Posts tagged Easter
Featured Event - Easter Eggstravaganza

It’s time to spring into the season and shake off the cold. On Saturday, April 20th, The Fenelon Falls & District Chamber of Commerce is hosting annual favourite event, Easter Eggstravaganza. Children will search the town with a map of participating sponsors from 10 am to 1 pm to collect stamps which are redeemed for treat bags at the Easter Bunny Headquarters. Additional family friendly activities include crafts, face painting, cookie decorating, and a bunny petting zoo. We hope to see you there!

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Easter Services for Churches in Fenelon Falls

Submitted by the Fenelon Falls Associations of Churches


Fenelon Falls United

123 Colborne St., Fenelon Falls

Palm Sunday, April 14th with Maxine Jordan preaching. We will have a Hot Cross bun lunch after worship.

Good Friday, April 19th service will be at 11:00 a.m.

Easter Sunday, April 21 st service will be at 11:00 a.m. with Rev. David Iverson preaching.


Trentside Baptist Church

80 Colborne St., Fenelon Falls

Good Friday, 10 a.m.

Easter Sunday, 9 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.


Immanuel Baptist Church

20 Bond Street E., Fenelon Falls

Good Friday 10:30 a.m.

Easter Sunday Morning Breakfast 9:a.m., Sunday Service 10:30 a.m.


St. James Anglican

7 Bond Street E., Fenelon Falls

April 14, Passion/Palm Sunday

9:00am Christ Church, Blessing of the Palms and Holy Eucharist

11:00am St James Palm Procession and Holy Eucharist

As we begin Holy Week, come and participate in the great drama of Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem and then experience the Passion of Christ in the words of the Gospel of Luke.

April 17th, Wednesday in Holy Week

7:30am St James Holy Eucharist followed by breakfast

1:00am Christ Church The conclusion of: “A Man of Sorrows”

Holy Eucharist and potluck lunch

7:00pm St James Tenebrae

A service of darkness and shadow reflecting the sombre mood of the journey to the cross

April 18th, Maundy Thursday

7:00pm St James

5:00pm A simple potluck supper sharing fellowship as Jesus and his disciples did.

6:00 - 7:00pm Footwashing and Institutio of the Eucharist

We celebrate Holy Communion, “strip the altar”, then leave the church in the Darkness of Gethsemane.

April 19th, Good Friday

11am Christ Church

The Celebration of the Lord’s Passion

A time to reflect on our complicity in Jesus’ death in word, music and prayer.

2:00 pm St James Interactive Good Friday Service

April 20th, Holy Saturday

7:30pm Christ Church

Blessing of the New Fire, Renewal of Baptismal Vows, & Holy Eucharist.

An ancient liturgy where we remember God’s work of Salvation throughout faith history.

A Resurrection Party will follow the service as we come together in Word, Sacrament, and fellowship.

April 21st, Easter Day

9:00am Christ Church and 11:00am St James Holy Eucharis

A joyous celebration of the Resurrection


Shiloh Christian Centre

183 County Road 8, Fenelon Falls

Good Friday Co operative Service @ Faith Tabernacle, Coboconk @ 2 p.m.

Easter Sunday 10:30 a.m.


St. Aloysius Catholic Church

41 John St., Fenelon Falls

Holy Thursday April 18th Mass at 6 pm (4 p.m. in Bobcaygeon)

Good Friday April 19th Mass at 3 p.m. (6 p.m. in Bobcaygeon)

Easter Vigil April 20th Mass at 6 p.m. (8 p.m. in Bobcaygeon)

Easter Sunday, April 21st - 11 am Mass in Fenelon Falls at St. Aloysius.

Easter Sunday, April 21st - 9 am Mass in Bobcaygeon at Our Lady Queen of Peace


St. Andrews Presbyterian

89 Colborne St., Fenelon Falls

Good Friday Pancake Breakfast 8 a.m.

Good Friday Service 9 a.m.

Easter Sunday 11 a.m.


Knox Presbyterian

Glenarm

Easter Sunday 9:30 a.m.


Salvation Army Citadel

42 Bond St. West, Fenelon Falls

Good Friday Service Friday, April 19 at 10:30 am

Easter Sunday Service Sunday, April 21 at 10:30 am

On the Way Home: Films for Lent

Submitted by Sylvia Keesmaat

As the days get longer and our thoughts turn towards spring, St. James Anglican Church is once again offering a film series during the five weeks leading up to Easter. This year’s theme, “On the Way Home,” features five films that explore the themes of leaving home, returning home and making home together.

Each evening begins with a screening of a film and then a very short discussion with the audience of the film’s themes. The discussion will be facilitated by Brian Walsh and Sylvia Keesmaat, who have chosen a mix of old films and new, and a variety of genres. Join us for as many films as you like. There is no charge. Refreshments will be served. All films begin at 7pm.

March 13: The Wizard of Oz (US, 1939 - Musical)

There’s no place like home. The classic story of Dorothy who thinks she has lost her home, only to learn that home will never leave her abandoned.

March 20: Brooklyn (Ireland, 2015 - Romantic Drama)

A story of immigration, love and home.

March 27: Where do we go Now? (Lebanon, 2011 - Comedic Musical)

The women of an isolated Lebanese town go to extreme (and hilarious) lengths to maintain peace and a sense of home between Christian and Muslim neighbours.

April 3: Pride (UK, 2015 - Comedy, Drama)

What happens when the LGBTQ community decides to support the miners in the Welsh mine strike of 1984? Whom do we welcome into our homes?

April 10: Won’t you be my neighbor? (US, 2018 - Documentary)

A documentary on the homemaking life of Mr. Rogers.

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