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H6 THE OTTAWA CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1989 Religion Peaceful opposition to annual arms sale mounting T he largest weapons exhibition and sale ever held in Canada will take place in Ottawa at Lansdowne Park May 23-25. It is called ARMX89. Peaceful people are concerned about the lack of information available to the general public about this government-sponsored event. They are forming coalitions to protest Canada's involvement in the international arms trade. An article in the Catholic New Times of March 5 from Toronto, written by Matthew Behrens, raises the question that human rights violators from countries around the world may be coming here to purchase arms. They make this claim because Baxter Publishing, organizing the arms sale under a federal government contract, will not release the list of those invited, saying only that 20,000 invitations have been issued to the "major players of the Western Christians have right to lobby too, says MP By Bob Harvey Citizen staff writer Jake Epp is well aware that many people have a sneaking fear that "this white-haired man from Steinbach, Man., is trying to impose his values on others." But "no Christian in government can impose his values on the country. You can't get legislation without society demanding it;" says the federal minister of energy, mines and resources. Epp is perhaps the country's highest-profile evan-ppliral Protes tant, but says fcPP that abortion High profile is the only issue in government that he's ever argued on the basis of his own values. He says he argued against abortion in cabinet, caucus and Parliament and believes that Canada would have a pro-choice abortion law today if pro-lifers in the Conservative government caucus hadn't argued their case. LHe believes "there are certain moral imperatives to which man is subject, and preservation of life is one of them." On other positions that he pushed for in his former job as minister of health and welfare, such as the legislation to restrict beer and tobacco ads, Epp says simply "the time was right" and society as a whole was ready to make changes. "I've never used the argument that the body is the temple of God. That's not a valid point from the public point of view." Epp says he argued those cases simply on factual health grounds. "I don't believe anyone in public or private life operates in a moral vacuum. The people who criticize me don't come from a moral vacuum, either," he says. The leaders of history all had values which helped them in making decisions, but few object to non-Christians like Mahatma Gandhi acting on their values, says Epp. Epp belongs to a small non-denominational church in Steinbach, but says that because he's away from home 300 days a year, he's often unable to attend church. He does meet weekly with other Christian MPs for Bible study, but laughs at the suggestion that the group has ambitions to become a kind of "Moral Majority North." He says simply "That's not in the Canadian tradition." But Christians have a right to lobby for legislation that's impor CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 288 Metcalfe at Gilmour ; Sunday Service 11 a.m. Sunday School 11 a m. Testimony Meeting 8 p m Wednesday Nursery Accommodation k SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 2720 Iris Street I Sunday Service 11:00 a m. ; Sunday School 11:00 a.m. r Testimony Meeting t 8 p m. Wednesday Nursery Accommodation Reading Rooms: I 14 1C Laurier Ave. W 9-5 p.m. Thurs., Fri. to 8.30 p.m. Sundays & Holidays 1-4 p.m. also, in Second Church Edifice Tues. & Fri. 11 a m,-3 p.m., Sat. 2-4 p.m. ROMAN CATHOLIC St. Anthony's R.G ' 427 Booth St. at Gladstone Tel: 236-2304 : MASSES English: Saturday 5 p m. Sunday 9 am. 12:30 S 5 pm Italian: Sun 8, 10. 