Gifts Warm Masstown Church Hearts

Posted by on Dec 3, 2013 in Newsletters | 0 comments

GIFTS WARM MASSTOWN CHURCH HEARTS by Ron Urguhart Gifts received from a former church family are warming the hearts of folks at Masstown United Church. Earlier in the year the congregation received a package from the grandson of the late Nettie (Vance) Bowser, a member in good standing of Masstown United Church, formerly a Presbyterian […]

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Freedom Renewal Centre Thrives

Posted by on Nov 14, 2013 in Newsletters | 0 comments

Freedom Renewal Centre Thrives It has been said that; “There is a highway to the heart of God.” At the Freedom Renewal Centre, an outreach ministry of St. Luke’s United, Tantallon, NS, this highway is well traveled.  With gratitude and faith in hearts mixed with love toward God and neighbors, Lady Wisdom is building a […]

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Creation Time Worship

Posted by on Nov 4, 2013 in Newsletters, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Creation Time Worship                                            by Rev. Ali Smith    Creation Time began joyfully in Whycocomagh.  A full church sang out “Called by Earth and Sky” while four fabric banners of earth, air fire, and water were carried down the aisle.  This signalled the beginning of the Inverness-Guysborough Presbytery-wide worship service. “We have been doing some […]

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Gospel According to the Earth

Posted by on Nov 2, 2013 in Newsletters | 0 comments

        A Book Review   by Alisa Pothier-Merrett                                                                            of The Gospel According to the Earth by Dr. Matthew Sleeth   HarperCollins   ISPN 978-0-06-173053-5   As Matthew Sleeth’s interest in the environment increased, he began to realize that the health of th eplanet was in jeopardy.  Unsure of how to […]

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Knox United Welcomes Community

Posted by on Oct 28, 2013 in Newsletters | 0 comments

Knox United Block Party   By Alisa Pothier-Merrett       Four hundred people recently attended a free block party at Knox United Church in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia. The event featured a bouncy castle, live music, face painting, a balloon artist, games and more. At the concession there were hamburgers and hot dogs, snow […]

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Berwick Camp Rises Again

Posted by on Oct 23, 2013 in Newsletters | 2 comments

Berwick Camp Rises Again

Berwick Camp Rises Again By Beth Johnston Situated in a grove of hemlock trees in the Annapolis Valley town of Berwick, NS, Berwick Camp has been offering campers a unique experience for 142 years.  As the result of a devastating storm in December of 2010, during which hundreds of massive hemlock trees fell, destroying cabins, […]

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President's message

Posted by on Oct 22, 2013 in Newsletters, President's Blog | 0 comments

President’s Message  It happened again.  I blinked, and the summer passed me by. I hate when that happens. I realize that the calendar declares January to be the start of the new year, but for me, autumn is its real start. And I think there are many people who echo that sentiment.  Anyway, here I […]

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President’s message

Posted by on Oct 22, 2013 in Newsletters, President's Blog | 0 comments

President’s Message  It happened again.  I blinked, and the summer passed me by. I hate when that happens. I realize that the calendar declares January to be the start of the new year, but for me, autumn is its real start. And I think there are many people who echo that sentiment.  Anyway, here I […]

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Summary of 2013 Maritime Conference Annual Meeting

Posted by on May 29, 2013 in 88th Annual Meeting 2013, Newsletters | 0 comments

Hot off the press! This short newsletter is the summary of the 2013 Conference Annual Meeting highlights and decisions.  A big thank you is extended to Norma Mills for doing this piece of work for us. Thank you Norma!

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Lenten Outings

Posted by on Mar 25, 2013 in Blogs, Newsletters | 0 comments

Lenten Outings Shared by Rev. Ali Smith, Forest Hill United Church At Forest Hill United Church, we did something different for the Season of Lent this year.  Typically, we have a four to six week study of some sort during this time period.  But we put that aside to focus on some spiritual practices and […]

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