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Thanksgiving Long Term Care Service

Friends Meeting Up

We had our Thanksgiving Long Term Care Service held on October 10th.

Thank you!


Here we are end of September with the Lindsay Exhibition behind us for another year. This was our 44th (or better) year that we have participated in the local fair….a record of which to be very proud.

Overall, we did just fine. After all is said and done, it is YOU volunteers who make it all happen. It would be literally impossible without your dedication. Thank you everyone for your enthusiasm and personal contribution.

You should feel very proud of what you have accomplished.

Ray Marshal and the Fair Booth Committee.

Here are a few images, click on any of them to get a larger version.

2018 Welcome Back

We had a lovely welcome back day on September 16th.  Music was provided by the talented Jocelyn And Naomi Ball.  They sang two songs, “How Amazing” and “Love Like This”.  Our wonderful choir sang an anthem called “I have returned”.  The videos are below.

Love Like This

How Amazing

St. Paul’s Choir

Bowin Isaac Baptism

This past Sunday we had a very special baptism. We baptized Bowin Isaac, son of Goldwin and Bobby at the 10 am service.

Thank you to those who welcomed Bowin into our church family!

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Join our new Coffee Club

image by Cyril SalnierSomething new is brewing:  ST. PAUL’S COFFEE CLUB –

Wednesdays 10:00 a.m. till 11:15 a.m.

Drop in for a cup of coffee, or tea, and a friendly chat when you have time and stay for as long as you wish.

Here are a few images of our first coffee club.

Royal Wedding Party at St. Paul’s

Twenty people gathered at St. Paul’s Church in the wee hours of Saturday morning to join in the festivities via TV of the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan. The parish hall was decorated for a wedding reception, cake, favours etc.  The church secretary provided us with a copies of the Order of Service  that was being used at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. We all participated as if we were in the congregation. A fun time was had by all.

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2018 Mother’s Day Concert

What a beautiful day.  Enjoy the photos.  Click on any image to see it larger.

Community Choir Concert

Some images from Saturday’s Community Choir Concert.

2018 Spring Thaw

SPRING THAW 2018 – Dinner and Auctions  APRIL 7, 2018

It was a fantastic evening!!  A capacity crowd gathered in the Parish hall to enjoy an evening of delicious food, humour and the antics of “Loonie auction craziness”

My thanks to all – So many enthusiastic individuals are needed to make such a successful evening!

Let me begin by sending kudos to

  • the donors of the many items in the auctions.  You have been very generous
  • to Linda Todd and her committee of Patti Fisher and Gina Coleman for developing and overseeing the auctions.
  • Our Master of Ceremonies, Don Brohm and
  • Our auctioneer, Michael Green.  Don and Michael together provided comic relief with their energetic and humerous styles.  They are a dynamic duo !
  • Chef extraordinaire, Edna Smith, and the wait staff of happy volunteers, provided by Betty Drummond catered another delicious dinner that was enjoyed by all
  • To Paul Davies, our wine steward
  • the group of energetic men and women (Eileen and Paul Davies, Pam Todhunter, Shirley Williams, Harold Brown and Bev Baxter who moved and set tables, stuffed glasses and washed linens
  • to Valerie for ticket design and her many timely suggestions

Of course, a success results by the support of all who attended and joined in the fun!

The evening was a financial success.  A Huge thanks to all ~ Barb Truax

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Grilled cheese sandwiches for Queen Vic

St. Paul’s has partnered with Cambridge St. United Church to provide a Friday meal for children at Queen Victoria Public School.  Doreen Sinclair from Cambridge St. provided the bread and cheese, St. Paul’s grills and packed up the sandwiches .

Today 170 sandwiches were delivered . This pilot program will continue till the end of June, with the hope to continue in the fall.