Ordinations - Summer 2016


Because June 18, 2016 is a Saturday there is no free parking in Park Place Parkade, however there is a Parking Pass (linked below). The Parking Pass must be displayed on your car's dashboard at all times. The Pass also includes the following important information:

This Pass is valid for parking at Park Place Parkade June 18, 2016. Entry is from 8am to 12pm.

Once you have parked you must buy a ticket from the machine using code:3211 which will give you the $5 flat rate.

After the event the gates to the parkade may be shut (particulary if after 12pm). To access the parkade after hours please go to the Park Place Building main entrance at 666 Burard, press the buzzer outside for security and ask for the parkade. There are elevators directly ahead of you that will take you down to the parkade.

NOTE: This pass is NOT valid at Cathedral Place Parkade, located immediately prior to the lane on Hornby Street, just south of the Park Place Parkade entrance.


Bishop Skelton has moved three Postulants to the status of Ordinands: Ross Bliss, a longtime member of St. Paul’s who will begin his third year of seminary at Huron College; Mark Munn who is completing a placement as Parish Intern at St. Mary's, South Hill with Fr. Expedito Farinas and Lucy Price who is a Student Intern at St. James' with Fr. Kevin Hunt.

Patricia Ratcliffe, currently serving at St Catherine of Alexandria, Port Coquitlam with Archdeacon Karen Urquhart has been made an Ordinand for the Vocational Diaconate by Bishop Skelton.

The Reverend Liz Hamel currently vocational deacon at Christ Church Cathedral and the Anglican Chaplain at Vancouver General Hospital has been moved to Postulant for the Priesthood and will be moved to the status of Ordinand.

Bishop Skelton has also signified her intention to ordain to the Priesthood the Reverend Alex Wilson, curate/deacon at St. Anselm’s and the Reverend Clare Morgan, curate/deacon at St. Philip Dunbar.

The ordinations will take place on Saturday, June 18th at 10:30am at Christ Church Cathedral. We will anticipate the Feast of St John the Baptist and the liturgical colour is white.

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