ALBURGH, VERMONT – St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is situated just minutes from the U.S./Canada border. The Rev. Thora Chadwick, vicar of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, also serves as pastor of The Borders Regional Ministry, which includes two churches across the Quebec border immediately to the north—St. George’s Anglican, Clarenceville and St. Thomas’ Anglican, Noyan—both of which are part of the Anglican Church of Canada in the Diocese of Montreal. Services are typically held on Sundays at 10 am, either at St. Luke’s, Alburgh or St. Thomas’, Noyan on alternating weeks. However, Palm/Passion Sunday and Easter are two notable exceptions. Both services are held at St. Thomas’ due to its capacity to accommodate the larger-than-usual attendance.
Services for Palm/Passion Sunday and Easter will take place at St. Thomas’, 1273 chemin de la Petite France, Clarenceville, QC J0J 1B0
Sunday, April 14 at 10 am joint service with St. Thomas’, Noyan*
Sunday, April 21 at 10 am joint service with St. Thomas’, Noyan*
*for directions, call 802-863-8036 or e-mail email@example.com
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