Barrington Pastoral Charge

Posted by on Sep 24, 2013 in Archives Committee, Featured Congregations | Comments Off on Barrington Pastoral Charge

Barrington Pastoral Charge

Barrington Pastoral Charge consists of the appointments of Baccaro (Wesley), Barrington (Wesley), and Barrington Passage (St. James). All of these appointments are located in Shelburne County, Nova Scotia. The first settlers in the area after the expulsion of the Acadians were from New England and were Congregationalists. Construction on a Congregationalist church building started in […]

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Reflections: A Video Blog

Posted by on Sep 23, 2013 in AVEL, Blogs | Comments Off on Reflections: A Video Blog

Reflections: A Video Blog

REFLECTIONS … is  a weekly blog featuring the people of Maritime Conference.  

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Reflections: A Video Blog

Posted by on Sep 18, 2013 in AVEL, Blogs | Comments Off on Reflections: A Video Blog

Reflections: A Video Blog

REFLECTIONS … is  a weekly blog featuring the people of Maritime Conference.

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Archives Recipe of the Month

Posted by on Sep 17, 2013 in Archives Committee, Featured Congregations | Comments Off on Archives Recipe of the Month

Archives Recipe of the Month

Ok, I’ve held off for long enough. It’s time to indulge our sweet tooth (teeth?)! The Ladies Aid Society of Hampton Methodist Church put out a lovely cookbook in 1899 which happened to include an extensive section devoted to all things sugary. Believe me, baking one of these delectable desserts will make you the most […]

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Where Our Treasure Is

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Where Our Treasure Is Detailed overview of  issues relating to gold mining in Guatemala and the United Church Pension investment.  Prepared by the Mining the Connections Working Group of the Church in Action Committee of Maritime Conference.

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A Small Congregation Shares Their “Good Idea”

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A Small Congregation Shares Their “Good Idea”

Recently a cheque  arrived from St. Andrew’s Kirk, a congregation on the Andrew Donald Pastoral  Charge in Saint John Presbytery.  It came with a story and a prayer! The Rev. Karen MacNeill explains: “This spring, our congregation invited people to make a donation to the Conference Centre in memory of Rev. Doug Woods. Doug was […]

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Reflections: A Video Blog

Posted by on Sep 11, 2013 in AVEL, Blogs, Reflections Video Blog | Comments Off on Reflections: A Video Blog

Reflections: A Video Blog

REFLECTIONS … is  a weekly blog featuring the people of Maritime Conference.  

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Financial Support for Children & Youth Ministry

Posted by on Sep 11, 2013 in Christian Life & Growth, Notices | Comments Off on Financial Support for Children & Youth Ministry

Financial Support for Children & Youth Ministry

Are you a Sunday School teacher or Youth Ministry leader? Are you Ministry Personnel wanting to deepen your involvement and understanding of children’s ministry or learn how to strengthen youth ministry? The Maritime Conference Christian Life & Growth Committee invites you to look at your calendar and consider these two programs offered by Tatamagouche Centre: […]

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Margaree Pastoral Charge

Posted by on Sep 10, 2013 in Archives Committee, Featured Congregations | 2 comments

Margaree Pastoral Charge

Margaree Pastoral Charge is located in Inverness County on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia and contains three preaching points: Big Intervale, Margaree Harbour (Calvin United Church), and North East Margaree (Wilson United Church). The Margaree Congregational Church was organized in 1822 in the home of Irad and Armenia Hart. Their son, Josiah Hart, served as […]

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Reflections – Meggin King

Posted by on Sep 4, 2013 in AVEL, Blogs, Reflections Video Blog | Comments Off on Reflections – Meggin King

Reflections – Meggin King

Video Blog This week we introduce a new series featuring brief reflections on life, leadership and ministry in the Maritime Conference.  We begin with words from Rev. Meggin King, now President of Maritime Conference. She reflects on what sustains her in her ministry. (This was recorded at the April Executive meeting.) You might also want […]

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