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St Paul’s Invitational Golf Day

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Aug 262015

St Paul's Invitational Golf Day

St Paul's is hosting and inviting you to come out and play - a round of golf, to enjoy the day and fellowship. We'll play at Rio Vista Golf Club 85 Crooks St, Fort Erie, ON L2A 5N1 - Ph:(905) 871-0921 on Sunday September 27th, 2015 @ 1:00 pm.                                                                                         Call the Church before September 19 at 905-871-6704 to register.                                                                                                       Costs: Golf,cart and meal $34.00 / Meal only $10.00 +

Elton Lammie @ St Paul’s

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Aug 262015

Elton Lammie - Pub Night at St Paul's

Elton Lammie plays at St Paul's Anglican Church on September 18 2015, doors open at 7:30 pm, Elton takes over the hall at 8:00 pm.                                                                                                                                       Tickets are available through Choir members or by calling the parish office, 905 871-6704.                                                                                       Don't wait and be disappointed.                             Tickets are limited.

Vandalism in Churchyard

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Aug 142015

The Church yard was recently damaged by vandalism on two occasions sometime between August Monday 10th after 9 pm and August Tuesday 11th 9am and again sometime Tuesday evening to Wednesday morning.

6 headstones toppled

6 headstones toppled

#22Days project Truth & Reconciliation

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Jun 022015

St. Paul’s bells will toll for 22 minutes over 22 days in solidarity with the 22 Days Project.

The Anglican Church of Canada is calling for 22 days of prayer and renewal in its commitment to healing and reconciliation for all the peoples of Canada—Indigenous and non-Indigenous. The #22days initiative kicked off with a Walk for Reconciliation attended by nearly 10,000 to mark the start of the Truth and Reconciliation (TRC) closing event in Ottawa. It will conclude with the National Aboriginal Day of Prayer on Sunday, June 21.

#22Days project

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