Other Ministries

Social Justice & Advocacy

Scripture teaches us that the world is a fallen place. In a fallen world there are many situations of oppression and exploitation that tear down God's creation. As a people called to build up the kingdom of God, it is our duty to be a voice for those whose voices are not heard, to call out systems of exploitation, and to seek to transform unjust structures to be in harmony with God's purpose in all things.

Transcona Park Housing Association

Immanuel's volunteers are involved in the Transcona Park Housing Association by acting as members of the Non-Profit's board of directors.   Volunteers from St. Cecilia's Roman Catholic Church, Christ Lutheran Church, and the Rosemont-Mount Royal Community Association also are part of the association's board.   Denro Property Management continues to manage the property and continues a good working relationship with the Board of Directors.  The on-site manager continues to be a great asset in placing tenants, collecting rents, ensuring maintenances are completed, and monitoring the property for security and maintenance matters.  

Please contact Denro Property Management if you are looking for housing or have questions.  Their website is http://denro.ca/ and their phone number is along with is (306) 586-1501

Transcona Parking Housing Association is responsible for 35 low-income town-house units, 46 subsidized housing units, and one commercial rental space (currently in a long-term lease with Solid Futures, a daycare & early learning centre).  The units are located in Rosemont subdivision just north-west of the corner of Lewvan Drive and 4th Avenue on Transcona Place / Rosemont Crescent / Forget Street / 1st Avenue.

Pastoral Care, Prayer and Contemplation

Be careful for yourselves and for all the people God has given you. The Holy Spirit gave you the work of caring for this flock. (Acts 20:28)

No matter what your age or stage of life, we all experience times of change, challenge, difficulty and need. It is during those times that we need to know that we are not alone. Pastoral care is one of the ways in which we can come alongside people and help them through uncharted waters to arrive at a better place with health and wholeness.

  The Caring Tree Ministry

The Caring Tree Ministry is a ministry for and by the parishioners of Immanuel, with Clergy oversight.  The Caring Tree Ministry is comprised of several Team Leaders who gather the list of those requiring care via a phone call or an in person visit, and work with volunteers to provide that contact.   This ministry came together in early 2022 to respond to an increasing need of caring for each other in building up the body of Christ within the parish of Immanuel.  If you or someone you know is ill, bereaved, shut-in, lonely, in need of at home sacraments, or just in need of hearing that someone is thinking of them, please use our contact form to let us know, or contact Deacon Susan Page at spage@immanuelanglicanregina.ca.

Prayer: as a community of faith, we recognize the importance of prayer. Need prayer? We want to pray with you and for you. Email spage@immanuelanglicanregina.ca.

Adult Christian Education and Spiritual Formation

All Scripture is inspired by God and is useful to teach us what is true and to make us realize what is wrong in our lives.  It corrects us when we are wrong and teaches us to do what is right.  God uses it to prepare and equip his people to do every good work.2 Timothy 3:16 - 17 (New Living Translation)

Adult Christian Education and Spiritual Formation Committee

Immanuel has now formed a committee that will encourage the growth and nurturing of the Christian faith in adults by planning, initiating, and monitoring workshops, programs, and other activities.  If you are interested in joining this committee, or have ideas on what YOU would like to see offered, please email info@immanuelanglicanregina.ca 

Bible Studies

Rev. Blair Dixon leads 2 separate Bible studies each week.  These Bible studies are held at Immanuel church in the lounge.

Wednesdays at 10:00 am - the study of the gospel of Mark.  

Thursdays at 1:30 pm - the study of the book of John.

PWRDF Learning Opportunities

Check this link out for some great learning opportunities hosted by PWRDF (Primates World Relief and Development Fund) There are online webinars as well as a host of other resource types.

PWRDF Learning

Previous Events

Lent 2022 - Women of the New Testament was facilitated by Rev. Winna Martin.

Fall 2021 - two Bible studies/learning opportunities were offered , bot via Zoom.

       Women of the Hebrew Scriptures - part 2 was facilitated by Rev. Winna Martin.

        Growing Deeper in Faith Together - An introduction to the Saint Augustine's prayer book led by Rev. Michael Bruce.  HERE is the poster with more information 

Spring 2021 - two Bible studies were offered at Immanuel, both via Zoom.

       Gospel of John Bible Study series was facilitated by Rev. Nancy Yee.  If you are interested in the detailed information, you can see it here 

       Women of the Hebrew Scriptures Bible Study series was facilitated by Rev. Winna Martin.