11:15 a.m. Everybody Welcome St. Joseph's Parish Oblales of Mary Immaculate 151 Laurier Ave, E. I SUNDAY MASSES 9am., 1015 am. 12 noon b Saturday: 5 pm. WeekdJays: 12 noon VI -nZ: I i pfF y -2. I REV. R.G. MacNEIL w Citizen if correspondent '-- world's arms trade." To date 82 local, provincial and national organizations representing a cross-section of concerned people have joined a coalition to protest ARMX89. The long list includes Lawyers for Social Responsibility, Nurses for Social Responsibility, Oxfam Canada, The Student Christian Movement at six universities, veterans against Nuclear Arms, Ottawa Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace of tant to them. "All the other pressure groups do it." And Christians are getting better at influencing government policy on issues like abortion and Sunday shopping, says Epp. He says the government he's a part of often advances positions that he disagrees with, but he's never felt that he's compromised his own values. He says the world hasn't changed dramatically since he first came to Parliament in 1972 as an opposition MP. But he has influenced Christians like Benno Friesen (PC Surrey-White Rock) and John Reimer (PC-Kitchener) to run for office. He has also been able to make a difference in small things like helping retired Canadian missionaries to receive the old-age supplement. And he's been told that his speeches against abortion have persuaded pregnant young women not to get abortions. "There are many forms of influence," he says. "If you're asking me if I've made a difference as an MP, would life have been different . . . There's no doubt in my mind that , a person without Christian values ; could have done as good a job. "But the question is whether in the daily give and take of government or Parliament, what I believe is a legitimate view has been expressed day by day. I believe I have had an influence, often behind closed doors and sometimes just by my reputation. "I see that's where I've made a difference." LUTHERAN St. Peter's Lutheran Corner Sparks and Bay Streets The Rev. Gerald Schaus, interim pastor Organist and Choir Director Danielle Cube 9:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Sunday Worship Services 9:30 a.m. and 1 1:00 a.m. Sunday Church Schools (10:30 a.m. Fellowship period) Everyone Welcome ' All Saints Lutheran Pinecrest at the Queensway The Rev. Irvin Dexel Pastor Organist Elizabeth Spour Choir Director Susan Skinner Liturgical Service and Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Charismatic Service 11:00 a.m. A Bible Centered Fellowship of the Evangelical Lutheran Church In Canada METHODIST Fifth Avenue Free Methodist 1 block west of Bank St. on Fifth Ave. 233-1870 Rev. Christopher B. Walker 9:00 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship "HOLY COMMUNION" Pastor Walker speaking 6:30 p.m. Youth Missions Evening T.M.I. Film "MUD, SWEAT AND TEARS" Audio Loop for the Hearing Impaired All Are Welcome OTTAWA DEAF FELLOWSHIP 9:45 a m Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. Joining with the hearing church Interpretor Pastor Peter Virtue Arlington Woods Free Methodist 225 McClellan Rd. 596-9390 9:30 a m. and 1 1:00 a.m. Missionary Vernon DeMille speaking Evening Service 6 30 p.m. "A VIEW FROM THE PEW" A Christian Drama Presentation Everyone Welcome KANATA FREE METHODIST Sunday School 9:45 Worship Service 11:00 a.m. 79 Leacock Drive Wesleyan Sunnyside Avenue at Grosvenor Pastor: Rev. Ray Erickson Pastoral Assistant: Jody W. Cross 10:30 a.m. Family Worship Service Missionary Emphasis Speaker: Dr. John Patrick, Zaire 7:00 p.m. Evening Praise Service "THE NEXT CHAPTER AFTER THE LAST. Part V" Rev. R Erickson speaking Tuesday 7 p m. Adult Bible Study & Youth Fellowship Listen to the "WSSLEYAN HOUR" CFMO 7 A y SUNDAY West Quebec and the Canadian Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War. One of these organizations, the Alliance for Non-Violent Action, has initiated a campaign to force Baxter Pub-. lishing to reveal who is coming to Canada for the arms sale. Ken Hancock, an ANVA spokesman, said it will base its challenge on Bill C-71, the Crimes Against Humanity bill passed in September, 