Blasts from the past – memories from the archives

Children gather for devotions at Camp Artaban. Date unknown.
 on March 13, 2019

For 64 years, the Niagara Anglican has been a meeting place where parishes, groups and the diocese can share the good news of God’s church.

We have selected five examples from our archives to illustrate significant happenings or milestones in the life of Niagara Diocese.

You may know more about these events than we do, so share any details you may have which can bring the past more fully alive for our readers. We would love to hear from you.

All photos from Niagara Anglican Archives.

Relaxing and enjoying a card game at the Anglican Church Women’s educational conference. Date unknown.
About 200 members of the Church Boys League from across Niagara diocese attended a worship service at Christ’s Church Cathedral Hamilton on November 28, 1965, with Dean H.R. Bagnell participating. Joining him were banjoist the Reverend David Blackwood, with guitarists Ann Christmas and Jane Christmas (sisters) from St. Luke’s parish (which St. Luke’s?) led the singing, including the hymn The Lord’s My Shepherd to the tune of The Happy Wanderer.
Sod turning for St. David’s parish hall in Welland — April 12, 1964
“We will remember them” — war memorial, St. James Fergus. Date unknown.
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Children gather for devotions at Camp Artaban. Date unknown.
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