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From Mammon to Manna: Sabbath Economics and Community Investing

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From Mammon to Manna: Sabbath Economics and Community Investing is a two-disc set (six 30 minute sessions) featuring theologian Ched Myers and investment advisor Andy Loving of Just Money Advisors.  The series is for adult study groups interested in exploring biblical faith and economic practice.

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Meet Runners United for Change

Posted by on Mar 21, 2012 in Stewardship | Comments Off on Meet Runners United for Change

Meet Runners United for Change

Hear the voices of those committed and training for the Bluenose Marathon for M&S! Watch this week’s video: Runners United for Change video1

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Profile: The First President of Conference

Posted by on Mar 15, 2012 in Archives Committee, Featured Congregations | Comments Off on Profile: The First President of Conference

Profile: The First President of Conference

Clarence MacKinnon was born in Hopewell, Pictou County, Nova Scotia on March 11, 1868. His parents were Rev. John and Margaret (Tait) MacKinnon. MacKinnon attended public schools in both Prince Edward Island and Scotland and went on to earn a divinity degree from the University of Edinburgh. After returning to Nova Scotia in 1892, he […]

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For Reading and Discussion: Children & the Church

Posted by on Mar 9, 2012 in Christian Life & Growth | Comments Off on For Reading and Discussion: Children & the Church

Janice Frame, the past chair of the Maritime Conference Christian Life & Growth Committee, presented her AST Grad Project on Children Speak of Their Experience of Church. Read her paper on Children Speak of Their Experiences of Church.

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For Reading and Discussion: Children & the Church

Posted by on Mar 9, 2012 in Christian Life & Growth | Comments Off on For Reading and Discussion: Children & the Church

Janice Frame, the past chair of the Maritime Conference Christian Life & Growth Committee, presented her AST Grad Project on Children Speak of Their Experience of Church. Read her paper on Children Speak of Their Experiences of Church.

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Children Speak of Their Experience of Church – Graduation Project

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Children Speak of Their Experience of Church – Graduation Project by Janice Frame. Of interest to ministers, parents. and faith formation committees.

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What is the Church Called to be Doing Today?

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What is the Church Called to be Doing Today?

Guest Sermon: Rev. Nigel Weaver, Minister at Cornwall United Church, PEI, and Chair of the Maritime Conference Christian Life & Growth Committee Also printed in the March 3, 2012 GUARDIAN, PEI.    Valentine’s Day morning I sat in a circle one of fifteen church-folk from across the Maritimes. As often happens as gatherings like that […]

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Maritime Conference Men

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Information about United Church Men, Past Rallies, Newsletters and Contact List.

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Maritime Conference Camps

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Providing faith formation, fun and community, Maritime Conference Camps host hundreds of children and youth in the summer and provide exciting leadership opportunities for young adults. Promote camps with young people in your area.  Camps Poster 2015

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FROM: Laying the Cornerstone 1914

Posted by on Feb 22, 2012 in Archives Committee, Featured Congregations | Comments Off on FROM: Laying the Cornerstone 1914

FROM:  Laying the Cornerstone 1914

Methodists in Wolfville first worshipped in private residences until a chapel was erected in 1859-1860.  The Methodist Congregation joined the Presbyterian Congregation of Wolfville in 1923 and the Methodist Chapel was sold and dismantled that same year. A Presbyterian Church was built prior to 1840. It was moved to another site in 1885, and burned […]

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