Tuesday, May 29, 2007
Prints on heavyweight acidfree 100% cotton paper have a 1.5 inch border and are available for sale
$40 (11in x 14in) $80 (16 x 20) $120 (20 x 24) $160 (24 x 30) $200 (24 x 36).
Canvas prints cost $100 (11 x 14) $150 (16 x 20) $200 (20 x 24) $250 (24 x 30) $300 (24 x 36).
To order phone: 1-800-919-1115. Payments can be made by cheque, Visa, or Master Card.
Sunday, May 20, 2007
2 services are held each Sunday, one using the Book of Common Prayer the other the Book of Alternative Services. The parish has an active Anglican Church Women group which along with regular activities holds a traditional Christmas Tea and Bazaar. For more than 50 years the church has had a food booth at London's Western Fair held ech September.
Shown on the right is the window in memory of Dr. Henry Hall who died in 1863.
Tuesday, May 15, 2007
Rev’d Canon Dr. John Chapman
Rev’d Canon Dr. John Chapman will be consecrated bishop this week on Ascension Day, May 17, in Christ Church Cathedral, Ottawa. Current Bishop of Ottawa Peter Coffin will retire at the end of July and Bishop-elect Chapman will assume the duties of bishop on Aug 1.
Tuesday, May 08, 2007
St John's ties to the community are reflected in the stained glass windows donated in memory of Walter Bean, the Rumpel-McKellars, the Seagrams and the Bowlbys. Shown is a window in memory of the son of a founding member, Herbert Bowlby, who served as the Surgeon General of the Canadian Army during World War I, and was killed during that war.
The best known outreach project of St. John's today is the Soup Kitchen, which has been in existence for many years. Last year it outgrew its location in St. John's, and moved to the second floor of the St. Vincent de Paul Society building.
The Memorial Scattering Garden was established in 1999, and provides a beautiful environment for the remembrance of loved ones.
Tuesday, May 01, 2007
St John the Evangelist, Strathroy, Ontario
For further information call the church office 519-245-2131, or email stjohns @ bellnet.ca
The regimental colours of the 26th Regiment (Middlesex Light Infantry) were laid up in 1919 and have hung in St. John's ever since. The regimental headquarters were in Strathroy and St. John's was the garrison church.
St. John the Evangelist is in a two-point parish with St. Ann’s Church, Adelaide Village.
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