1987. Some people invited may not be legally eligible to enter Canada. Canadian Defence Quarterly, a Baxter publication, admits that representatives from countries which violate human rights, according to Amnesty International Chile, South Korea and Taiwan were here at ARMX87. Canadian companies represented at this sale also sold military equipment to hu Man's surgical skills By Michael Hirsley Chicago Tribune CHICAGO His two brothers became preachers, and his sister married a preacher. Norval Christy, the self-described black sheep of the family, became a doctor. But Dr. Christy is obviously comfortable with his career choice. He feels he made it the way God wanted. Although he trained in ophthalmology at Harvard University and he used those skills to restore eyesight to more than 100,000 patients, his salary was always five figures, lower half. He has no expensive hobbies. And he and his wife, Dorothy, don't even own a home. That is because, beginning in 1947 with what was supposed to be a six-month assignment to help refugees of the bloody conflict that divided India and Pakistan, the Christys made a 40-year commitment to treat blind people in Pakistan as missionaries with the Presbyterian Church. They raised five children there. "When I was 15, someone told me that anything you happen to have is God's gift to you, and if PRESBYTERIAN St. Giles Bank Street at First Avenue 235-2551 The Rev. Duncan Scott Kennedy " Organist: Mr. Daniel Morel 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Nursery and Church School "REMEMBER THE WORLD" Refreshments follow "Serving the Glebe and Ottawa South Area" All Welcome Knox Church in downtown Ottawa since 1844 Elgin and Lisgar Streets (238-4774) Minister: The Rev. Dr. Donald F. Collier Christian Educator: Elizabeth McCuaig Interim Director of Music: Karen Holmes Pastoral Co-ordinator: Marlene du Charme 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Nursery, Church School classes "DREAM OF THE HOLY CITY" Service to be televised for C.B C. Meeting Place All Welcome St. Stephen's Parkdale at Sherwood Dr. Minister: Rev. R. J. Graham Kennedy, B.A., B.D., Th.M. Organist: David Piper Ph.D., Mus.B., G.R.S.M. A.R.M.C.H. 1 1:00 a m. Divine Worship "THEY SHALL NEVER PERISH" (John 10:22-23) Sunday School, Nursery and infant care Coffee hour and fellowship Where visitors are welcome Erskine 343 Bronson at MacLaren (on Street Parking) The Rev. D. Laurence DeWolfe, Minister Vija Kluchert, Organist EASTER 4 11:00 a.m. Worship, Church School. Nursery "THE LAMB WILL BE THEIR SHEPHERD" Coffee and conversation after the service WELCOME! Wheelchair entrance on MacLaren St. Westminster 470 Roosevelt Ave., South of Richmond Rd. Minister: The Rev. MacArthur Shields. B.A., M A. Organist: Alan Thomas Mus. B. 11:00 a m Anniversary Service Rev. Roy Currie Church School, Nursery Coffee Hour Following Service Loop System for Hearing Impaired , Wheelchair Access ALL WELCOME BAPTIST Bethany Baptist Bilberry Creek (Canadian Baptist Federation) T5aTfio f'Vn 1 ToVl 1366 Baseline Rd. (between Clyde & Merivale) JJaULlbL vi 1U.I Vil ,fr" Serving the greater Orleans area Rev. John R. Torrance " " 7 . , .... j c k , 1 1 00 a m - Worship Service Meeting at Our Lady of Wisdom School "A NEW DAY IN THE MORNING" rn,, c. 9:45 a.m.- Sunday School 1565 st- Georges St. Adult Bible Study and electives Sundays at Nursery. Junior Church 10:00 a.m. ZTT I TT! T A Warm Welcome Awaits You McPhail Memorial baptist church r ourth Avenue 249 Bronson Ave. at Lisgar 1 A 1 U Minister: Rev. David J. Ogilvie BAPTIST CHURCH Minister Emeritus: Dr. F.W. Waters Bank St. at Fourth Ave. Organist: Brenda Beckingham Rev. Terry L. Laing 9 45 a m Sunday School Music Director: Julia Mills B.Mus. 11:00 a m. "THORNS IN THE FLESH" 1 1 00 a.m. Morning Worship Nursery Provided "THE SHEPHERD'S VOICE" A warm welcome awa.ts you .fffl s'er? .