaceable presence here on Turtle Island. The four directions blanket that holds our sacred bundle reminds us of this covenant relationship whenever we gather. We acknowledge the wisdom of traditional Indigenous teachings and the beauty of traditional Indigenous ways of praying.
Contact us for more information at:
email@example.com or phone Marcus Rempel at 204-205-0664 to find out more about St. Julian’s Table.