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Easter 2013


Easter Sunday Morning - 2013
Easter Morning dawned clear and cold and beautiful as ice floated by and geese were heading north overhead. About a dozen of us gathered for this year's Sunrise Service at the lake. Scott led a quiet and thoughtful service of readings, hymns, and reflection.
Easter Sunday Morning - 2013


Easter Sunday Morning - 2013 Easter Sunday Morning - 2013

The troops were welcomed back by the Rodd family
who provided us with a lovely breakfast of fresh fruit, Hot Cross Buns and coffee.
Thank you Linda, Roy, Elizabeth and Caroline!


The Easter Service brought us a lovely surprise -
namely Rolanda Taylor (now the Reverend Rolanda Taylor) who was visiting her mother Victoria for Easter.
Rolanda helped Scott with the communion service and later brought us her news from Saskatchewan.
She and Victoria stayed for the coffee hour and visited with all.
What a delight to see the two of them.
Rolanda and Scott


To help make this Easter special, the choir
- diminished in numbers - but not in spirit,
treated us all to a wonderful introit AND anthem.
They are seen here in practice before the service.
To the right are links to each of their Easter offerings.
Choir Practice
Arise and Sing
by Dave & Jean Perry
Alleluia
W. A. Mozart
Arranged byLiebergen

                                                                                        


The flowers this Easter were placed In Loving Memory of
Nancy & Huntly Bourne from the family
Regina Torres from the Torres family
Helen Haggarty from Mary & Lewis Guynan
Raymond Golden from all the Goldens
Esther & Bill Anderson from Dayle, Marilyn & Bill and their families
Joyce McIntyre, a great neighbor, from Nancy Harvey
Nanny, Dad and Granny Cole from the McKenzie family
And In Thanksgiving For our loving family, from Dale & Frank Romagosa
An with Thanks to the Mumbo Jumbos & friends for all their help from Marion

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