Last updated April 8, 2014

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Welcome to Christ Anglican Church, Stellarton, Nova Scotia

Christ Church

34 Bridge Avenue, Stellarton, NS

Services at Christ Church:

Sunday at 8:00 am and 11:00 am

Contemporary Services are held once each month at 11:00pm. All are welcome. Please check the "Service Times" link for the date of the next contemporary service.

Wednesday ACPC Evening Said Eucharist at 7:00 pm -until the end of June

Education for Ministry : Christ Church 7:00 on Wednesdays. Please contact Dave Harrison (902-923-2902) if interested.

Divorce Care is held at Christ Church every Thursday evening at 7:00pm
call the ACPC Office for more information.
Contact the ACPC Office for more information.
Link to the Divorcecare Website

 

Wardens' Breakfast: Sunday, April 27, 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.



Photographs from the Christ Church Piemaking Fundraiser, November 30, 2013

Photographs from the November 2, Christ Church Anniversary Party

Link to the Diocesan PAR Program (Pre-Authorized Remittance) This is a program which allows for automatic withdrawal of your weekly offering from your bank account. To enroll, download and fill in the form, attach a cancelled cheque and give it to our treasurer or place it on the offering plate.

Newspaper article in the New Glasgow News, January 17, 2012 about the signatures uncovered while we were doing rennovations.


Information regarding Memorial Donations

 

 

Painting the Steeple

A really wet Sunday morning in September.
  Valentine's Day, 2009 Sunday School Cornboil

Wardens' Breakfast Old photographs of Christ Church
 

Christ Church 160th Anniversary Service and Reception. Oct 16th, 2011

Christ Church 160th Anniversary Supper

 

Christ Church 160th Anniversary Fun Night

Annual Christmas Tea and Sale plus Pie Making Photographs

     

Cutting of the cake

Welcoming St Alban's to the Parish of Stellarton/Thorburn

 

What is Stewardship?

Faithful God - Faithful Steward

Stewardship is giving out of our Faith. In this context, Stewardship is not about responding to material need, it is giving out of gratitude to God. Take time to reflect on our "church". Not what you have done for the church, but what the church community has done for you. Stewardship is a theology of generosity, compassion and kindness, grounded by a trust in God who is faithful, loving and giving.
(Contributed by Faye Glenen, author unknown.)

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