Offering Spiritual Support

Spiritual Support

As the Covid-19 situation continues to develop, we’ll publish as best we can to provide both our church family and the community with support. It’s a scary and isolating time for many of us. Have faith and know that you are not alone. Posted: Monday, May 25th, 2020 A video...

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Celebrating the Arts at St. Paul’s

St. Paul's celebrates the arts

A wine and cheese evening celebrating the artistic talents of the members of St. Paul’s.  There will be displays of paintings, photographs, special collections, and an opportunity to peek inside the world of world-class cat judging!  We will be invited into the church to listen to a poet read some...

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Danielle Knibbe in Concert

Danielle Knibbe will be performing a concert at St. Paul’s, Newmarket on Saturday, October 26th at 7:30 p.m.  Tickets are only $20.00 and will be available at the door, or in advance by calling the church office at 905-853-7285. Blending folk, roots, and country sensibilities, Danielle Knibbe’s songs win, and...

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Protect Our Environment – We Can’t Eat Money

Indian Cree Prophesy

Last Saturday, I went out with my daughter and her daughter for a little mall shopping and lunch. As we poked around the many stores I spotted a banner that was wonderful and we all looked at it and remarked how the presentation cleverly delivered an important message. Later at...

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Black History Month Feature – Anderson Abbott

Anderson Abbott belonged to the first generation of his affluent, free family to be born in Toronto. His parents had to leave Alabama abruptly for their own safety, and after briefly settling in New York, they chose Toronto as their home. Due to his family’s involvements and wealth—they owned almost...

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Black History Month Feature – Mary Ann Shadd

Born to free parents in Wilmington, Delaware, Mary Ann Shadd was the eldest of 13 children. She was educated by Quakers and later taught throughout the northeastern states. Following in the footsteps of her activist parents, who were part of the Underground Railroad, Shadd pursued the path taken by those...

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