-. . All Are Welcome First Baptist Church - - : Laurier Avenue at Elgin Street RrOTTllPV ROO Minister: Rev. Dale R. Soble XJl .Uwl Int. Organist Dennis Punter (Canadian Baptist Federation) 10:00 a.m. Church School One block North and We ol CarlinjMaitlind Inlariaclion Adult Bible Study -,. a ,. 1 1 00 a m. Morning Worship A Sen'r DPas'or: erry AvColt! "SPIRITUAL SOFTWARE" Associate Pastor: George Y. Lockhart Nursery and Story Period for Children. L9:39 IT' . Audio Loop System Church School Enjoy our Fellowship of Worship lJA0AmA"T.2rTSch,lF and Hoscitality WHAT A WATEI Ample Surxfcy Parking Loop Hearing System man rights abusers listed by Amnesty International. In this way Canada is contributing to oppression which creates refugees now being accepted by Canada for humanitarian reasons. This sale to foreign countries has 160 Canadian arms companies exhibiting as well as 100 arms manufacturers from 13 other countries. They include the U.S., China, Israel, France, West Germany and the United Kingdom. The arms sale also comes just after Canada accepted the Nobel Peace Prize jointly with other countries sharing a peace keeping role in troubled locations. Arms sold in Ottawa can menace Canadian peacekeepers abroad. Even though Canada does not have nuclear weapons, companies supplying components for nuclear weapons were well represented at ARMX87 and will you want to obey Him, you have to be willing to give it back," Christy recalled. "My opinion was that my skill as an eye surgeon was available for God's use. When my church wanted to send me overseas, and I knew the need there was great, I went." He was so certain of his calling that he approached his then-fiancee with a no-frills honeymoon ultimatum: "I'm going to Pakistan. What are you going to do?" "I'm going, too," she replied. They went to a town called Ta-xila in northern Pakistan. In a land more than 99 per cent Muslim, he headed and helped train and expand a Christian hospital staff that would attract blind people from as far as 160 kilometres away. Although it is important that those who inquire "understand Christian love, know why we're there," he said, that message must be secondary to the medical treatment. "If you just go and talk to them and don't help them," he said, "they don't believe the message." Christy, who last year received St. Timothy's- 2400 Alta Vista Dr.. 733-0131 Ministry, Rev. Garry Morton -Rev. Wendy Snook Music Director: Cathryn Carter Organist: Richard Frith 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship ALL WELCOME St. Paul's 971 Woodroffe Avenue 729-3384 (Just North of the Queensway) ' Ministers: Rev. J. D. McConaghy, Rev. E. Stevens Youth Director: Mr. David Squires Chaplain to Senior Citizens: Mr. Bryan Hummel 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship "THE GATEWAY TO A BETTER LIFE" Mr. Stevens 9:30 a.m. Sunday School, Nursery to Adult 11:00 a.m. Nursery and Jr. Church 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship "THE MESSAGE OF RUTH Mr. Stevens Wheelchair access by all church entrances Loop Hearing System ALL ARE WELCOME AT ST. PAUL'S Parkwood Chesterton at Meadowlands Rev. Floyd McPhee, M A., M.Div., M P S. 224-8438 225-6648 9:30 a.m. Adult Bible Study 9:30 & 11:00 a.m. Services of Worship "THE LIBERTY OF OBEDIENCE" Sunday School for All Ages, Nursery at Both Services Refreshments and Fellowship A Warm Welcome to All St. Andrew's Kent at Wellington Streets 232-9042 (across from Supreme Court of Canada) James Peter Jones Minister Brian Weatherdon Minister of Outreach J. Clarke Hood Pastoral Visitor Zora Todd Christian Education Anthony E. King Director of Music 9:30 a.m. KERYGMA BIBLE STUDY 9:30 a.m. JUNIOR & HANDBELL CHOIR practice. 