Notices & Events

Worship Services during modified Phase 5 continue with limited capacity due to the COVID restrictions of the NS Government. We have added singing, are wearing our masks and social distancing. Please contact Jean Stutt by Thursday morning to reserve your seat for either the Sunday 8:30 am or the 10:30 am service or contact the Parish at

Wednesday evening services do not require registration.

Beacon House Food Bank: The need is always there for donations. To view a list of the top 10 donations needed for November, click

***Beacon House Christmas Baskets: We are asked to supply 50 boxes of stove top stuffing for Beacon House Christmas baskets. Watch the flyers – stove top stuffing may be on sale.

Beacon House is very short of volunteers in the food bank. They need people to prep the bank starting at 8 am. They are needed especially for Tues. and Wed. morning. As well, they are looking for some people with strong backs to help as there is some lifting involved. Call the food bank 902 864-3025 and leave your name and # if you can help.

Mission to Seafarers Christmas Shoe Box Campaign – It’s time to start thinking about Christmas Shoe Boxes. Each year, our Parish supports the Mission by donating shoe boxes with donated contents. For 2021: Hat, scarf, gloves or mitts, socks, wrapped hard candy (no chocolate), soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, shampoo, shaving foam, razors, deodorant, lip balm, playing cards, mementos of NS, PEI or Canada. Completed boxes or individual items to fill the boxes are appreciated.

We are collecting prescription, clear pill bottles with tops. Remember to remove your prescription labels from the bottle. Sorry, we cannot take vitamin bottles. Leave them with Lois Whynot or Sheila King.

PWRDF Christmas Cards: The sample Christmas cards from PWRDF have arrived. Sue Heenan can show them to you. The suggested donation is $10 per box. If you have questions, ask Sue Heenan.

Epiphany Gifts Outreach: We are collecting hats, mitts/gloves, scarves and socks for those in our community who need them. We will start on January 9th and will collect during the whole season of Epiphany.

The Fort Sackville Region has a Facebook Page for sharing upcoming events and special services.

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