In amongst the gloom of the pandemic and isolation, Wendy & Doug Hamilton are thrilled to share the news that they have another grandchild, Arthur Kit Hamilton Jordan, born on May 4th, to their daughter Jessica and husband Chris in the Okanagan BC. All are doing well.
Sorry to have to share the news that Jim Thompson, loving husband of Marilyn Thompson, died in Shelburne from a heart attack on Thursday April 1st. Jim & Marilyn had been loyal Church members at All Saints up to a few months ago when they moved to Shelburne.
Marilyn can be contacted by phone and for her number, please contact Beth Hopkins at firstname.lastname@example.org . Alternatively Marilyn’s address is Unit 211, 250 Robert St, Shelburne, Ontario, L9C 3P9.
There will be a private cremation and a Celebration of Life when gatherings are again permitted.
As a result of the Covid 17 pandemic. the Bishop of Niagara, Susan Bell, has directed that all Anglican church services and events shall be cancelled until further notice. Please follow Whats On for details.
Bishop of Niagara honours Erin All Saints Anglican church member.
October 6th. Susan, Bishop of Niagara honoured All Saints Anglican Church by admitting Doug Hamilton to the Order of Niagara. Bishop Susan recognised Doug’s special work in starting and leading the Families Ministry (Family Service and Messy Church) with a super team of volunteers. He also developed outreach through marketing (including this web site) and helping build active relationships with community groups.
All Saints hosts goodwill visit from Erin Islamic Cutural Centre
September 29th. All Saints welcomed new neighbours in Erin, the Imam and members of the Islamic Cultural Centre. In the interests of peaceful coexistence between faiths, we learned something about our respective religions, common ground and differences. Over coffee and cake, the Imam answered questions, some very tough, with good humour and respect. A very worthwhile experience.
Do you enjoy singing in the shower?
If you do you would really enjoy singing with us, not in the shower but at All Saints Church. We are a group of nine (both young and old), who are hoping to grow to twelve with your help. We have a lot of fun and at the same time produce some really beautiful sounds.
We have a wonderful, understanding choir director who not only teaches us but encourages us. He also plays the piano and the organ for us.
So come and give us a try. You’ll be glad you did.
You know what they say “if Sask can sing in the choir then anyone can.”
Contact “Sask” Wilford at 519-855-6268 or email@example.com