Page 19 - PC_Fall2020
P. 19
FALL 2020
    Members of Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church in Richmond Hill, Ont.—Joan Ambrose (a member of the Mary and Martha Guild) and Nancy and Herman Vanderlaag—are pictured modelling masks made by Marlene Marrin on be- half of the Mary and Martha Guild. TOP PHOTO CREDIT: MARLENE MARRIN.
The Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa have a connection with St. Giles Presbyterian Church in Ottawa, Ont., going back to the 1930s. Each year, they participate in the congregation’s Remembrance Day service. Pictured at the service on November 10, 2019, are Jeffery Hill, President of the Regimental Association, RSM Drummond Robertson, LCol (Ret’d), the Rev. William MacLellan, worship leader, CO, LCol Gord Scharf, Don Tate (St. Giles elder) and the Hon. Col. Dan MacKay.
   While the congregation has been gathering in cyberspace, the Rev. Gwen Ament of St. Marys Presbyterian Church in St. Marys, Ont., wanted a tangible way to see every- one. She printed people’s names on various types of Popsicle sticks, including people who are new to the church through online worship. Then, she sent them to the Sunday School youth to colour. Pictured here is the finished creation, which is being mounted over a blue background for everyone to enjoy when they come together. It was an act that really touched people’s hearts, the people of God.
Elmvale Presbyterian Church in Elmvale, Ont., was pleased to recognize two students from the congregation with a drive-by cake festivity to celebrate completing Grade 8 in this most unusual year. Grads Isabella (pictured with her mother, Angela) and Keegan will be entering secondary school in the fall in whatever form that takes. Congratulations to them both from their church family!

   17   18   19   20   21