Welcome to Dayspring

Even though some people feel comfortable about in-person participation in worship services and other activities, Dayspring will continue to livestream our services on ZOOM and make other meetings and activities (e.g. Bible study) available online.

That is, we envision an ongoing “Mixed Presence” community for our worship, faith formation activities, community service, and governance.

For access to the livestream of our Sunday Worship Services, click here.

Free Tax Preparation Service

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ERRATUM: We have unintentionally used “Make Tax Time Pay” and the e4c logo in previous references to the Dayspring Presbyterian Church free tax clinic.

As this phrase and logo belong to another organization, we have corrected this and have removed the phrase and logo from our announcements.

Food Bank Depot and DUDS @ Dayspring

Dayspring has been a Depot of Edmonton’s Food Bank for over 25 years. We’ve been able to provide volunteers EVERY SINGLE Thursday during that time, except for a couple of months that the Food Bank was shut down in the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many Dayspringers have volunteered their time to keep it going through all of these years.
Here is a link to the website of  Edmonton’s Food Bank.
Need Food Assistance? Phone 780.425.4190.
General Inquiries: Phone 780.425.2133.

STAYING WELL

Cold and flu season is upon us once again. Coupled with a rise in cases of Covid 19 and its aftereffects the Session of Dayspring believes it is a good time to remind everyone about the importance of public safety. The Session recommends the wearing of masks for anyone with symptoms of an illness or a compromised immune system as well as reasons of personal choice. We recommend joining worship online for anyone feeling unwell. We would also recommend speaking with your doctor about your own personal health status and making an informed decision about vaccinations. As always, the first line of defence for a healthy winter season remains hand washing in combination with an awareness of what is going on around you. Stay well, stay kind and stay safe.

–  (On behalf of the Session) Rev. Brad Childs