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Archive for November 2017

We’d like to help in our neighbourhood … your ideas?

originally posted 19 November 2017 We’re looking for ways to help in our neighbourhood by making a positive difference for our neighbourhood. We’d love to get your input and hear your ideas. So… what are your thoughts and ideas on how to do this? what would make a positive difference meet a neighbourhood need help…

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Blessings to our Servers

l-r Christopher Nadeau-Lavallée, Autumn Konkle, and Trinity Garvey Blessings to our Servers and welcome to our new Servers. It is great to have each of you as part of our Celebrations of the Eucharist each Sunday. Father Doug has been working with our young people in preparation for Confirmation. As interest has grown among the…

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All Saints’ Day with Holy Baptism

l-r  Evan, Randy with Korben, Rayna, Shannon after their Baptisms Homily by Father Glenn Empey This is a happy day. This is a happy day for Evan. It’s a happy day for Rayna. It’s a happy day for Korben. (Even though he might not be so aware of that yet.) It’s an especially happy day…

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Christmas Bazaar 150

It was fifty days before Christmas and The Christmas Bazaar 150 was a great spot to begin getting in the spirit. Home-made baked goods sold out quickly after the opening at 11 am on Saturday 4 November. Over 18o folks from the community took time to check out the Bazaar which had a Canada 150…

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A timely encore from PtboCanada about church sign

“St. Luke’s Anglican Church In Peterborough Has Awesome Funny Signs” On Sunday 26 November, PtboCanada posted a comment on Facebook: — via from February 26, 2017 St. Luke’s Anglican Church in Peterborough’s East City posts witty messages on their signs that are definitely getting noticed in the community and way beyond. Singer/songwriter Carling Stephen took this…

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