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Coming up in May/June issue of The Trinitarian

Apr 29, 2013


Read about a new parish for the ACC in the next issue of The Trinitarian

  • The Church of the Holy Trinity and St. Jude in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada  is fully back in business, almost a year after a flash flood virtually destroyed its basement.
  • What would you if you were a priest with a baptism coming up but no font? If you were the Rev. Michael Clothier, priest-in-charge of St. Benedict, South Molton, Devon, England, you would build one yourself. And that’s exactly what he did.
  • The new home of the Canterbury Church Shop is steeped in history going all the way back to the time when England was part of the Roman Empire. The Church Shop, a limited-liability company affiliated with the Diocese of the United Kingdom, recently signed a lease on historic Conquest House at 17 Palace Street in Canterbury. The shop is expected to relocate from its original quarters in Orange Street during May. Joining the shop in June, after necessary work has been completed under the direction of an architect, a Christian tearoom/café, to be called the Pilgrims’ Refectory.
  • St. Mark’s, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada needed room to expand. David and Karen Beales were seeking a new location for their ballet school. Now both the parish and the ballet school share quarters in historic St. Saviour’s Church, built in 1891 and Victoria’s oldest Anglican church on its original site.
  • Passion Sunday this year was very special for the people of St. Francis of Assisi, Gainesville, Georgia, U.S.A. On that day the parish celebrated the liturgy for the first time in its new home, a 60-year-old ranch-style house that through the labor of parishioners has been transformed into a beautiful church building.
  • The Rev. Jeffrey Garth Edmunds of St. Luke’s, Fredericksburg, Virginia, U.S.A. recounts his three-week pilgrimage across the Pyrenees to the Shrine of St. James in northwestern Spain.

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