Celebrating Our Heritage: A History of St. James Presbyterian Church, Truro, Nova Scotia.
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The worship committee of St. James Church in Truro, Nova Scotia Truro (2006 population 11,765 ; urban area population 22,777 , conglomeration area population 45,777) is a town in central Nova Scotia, Canada. , has produced a fine 115-page history of the congregation on its 75th anniversary. If the list of ministers who have served the congregation is any indication, this is a congregation with a diverse history. Ministers as different as Ritchie Bell, later to become a professor at The Presbyterian College Presbyterian College is a private liberal arts college in Clinton, South Carolina, USA. Presbyterian College, or PC, is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church USA. PC was founded in 1880 by William Plumer Jacobs, a prominent Presbyterian minister who also founded the nearby , Montreal, to Perry F. Rock-wood, who left in 1947 to establish a radio ministry, served the congregation. The present minister, Clair MacLeod, has served the congregation for 25 years.
Other interesting features of this history include: eight pages of colour photographs of the church's stained glass windows Stained Glass Windows was an early broadcast television program, broadcast on early Sunday evenings on the ABC network. The program was a religious broadcast, hosted by the Reverend Everett Parker.
The program ran from September 26, 1948 until October 16, 1949. , a brief history of early Presbyterian churches in the Truro area and the results of the 1925 vote on Union by local churches that voted overwhelmingly in Favour (only one congregation voted to remain Presbyterian by a single vote).
Sprinkled throughout the narrative are black-and-white photographs from past and present.