The Altar Guild is dedicated to preparing the Church and sanctuary for all services, including baptisms, weddings and funerals. Our members are an excellent group of workers, who enjoy their commitment, work quietly in the background and can be depended on constantly and consistently to make sure the necessary arrangements are made.
Director: Jeff Enns
Rehearsals: Thursdays, 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Holy Saviour’s Senior Choir sings weekly at the 10:00 AM Sunday liturgy, warming up in the Chancel one hour prior to the service. Holy Saviour’s Senior Choir also sings Mattins at 9:00 AM on the first Sunday of every month, Choral Evensong at 4:00 PM on the third Sunday of most months, and at special services throughout year.
The choir is open to everyone in the community; no audition is required. Music reading skills are helpful, but not required, and can be gained and improved through regular attendance. The choir’s repertoire spans the gamut from medieval chants to Renaissance motets, anthems by the great English masters, and works of recent composition.
Director: Lois Horst, B.Mus.
Rehearsals: Sundays, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM Location: Douna Room
The Generations Choir sings weekly at the 10:00 AM Sunday liturgy, with a practice and warm up in the Music Room one hour prior to the service. As with the Senior Choir, the Generations Choir is open to everyone in the community from ages 5 and up; no audition is required. Musically, the Generations Choirs sings a variety of music, some challenging and some not as much.
Newsletters Editor: Chuck Erion
Chuck Erion edits our quarterly newsletter, What’s New. Jeanette Bell assists with layout and production. Each issue features an interview with a parishioner or one of the staff. Distribution is via email and regular mail for those not online. You can find the latest issue, and back issues, on our front page, and older ones are here:
Lay Assistants and Lectors
Coordinator: Alison Prittie
Lay Assistants assist in the Service of Holy Eucharist. They read a lesson at selected worship services and assist clergy in administering the Holy Eucharist. Lectors read the lessons at all worship services. A schedule is circulated three or four times a year with Lectors and Lay Assistants being scheduled approximately once every two months.
Coordinator: Deb Bailey
Liturgical Assistants are present at most services to assist the Rector with part of the service. For many of us, this minor “calling” is a meaningful part of our service to God in His church.
Coordinator: Alison Prittie
The Server’s Guild at Holy Saviour is composed of women, men, youth members and older children. Instruction and training are provided.
Coordinator: Lois Horst
Our Sunday School program is geared to children from preschool (about 3 years old) to grade 8.