St. John’s Stewarttown
Just received my June Niagara Anglican.
Thank you for doing such a great job on displaying St. John’s history and anniversary celebrations.
It is more than I could have asked for or imagined!
Barb Mansfield, Stewarttown
I read with interest your recent article about St. Simon’s mission trip to Holy Cross School in San Pedro, Belize (Niagara Anglican, March 2019).
We are parishioners of St. Matthew’s Anglican Church in St. Albert, Alberta and my wife, Heather, was the very first volunteer there, helping to open the school in the fall of 2006.
For many years we supported the School while at Holy Trinity Church in Yellowknife. We had annual working trips there, organized a mission trip in 2006 and fundraised extensively for the food program and advocated for the school. We have since branched out to supporting other Anglican schools in the country.
It is great to see churches in your Diocese reaching out into the Mission field and engaging your youth in promoting Christ’s work.
Rick Leslie, St. Albert, Alberta
Please make a correction in your next edition regarding your article from EDITORS LOOK TO THE FUTURE (page 11) Summer edition:
“Editor Mark Hauser of Ontario’s Dialogue (not Ottawa’s Crosstalk) was elected President of AEA (Anglican Editors Association) …”
Diana Duncan-Fletcher, Carrying Place, Ontario
I know it was months ago, but I’m just catching up on my reading of the paper tonight.
A picture in the “Blasts from the Past” feature has an incorrect name. It’s the Reverend David Blackwood, not Blackwell.
I was not a parishioner of that church, but I attended Canterbury Hills for most of the 70s.