Sarah Cardwell, St. Paul’s organist/choirmaster of 27 years, will be leaving Fort Erie at the end of September. The parish plans a farewell for her at the luncheon on Sept. 29, following the annual Memorial service.
If you would like to contribute to a gift for her from the parish, please contact either Linda Reid or Linda Everett.
Please share this information with anyone who would want to contribute to such a gift.
Rev. Dr. W. Wayne Fraser,
co-author with Dr. Eleanor Johnston of
St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Fort Erie,
St John’s Anglican Church, Stevensville,
English Master, retired,
Ridley College, St. Catharines, ON
–You are a child of Creation, much beloved. All will be well.
–Love actually IS all around.
St Paul’s Golf Day – @ Emerald Pines Golf Course Saturday September 7th 9:30 a.m. tee off. Invite your family, friends and neighbours. 9 holes, cart and meal Cost is $ 25.00. Non Golfers are welcome – meal only for $ 10.00, come and partake in the fellowship. Sign up sheet on the table in the Narthex – please confirm that you are attending so that we can inform the Club what to expect.
Remember: It’s not about the golf, it’s about the fellowship!
The missing homilies from the end of May and beginning of June have now been upload and are available to be read. A new page has also been added for homilies given by The Reverend Daniel Bennett and The Rev’d Roderick McDowell, Deacon.
You will find the new page by hovering over the Homily link in the menu.
Note also, the layout for the homilies has changed and you may now find the Homilies (for Reverend Dr. Wayne Fraser) listed by month.
The play, ‘The Vicar of Now’ will be offered following both services on June 30th.
Don’t forget the Multi-Congregational Service and Picnic this Sunday, June 23 – 10 a.m. at Old Fort Erie. Following the service there will be Pot Luck lunch and time of fellowship. Please remember to bring your own cutlery and chair along with your favourite dish to share.
Ecumenical Lenten worship services, 12:10 – 12:35 p.m. each Wednesday of Lent, a time of fellowship and breaking bread together (Brown Bag lunch, tea and coffee provided) will follow the service. All are welcome and invited to attend.
- February 20 – at First Baptist Church, corner of Bertie St. and Central Ave.
- February 27 – at St. Andrew’s Know Presbyterian, corner of Central and Emerick Ave.
- March 6 – at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, corner of Gilmore Rd. and Lakeshore Rd.
- March 13 – at St. Michael’s Roman Catholic Church, Central Ave.
- March 20 – at Trinity Lutheran Church, corner of Bertie St. and Central Ave.
- March 27 – at Bethel Pentecostal Church, 500 Central Ave.