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KNOX, ST. THOMAS, ONT.
Singers from 18 churches--Presbyterian, Baptist. United, Anglican, Pentecostal and Christian Reformed--joined together for the 'With One Voice' concert on April 10. The event honoured Wayne Carroll, who has served as Knox's organist and director of music for 40 years. In addition to the mass choir, the concert featured Jonathan Oldengarm (director of music at the Church of St. Andrew and St. Paul, Montreal) on Knox's pipe organ, a brass ensemble, and a bagpiper.
CRIEFF HILLS COMMUNITY, PUSLINCH, ONT.
Stephen Roche has served faithfully as the denomination's chief financial officer for 13 years. So in good Presbyterian fashion, at their spring meeting the members of Assembly Council celebrated Roche's upcoming retirement with cake. "The Presbyterian Church in Canada has much to be thankful for in the ministry of Stephen Roche, and we wish him and his family God's blessing in what we know will be an active retirement," concludes a minute of appreciation the Assembly Council will place before the General Assembly in June.
ST ANDREW'S, BRAMPTON, ONT.
After six weeks of preparatory classes and working with individual mentors, eight young people joined the congregation of St. Andrew's by making professions of faith on Easter Sunday. Pictured are Marcus Parnell, Mekhi Parnell, Leon Chibaya, Simpson Ross, Jason Sooklall, Rev. Rebekah Mitchell, Kaitlin Shepherd, Christian Shepherd, Kyle Nicol and Rev. Geoff Ross.
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|Title Annotation:||Final Thoughts|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Jun 1, 2016|
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