Alpha is a series of interactive sessions that engages people in conversations about faith, life and Jesus. Every Alpha session includes food, a short talk (on video or live), and discussion.   Alpha is for everyone – welcoming people from all backgrounds, religions and viewpoints, no matter where they are on their journey.




The Alpha Course is now available Tuesday and Friday mornings, beginning at 10am.

Please contact Rev Peter at to sign up. 


Bible Study

Studying God’s Word can be enjoyable in a warm fellowship setting that permits good dialogue & questions. St. Brice’s has variety of different Bible study groups to fit every person’s need on Tuesday nights at 7PM at the Church. There are two women’s Bible studies at the Church on Tuesday 9:30 AM & Wednesday after the 11AM service for about an hour and a men’s Bible Study Friday at 7:00 AM.

Canadian Anglican Cursillo​

“Anyone who belongs to Christ is a new person. The past is forgotten, and everything is new.”  (2 Corinthians 5:17)

Have you ever wanted to get away for a weekend retreat from it all?  Cursillo is just such an  event – a happening of good fellowship, food and an opportunity to draw closer to Jesus.

Food Bank​

Every Thursdays from 9 – 10:30 AM St. Brice’s volunteers faithfully hands out baskets of food to help families in need.  With current inflation rates adding pressure to the families’ grocery budget, the food bank is an essential ministry. Many donations of food and funds have supported this well-known and worthwhile program.
Jesus said: ‘If we give a cup of water to the least of these we serve Him.’ (Matt 10:42)


Messy Church

Messy Church is an inter-generational program for individuals and families, children and adults, on the third Saturday of every month, beginning at 5pm. “Messy Church” is intended particularly for people who are exploring belonging to a Christian community, who are unable or unwilling to commit to Sunday morning worship. “Messy Church” is followed by Body Building Games and Fellowship Night at 7pm.

Teen Lunch

Friday’s at noon an average of 120 high school students arrive at St. Brice’s to have lunch. A team of 12-15, including people from other Churches, begin at 9 o’clock to set up and cook. Teen Lunch has been going for 10 years developing many relationships with great stories shared. The teens and team count it a privilege to share. Well known in the community the Teen Lunch program has received donations to assist with the costs.