9:30 a.m. EARLY SERVICE 11:00 a.m. NURSERY & CHURCH SCHOOL CLASSES The Rev. Brian Weatherdon will preach Coffee & Conversation after each Service. Loop System and Wheelchair Access All are welcome a gift to thousands the Helen Keller International Award for worldwide contributions to alleviate blindness, developed what a public relations firm might call a comprehensive eye-care clinic at Taxila. He calls it an assembly line. After registration and eye ex UNITED Southminster United Bank St. Rideau Canal Pastoral Team REV. JAN CRAIG. REV. S.A. HEWLETT OrganistChoir Director, Sandra Dean 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship "THE CHARACTER TROUBLE PRODUCES" Rev. S. A. Hewlett Audio Loop System Church School for All Ages Welcome means more than a word at Southminster Parkdale United Parkdale and Gladstone Rev. Dr. J.A.O. McKennitt Interim Minister Rev. Ernest Cox Minister of Music 10:30 a.m. Congregational Worship "LIVING TOWARD CHRIST" Dr. McKennitt Loop System for Hearing Impaired and Ramp System for the Disabled See You In Church! McLeod- Stewarton 507 Bank Street (at Argyle) Minister Rev. Cyril Stewart Cook Organist Arnold Earl THE FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship "WHO WILL ROLL AWAY THE STONE?" conducted by the women of the church """"Ntirsry Snd'SuriaaV School " Bible Study, Wednesday 7 to 8 p.m. ALL WELCOME Bell St. United Bell St. & Arlington Ave. Interim Minister: The Rev. M. John Moor, B.A., M. Div. Organist: Mr. Craig Baltzer 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship "THE GREATEST POWER" The Rev. Cal & Mrs. Alice Chambers, Guest speakers Sunday School for All Depts. and Nursery Audio Loop System Wheelchair Access St. Paul's Eastern corner of Cumberland & Daly (Sandy Hill) Minister: Rev. Dermot C. Arscott Organist: Janette Winter, ARCT 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship "A LOADED QUESTION" Sunday School and Nursery Care All Welcome Carleton Memorial United Church . Melfa at Prince of Wales Minister: Rev. A. J. MacDonald, B.A. 10:30 a m. Worship Service Sunday School and Nursery Care Everyone Welcome Saint Marc Eglise Unie Protestante Franpaise 325, rue Elgin Pasteur: Jacques de Reland, L.Th. Culte tous les dimanches a 11h Bienvenue a tous ANGLICAN Christ Church Cathedral SPARKS ST. NEAR BRONSON FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER 8:30 a.m. HOLY COMMUNION 10:30 a.m. CHORAL EUCHARIST AND CONFIRMATION The Rt. Rev. John A. Baycroft, Suffragan Bishop 4:30 p.m. EVENSONG DAILY SERVICES: 9:00 a.m., 12:05 Noon, 5:00 p.m., Wed. 10:30 a.m.. Thurs. 7:15 a.m. The Right Rev. Edwin Lackey -Bishop of Ottawa The Very Rev. Walter Asbil -Dean of Ottawa Frances Macdonnell, B.A., F R CO., Organist and Choir Director Cathedral Office- 236-9149 Wheelchair entrance 439A Queen Street "Loop" System for the Hard of hearing St. Barnabas, A. & M. Kent St. at James Traditional Anglo-Catholic Worship THE FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER 8:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist (B CP.) Guest Celebrant and Preacher: Fr. William Watson 10:30 a.m. SOLEMN HIGH MASS and SERMON Guest Preacher: Fr. William Watson 7:00 p.m. SOLEMN EVENSONG and BENEDICTION of THE BLESSED SACRAMENT Guest Preacher: Fr. Douglas Hayman Music by: Bach. Willian, Tallis, Turle Stanford, Harris, Davies, Leighton WEEKDAY MASSES Tues. 10 a m., Thurs. 12 15 p.m. (Contemporary) Fri. 7:15 a.m. and 5:15 p m. (in French) Sat. 9 30 a m. Confessions: Sat 10:00 a m. The Reverend Canon James A. Winters, Rector The Reverend Father Harold E. Bridges Organist & Choirmaster: Wesley R. Warren. M Mus., F R CO. (Chm), A.R.C.T probably be here again. Serious-minded people are struck by the inconsistency of Canada not accepting nuclear weapons but selling components to other countries. Nuclear devastation knows no frontiers. On Saturday, May 6, protesters against ARMX89 will "Walk Around The World for Peace," beginning at 10.30 a.m. at Elgin and Lewis Streets and hear Philip Berrigan, an outspoken anti-war activist, at Saint-Paul University at 7.30 p.m. Protest activities will include a public inquiry at Saint-aul's on May 20 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Peace activists will rally at Confederation Park and hold a people's dinner outside the location of the ARMX89 Gala Dinner on May 22. Information may be obtained from 231-3076. (Father MacNeil is a Catholic priest