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Knox, Georgetown, Ont.

Knox topped their 150th year with a gala dinner, which was enjoyed by the members, government and church representatives, and past ministers. Here, Bill Karn, clerk of session for Limehouse Church, presents Steve McNamara, clerk of session at Knox, with a framed copy of the original session minutes of Nov. 1861, at which time the two churches agreed to join forces as a two-point charge. Since then they have worked well together, sharing ministers down through 150 years. Knox and Limehouse are still both busy and vibrant churches, and they expect to celebrate their 200th anniversaries still working well together.

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Title Annotation:People&Places; Ontario, Canada
Publication:Presbyterian Record
Geographic Code:1CANA
Date:Dec 1, 2010
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