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FALL 2020
Trinity Presbyterian Church in Grenfell, Sask., and the town of Grenfell, honoured their Grade 12 graduates in unique ways. Members of the congregation made quilts for each of the graduates from Trinity PC, and the town put up each graduate’s picture on a banner along Main Street. Pictured here is Randy Peterson being presented with his quilt by elder Sharon Lowenberg.
Worship at Wasaga Beach Community Presbyterian Church in Wasaga Beach, Ont., moved online. Pictured above are some “behind the scenes” glimpses at how each service is produced. Special thanks go out to Heather Doner, Ruth Currie and Dave Williams for their faithful service every week!
St. James Presbyterian Church in Stouffville, Ont., recently hosted an after-church coffee hour online. It wasn’t quite the same as meeting in our cozy Morris Hall, but there was plenty of laughing, love and catching up. Like many other congregations, St. James’ committees have been meeting online. Worship services have been recorded weekly and uploaded to YouTube on Sundays.
         Place of Hope Indigenous Presbyterian Church in Winnipeg, Man., led a berry picking excursion. The first-time congregation members have been together since the pan- demic started. Place of Hope Indigenous Presbyterian Church gives special thanks to the First Presbyterian Church St. James Legacy Fund for providing the funds for trans- portation and the berries.

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