An archival Valentine’s Day poem

Posted by on Feb 11, 2014 in Archives Committee, Featured Congregations | Comments Off on An archival Valentine’s Day poem

An archival Valentine’s Day poem

Ok, so maybe it’s not the happiest Valentine’s Day poem out there but there is no denying it’s kinda romantic and it does include the word love a couple times. Plus, every good Valentine’s Day poem should include a reference to the harp, right? We can’t be too picky either because poetry, let alone love […]

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Sample of Session 1 Lent Small Group Study

Posted by on Feb 8, 2014 in Christian Life & Growth | Comments Off on Sample of Session 1 Lent Small Group Study

Lent 2013 Small Group Study Gifts of Celtic Christianity Leaders: Ivan Gregan & Janice MacLean   You can now register for the Lent Small Group Study: Gifts of Celtic Spirituality Here is a sample of the study:  Lent 2014 Session 1 Hearth: Gather Us In (Leader’s Page) To learn more about the Lent 2014 Small […]

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See Saw Your Pretty Little Taw

Posted by on Feb 4, 2014 in Archives Committee, Featured Congregations | Comments Off on See Saw Your Pretty Little Taw

See Saw Your Pretty Little Taw

As I was going through some records the other day I stumbled across this little gem. I know square dancing is not as popular as it used to be but there are at least three reasons why you should give it a chance: 1) It seems like a lot of fun 2) The outfits are […]

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Samuel J. Wilson

Posted by on Jan 28, 2014 in Archives Committee, Featured Congregations | Comments Off on Samuel J. Wilson

Samuel J. Wilson

Many of the records at the Maritime Conference Archives are minutes from various church bodies. These minutes certainly tell us a lot about the work and activity of a church but it’s hard to find out more about the people themselves. Every once in a while, however, we are able to come across records that […]

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Food Bank carries on tradition of service

Posted by on Jan 21, 2014 in Newsletters, Stewardship | Comments Off on Food Bank carries on tradition of service

Food Bank carries on tradition of service

St. Paul’s Family Resource Institute is just one of the ministries in Maritime Conference supported by your Mission and Service donations.  Here is a recent article about their work.     FOOD BANK CARRIES ON TRADITION OF SERVICE The food bank at St. Paul’s Family Resource Institute in Halifax is carrying on a long tradition […]

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Tales from the Pepper Box: Your Daily Reminders

Posted by on Jan 21, 2014 in Archives Committee, Featured Congregations | Comments Off on Tales from the Pepper Box: Your Daily Reminders

Tales from the Pepper Box: Your Daily Reminders

The benefits of an apple-based diet, lost articles and events that are not to be missed. The Pepper Box Classifieds has it all.  

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Suggested Resources for Lent from AVEL

Posted by on Jan 17, 2014 in AVEL | 2 comments

AVEL VIDEOS FOR YOUR LENTEN STUDIES CLICK HERE TO LOOK AT SUGGESTIONS FOR LENT:  AVEL Lent Revised 2014 Please click on the link above to browse some of the resources available in AVEL which may be of interest in your Lent planning.   The file opens as a WORD document and may be opened and […]

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Lent Email Retreat

Posted by on Jan 15, 2014 in Christian Life & Growth, On-line Retreats | Comments Off on Lent Email Retreat

Lent Email Retreat

Lent Email Retreat – Soul Songs: Praying the Psalms A six- week personal retreat written by Janice MacLean, Minister for Christian Nurture & Enrichment  Register Now. See Registration Form Below ” I have  a life-long relationship with the Psalms. I’ve always loved them. Sometimes I want to love them more as I struggled with language and images. […]

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Lent Study

Posted by on Jan 15, 2014 in Christian Life & Growth, On-line Retreats | Comments Off on Lent Study

Lent Study

Lent Small Group Study: Gifts of Celtic Christianity Leaders: Ivan Gregan & Janice MacLean  Register NOW   Session 1: The Hearth:Gather Us In Session 2: High Crosses: Touchstones for an Engaged Spirituality Session 3: The Salmon of the Three Wells: Encircling Presence Session 4: A Infinite Weave: A Celtic Sense of Time Session 5: The Place […]

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A Brief History of the LaHave-New Dublin Pastoral Charge

Posted by on Jan 14, 2014 in Archives Committee, Featured Congregations | Comments Off on A Brief History of the LaHave-New Dublin Pastoral Charge

A Brief History of the LaHave-New Dublin Pastoral Charge

The LaHave River area has witnessed the construction of many places of worship over the past two centuries. A Union Church was erected at Rose Bay in 1847 by the Lutherans and Presbyterians in the area, and in May 1890, the new St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church was dedicated at Rose Bay. The Lutherans bought the […]

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