A Snapshot of Happening

Canada Day Church of Nativity
“Wear red to mark the holiday weekend on Sunday, July 2,” was the suggestion made to the congregation of The Church of the Nativity Hamilton. People responded to celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary. Photo: William Pleydon
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Infinitely More led the congregation of St. John’s Jordan in song at their outdoor service on the patio in June, with the Reverend Cathie Crawford Browning. The parish picnic followed the worship. Photo: Brenda Lane
bishops in Kenya
Bishop Michael Bird attended the Consultation of Anglican Bishops in Dialogue, held in Kenya. The annual gathering brings together bishops from Canada, the U.S. and various African countries to build common understanding and respect among parts of the Communion that have been in conflict. Photo: Submitted
Ordination Turner 1
The Reverend Ann Turner was ordained priest on June 25 in Christ’s Church Cathedral Hamilton. She serves as Priest-in-Charge of St. James Fergus Photo: Bill Mous
picnic stoney creek
Members of the Church of Our Saviour The Redeemer Stoney Creek enjoyed a traditional hayride at their annual picnic. The day began with an open air church service followed by a BBQ, fishing contest and games. “There was a bit of rain off and on but it certainly didn’t dampen our spirits,” said Churchwarden Bev Groombridge. Photo: Bev Groombridge
St. Elizabeth's Canada 150 banner
Eleven ACW members of St. Elizabeth’s Burlington wanted to celebrate Canada’s 150th and decided to create a special banner. They chose the Parliament Buildings, a Mountie, along with the provinces and used rich burgundy colours to accent the design of the banner. It was completed and hung in the foyer for July 1, 2017, wrote Communications Coordinator Valerie Tweney. Photo: Debi Clarke