working in Ottawa.) aminations, surgeries proceed continuously on four operating ta-" bles, with a patient standing ready at each table as the preceding surgery is being finished. All the while, 17 sets of surgical in" struments are recycled through sterilization. Woodroffe 207 Woodroffe Avenue N. Minister: Rev. Robert A. Crooks Assistant Minister: Rev. Robert G. Percival Minister Emeritus: Rev. Ken H. Woodwark C.E. Director: Susann Bodkin Director of Music: Gloria Blain Organist: D. P. Dawson 9:30 a.m. Sunday School classes and " babysitting 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship Sermon: "NO EASY ROAD" Rev. Robert Percival 10:30 a.m. Fellowship and coffee " 11:15 a.m. Morning Worship and C.G.I.T.. Graduation Service Sermon: "VITAL VERBS" Rev. Robert A. Crooks Audio Loop System Wheelchair Access ALL WELCOME Dominion-Chalmers Church- (O'Connor and Cooper Streets) The Rev. Allen D. Churchill, MA. B.D., D.Phil. Director of Music: Mark E. Toews, D M A., A.R.C.T'' 9:30 a.m. Divine Service in the Chapel. (Entrance at the rear of the Church on Cooper St.l . 1 1:00 a.m. Sermon at both morning services, "THE CHALLENGE OF SECULAR HUMANISM" - -Dr. Churchill . Infant Nursery and Church School HZ all ages welcome 7:30 p.m. Evening worship in the Chapel, " "PRACTICALITIES" Dr. Churchill, ' ' AMPLE PARKING You are always welcome at Dominion-Chalmers Loop system for the hearing disabled Wheelchair ramp off Church Parking Lot (O'Connor and Lisgar) MacKay United 257 MacKay Street Serving New Edinburgh, Rockcliffe, , Manor Park, Lindenlea, Vanier and area Minister Rev. J.C. Burke, Ph D Director of Music & Organist: Paul MacMillan 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship "TIME FOR LAUGHTER" ; J. C. Burke I High Horizons Tuesdays 10 a.m. Ramp Equipped. Audio Loop System A Warm Welcome to All Westboro Churchill Avenue at Ravenhill REVEREND JAMES SOMERVILLE Organist & Choirmaster: William Loveless 10:00 a.m.- Morning Worship "THAT SINKING FEELING" Sunday School Classes and Nursery " 7:00 p.m. -Evening Service "ANGER Ramp and Lifts for handicapped at Chapel Door Audio Loop System for Hearing Impaired Glebe:St. James United Church " FIRST AT LYON Z-l Minister: Rev. Jean Barkley Ministry of Music Frances Macphail """ 9:30 a.m. New Ventures in Celebration' An informal service of worship and music-' for all ages 11:00 a.m. Worship in the Sanctuary, ' "SURE AND STEADY HOPE" 11:15 a.m. Christian Development Program Nursery and toddler care are provided - " All Welcome St. Stephen's 930 Watson Street 828-2472 (one block west of Pinecrest north of QueenswayK EASTER 3 8:00 a m Holy Communion 10:00 a m. Eucharist and Church School Wednesday 10 a.m. Holy Communion Rector: Canon L. K. McKeown Pastoral Asst. Sister Mary Florence Liew , ,.n Hon. Assts: The Rev'd. H.C. Vaughan and The Rev'd. R. Andrews Access for the disabled Audio loop for the hearing impaired. St. Alban's : (CAMPUS MINISTRY U of 0 Daly at King Edward 235-0596 Serving Sandy Hill and Lowertown Welcome , TODAY ' " Saturday, April 15, 7:30 p.m. Restoration Campaign concert - : "Songs of the Renaissance" presented by: Vox Humana ' "Your sorrow shall be turned into joy" THIRD SUNDAY AFTER EASTER 8:30 a.m. Holy Communion 10.30 a.m. Choral Eucharist 7:00 p.m. Evensong led by Parish Youth Next Sunday, April 23, 4:30 p.m. Choral Evensong Choir-in-Restdence REGENERATION Preparing for the 21st Century Historic Restoration Campaign now in progress St. John's ELGIN AND SOMERSET The Ven. T. Allen Box The Rev. Desiree Stedman Hon. Asst.: Michael Hicks Gordon Johnston, Organist EASTER 4 8 00 a m Holy Eucharist 9.30 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Church School & Nursery Sermon: The Rev. David Bewley .,j 1 1:1b a m Holy Eucharist Sermon: The Rev. David Bewley Weekday Eucharists 7 30 pm. Tuesday, 716am. Wednesday. 10 00 a m Thursday & 2 p.m. Fellowship Ramc entrance off Elgin St A F Loop bfystem for hearing impaired

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